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Sky Bet Eurovision Offer | £30 in Free Bets when you place any first bet

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Bet365 Eurovision Offer | Get £30 in Free Bets when you bet £10

Sky Bet Eurovision welcome offer (18+)

Sky Bet are offering new customers £30 in Free Bets on the Eurovision Song Contest when registering and placing any first bet (18+).

Sky Bet Eurovision Offer: Get £30 in Free Bets when you place any first bet

How to claim this offer:

  1. Go to Sky Bet via this special link
  2. Register a new account (Must be 18+)
  3. Deposit and place a qualifying bet of 5p or more
  4. You will be credited with 3 x £10 free bets following the settlement of the qualifying bet

Terms: New customers only. First single & E/W bet only. 5p minimum stake. 3 x £10 bet tokens. Free bet stakes not included in returns. Free bets exclude virtuals. Free bets are non withdrawable. No free bet expiry. Eligibility restrictions and further T&Cs apply. 18+

The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest is fast approaching and, with it, you can claim this fantastic offer from Sky Bet.

Ukraine were winners of the 2022 contest with the song “Stefania” by Kalush Orchestra, but due to security concerns, this year’s event will be held in Liverpool, UK.

Sky Bet are offering a fantastic sign up deal ahead of the competition where new customers can get £30 in free bets when registering and placing any first bet.

When is the Eurovision Song Contest?

The 2023 Eurovision Song Contest, normally known simply as Eurovision, will be held on Saturday May 13.

Where is Eurovision 2023 being held?

Eurovision 2023 is being hosted at the Liverpool Arena in England. This follows the tradition of the winners of the previous year hosting the subsequent contest.

Though United Kingdom finished runners-up in last year’s competition, it will host the 2023 event on behalf of winners Ukraine.

How can I watch Eurovision?

The semi-finals of the competition take place over two nights, Tuesday May 9 and Thursday May 11. Both nights will be broadcast live on BBC Three and BBC iPlayer in the UK.

The final takes place the following Saturday and will be broadcast live and uninterrupted from 8pm on BBC One and BBC iPlayer.

All of the action will also be available on BBC Radio Two and via the BBC Sounds app.