SportNation – New Customer Offer

SportNation have a fantastic looking new customer offer for The Open Championship which gets underway on Thursday. They are willing to give you odds of 10/1 on any of Jordan Spieth, Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, Rory McIlroy or Tommy Fleetwood winning The Open Championship at Carnoustie. When you consider that these five players are amongst the favourites to win the competition, you can see why this offer is so fantastic.

To take advantage of this great offer, all you need to do is sign up for a SportNation account, deposit a minimum of £10 into your account using the promotional code, ‘SNODDS’ and then stake £10 on the specials market ‘Spieth, McIlroy, Woods, Johnson or Fleetwood to win The Open’ (normal odds 3/1). If your bet wins, you will be credited the enhanced part of the offer as bonus funds within 24 hours of the market settling. There are turnover requirements with this offer before you can cash out your winnings, with SportNation requiring you to place a series of bets at minimum odds of 1.6 with a minimum stake equal to the value of 5x your bonus funds received and once such bets have settled, any bonus funds and winnings remaining can be withdrawn.

The Open Championship is the oldest of the golf majors and is the only one that is played outside of the USA. This year’s event is being held at Carnoustie and despite fantastic weather conditions in the past month, more changeable weather is expected over the weekend and we could be in for some real quality links golf action. The Americans famously nicknamed the course, ‘Carnastie’ the last time The Open Championship was held there and it is a certainly course that takes no prisoners.

Whatever happens this weekend, the five players who are covered by this offer will head into the event with a great chance of winning it. You would expect at least one of them to be there or thereabouts on Sunday and therefore this is a really great offer to get involved with. The turnover requirements are the only thing that makes this offer slightly annoying, but with some sensible betting you could still come out with £100 or more after all is said and done from a £10 bet!