Through technology bookmaking has changed unrecognisably during the past 25 years. The abolition of betting tax, the advent of computerisation, betting via debit cards and a small thing called the internet means old school ‘gentlemen bookmakers’ would be turning in their grave. For the most part a one on one experience with your bookmaker is a thing of the past and the personal touch is now pretty much folklore. Thankfully there are some exceptions and that includes the little known GW Sports.
This outfit doesn’t have a flash multi-functional website with amazing bells and loud whistles, in fact their website doesn’t even take bets! So what’s it dong being reviewed here? Well, in short, GW Sports is a winner! They have an amazing array of offers and concessions, there’s that concierge type service and how many other bookmakers accept your bets via WhatsApp?
What’s in it for new customers? Open an account with GW Sports today and you will receive these five benefits:
- 50% Cash Back On Your First Bet If It’s A Loser (max refund £100)
- All SP Singles up to £100 Stake Settled At S.P+ (e 3/1 S.P pays 10/3)
- Treble Odds For One Winner On All SP Lucky 15s
- Double Result On All SP Singles up to £100 Stake
- 5p And 10p R4s Waived On All SP Singles up to £100 Stake
And here’s the cherry on the knickerbocker… GW Sports match all firms prices advertised on Oddschecker for all UK & Irish horse racing from 9am. GW Sport telephone betting (using debit card transactions) is available. Contact +44 1920-444144 or +44 131-5572904 or email: email@example.com for more information. GW Sports are part of the Maurice Charge Group who are licensed by the UK Gambling Commission and on-course they trade as MACBET meaning they are represented at Royal Ascot, Aintree, Ayr, Musselburgh, Hamilton, Perth, Cheltenham, Kelso and York racecourses.
International Racing Club
If it is not abundantly obvious GW Sports major in horseracing and if you want to find those winners the International Racing Club (IRC) is a good place to look. Like GW Sports the IRC offer their clients and intimate relationship and they also use a messaging app, Telegram, to pass on the latest information and tips.
Fronted by Joao Da Mata, the former ‘At The Races’ South African racing expert, Tony Stafford, the prominent racing journalist and owner/trainer advisor for more with 50 years’ experience, is amongst its tipsters who have their ear very much at the door of leading stables. You can learn more about the IRC and get a first month’s subscription for just £5 at their Facebook page.