The motto at online gaming giant WagerWeb is “The Player’s Choice”. They have lived up to this motto by giving their clients some of the best perks ever when it comes to online gaming. In fact WagerWeb is known for giving away some of the biggest bonuses to be found anywhere on the internet.
They have teamed up with Bang The Book to deliver a whopping 200 percent bonus for the new player. Just by using the promo code BTB, a new player will get that 200 welcome bonus along with a free two team parlay just for signing up.
WagerWeb wants to continuously award the new player for sticking around and playing exclusively at their sportsbook. Because of this they have established a top-notch rewards program. Sign up as soon as you join the sports book and the points start racking up along with the many bonuses.
They offer four different point levels at different increments. It all starts with Silver and then elevates the more you play going up to Gold, Platinum and the elite level, Diamond. All of these levels offer points for playing in the sports book, casino or race book. These points can be redeemed for great bonuses.
For example at the Silver level you will be rewarded immediately with one free payout for every 30 days. At the Gold level the perks increase as you earn more points for less money played, getting rewarded quicker at the lower levels. The more you play, the more it saves and puts cash in your pocket. The Platinum and Diamond level awards the player with a 13 percent race book rebate. That is hundreds of dollars in the players pocket just for betting on sports and horses at Wager Web!
Sign up today at WagerWeb and see why they are truly the Players choice!
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