Below is a list of valid promo codes available for Paddy Power products in April 2020. These offers are available only to new customers who are 18+ in age. T&Cs Apply. Please gamble responsibly Gambleaware:
|Product||Bonus Description||Promo Code|
|Paddy Power Sport||£10 Risk Free First Bet||YSKA00|
|Paddy Power Sport||£20 Risk Free First Bet + Weekly Bets||YSKA46|
|Paddy Power Casino||Deposit £10 Play with £60 + 20 Free Spins||PASA60|
|Paddy Power Games||100 Free Spins + 100 on First Deposit||PGCTV1|
|Paddy Power Vegas||£30 Bonus on Your First Deposit||PVCREG|
|Paddy Power Poker||Up to £220 in Bonuses||Go to Offer|
|Paddy Power Bingo||Spend £10 Play with £50 + 50 Free Spins||Go to Offer|
|Paddy Power Bingo||£40 Bonus & 40 Free Spins on First Deposit||PINTV4|
Promo code YSKA00. Place your FIRST sports bet and if it loses we will refund your stake in cash, up to £/€10. T&Cs apply.
New customers only, limited to one per person. If you’ve previously had a Paddy Power account, you will not qualify for the offer. Place your FIRST bet on any Sportsbook market and if it loses we will refund your stake in CASH. Max refund for this offer is £20. Only deposits made using Cards or Paypal will qualify for this promotion. T&Cs apply. Paddy's Rewards Club: Get a £10 free bet when you place 5x bets of £10+. T&Cs apply.
New Customers from UK & IRL only. Deposits made with e-wallets are not valid for this promo. Bonus wagering x35 on eligible games. Winnings from bonus capped at £500. Spins available after bonus is redeemed/lost. Opt in required. Full T&Cs apply.
New customers only. Free spins added to accounts verified by SMS only. x1 wagering applies to winnings, selected games only, eWallets excluded. The average Daily Jackpot amount is accurate between 01/10/2018 to 31/12/2018. Full T&C’s apply.
New customers to Paddy Power only, sign up via the Paddy Power Vegas reg code PVCREG. 50 Free Spins added instantly to accounts once SMS verified with no deposit needed. Spins valued at £0.20 each and no wagering requirements. Full T&Cs apply.
New Customer Offer only. Create a nickname & deposit £10. Minimum 5 twister tournaments to release free £1 token. T&C’s Apply.
New Customer Offer only. Deposit and spend £/€10: £/€5 on bingo tickets and £/€5 on side games in the Bingo Client within 30 days of joining Paddy Power Bingo. Get £/€20 paid as Bingo Bonus (x1 wagering requirement), £/€30 as Slots Bonus (x10 wagering requirement) & 50 Free Spins (£/€0.10/spin) on Dragon’s Luck slot game. 1 per customer. Your age and mobile number must be verified before you can avail of this offer. Full T&Cs apply.
New Customer Offer only. Deposit and spend €10 on bingo tickets within 30 days of joining Paddy Power Bingo. Get €30 paid as Bingo Bonus (x1 wagering requirement), €10 as Slots Bonus (x20 wagering requirement) & 40 Free Spins ( €0.10/spin) on Mystery Reels Megaways slot game. 1 per customer. Your age and mobile number must be verified before you can avail of this offer. Full T&Cs apply.
The Paddy Power sign up promo code box.
Register a new account using the promo code YSKA46 and deposit at least £10 using a debit card or PayPal. All other deposit methods are ineligible for this offer. A £10 sports bet must be placed at odds of at least 1.5 (1/2) within 30 days. Place a sports bet and if the wager is settled as a loser, Paddy Power will refund your stake in cash. The refund will be processed within 1 hour of the bet being settled. Check the full terms Only one offer allowed per household or IP address. Read full terms here.
The following are Paddy Power apps available from the iOS mobile app store. Promo codes can be used within each app during registration.
Follow each bookmaker link to find the latest bonus codes and offers available alongside key terms and conditions.
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Paddy Power was created in 1988 by three, Irish bookmakers: Stewart Kenny, David Power, and John Corcoran. They merged their existing 40 shops to create the Paddy Power chain.
The Power brand was considered strongest at the time, so the name was maintained. The addition of “Paddy”, along with its distinctive green branding, was designed to emphasize the company’s Irish roots at a time when many UK bookmakers were making inroads into Ireland due to changes in the Irish tax code.
Paddy Power pursued an aggressive expansion strategy from the start. Opening shops in prominent locations in Irish towns to maximise its visibility. Its share of the Irish off course betting market grew from 8% in 1988 to 33% in 2001.
By 2000 Paddy Power were successful in Ireland, but they continued to expand further. Paddy Powers parent company, Power Leisure, floated on the stock exchange to fund further expansion into the UK, and they purchased PaddyPower.com to expand into the global online bookmaking market.
In 27 May 2008, Paddy Power acquired Northern Ireland independent bookmaker McGranaghan Racing, bringing Paddy Power's shop count to 191 in Ireland. In February 2010, the chain had 356 shops with 209 in Ireland, 8 in Northern Ireland and 139 in Great Britain.
In 2010, Paddy Power acquired a majority stake in Australian bookmaker Sportsbet.com.au.
In 2015 a merger between Paddy Power and British company Betfair was agreed which saw Paddy Power acquiring the Betfair brand. The resulting entity, Paddy Power Betfair, is based in Dublin.
Paddy Power have acquired a reputation for controversy which has gained them a lot of publicity. They have offered odds on controversial markets, such as the outcome of the Oscar Pistorius trial, which attracted so many complaints that the company was forced to cancel the bet. Other controversial markets have included bets on the first species to be driven to extinction by the BP Oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the potential extinction of the Polar Bear and whether Barack Obama would finish his term as President of the United States.
Their advertising campaigns have also attracted controversy. In 2010 an ad showing sight-impaired footballers kicking a cat received more than 400 complaints to the ASA. In 2012 Paddy Power released an advertising campaign encouraging customers to distinguish "the stallions from the mares" by placing transgender women in the crowds at the Cheltenham Festival. The ad was subsequently ruled offensive and banned by the ASA.
In October 2018, Paddy Power Betfair received a £2.2m fine from the UK Gambling Commission, after an investigation revealed that the gaming giant broke the commission's rules regarding social responsibility and anti-money laundering.
In December 2018, Paddy Power and William Hill faced further criticism after allegations that they allowed a gambling addict to wager thousands of pounds in stolen cash.
Paddy Power are official betting partners of Irish football team Shamrock Rovers and sponsored the 2018 Champions League of Darts.
Paddy Power were the first betting company to launch their own iPhone app in 2010 and for some time were the only bookmaker in the world available on the app store with mobile betting being the biggest growth area for the company. The company is now valued at over £6bn with over 600 shops in the UK as of 2017 and boats one of the biggest e-commerce businesses in the betting and gaming sector.