Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Intertops Birthday Celebrations Take on Football Theme as NFL and US College Football Seasons Begin

American Football Highlights 30th Anniversary Party at Intertops Sportsbook with NFL Kickoff Bonus Now AvailableThe NFL season opens September 5th when Super Bowl favorites Denver Broncos host the Baltimore Ravens and the first regular season NCAA games begin tomorrow night on 17 college campuses across America. So 30th birthday celebrations, continuing at Intertops, have taken on a football theme!

In addition to the Stake Back and Birthday Bonanza offers that are currently available at Intertops Sportsbook, you can now get an NFL Kick Off Bonus and qualify for a $500 Free NFL Bet.

Established in 1983, Intertops made online gambling history in 1996 by accepting the world’s first online bet. It was placed by a Finn named Jukka Honkavaara who bet on English Premier League soccer – and won.

“Things have changed a lot since the days when we were taking bets by mail and post, that’s for sure,” said Intertops’ Sportsbook manager. “But US sports, especially American football, have always been popular with our customers.”

Intertops welcomes the return of America’s favorite game in style with an amazing 30% Deposit Bonus. An extra 30% up to $100 will be added to deposits made with any payment method until September 15. Players that wager at least $200 on every NFL Regular Season game day from Week 1 to 17 will get a $500 Free Bet at the end of the season.

Meanwhile the $30,000 Birthday Bonanza continues. 30 players with the highest net percentage wagering profit between now and December 31st will receive attractive Free Bet prizes up to $5000. Intertops is also continuing to offer its 30 Stake Back Bets, giving players chances to win back $100 in stakes which can then be used as Free Bets.

Intertops offers attractive odds on all NFL and NCAA games and lists dozens of player-bets as well. Intertops isn’t just the first online sportsbook in the world, it’s also the most trusted. It takes wagers on virtually every major sport, including American football, MLB, golf and tennis online and via mobile devices. 

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