Grand National betting offer 2022: get £30 bonus when you bet £5 with BetVictor

The Grand National is due to take place this weekend on Saturday at Aintree Racecourse for the world famous horse racing event.

BetVictor is giving new customers £30 bonus when they wager just £5, which includes a £5 free bet, a £5 slot bonus and a £1 bonus every week for 20 weeks.

Minella Times won the Grand National last year and is now the highest weight for this year’s renewal

BETVICTOR – Bet £5 and get £30 bonus*

The Grand National will start with 40 riders who are expected to line up and tackle the four-mile, two-stadium track, overcoming fences and obstacles along the way.

Only the best stayers and chasers participate with endurance tested.

Last year Minella Times won with Rachael Blackmore on board and became the first female jockey to win the illustrious race which has been running since 1839.

The 2020 renewal was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic and this year’s is expected to sell out again.

How to claim the BetVictor offer

  • Register here*
  • Bet €5
  • Get £30 bonus

BETVICTOR – Bet £5 and get £30 bonus*

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*18+ New customers sign up, bet £5 at odds 2.00+, no cashout. Get £5 free bet and £1 free bet every weekend for the next 20 weeks, set events at 2.00+ odds. Plus a £5 slot bonus, selected games, wager 20x to withdraw a maximum of £250. Bonuses expire in 7 days. Card payments only. Offer valid until 10.04.2022. Terms and conditions apply. | Please play responsibly


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