Here at Power Tower we take pride in being first past the post in everything we do – and we’re dedicated to supporting Irish horse racing and giving YOU the best possible bang for your buck.
And we feel we’ve done just that after joining forces with Rewards4Racing, the award-winning rewards program for racegoers.
Now, a quick early disclaimer for those across the Irish Sea – this one is exclusively for customers based in the good ol’ Republic of Ireland.
From now until 23rd of January 2023 you can pocket a €10 winter racing discount completely for free.
Yes. For FREE.
Once claimed, you can use your points to gain a €10 discount to any Winter Racing meeting at Rewards4Racing Ireland’s partner racecourses, a list of which can be found here.
The Winter Racing Discount will be credited as 2,000 points to your Rewards4Racing account.
Rewards4Racing’s Irish members already have the chance to collect points on every bet they place with Paddy Power’s sportsbook, provided they are also members of Paddy’s Rewards Club.
You can earn one point for every €1 staked with Paddy online or using your Play Card in stores.
The points can be used against the cost of purchasing raceday tickets across Irish meetings, including major festivals such as the Dublin Racing Festival, the Irish Grand National, Cork’s Easter Festival, the Galway Festival, the Punchestown Festival and Irish Champions Weekend.
Come on, that’s pretty damn good if we do say so ourselves! You must OPT IN to the offer otherwise you risk not accumulating the points and that would just be silly, wouldn’t it?
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Rewards4Racing Ireland members can also collect points to spend with over 4,500 brands online including Amazon, Booking.com, eBay and many more, by purchasing tickets with its Irish racecourse partners via the Rewards4Racing.ie website.
So, what are you waiting for? Start saving today!
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