OFFER: How to watch Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury Live on BT Sport Box Office for FREE!

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THE World Boxing Council (WBC) crown is on the line in LA in the early hours of Sunday morning with thousands watching ringside and millions more around the world.

Watch Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury Live on BTSport Box Office for FREE!

Once again we've teamed up with our friends at Ladbrokes to bring you a fantastic offer for the big fight, where you can watch Sunday morning's massive bout in LA absolutely FREE on BT Sport Box Office.

Fury will challenge Wilder for the one world heavyweight title he has never held at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles. He has been very popular with punters to beat Wilder and is 5/4 to prevail. The defending champion, Wilder, is 4/6 to retain his title, while the draw is 25/1.

In an EXCLUSIVE offer with Ladbrokes, we're offering new customers the chance to have their £19.95 Box Office fee paid for them.

All you need to do is to open a Ladbrokes account using one of the links on this page, then deposit and place your first bet of £10 or more at even-money (1/1) or above.

Then email us at hello@welovebetting.co.uk with your username and screenshots of your Ladbrokes welcome email and your first bet and we'll send you the £19.95 to cover the cost of the live coverage of Sunday's much-anticipated fight.

It couldn't be any easier.

There's plenty of time for you to sign-up and catch all the action. Subscription details can be found here.

Meanwhile, you can read our big fight preview here.

How can I watch Wilder v Fury for free?

Thanks to our great offer it's easy, just follow the simple steps below;

  1. Click on a link to Ladbrokes on this page or use the button below.
  2. Open a Ladbrokes account (use code F20 to claim up to £20). Deposit and place your first bet of £10 or more at even-money (1/1) or above.
  3. Subscribe to the Wilder v Fury fight on BT Sport Box Office.
  4. Email us at hello@welovebetting.co.uk with:
    1. Your new Ladbrokes username.
    2. Screenshot of your welcome email from Ladbrokes.
    3. Screenshot of your first bet.
    4. The email address associated to your Paypal account.

We'll then confirm your new account was opened via one of our links and send you the £19.95 fee via Paypal within 72 hours.

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Terms & Conditions

  1. This offer ends at 11:59pm on Sunday 2nd December 2018. You must have emailed to claim your refund by this time.
  2. This offer is only available to those opening a NEW Ladbrokes account via a link on this page / site.
  3. To be eligible, users must open your Ladbrokes account and place a first bet on £10 or more on any bet at even-money (1/1) or above. Please note, this does not need to be on the Wilder v Fury fight.
  4. Failure to register via one of the links highlighted on this page will result in no refund being awarded.
  5. The maximum refund amount will be £19.95, regardless of the total cost, including booking or agents fees incurred.
  6. This offer is open to UK and Ireland residents only.
  7. After you’ve signed up and placed your bet, drop us an email at hello@welovebetting.co.uk with your Ladbrokes username and a screenshot of your welcome email and the bet you have placed.
  8. Verification of your account can take up to 72 hours. Once verified, your cash will be paid via Paypal. We are unable to process cash in any other way and payments will be made in £GBP only.
  9. Only one claim per person, per household and per IP address.
  10. This is a limited offer and WeLoveBetting reserve the right to withdraw this promotion at any time and to not reward any user we feel contravenes the Terms and Conditions.
  11. All enquiries can be directed to hello@welovebetting.co.uk.
  12. WeLoveBetting's decision will be final on any claim.

This promotion has no official connection with BT Sport Box Office.

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