Enter The Mr Green Grand National Sweepstake

All details below were correct when published on 9th April 2018. 18+. UK Only. Wagering terms and conditions apply. Please gamble responsibly.

Mr Green Grand National SweepstakeAll eyes will be on Aintree this weekend (14th April) when the 2018 Grand National takes place. A lot of people will be having a flutter on the race or take part in sweepstakes. If you love a good sweep then head on over to Mr Green this week and join the Mr Green Grand National Sweepstake.

It’s easy to take part! Just wager on a horse related slot and when you qualify Mr Green will make your selection. There’s a £2000 prize pool up for grabs.

Play Frankie Dettori’s Magic Seven

To qualify for the Mr Green Grand National Sweepstake you need to opt-in and then wager on Frankie Dettori’s Magic Seven. You’ll qualify for the sweep when you wager £50 or more on the game. Wagering must be between the 9th and 12th April 2018. Once qualified, you’ll then receive an email on the 13th April with details of your horses.

Unlike usual office sweepstakes, Mr Green isn’t just giving players one horse to follow. The email will in fact have a list of 10 horses that are running in The Grand National. If any of the horses listed in your email win the big race then you’ll share a £2000 pot with other UK winners. We suspect that every qualifiers email will contain the names of a couple of favourites for the race.

Mind you, if an outsider comes in then that may well see just a handful of players sharing the £2000 prize. The cash prizes on offer are paid out as real cash and therefore will be free of any wagering requirements. All cash prizes will be credited by Wednesday 18th April at 7pm.

Virtual Racing

Away from the Grand National Sweepstake, Mr Green also has a couple of other racing themed games. Virtual Racing is under starters orders 24 hours every day. Head to Penrith Park for the latest racing. As well as horses you can also bet on greyhounds, speedway, cycling and trotting! Trotting is where horses pull a two-wheeled vehicle, known as a sulky, and driver. We may just stick to the Grand National!