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TXODDS offering free weekend trial of TXTRADER service

Copyright (CC BY-SA 2.0) expert TXODDS is offering traders the chance to experience its TXTRADER service by providing a free weekend trial from today until Sunday 28th February.

This is a particularly good opportunity given that the weekend includes a host of crunch games across Europe, including Man Utd v Arsenal in the Premier League, Man City v Liverpool in the League Cup Final, a Serie A match-up Juventus v Inter Milan, a pair of big matches in Spain in Real Madrid v Atletico Madrid and Barcelona v Sevilla, and a Turkish crunch match featuring Fenerbahce v Beskitas.

Kelly Eden, Head of TXTRADER, explained: “This opportunity will give sports traders, odds compilers and punters the opportunity to test drive the TXTRADER service for themselves and give an insight into just some of the data that TXODDS is serving to enhance profit and performance using its expertise and proprietary technology.”

Among the features and services that TXTRADER has to offer include:

  • The ability to see what is moving in Asia, Europe and on the Betting Exchanges
  • Comparison of global betting odds to always get the best price
  • Receive OCI reports explaining market changes – delivered straight to a mobile app
  • Visualisation of key sports data using the TXODDS Moves, Changes and Arbitrage screens
  • The facility to set up unlimited 24/7 real-time alerts for big odds changes, new offers, Asian moves and more

To sign up for the free account visit and use the voucher code: FEB16TRADER

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