Paddy Power is an Irish bookmaker founded in in Dublin, Ireland. The company conducts business through a chain of licensed betting shops in Ireland and History · Criticism · Notes. Get a RISK FREE €/£10 BET for new customers only! Place a €/£10 bet and if it loses we'll refund you in cash. Plus join our VIPP Club! T&Cs Apply. Paddy Power first for Online Betting. About Us page. One showed sight-impaired footballers kicking a cat, for which the Advertising Standards Authority received complaints. Unfortunately there was an error sending your message, please try again later. To help you find the closest Paddy Power shop to you we have launched a new Shop Locator that you will find when you click on the Find a Shop map icon on the right. Filter by product This button does not work with screen readers. Nicklas Bendtner banned for underpants celebration". Top 10 Bookmaker Free Bets. Retrieved 14 June Please tell us how we can make this answer more useful. Further criticism was aimed at the Irish firm in March when, in the buildup to the Cheltenham Festival, it added a 'jockey' to the famous hill carving of a white horse in Uffington, Oxfordshire. Betting online is quick, easy and you can claim exclusive bonus bets that aren't available in shops! Bookie in firing line over its sniper bet". To find the location of your nearest PaddyPower betting shop, click the 'Locate Shop' button below. There are some articles that relate to Responsible Gambling. If you have any specific queries, please contact us. As a potential new member of our retail business you should possess a natural flair for customer service, a passion for sports and current affairs, and commercial knowledge gained within a similar retail environment. It seems your browser is not up to date and lacks certain basic security requirements. Customers are advised to consider these limits when placing bets and if necessary reduce your stakes Retrieved 20 December In July , the company took the unusual step of refunding bets placed on Felipe Massa to win the Germany Grand Prix , following the notorious "team orders" incident, which led to Fernando Alonso being allowed to win the race, despite Massa's clear lead.