Money Back Promotions
If luck turns against you, betting can turn into an expensive business. That’s when a money back promotion can make all the difference. Read on below to see how this kind of betting promotion works.
Money Back Promotions
This is a fantastic addition to Betfair's #OddsOnThat promotion Read more
Place an In-Play bet on any IPL cricket match, and if your bet loses, and the final ball of the match is hit for a boundary, they'll refund you with a Free Bet matched to your ... Read more
This offer insures you against falls from Tuesday to Friday Read more
The Champions League returns this week and if you are thinking of placing a bet then it may be worth checking out 10Bet's payback offer. Read more
If the goalscorer you were backing to score first is the second scorer in the game you get your money back! Read more
If the player you bet on is two sets up and goes onto lose, then Unibet will refund you up to €100 Read more
Never again shall you experience the pain of losing all your money to a last-minute goal with Unibet's injury time insurance Read more
Unibet are feeling generous this season after signing sponsorship deals with Surrey, Essex and Warwickshire Read more
Ladbrokes have looked to cash-in on one of the most eagerly anticipated Champions League qualifiers in the competition's history Read more
What is a money back promotion and how does it work?
Many bookmakers now offer money back promotions, as they are understandably popular with betting site users. The money back promotion can apply in various different situations – usually on the riskier types of bets such as accumulators – and can be compared to an insurance policy which guards against bad luck in your betting.
One example of a money back promotion is a no goals scored refund on football betting. If you have wagered on a certain score but the game ends in a nil-nil draw, the bookmaker refunds your stake. This is great news for disappointed fans.
There are many other types of money back promotions, which may apply to a variety of sports and situations. Some refunds are given simply for playing every week. It is important to note that the refund is almost never in the form of cash, but rather given as credit to use on your next bet. There may also be maximum refund and minimum bet conditions, so be sure to read the small print carefully before placing your bet.
Which betting sites offer money back promotions?
Almost every betting site will offer some sort of promotion, and many of them involve getting your money back if your bet narrowly fails to pan out. You can check if your favourite bookmaker offers a money back promotion by visiting their promotions page, or by searching the net.