The Cheltenham Festival seems to get bigger and better every year and, with more and more bookies looking to entice you to bet with them for all 4-days of thrilling action, there is a plethora of special offers and concessions for regular punters to consider.
Therefore, we’ve compiled a list of our favourite 6 offers and concessions – but please let us, and the rest of your fellow Betting Gods Members, know if you’ve found any better ones.
Guys, please also make sure you read the full terms and conditions of all the offers. They all seem very fair, but I just couldn’t fit all the T&Cs all in the article.
If you’re thinking of having a bet on the first race on any of the four days of the 2017 Cheltenham Festival – then Skybet should be a great place to have it. If your bet wins – you win! However, if your bet loses, you’ll receive your bet back as a free-bet. Maximum Refund is £20, whilst only the win-part of any losing each-way bet will be refunded. Refunds only apply to the first horse you bet on a race.
If you’re suffering a bout of second-itis at the moment, then the bookies to bet at could be Paddy Power. The leading Irish Bookmaker is giving money-back as a free-bet on all bets placed on horses who finish second in the first-5 races on all 4 days of the Cheltenham Festival. Maximum refund is £/€25, and applies to the first bet you place on the race.
If you fancy you’ll be picking plenty of winners at 4/1 or more at the 2017 Cheltenham Festival, then the bookies to place your bets at could be Bet365 – thanks to their ITV Racing Offer. Place a bet of up to £50 on any of the first 5 races on any day of the Cheltenham Festival (they’re the ones shown on ITV) and, if it wins, you’ll get a risk-free bet of up to the same amount on the next Cheltenham race shown on ITV.
If you only bet up to £25 a race, and/or your selection is priced-up at 3/1 or more, then you might want to place your bets with Betfair Sportsbook. Pick a winner at 3/1 or more of any of the 20 races covered on ITV at the Cheltenham Festival and Betfair are offering punters a free-bet on the next ITV race.
If you’re just going to back a few horses that you think are certainties, and will win by 5-lengths or more, then William Hill could be the bookies to bet with. That’s because their High-5 Promotion will give you a 25% Bonus up to £100 (as a free-bet) if your horse wins by 5-lengths or more in any race at the Cheltenham Festival. Meanwhile, if your horse happens to finish second to a horse that wins by 5-lengths or more, you’ll also receive your money back as a free-bet (up to £25).
It might also be worth checking-in with Ladbrokes if you’re not a Willie Mullins fan. That’s because from 8am every day of the Cheltenham Festival, they’ll be offering money-back on all horses (up to £25) in a chosen race if the race is won by a Willie Mullins Trained Horse.