Racebets are a gambling company that is dedicated to racing. Thus, as you would expect, they list a lot of great racing specific offers. One of these is Best Odds Guaranteed on all UK, Irish, UAE and South African horse racing if the bet is placed on the day of the race. Many online punters love this offer due to how much value it can add if things go your way, and how simple it is to claim. There is no need to opt-in, just place a bet within the offer terms and you have qualified.
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Best Odds Guaranteed means that if you take a fixed odds price when placing a relevant bet and the Starting Price (SP) is bigger, Racebets will pay you out at the bigger price. You can’t lose with this offer, as if the Starting Price was to shorten, they would just pay you out at the fixed price you took, as it is bigger. As an example of how it works, if you were to place a £25 bet on Angel Islington to win a race at Kempton at odds of 7.00 and the horse won, your returns would be £175. However, if the SP ended up as 7.50, your returns are increased to £187.50. In this case, Best Odds Guaranteed has given you an extra £12.50 in your pocket for no extra work.
Please be aware of the terms and conditions for the Best Odds Guaranteed offer. Firstly, it is only open to UK and Irish customers. For races in the UK, Ireland and the UAE, the industry Starting Price is used. For races in South Africa, the Starting Price Racebets will give is the official Phumulela declared tote dividend. To qualify for the offer, your bet must be placed on the day of the applicable race. The offer does not include Ante-Post, Tote/Pools, Place Only or Match Bets. When a Rule 4 occurs, Racebets will pay you out at the bigger odds after the Rule 4 deduction has been applied.
From a matched betting point of view, we can use bonuses from other Racebets offers to not only guarantee a profit, but to potentially add more winnings should the bookmaker portion of the bet win, rather than the exchange bet. For example, Racebets offer a refund of an up to £25 bonus if your horse refuses to race. Say you had qualified for this bonus from a previous race. We could then place the £25 bonus on Jaganory to win at Bath with odds of 9.00 and laid £23.81 at lay odds of 9.50 at the exchange, and your profit if the horse wins would be £22.61. This is increased to £35.11 if the SP had drifted to 9.50. An additional £12.50 on top of your guaranteed profit. As the Refused to Race bonus has a 3x wagering requirement, you would then need to lose as little as possible while betting £25 on Racebets another 2 times and laying on the exchange in order to be able to withdraw the winnings. Matchedbets.com provide key details on how to benefit from bookmaker offers on a consistent basis.
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