The bet365 bore draw refund is a long term money back bonus offer from bet365. Available to both new and existing customers, the bore draw promotion ensures that a drab goalless draw is not made worse by a losing bet.

The bet365 bore draw money back refund

Bet365 bore draw refundThe bet365 bore draw promotion is a money back offer that is triggered in the event of match finishing goalless. Any football bets with bet365 on the Half-time/Full-time, Correct score or scorecast markets are refunded if the match concerned ends 0-0. It is a long term offer that the firm run permanently, not a short term promotion.

During the World Cup, bet365 have extended the bore draw offer to include First goalscorer, Last goalscorer and anytime goalscorer markets on all games at the finals.

So don’t let a blank score sheet bore you!

Bet365′s regular Bore Draw Money Back offer still applies to all other Soccer matches. So have a pre-match bet on their Correct Score, Half-Time/Full-Time or Scorecast markets on ANY Soccer match and if the game finishes 0-0, bet365 will refund all losing bets on these markets.

A goalless draw can never be the worst result with bet365.

Key bet365 bore draw terms and conditions

In the event of the bet365 bore draw applying to an accumulator bet, the selection will be treated as a non-runner. So it will not be included in the remainder of the bet.

Bet365 will continue to refund all pre-match Half-Time/Full-Time, Correct Score and Scorecast bets if the game finishes 0-0, where these markets are available.

This offer will not apply where all or part of a bet has been Cashed Out. So anyone trading out of their bet via the bet365 cash out option will not trigger the bet365 bore draw refund, should it apply.

So any bet365 bore draw accumulator selection that ends 0-0 will be treated as a void game. Some customers may have assumed the bet would go down as a loser, so it is important to know that this is not the case.

Bet365′s joining offers currently include a £200 deposit match, so why wait to open an account?