Betway is one of the sponsors of the Cheltenham Festival and not surprisingly it has a couple of special promotions aimed at this competition. The Champion Chase offer will have all pre-race singles refunded up to a maximum of €50 or currency equivalent if Sire De Grugy Wins. The Horse Racing Faller Money Back is the other tempting offer made by this bookmaker and just as the name suggests, it will refund losing bets up to €25 if the chosen horse falls.
Ladbrokes is also refunding losses on all the losing horses if Sprinter Sacre finishes 1st or 2nd in the Champion Chase. The maximum amount they are willing to return in the form of a free bet is of €25 or currency equivalent and both new and existing customers qualify. Betfair is also offering free bets worth €10 with 3 Cheltenham Ante Post Bets and existing customers are also eligible for this particular offer.
Having a safety net in place is definitely useful, but punters who prefer to benefit from boosted odds will be more impressed by what Paddy Power has to offer. On one hand, they offer odds of 5/1 on Douvan to win, 3/1 for Un De Sceaux and 8/1 on Vautor to prevail. The Cheltenham Bet Banker is another campaign focusing on the horse racing competition, which consists of a free bet being awarded to those who bet on any horse racing event this Saturday.