There’s a giant day of racing at Chepstow on Thursday and it’s time for an additional Sky Bet a refund supply! If our horse finishes 2nd or third within the 14:07 Chepstow, Sky Bet will refund our stake as money, as much as a most of £10.00. Translated into matched betting phrases, this provides us a potential revenue of £8.79 and right here’s how…
- This supply applies to our first wager on the 14:07 Chepstow.
- Qualifying bets should be positioned between 11:00 on Tuesday twenty third March 2021 and 14:07 (race-off) on Thursday twenty fifth March 2021.
- If fewer than six runners come beneath starters orders, Sky Bet could withdraw the supply.
- If our horse finishes 2nd or third, Sky Bet will refund our stake as money, as much as £10.00.
If you’d like extra details about qualifying bets and the way they work, please see my qualifying bets information.
It’s fully as much as you which ones horse you go for, however it might make sense to pick a horse with pretty brief odds within the hope of a 2nd or third place end.
At the time of writing, Goodnight Charlie is accessible at again odds of three.75 and lay odds of 4.20.
We can calculate our lay stake utilizing my Matched Betting Calculator…
As you’ll be able to see, the calculator tells us that our lay stake ought to be £8.97…
Place £10.00 on Goodnight Charlie @ 3.75 = Potential revenue of £27.50
Lay £8.97 on Goodnight Charlie @ 4.20 = Potential legal responsibility of £28.70
Let’s take a look at our potential revenue/loss for the potential outcomes…
So, we’ll make a good revenue of £8.79 if Goodnight Charlie finishes 2nd or third and we stand to lose a most of £1.21 on every other consequence. Risking £1.21 to make a possible revenue of £8.79 provides us efficient odds of 8.26, which I’m certain you’ll agree, makes this a worthwhile supply in the long term.
If eligible, money refunds might be credited inside 24 hours of the race ending.