Bore draw and shoot-out money back with Betway on Euro 2016

Betway are one of the most active bookies when it comes to Euro 2016 promotions and there are two distinct offers that are not featured in our standard Betway bonus review that will give generous free bet refunds in the event of stalemates. We’ve seen this type of deal before but they are easy to use and the top limits are very generous.

To qualify for the first promo, known as Bore Draw, you must stake pre-match on a correct score, scorecast or in any of the individual goal scorer markets – first, last and any time. If that game finishes 0-0 after 90 minutes and you lose your bet as a result, Betway will refund your outlay up to a ceiling of £25.00.

This offer applies to the Group stages only and the minimum bet required is set at £5.00. If you stake and qualify for the deal, the matched free bet will appear in your account within 48 hours and you then have 7 days in which to use it before it expires.

As mentioned, that offer applies to the group phase of Euro 2016 but once that round has been completed, a similar promotion kicks in for the knockout stage.
Once again, you must bet pre-match in either the correct score, scorecast or in any of the individual goal scorer markets and on this occasion, losing bets will be refunded if the game is decided by a penalty shoot-out.

This is Betway’s penalties money back special and the general terms are essentially identical to those provided by the bore draw money back offer. Minimum stake required is £5.00 and the upper limit for refunded bets is £25.00.

Credits will appear in your account within 48 hours and you have 7 days in which to use the freebie. For both offers, players in Armenia, Belarus, Croatia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russian Federation and Ukraine are excluded but all others are free to take advantage of both.

Hopefully we will see plenty of entertainment at Euro 2016 but as we all know, a lot of these games can be cagey affairs and the Bore Draw offer from Betway could prove to be very useful. Meanwhile, four years ago at Euro 2012, two of the knockout rounds went to penalties and surely we will see at least one more shoot out this time around.

With a generous £25.00 free bet limit on offer, both of these Betway promos are worth following from the start of the tournament on June 10, right through to the final one month later.

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