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BoyleSports Bashed After Super Money Back Saturday

It was a Saturday for the history books at BoyleSports after a siege of money back offers clicked across racing and football, seeing the firm take a monstrous beating as thousands of customers received money back as free bets.

Crossbar Carnage
Our popular Crossbar Challenge had a big hand in the clobbering when it clicked not once but twice in a matter of hours. The first crossbar was rattled in the early Bournemouth v Tottenham clash but there was no time for traders to gather themselves when the clang of the crossbar echoed yet again in the Leicester v Crystal Palace match.

This resulted in ALL losing bets across ALL pre-match markets being refunded as free bets in both matches but the money back bonanza didn’t just delight football punters. Racing punters also had a day to remember when they availed of one Fair Play and five Free Fall refunds.

Free Fallers
Our Free Fall promotion offered money back as a free bet if your horse fell at the first or last jump in any National Hunt meeting on Saturday. This saw free bets applied to backers of Cogry and Minella Definitely (1.50 & 3.30 Cheltenham), Baron Von Chilli (1.55 at Punchestown) as well as Brio Conti and My Idea (2.00 & 4.50 Kelso).

To continue the money back trend, Ceporine refused to race in the 3.00 at Cheltenham and as a result of our Fair Play offer, all bets were refunded as free bets on the Richard Hobson trained 4-year-old.

The stream of offers clicking resulted in thousands of customers receiving money back as free bets in their accounts and traders are fearing another busy day at the office on Sunday.

The Free Fall offer applies to Sunday’s National Hunt meetings and there is a potentially damaging refund in the Rangers v Celtic clash, which has been added to the Crossbar Challenge on top of the two live Premier League games.

UPDATE: All losing bets were also refunded in Rangers v Celtic as Scott Sinclair hit the crossbar! Ouch.

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