Betfair Double Odds if Chelsea Win, Refund if Chelsea Lose

Betfair are running another one of their offers for new account sign ups wishing to bet on the Atletico Madrid V Chelsea match today.

Anybody opening a Betfair account today will get double odds if Chelsea win , or a refund as a free bet if Chelsea lose, up to a maximum of £/€25.00.

This is for new accounts only, and those accounts have to be registered from the UK or Ireland, using Promo Code ZSK175.

To claim this offer you will then simply need to place a pre kick-off bet on the Betfair Sportsbook Fixed Odds website (not their Betting Exchange) on any market in the Atletico Madrid V Chelsea, Champions League match tonight (7.45pm kick-off).

If Chelsea lose, Betfair will refund your losing pre kick-off bet as a free bet token up to a maximum of €/£25.00. While if Jose Mourihnho’s men are successful and Chelsea manage to win, Betfair will double your winnings on the pre kick-off bet you placed on the match.

The maximum qualifying stake for the double the odds bonus is £/€25.00, it is also the maximum refund you can get if Chelsea lose, so there is little point betting any more or less.

With regard to the Chelsea win offer, the maximum payout you can receive at double the odds is €/£100.00, so there is little point finding a market that offers more than 4/1 (if you are using the full €/£25.00 amount for your pre kick-off bet).

For example, there is little point doing Atletico Half Time/Chelsea Full Time, at odds of 55/1 as the maximum payout is €/£100.00.

Whereas if you backed Over 2.5 Goals at 11/8 and Chelsea win 2-1, instead of winning £34.25, you would get paid £68.50 by Betfair, and get your £25.00 back on top of that.

Your first pre kick-off bet counts towards this offer, and if you cash out in play, you won’t qualify for the double the odds or the refund.

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