Betfred Cash Refund Offer on the Manchester Derby

Betfred have a Super Sunday of football cash back offers available on today’s Premier League fixtures.

As well as the usual offers like Double Delight, and Hat-Trick Heaven, Betfred are also offering a great cash back offer on today’s Manchester Derby.

If today’s match between Manchester City and Manchester United ends in a 0-0 draw, Betfred will be giving a full cash refund (not a free bet), on the following markets – Match Betting, Correct Score, Double Result, First Goalscorer, Last Goalscorer, Score Anytime, Player to Score 2 or more, Player to score a Hat-Trick, and all Scorecasts.

Bets have to be placed pre match to qualify, and any refunds will be credited to your account within 24 hours of the match finishing.

There has never been a better time to open a Betfred account, as they are currently running two sign up offers, with their £10.00 free bet just for opening an account, and their £25.00 free matched bet.

Both of these offers are available to any new customers opening an account, online or on mobile.

Double Delight and Hat-Trick heaven are also available on the Manchester Derby, as well as on Arsenal V Stoke. This is where the odds on your first goal scorer bet can be doubled or trebled if your selection goes on to grab a second, and/or a third.

Back Van Persie, Aguero, Giroud, Crouch, or whoever to score the first goal, and if your selection scores first, and then goes on to score a second or a third, Betfred will double or treble your odds (double for 2 goals, treble for 3).

Free £10 Bet with Betfred on England Internationals

Betfred are running another football promotion on the two upcoming England internationals over the next few days, by giving us a £10.00 Free Bet.

If you place a £10.00 bet on tonight’s England match against Moldova in-running, Betfred will give you a £10.00 Free Bet to use on Tuesday’s match between Ukraine and England.

This should be an easy way to make at least a fiver using the matched betting technique. Or alternatively you can just use it as a free bet on Tuesday, you do this by covering your £10.00 bet tonight by laying it on Betfair (ensuring you don’t lose), and then just have a risk free tenner on the match on Tuesday.

Remember, tonight’s bet in the England V Moldova match has to be placed in-running, bets placed pre match do not qualify. Good luck.

To open a Betfred account, please click here.

Betfred Free Bet

Betfred’s new customer offer is currently a ‘Bet £10.00, Get £30.00’ promotion. What this means is you open a new Betfred account (using below link), deposit and bet £10.00 on an event, and you will then receive a £30.00 free bet to use.

Your £10.00 (first) bet has to be placed at odds of Evens (2.00) or greater. Once it has been settled, you will receive your £30.00 in free bets within 48 hours.

You then have a total of 7 days to use your £30.00. Anything left after the 7 days, will expire.

Betfred are one of the most recognised brands in the bookmaking world, and are famous for offers like Goals Galore, and Double Delight and Hat-trick Heaven. If you like betting on football, a Betfred account is highly recommended.

Terms And Conditions

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* Your free bet will usually be available in your account within 24 hours of your bet being settled.
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* Previous account holders are not eligible for the free bet. Anyone opening a account that has previously held an account with us that is closed does not qualify for the free bet.
* All free bets are valid for 7 days after issue. Any free bet amount left unused after 30 days will be removed.
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* Free bet stake is not included in any returns and is non-withdrawable.
* Free bet offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.
* One free bet per household.
* Remote Betting rules apply.
* Non-runners and/or bets made void do not qualify as valid bets for your first bet. If your first bet is a non-runner and/or made void, you will not be eligible for a free bet.
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Hull favourites for the drop after Villa defeat

Somewhat surprisingly, despite being sixth from bottom, Hull City are tonight favourites with the online bookmakers to be relegated from the Premiership at a best price of 4/7 with Paddy Power (£50 Paddy Power Free Bet available to customers opening a new account). News of an injury to Jimmy Bullard might have some impact on these odds as he has been influential in getting Phil Brown’s men back on track lately, their record with and without him, I can imagine would be telling.

A good win for Portsmouth, followed up by 3 points for Wolves who beat Bolton 2-1 has seen the bottom of the Premier League close up, there is now just 7 points seperating the bottom eight clubs.

The bottom three sides in the league are not the same three represented in the betting with Hull and Portsmouth 4/6 with William Hill, and Wolves are 5/6 with Coral, collectively the bookies favourites for the drop.

Burnley are fourth favourites in the betting, but for me they are bottom 3 material far more than Hull are. I cannot see Burnley’s good home form continuing and their away form is appalling, the way they leak goals away from home will soon become telling and could be a drain on their confidence. They are a best price of 13/8 with Sky Bet for the drop which seems quite a big price considering most other bookies have them far shorter. VC Bet, Totesport and Paddy Power all have Burnley at 5/4.

Second from bottom Bolton are fifth favourites at 3/1 with Coral and Sky Bet suggesting that the online bookmakers think they have enough fight and Premier League experience to find their way out of trouble. Their result today might have anti Megson fans thinking different though.

West Ham are just 1 point and one place away from the bottom three. The bookies have them as sixth favourites at a best price of 5/1 with Boylesports and Betfred (£50 Betfred Free Bet is available to customers opening a new account). The hammers are an interesting bet as it is well known that they have financial difficulties and people will be speculating as to whether or not they will have to sell the likes of Green, Parker, Upson and Cole in the January transfer window.

As much of a blow as Carlton Cole being out injured until the end of January is to manager Zola, it could end up being a blessing in disguise if it puts off potential buyers during the transfer window. A fit Carlton Cole for the run-in could be invaluable to the Hammers. How they cope between now and the return of Cole could go a long way to deciding their fate.

Fifth from bottom and just 2 points clear of the drop zone, Everton, are as big as 25/1 to go down with Betfred showing that the online bookmakers still believe their position to be a false one, despite their crippling injury list. This could represent a good football trading opportunity as they can be backed at long odds for small stakes, and then if their position doesn’t improve, I can lay them for an online trading profit.

Wigan are 11/2 with Sky Bet and 5/1 with Sportingbet, Paddy Power and Bet365 and could be a decent bet. Their form is up and down at best, with notable defensive calamities like conceding 9 at Tottenham and 4 at Portsmouth, add to that an inexperienced manager who likes to play football on the deck and this season could prove a disaster for Dave Whelan who has said he will back Martinez even if they go down.

Birmingham seem to be flying at the moment after their 3-2 win over Wigan, they are up to eighth in the league but are still just behind Wigan in football betting at 6/1 with Bet365 and Betfred.

For me though Birmingham look a better bet to stay up than Wigan and in Alex McLeish they have a manager who will fight his way to safety.