Money Back if England win World Cup 2010 with SkyBet

9th February 2010 | World Cup Betting category: World Cup Previews & Predictions
World Cup Previews & Predictions

SkyBet are offering a good early World Cup promotion which is worth taking advantage of. Fans of England will naturally want to see newly appointed captain Rio Ferdinand lift the trophy on July 11th, and online bookmakers SkyBet are offering an incentive for money back if that happens. If England win the cup, then SkyBet will refund all losing outright bets if England can repeat their moment of glory from 1966.

Qualifying bets will be singles placed on the outright winner market. Which means that if you back any other nation than England, and Fabio leads the nation to victory in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, you will get your money back. It is kind of a win-win situation, as if the nation you backed (other than England) comes up trumps, then you will make a profit. So imagine backing favourites Spain, and England meet them in the final. If you have backed Spain and England win, you’ll get your money back, and if Spain win, then you’ll be looking forward to some winnings.

Generously, SkyBet have back-dated the offer to bets placed before the World Cup draw, and outright winner bets placed before June 11th, the day of the big kick off in South Africa, will be eligible for this money back offer. The promotion is automatically activated when you place a single bet on the relevant market with SkyBet. What’s just as nice is that you can earn yourself a free £10 matched bet when you open your new account with SkyBet. When you place your first bet on, SkyBet will credit your account automatically, matching the value of your first bet, up to £10.

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