Netbet – 20% Capital One Cup and FA Cup Cashback

  • Opt-In Required.

    Bet on any of the Capital One Cup or FA Cup matches this week and you’ll get cashback of 20% up to £50 on net losses!

    This is open to all cup matches this week, and if you place bets of at least £20, you will receive 20% cashback on your net losses up to £50.

    To participate, sign into your NetBet account, register for the promotion below and bet on any Capital One or FA Cup matches to be eligible to earn cashback on your net losses.

    NOTE: Only single bets with minimum odds of 1.60 on the Capital One Cup and FA Cup matches are eligible for this promotion.

    Terms Below

    Players must opt in using the opt in button before 18:00 (GMT) 10.01.16 to receive their bonus. Failure to do this, or failure to adhere to the other terms and conditions, will result in the bonus not being credited.
    Only single bets with minimum odds of 1.60 on the FA Cup and Capital One cup are eligible for this promotion.
    Players who place bets of at least £20 can receive up to 20% cashback on total net losses for bets on these matches (total stake – winnings).
    The maximum bonus that can be received is £50.
    Players will receive their bonus within 72 hours of the promotion ending.
    Your bonus will be available to use for 7 days upon receiving it.
    You must complete rollover on the bonus within 7 days of receiving it. If the rollover is not completed, any funds held in your bonus balance will be forfeited.
    Customers must roll over their bonus (x3) on sporting events with odds of at least 1.60 (for combination/system bets, each selection must also be with odds of at least 1.60) before being able to withdraw the bonus amount.
    If you still have rollover to complete on an existing bonus, you must clear it meeting the specific wagering requirements of that bonus, before completing rollover on your next bonus.
    The bonus balance will be removed in case of a withdrawal request before the completion of the wagering conditions.
    Forecast/Tricast bets on horse racing DO NOT count towards rollover of the bonus.
    Only players from the UK are eligible for this promotion.
    Cancelled bets will be excluded when bonuses are calculated.
    Bonus abusers will be excluded from any bonuses given.
    NetBet Sport reserves the right to cancel or amend this offer at any time.

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    Tony 11

    How did the last Netbet promo end up? Everyone get their refunds?

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    silverbirch 0

    not yet

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    Tony 11

    hmmm… will give this a miss then I think 🙁

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    Dockie 4

    Think I read somewhere that the promotion ended at midnight last night and that free bets will be credited within 72 hours. No sign of mine yet, but i’m not worrying.

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    roly24 10

    Not yet – their administration isn’t the quickest traditionally.

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    jamiea
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    Net bet is turning into one of the most profitable for me, as long as you read the terms and pick and choose offers.

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    Rose88 0

    HI, I contacted them today, they said if you opt in before placing bet and met the T&C, the free bet will be in your account on Thurs…Finger X…

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    Coco Popo 0

    They usually come good, you just need to read the t&cs.

    These cashback ones are great if you are already meeting another WR and then you just get another 20% bonus later.

    Or you can think of it as an “IF” bet, just need to find an appropriate match.

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    RyanB 11

    Could anyone explain the best way to go about this kind of bet please? Cheers guys!

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    Drogs 0

    The way I am thinking of doing it as entering it into the calculator as a ‘risk-free bet’ with a back stake of 250 and a cashback of 40 (or whatever you think you will extract from the £50 cashback)

    So you are effectively underlaying to account for the bonus you will get if your bet loses.

    Obviously the liabilities will be extremely high if the odds are too high so I am looking at the draw for Liverpool Stoke to guarantee around £20 profit

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    jamiea
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    Is it worth opting in then using these matches to meet the new years rollover?

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    Coco Popo 0

    I would treat it as a normal bet, but underlay it to a zero loss if the bookie wins. So you lose if the exchange wins, but this is made up for by the free £50 (if you bet £250).

    You can also win bonuses with bonuses.

    It looks like the £25 losing bet bonus refund is in now too.

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    aNtis0ciaL 9

    If it helps peoples confidence, I forgot to opt in for the new year bet, logged a ticket and they said I should still get my free bet. Checked today and I have my £25 bonus for the losing bet. Nothing but praise for NetBet, their Advent calendar during December was great

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    toonjangles 0

    My freebet is in now and I was accidentally running it at the same time as the cashout bonus 🙂

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    Pavlon 3

    Am I right in saying we can bet on as many of the matches as we want, and still get the 20% back if it loses? The Blog suggests we can only do it once, but the terms lead me to think otherwise?

    Cheers

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