Sky Money back if Fav wins 4.05 at Kempton 9th Dec

  • Sky doing their money back if Fav wins tomorrow’s 04:05 at Kempton. No prices as yet

  • Pickle 56

    Favourite is 2.1 atm

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    Dockie 1

    Looks like it’ll be Mr Quicksilver. Evens on the Racing Post app (hills).

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    Tony 8

    Someone had best explain how to take advantage of this offer…

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    kjillman 1

    Tony just a punt, you hope the favourite wins so try and get back and lay odds close as possible on any other horse. They had one like this last month and the favourite stormed home.

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    Andy 0

    Tony – To guarantee a profit back/lay an outsider then lay the favourite.

    You could also just back/lay and hope the fav wins.

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    Rich1982 0

    Andy – Would you underlay at the exchange, as if the favourite wins you’ll cancel out the free bet with the loss at the exchange?

    Also, it’s a good one to qualify you for the free £5 from the sky bet club.

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    Andy 0

    Rich1982 – I will do an example with made up odds. Say you lose £2 qualifying. You know you can get £20 from a £25 free bet.

    If the fav is at evens on smarkets and you lay the fav for £10 to win £9.80 if the fav loses(minus the qualifying loss).
    If it wins you lose £10 on smarkets but get a £25 free bet so you can make £10 profit minus the qualifying loss.

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    Guppyboy 0

    Andy is right, you are backing and over-laying the favourite to guarantee a profit. I suspect £6 – £8 profit will be a likely outcome though it all depends on how good you can get the lay odds.

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    Rich1982 0

    Thanks Andy,

    I figured that was the case but i’m a fairly new to all this so just wanted to check.

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    Guppyboy 0

    Rich, I’m wrong! Backing and overlaying the favourite is NOT a good idea. It always pays to read the terms & conditions carefully. Key point:

    2. Refund on losing singles and the win part of each way singles only.

    This means there’s no point overlaying the favourite, because if it wins you don’t get the free bet! Much better to stick to Matt’s strategy (which I see he has just posted). It also pays to check everything with the terms and conditions 🙂

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    Andy 0

    I never suggested backing the fav, only laying it. You back/lay a different horse to qualify for the offer.

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    aNtis0ciaL 4

    Has anyone managed to find any back / lay losing less than £2? I can’t get close

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    mike j 8

    Thanks Andy. I didn’t think of doing it that way

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    kjillman 1

    giving this a miss, 10 mins before the off odds are dreadful!

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    78naD 2

    Waiting for odds to tighten but this is shocking.

    It’s a fact that when bookies run an offer on an event they have high margins for themselves to balance things.

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