Supreme novice hurdle offers

The first race of the 2016 Cheltenham festival will be the Supreme novice hurdle and the bookies are lining up their offers for new and existing customers. They’re keen to get the festival off to a good start and Sky Bet are first out of the stalls with their cracking offer the covers the first race every day of the festival. There really are some top offers around to make your money go further!

2016 Supreme novice hurdle offers

Sky Bet – This is a cracking money back offer for the Supreme Novice Hurdle – get your money back as a free bet if your horse doesn’t win. Thats right – Sky Bet are willing to make sure the first race of the festival is a winner for every customer! This applies to single bets only and your first bet on the race is the qualifying bet – Maximum £25 – covers new and existing customers! The offer is available on desktop, mobile and via the Sky Bet app. New customers can get a £20 free bet when you register and bet £5.

Click here for £20 free from Sky Bet

Sky bet Cheltenham offer

William Hill – This has been described by the top brass at William Hill as their biggest ever Cheltenham offer and gives you a chance of a £25 free bet if you lose. This offer is quite a simple one – have a bet on the Supreme novice hurdle and if it doesn’t win you’ll get a free bet of up to £25 for the Ultima business solutions handicap chase at 2.40. You’ll need to make sure you claim your free bet quickly as you’ve got about an hour to get it placed. If you’re new to William Hill you can get £30 in free bets when you register and bet just £10!

Click here for £30 in free bets from William Hill

Supreme novice hurdle offer

Paddy Power – When jockey Ruby Walsh was told of this offer his reply was “I guess Paddy doesn’t like money”. Paddy’s seemingly gone crazy and they’re giving punters their money back (as a free bet) if odds on favourite Douvan (ridden by Walsh) wins the Supreme novice hurdle. But thats not all! They’re also going you your money back if Un De Sceaux wins the Arkle. Ruby Walsh describes these two horses as his best bet for the whole festival. If you’ve not got a Paddy Power account you can bag £20 in free bets when you bet a tenner!

Click here for £20 free from Paddy Power

Paddy Power supreme and arkle offer

The maximum refund is £50 per race and it only covers the win market. If you back an each way bet its only the win part that will be returned and its for single bets only.