Paddy Power Free £250 Bet Offer for Cheltenham

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Free Paddy Power £250 Free Bet offer

paddy-powerOpen a new account, place a bet up to a maximum of £50 and we will match it with a free bet of the same value.
Place a further 4 bets and get another free bet for your average stake up to a maximum of £50.
After another 5 bets you will receive another free bet to a maximum of £50, this continues until you have received a total of 5 free bets to a maximum of £50 each time.
Free bets do not count as one of the qualifying bets towards further free bets.
Qualifying bets must be placed at odds of 1/2 or greater, this also applies for combined odds on multiples.

Valid for new customers only.
Free Bet stakes not included in returns.
Valid for bets placed on paddypower.com sportsbook only, not valid for lotteries or totepool betting.

http://cheltfe.st/paddy250

Paddy Power Money Back Special Cheltenham Offer

hurricane-fly-cheltenhamPaddy Power has revealed that his big Cheltenham Festival money-back-special this year is all about Hurricane Fly – and we reckon it could be their best ever horse racing offer.

They are tempting punters in by offering to refund all losing bets on the Champion Hurdle if 2011 winner and 7/4 favourite Hurricane Fly wins the contest.

This means anyone looking to take on the Irish hot-pot can do so in the knowledge that they will not lose any of their stakes, up to a £100, if Hurricane Fly, who finished third last season, runs out the victor.

Paddy Power were hit very hard last year by Sprinter Sacre, who was their money back special last year in the Racing Post Arkle Chase, as he romped clear to reportedly cost the bookmaker over £3million.

Plus Paddy Power are offering new customers free bets up to £200.

Champion Hurdle Odds 2013 Hurricane Fly (3.25), Zarkandar (5.5), Rock On Ruby (6), Grandouet (7), Binocular (12), Cinders And Ashes (13), Countrywide Flame (17), Cotton Mill (26), Khyber Kim (67), Balder Succes (101)

Paddy Power Refunds £2m as Sprinter Sacre Wins Arkle

Paddy Power have refunded a record breaking £2 million in losing bets placed on today’s Racing Post Arkle Chase after their pledge to give punters their money back if favourite Sprinter Sacre won at Cheltenham came to fruition and triggered the multi-million pound pay-out, the biggest ever of its kind across the UK & Irish betting industry.

The total pay-out on the race was even greater as Sprinter Sacre was returned the heavily backed 8/11 favourite, sparking a further £2.7m pay-out on top of the refund, resulting in a combined pay-out close to £5m.

This was the fourth consecutive year of such a generous offer from Paddy Power with the favourite failing to oblige on each previous occasion, but the luck of the Irish finally ran out this time around.

Cousin Vinny (9/4) in 2009, Dunguib (4/5) in 2010 and Cue Card (7/4) last year have all prevented a multi-million pound payout from Paddy Power when going off as heavy favourites in the Supreme Novices’ Hurdle in recent years only to fail to deliver the goods.

Paddy Power himself said: “This money back special has proved our most popular ever and frankly we’ve dodged the bullet for far too long! It’s the first day of Cheltenham so we’re happy to give our punters the best possible start to the Festival!”

Don’t forget that Paddy Power are also offering free bets to the total of £200 for the Cheltenham Festival
http://www.cheltenham-festival.com/paddy-power/2012/03/13/paddy-power-increases-free-bet-from-20-to-200-for-cheltenham-festival/

Paddy Power increases free bet from £20 to £200 for Cheltenham

Paddy Power increases free bet for Cheltenham

Paddy Power really value Cheltenham punters and have increased their free bet from £20 to a maximum £200. You should really take advantage of this Cheltenham offer. In addition check Paddy Power for Cheltenham Festival money back offers.

Open a new account, place a bet up to a maximum of £50 and Paddy Power will match it with a free bet of the same value.

Place a further 4 bets and get another free bet for your average stake up to a maximum of £50.

After another 5 bets you will receive another free bet to a maximum of £50, this continues until you have received a total of 4 free bets to a maximum of £50 each time.

Free bets do not count as one of the qualifying bets towards further free bets.

Qualifying bets must be placed at odds of 1/2 or greater, this also applies for combined odds on multiples.

Please check their site for terms and conditions.

 

 

Paddy Power 18-1, all 4 ‘super’ Cheltenham defending champions win

@pphorseracing Paddy Power rates the chances of all four ‘big’ defending champions – Hurricane Fly, Sizing Europe, Big Buck’s & Long Run – managing to do so at the Cheltenham Festival at 18-1, while it is a 16-1 shout that none do so.

How many of the big four champions will retain their Cheltenham crowns

Paddy Power: 11-8 exactly two, 5-2 exactly one, 11-4 exactly three, 16 none, 18 all four

Paddy Power Cheltenham Money Back Specials

One of the most distinctive features of betting with paddypower is the famous ‘Money–Back Specials’ offered on a range of different markets daily. However, for the Cheltenham festival Paddy Power are offering several betting specials.

Friday 1.30pm Cheltenham – JCB Triumph Hurdle
Even Jessica Fletcher would struggle to discover the winner of the Triumph. So, to give you a helping hand paddy power are paying out on the first FOUR PLACES in this race. That’s 1-2-3-4 Places at 1/4 odds.

Friday 2.05pm Cheltenham – Vincent O’Brien County Hurdle, The Vincent O’Brien County Hurdle is Cheltenham’s very own cavalry charge so to make it easier to land a winner Paddy Power are paying out on the first FIVE PLACES in this race. That’s 1-2-3-4-5 Places at 1/4 odds.

Albert Bartlett Hurdle Odds – Robin The Bookies!
Some people associated with the Cheltenham Festival often describe it as the “racehorse Olympics” and trainer Robin Dickin has echoed that sentiment in the build up to the Albert Bartlett Hurdle. Luckily, we haven’t had an equine Ben Johnson or a Caster Semenya yet. Sure, in the latter’s case, how could we tell? (Quevega could be a prime candidate in the manner she won) Ehem… and it’s a good job Moonlit Path didn’t turn up at Prestbury Park. Anyway, Restless Harry is Dickin’s chief contender to win gold at the Festival and he admits himself he’s quite “bullish” about his chances. “I can assure anyone who wants a little bet on him that he will go there in magnificent order,” he said. You won’t be Harr-d up if he wins the Albert Bartlett! Fri 2.40pm C4/RTE