Bet365 Non Runner No Bet 2016 Cheltenham Festival Races

There’s less than two months to go to the magnificent Cheltenham Festival gets under way, and this is the time of the year when the bookmakers start pushing their Festival offers.

Usually the first promotion off the shelf, is making big race Antepost bets, all Non Runner No Bet.

This year is no different, with bet365 making the four marque race Non Runner No Bet, they are offering this on the Champion Hurdle, The Queen Mother Chase, the World Hurdle, and the Cheltenham Gold Cup.

Where bet365 are differing from the main pack, is that they are also offering Non Runner No Bet on a fifth race, the Ryanair Chase. The Willie Mullins trained Vautour is the current favourite for the Ryanair, but there is a possibility that he might run in the Gold Cup.

Bet365 Non Runner

Most bookies are only offering Non Runner No Bet on the four main races at Cheltenham. The Ryanair Chase is a now a big prestigious race in it’s own right, which is why bet365 have extended their offer to cover this race. In all honesty, there are that many big races at the Festival these days, that they could have chosen one of many races to extend this offer too.

Most of the 28 races at the 2016 Cheltenham Festival will be screened live on Channel 4, meaning there will be plenty of chances to grab some free bets from bet365 (new and existing customers) by taking advantage of the bet365 Channel 4/1 promotion.

This offer is available to all bet365 customers, even if you only open a new account on the day you want to use the offer. All you need to do is back a winner at odds of 4/1 or greater on a race shown live on Channel 4, and if it wins, bet365 will give you a free bet on the next race to the same value (up to a maximum of £50.00).

You can keep on using this offer, as if the next horse also wins at 4/1 (or greater), you will get another free bet to use on the Cheltenham Festival. This is just one of the many excellent customer retention offers you get with as a bet365 customer.

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