The US Open get underway on Monday, with action taking place at Flushing Meadows over the next two weeks. With a flurry of bets expected to be placed on some of the best players in both the men’s and women’s game, a whole host of bookmakers are offering new promotions surrounding the popular tournament in New York. Betsafe are just one of those to do so, with their latest offer seeing customers offered 20% back on all net losses throughout the entirety of the competition.
With the likes of Rafa Nadal, Roger Federer, Garbiñe Muguruza and Karolina Pliskova set to battle it out for the major prizes in the men’s and women’s draws, there is plenty of opportunities for customers when it comes to wagering on the final major tennis tournament of the year. However, given the surprise results that we have already seen, as well as the strength in depth in both sides of the draw, having such an insurance from Betsafe is certainly worth taking advantage of. The popular bookmakers are offering 20% back on all accumulated US Open net losses, up to a maximum of £50. For those looking to utilise this offer on action at Flushing Meadows over the next two weeks, let’s take a closer look at the terms and conditions surrounding this promotion
20% Back on All Net Losses: Terms & Conditions
The US Open runs from Monday 28th August until Sunday 10th September, with customers required to simply click on the ‘TAKE PART’ tab at any time between these dates. In order to qualify, customers must place a minimum of six bets on the US Open, with Betsafe providing 20% back on all net losses throughout the competition, up to a maximum of £50. Paid out in the form of cash, this will be credited by Betsafe by 23:59 CET on the 11th September 2017.
Those qualifying for this cashback offer will be notified with a message in their account at Betsafe, with this promotion making up for the times when your selection surprisingly crashes out of the competition.
So what are you waiting for? Log into your Betsafe account today, before placing at least six bets throughout the event in New York. It could well be the best decision you make, whether you are a tennis fan or simply looking to make some serious money.