The Standout Offer Over Melbourne Cup Carnival is Here!

We reveal the bookie with the most punter friendly offer across the Melbourne Cup Carnival.

Oddschecker
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Fri, 3 Nov, 12:22 AM

Looking to make the most of this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival? There’s plenty of value on offer if you know where to look.  Most bookies are running ‘2nd and 3rd bonus bet offers’ over the spring, whereby you’ll get your stake back (in bonus bets) if your horse runs a place in certain races – usually the early ones on the card.

 

But one bookie stands out as they’ve bucked the trend when it comes to providing bonus bets if you just fall short. UBET are offering punters real money back on races 1-5 at Flemington on all four days of the Melbourne Cup Carnival*! So no minimum $1.50 markets, no turnover requirements and nothing standing in your way if you want to withdraw. Which you can do through UBET retail outlets in QLD, SA, NT or TAS residents.

 

 

What’s more new customers who sign up via Oddschecker will get their first deposit amount matched in bonus bets up to $200** So that Prince of Penzance type Cup long shot you had your eye could be a no risk proposition.

 

 

 

Happy Punting,

 

Oddschecker

 

*Excludes NSW residents. Only available to Website and App customers. Other terms apply.

** Offer available to QLD, NT, TAS and ACT residents only.

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