Updated: April 2019

Bet365: Amazing 2 Goals Ahead Early Payout Offer

5 April 2019

Here is your chance from Bet365 to win an early payout if the team you are supporting goes 2 goals ahead.

So how does it work?

In games from the Spanish Primera Liga, UEFA Europa League or the Premier League, you can jump in and place a pre-match single bet on the mach. These matches will be placed on the Full So Time Result market.

So if your chosen team scores 2 goals ahead at just any point in that match, Bet365 will pay out your bet in full irrespective of the outcome of the match; that is regardless of if the opposing team comes back to win the match or draw it.

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY

Only new customers can enjoy this offer.

Offer expires on Saturday 1st June 2019.

Bet365 will not recognize this offer in a situation where a stake has been fully cashed out. In the circumstance that you have partially cashed out a stake and your team goes two goals ahead, Bet365 will proceed to settle bet on the remaining active stake.

If you edit the qualifying bet via Bet365’s edit Bet feature prior to kick-off with your team going two goals ahead, Bet365 will settle the bet on the new stake.

In an event where you edit a bet to include or possibly make amendments to a selection for an event that is In-Play, Bet365 will disqualify you from this offer.

Goodluck

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