Refund if Final 10 Minutes proves too much for your NRL Selection
July 23, 2015
Your team’s up by 10 points with 10 minutes to play. The bet you put on is looking all but secure as you smile with self-gratitude. But as the time ticks away your side switches off. They concede a try and in the dying seconds the opposition scores again. The match winning conversion means your bet loses and the grin you had only moments ago has turned into a frown.
The above scenario has happened to many times to punters in the NRL this season so CrownBet’s doing their best to help their clients out. The bookmaker has an offer on every game in round 20 that will see customers receive a bonus bet if the team they back loses after leading at the 70 minute mark. Simply select sides on CrownBet’s head to head market on the NRL this round and if your choice leads with 10 minutes to play but gets defeated, you’ll be refunded with a bonus bet, equal to your stake, up to $50. The offer is valid for your first bet on the market per match.
Some Shorts Prices in Round 20
Both Friday night games sees CrownBet’s 2 Premiership favourites in contention and both are paying under $1.15 to win their respective matches. Ladder leaders Brisbane host the struggling Titans, while the third placed Roosters face cellar dwellers Wests Tigers. Reigning Premiers Souths are another side under $1.20 this weekend, they’ll take on Newcastle at ANZ Stadium on Saturday night. Saturday’s other fixtures sees $1.30 favourites Warriors meet Manly across the ditch, while the Storm battle the Dragons in Melbourne. The home side who racked up a half century at AAMI park last round are paying around $1.40 to hand St George Illawarra a seventh straight loss.
Penrith play Canberra in Sunday’s early kick off. The Raiders are even money to win on the road while the Panthers price is $1.80 to bounce back after being mauled by Melbourne. Canterbury and Cronulla clash in Sunday’s second match. The Bulldogs are $1.40 favourites while the Sharks who’ve won 3 of their last 4 away games are $3 outsiders. The biggest underdogs of the round are the Eels. They’re almost $8.50 upset the Cowboys in Townsville. North Queensland who sit second on the ladder are less than $1.10 to win.
So have a few head to head NRL bets this weekend. It doesn’t matter which sides you select or how much they lead by with 70 minutes gone on the clock. If your team is in front and loses, you’ll get a refund from CrownBet.