William Hill's Click to Call Refund on Friday Footy

Get your money back from William Hill if your 'Click to call' AFL and NRL bets this Friday night lose.

How would you like your money back on a losing bets on Friday night? Well whether you’re punting on the NRL or AFL, William Hill have a cash back offer on your ‘click to call’ wagers.

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Click to Call Offer on Friday Footy

Make a ‘click to call’ bet on the round 26 NRL match between the Roosters and Rabbitohs, and if it loses but points are scored between 70 and 80 minutes, you’ll be refunded. That’s money back equal to your stake, up to $50 if either side scores in the final in the final 10 minutes of normal time. There is no limit to the number of live bets you place but only your first losing wager will be refunded. Click to call bets must be made with normal cash in William Hill Customers’ accounts; bonus bets will not be eligible for a refund. NRL isn’t your thing, but you’ll be all over the AFL? Perhaps you’ll be betting on both? Well the same Cash Back special is available on North Melbourne and Richmond’s round 23 AFL game; however William Hill Clients will be refunded their first losing live bet if any points are scored in the final 5 minutes of the contest

Tigers Tackle Kangaroos

Richmond’s showdown with North Melbourne at Etihad Stadium begins at 7.50pm AEST. The Tigers will be out for revenge after losing to the Kangaroos by 35 points in round 6. It was their fifth successive lost against the Roos with Richmond’s last victory against their opponents coming back in 2011. The home side is shooting for a fourth straight victory while North will be out to bounce back after their 7 game unbeaten streak ended at the hands of the Western Bulldogs last weekend. Both will be hoping to hit the finals in winning form!

Roosters Rabbitohs Rematch

The Roosters and Rabbitohs kick off at 7.45pm at Allianz Stadium. The Roosters have won their last 11 games and another triumph will see them secure the Minor Premiership. Souths will be out to avoid a third straight loss and are aiming to find some form ahead of the finals. The defending premiers beat the Chooks 34-26 in a thrilling encounter in round 2.