US Open Special

Sportsbet’s US Open Special will see bets on Australian golfers refunded, if they finish in the top 5, but don’t win the tournament.

Place an outright bet on any Australian golfer before the tournament starts and if he finishes in the top 5 without winning, Sportsbet will refund your bet (max $100, first bet.)

Set up in 1993, the Australian-based company also welcome new customers with a free bet of up to $250 upon registration.

Sportsbet also have dedicated customer support, which can be contacted by telephone, live chat, email or post.

Masters Refund Terms and Conditions:
1.The refund offer applies only to the Outright Winner market for the US Open placed over the Internet or on m.sportsbet.com.au, t.sportsbet.com.au or any Sportsbet.com.au mobile or tablet app. Only the 1st bet placed on the market will be deemed eligible for the offer.
2.Maximum one refund per customer, bets must be placed before the tournament begins. Live bets are excluded from the offer.
3.To be eligible, you must back an Australian in the Outright Winner market and the player your back must finish in the top 5 but must not win the tournament.
4.Free Bets placed are excluded from the Offer. Multibet wagers are excluded from the Offer.
5.The refund offer will equal the value of the Members bet stake to a maximum refund of $100 cash.
6.In the event of a tie for 5th place, all eligible Australian players which finish in 5th place will be refunded.
7.The refund will be credited to the member’s account as a separate cash transaction within 24 hours of the completion of the tournament.
8.To be eligible for Sportsbet.com.au promotions, customers must be Australian or New Zealand residents and bets must be placed in Australian or New Zealand dollars.
9.Sportsbet promotions are intended for recreational punters. Professional gamblers and members deemed by Sportsbet to be abusing the spirit of the promotion will not be eligible for refunds. Sportsbet reserves the right to make this promotion unavailable to Members considered to be abusing the promotion by any means.

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