April 18th, 2013
20 overs, plenty of runs, and masses of excitement; the Indian Premier League, the world’s showcase for Twenty20 cricket, has just begun, offering punters loads of opportunities to bet on matches and make a profit. To celebrate the start of the IPL season, Paddy Power Sports, one of the UK's biggest sports bookmakers, is offering a Money-Back Special on IPL match bets, meaning there's even less reason not to have a flutter on the cricket.
If any match in the IPL is decided by the final ball, Paddy Power Sports will refund all losing 'match winner' bets on that game, so you could get your entire stake back. But with the season set to reach its climax on 26th May, you've only got a limited time to make the most of this generous promotion.
The Money-Back Special applies to single bets placed before the first ball, and the refund is for 'match' bets only. In the 2nd innings, the chasing team must be within 6 runs of the target score before the last ball is bowled, and there is a maximum refund of £100 per customer. Additionally, the offer does not apply if the innings of the chasing team is reduced to fewer than 15 overs.
With IPL matches being fiercely contested every year, the excitement often comes down to the final over, so this promotion gives you a great chance to get your money back on losing bets. If 'match winner' bets aren't for you, however, Paddy Power Sports offers a wide range of other IPL betting markets, giving cricket fans the chance to bet on a variety of outcomes in every IPL game, such as:
So, if you're looking to bet on the IPL, now is a great time to head over to Paddy Power Sports to take advantage of the latest Money-Back offer.
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