About the offer
What if you could place a £20 bet knowing that if it loses you get your full stake refunded in cash?
It might seem like a lot to stake on a bet, but if it loses, you get your £20 stake back in withdrawable cash.
If you would prefer not to deposit and place £20, you can get your money refunded in cash up to £20.
So, if you’d rather only bet £5 or £10, the same offer applies. If your first bet loses your stake will be refunded in cash.
SBK is a relatively new bookmaker, launched in 2019 as a sportsbook spin-off from betting exchange Smarkets.
There is a wide range of in-play betting and bet builder options on the app so plenty to use your money back bet on. There are also over 20 other sports to bet on including tennis, golf, and horse racing.
A unique feature of the app is the ability to follow tipsters and place bets based on their recommendations. Tipsters on the app are ranked according to their success rate, so you can see at a glance who’s the best to follow.
As with any new bookmaker, they must be aggressive to compete and gain a larger share of the market. This usually means competitive new customer offers and betting odds, so there is plenty of opportunity to take advantage.
Sign up below to get the £20 money back offer from SBK.
How you can use SBK’s £20 money back offer
So, you now know how it works. Your first bet after registration is refunded in cash if it loses, up to £20 stake.
So whether you only want to bet £5, £10 or the full £20, if your first bet loses it’s refunded in withdrawable cash.
Everyone’s different, there are three different ways you can approach this offer…
1. Play it safe and try to double your money
Go for something lower odds like an even (2.00) money single, double or treble. This can be an in-play, accumulator or bet builder.
If you stake £20 and win a bet at evens (2.00) it’ll return £40 (£20 profit), if it loses you get your stake refunded in cash.
It’s a safe way to use the offer giving you a very good chance of making a profit while having the safety net of getting your stake refunded if it loses.
2. Middle of the road, try and make a tidy but realistic profit
I would personally classify this option around the 10/1 level, maybe a four or five fold accumulator or a bet builder.
With a bet at 10/1 you’re giving yourself around 10% chance of winning but you know if it loses your stake is refunded.
So with a £20 stake you’re either returning £220 cash (£200 profit) or getting your £20 refunded in cash.
It’s a riskier bet but then the risk is eliminated because your stake is refunded.
3. Go big. Have a shot at winning big money knowing it’s refunded if you lose
Make it a throwaway bet, around the 50/1+ level. A very small chance of winning but if it does win it’s a mega return.
You know your stake is refunded if the bet loses so a £20 bet on a 50/1 wins £1020 (£1000 profit) or if it loses your £20 can be withdrawn back to your bank account.
You don’t need me to tell you it’s very unlikely your bet will win but the money back safety net is there to have a go anyway.
You might also need help knowing what to bet on so why not check out the latest football predictions from my expert betting scouts in the Prediction blog. Or, you can check out any of my latest tips on my Twitter.
I don’t hide the fact I get paid a referral fee if you sign up to a bookmaker offer I’m promoting on Andy’s Bet Club. However, I will only ever promote an offer I think is good value for the customer.
With this SBK offer, you get your stake refunded in cash if your first bet loses. If you have any questions or need any help with the offer, please don’t hesitate in dropping me a DM on Twitter.