Coral: American Football Insurance (Money Back On Losing 4-folds)

American Football

American Football has been getting more and more coverage in the UK in recent years, with some of the bigger games now being shown live on either Sky and Channel 4, albeit it in the middle of the night (UK time). There are even three NFL games taking place at Wembley Stadium as part of an international series:

  • Oakland Raiders v Miami Dolphins – 18:00, 28th September 2014
  • Atlanta Falcons v Detroit Lions – 13:30, 26th October 2014
  • Dallas Cowboys v Jacksonville Jaguars – 18:00, 9th November 2014

With this in mind, Coral have recently announced a new American Football betting promotion aimed at those of you who fancy a flutter on the game – money back on losing 4-fold accumulators (or higher) if only one of the legs loses.

The offer applies to spread bets (a handicapped match winner market – not to be confused with leveraged spread betting) on both NFL (Professional) and NCAA (College) games, or you can go for a combination of the two.

In order to be eligible for the refund, the bet must be placed as a straight accumulator with four or more legs made up of only American Football matches – Lucky 15 or other permutation bets don’t count, neither do accumulators that include events from others sports.

Refunds are credited as a free bet and are triggered when only one of your selections loses – so you get three correct out of four in a fourfold or four correct out of five in a fivefold (and so on). For the purposes of this promotion, void bets don’t count as a loss.

The maximum refund you can receive is £25 which will be credited to your account automatically upon settlement of your bet. You can also take advantage of this promotion in person in a Coral shop, provided you have a Coral Connect loyalty card (in this scenario, your free bet will be credited to your Coral Connect card within 24 hours).

That’s pretty much it – now all that’s left is to brush on on the rules, crack open a bottle of Budweiser and buy the biggest bag of potato chips (crisps to you and me) that you can find!