AFL Cash Back Special

The AFL is back in full swing and so is Ladbroke’s cash back offer on the footy. 

Back any team on Ladbroke’s head to head market in any Round 3 AFL match and if your teams boots the first goal but lose the game, you’ll get your money back up to $100.

That’s right your first head to head wager on each match will be refunded if your selection loses after grabbing the game’s first major.

How many times already this season have you seen your selection start well but finish the game on the wrong end of the scoreline?  Lucky Ladrokes members who’ve backed their side head to head have at least had their money returned.

Will we see more side boot the first major before going on to lose in round 3?

Ladbrokes is one of the biggest names in the sports betting industry.

The Bookmkaer is one of the largest betting companies in the United Kingdom and the Online Bookmaker launched a new Australian website in September 2013 to bring years of experience in the gambling industry to Australian punters.

Ladbrokes has over 9000 markets to bet on and finding your way around the website is easy. All newly registered customers signing up via will recieve a 100% match on their first bet up to a maximum of $250.

Ladbrokes Terms & Conditions for Above Offer:

The maximum bet for this promotion is $100.

Bets must be placed in the head to head market only.

Only the 1st bet placed in the head to head market of each match will be deemed eligible for this offer.

This refund will only apply if a player from the side you have backed kicks the opening goal of the game. Any behinds scored before the opening goal of the game are not relevant to this offer.

This offer is available for recreational punters only and clients not participating in the spirit of the promotion will be excluded.

Bets placed using bonus bets are not eligible for this promotion.

This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

This promotion is limited to one bet per person per game and one bet per household per game.

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