US Masters Betting Offer – Losing Bets Refunded if Bryson Dechambeau wins at Augusta

US Masters betting offer

The 2020 US Masters takes place this week, starting on Thursday 12th November, and 888Sport have unveiled their money back special US Masters betting offer.

If your bet loses but current favourite Bryson Dechambeau wins the Masters, 888Sport will refund your losing bet as a free bet, up to £50.

This offer is available to all 888Sport customers but if you do need an account, you can also get the 888Sport bet £10 get £30 sign-up bonus to help with your Masters bets this week.

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US Masters Refund if your bet loses offer

The US Masters is one of the biggest sporting events of the year and 888Sport are leading the way with this money back offer if Bryson Dechambeau wins at Augusta.

The maximum refund you can claim from this offer and it applies to the pre-tournament outright winner market. If your bet loses but Dechambeau wins, then you will get the cost of your bet refunded in the form of a US Masters free bet up to £50.

The minimum bet in this is just £1 win or £1 each-way (£2 in total) and the maximum refund you can get is £50.

Read our US Masters betting tips for help with who to bet on at Augusta this week.


How to claim the Dechambeau US Masters refund offer at 888Sport:

1 Go to 888Sport

2 Sign-up or log into your account

3 Place a bet of up to £50 on the outright winner market

4 If your bet wins, you will be paid out in cash

5 If your bet loses, but Dechambeau wins the Masters, you will get a refund as a free bet up to £50


US Masters Offer T&Cs 

 18+. Promotional available until first tee shot of the first round of the tournament. Qualifying stakes on ‘Finishing Position’ only – Min Stake £1 Win – Each Way bets qualify with a stake of £1 each way (£2 in total). Eligible losing Bets will only be refunded up to £50 per member if Bryson DeChambeau wins the 2020 Masters. Free Bets will be credited within 72 hours of the tournament conclusion and will be valid for 7 days. Withdrawal restrictions & full T&Cs apply.


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