Place a quaddie at Canterbury this afternoon. If you win three legs but lose a leg with your horse running second or third, sportsbet.com.au will match your stake with a free bet up to $50 (Limit one per member per venue)
Jack’s Fair Go Free Bet Offers
Wednesday November 17th – Quaddie Consolation
Place a quaddie at Canterbury this afternoon. If you win three legs but lose a leg with your horse running second or third, Jack will match your stake with a free bet up to $50 (Limit one per member per venue)
How to Claim your Fair Go Free Bet:
Jack likes members to check out his offers and send an email to claim your free bet. He loves to hear from people and let members know we have a team of people here to service your attentive observation of Jack’s “write-in to claim” bet promotion offers. Simply click here to send Jack an email. Include your account number and which offer you are claiming and Jack will fix your free bet for you.
Jack knows what it’s like to cop a bad beat on the punt. He’s endured every possible way of losing to some nasty outcome; from photo finishes, stewards protests, greyhounds biting each other or falling over, horses falling, jockeys butchering the run, clerical errors on bet results, goals kicked or missed on the siren, injured sports players, and he’s even had his winning bet cancelled due to seagulls flying over the track. Lastly, after buying a round of drinks for the bar when a massive trifecta sailed home, Jack suffered the ultimate indignity of an upheld protest – costing him the win and the drinks.
But like most punters, Jack brushes himself off and gets back on his horse each week for another crack at finding a winner.
His job at Sportsbet is to look after members. His favorite saying is “sometimes things need fix’n…Jack’s way!”. And, Jack’s way includes giving members a free bet when their punt goes sour. Remember, when betting with the TAB or other betting agencies – just compare what they do versus sportsbet.com.au – as Jack says “They won’t give you Jack, but Jack will give your money back“.