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Royal Ascot matched betting guide

Welcome to the Royal Ascot matched betting guide.

Royal Ascot is great for matched betting offers. Find out how to profit from this 5-day racing festival.

Race schedule

Royal Ascot racing takes place from Tuesday to Saturday every year in the middle of June. There are 7 races each day from Tuesday to Friday, plus 8 races on Saturday.

Official website: https://www.ascot.co.uk/

Reload offers

The selection of offers varies from year to year. Here is a selection of the top offers to expect:

BET365 – £50 matched free bet on 4/1 winner on every race at Royal Ascot.

PADDY POWER – Refund as a free bet (up to £10 online and or £20 in shops) if a selected horse wins. Available on at least one race each day.

BETWAY – Refund as a free bet on losers on the first race of each day (up to £10).

SKYBET – Refund as cash (up to £20) if your horse finishes 2nd, 3rd or 4th in the first race each day.

WILLIAM HILL – Money back as cash (up to £10) if your horse finishes second. Minimum odds 3/1.

BETFAIR SPORTSBOOK – ITV racing 3/1+ SP £25 matched free bet if you hit a winner.

BETFRED – Betfred Pushes price boosts. Typically available from 1030 to 1100 hrs and 1200 to 1230 hrs on Tuesday to Friday. The Saturday usually sees an extended ‘bonus hour’ from 0930 to 1100 hrs, plus a ‘bonus lunch’ from 1200 to 1230 hrs.

Also, look out for enhanced odds specials from various bookmakers.

Extra place offers

Use the OddsMonkey Extra Place Matcher to find extra place races each day.

There will be several extra places races each day. Most races are at 1/5 the odds each-way, which will provide some excellent opportunities.

See the extra places guide for how to tackle horse racing extra places.

Matched betting tools

OddsMonkey Racing Matcher will show the best odds for the most popular offers.

Check out the matched betting forums and threads. See The Money Shed and MoneySavingExpert for helpful communities.

OddsMonkey Each Way Matcher is great for finding each-way value. For either backing and laying or as an advantage play.

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