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Six Nations Special from Betway

Rugby Union 21 February 2019

Betway are offering to double your winnings if you bet on a first try-scorer and they go on to score again.

Six Nations Double Winnings Special

The Six Nations is into the third round now and so we are all starting to get a little more confident in our betting.

With this promotion you place a £2 (or higher) first try-scorer bet, and if your winning selection goes on to score again, Betway will double your winnings as a Free Bet up to £100.

If you need to know more about free bets then we recommend you read our guide on the subject here.

Here are some terms and conditions:

  1. Minimum stake: £2
  2. Maximum Free Bet: £100 
  3. Applies to single bets on the First Tryscorer market on any match in the 2019 Six Nations.
  4. In the event that the first try is a penalty try, then the second try will count towards the promotion, and so on. Penalty tries will not count toward this promotion in any form.

Any winnings will be paid out within 24 hours of the player scoring the second try.

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