William Hill Introduces a New In-Play Tennis Insurance to Help You Get 10% of Your Losses Back
As of Monday 21st of May, William Hill has activated a brand new in-play insurance for tennis which guarantees a 10% cashback on your in-play losses. The offer is available to all UK and Ireland players at William Hill and will be valid until further notice is issued by the operator.
In-Play Tennis Insurance
Take 10% of your losses on tennis bets back from the previous week paid to you as a free bet the next Monday by 12:00 (UK time). You could take up to £25 in free bets by claiming your insurance on all in-play tennis bets made via telebetting, text, internet and mobile. Remember to bet using Euros or Sterling (€/£) as only those bets will count towards the promotion.
The bets should be struck from Monday at 00:00 until Sunday 23:59 in order to count towards the promotion. Multiple bets and pre-match bets do not count, and the only bets that count towards the promo are Singles and In-Play bets. You must use funds from your Main William Hill Balance, and should not use any previous free bets in part or in whole, as those bets won’t be included as part of your losses, neither will cashed in bets.
Per week, you could win back a £25 in free bets which will be paid to your William Hill account at midday and which will be available for 4 days. You can use your free bets for betting on any sportsbook event, excluding lottery bets, pool and tote bets.
You should know that the free bets are non-refundable and cannot be withdrawn, they must be used. You cannot partially redeem your free bet, though, you must use it as a whole.
If you have previously been notified by William Hill that you are restricted to promotions, you cannot participate in the In-Play Tennis Insurance promotion. The promotion runs from 21st of May until further notice and it is available to all William Hill’s UK and Ireland players.
You get 10% net losses in free bets on the losses you had for the week, and you will get them on Monday after that week ends. The net loss is calculated as the sum of the stakes less the sum of the winnings from the bets. For instance, if you have staked a total of £400 and you receive a total return from those bets £350, your net loss would be £50, meaning your free bet £5.