Customers new to Betway are entitled to Betway welcome offers of up to £10 in the form of free bets when registering with the Betway Cheltenham promo code.
Betway Offer T&Cs: *New customers only. Min Deposit: £10. First deposit matched up to £10. 1 x wagering at odds of 1.75+ to unlock Free Bet. Debit Card & PayPal deposits only. This offer is valid for 7 days from your new account being registered. Terms apply.
Betway Promo Code Offer
Here’s an introduction to the Betway welcome offer and to the most important information about the Betway Cheltenham odds:
|Bonus Type||Bonus Description||Betway Promo Code|
|Betway Welcome Bonus||Up to £10 in Free Bets||First £10-£30 bet matched|
|Minimum First Bet||£10||Conditional upon the placement of qualifying bet|
|Minimum Odds||1.75 (3/4)||18+|
|Maximum Free Bet||£10||New customers only|
|Free Bets Valid For:||7 days||From receiving|
Customers who open a new account with the Betway promo code can take advantage of the Betway new customer offer that compliments Cheltenham odds. The Betway welcome offer has a value of up to £10 in the form of free bets. This Betway welcome bonus is subject to the following Terms & Conditions:
- New customers in the UK and Ireland.
- 100% matched first deposit bonus.
- Register with the promo code.
- Minimum deposit of £10 within 7 days of opening an account.
- Free bet is credited once the initial deposit has been made.
- The maximum free bet is £10.
- Odds restrictions of 1.40 (each way and system bets) and 1.75 (singles).
- Free bets must be used within 7 days.
- Betway general Terms & Conditions apply.
The Betway new customer offer is transparent and achievable. The time limits and odds restrictions are not too demanding. The free bets can be placed on Cheltenham odds. This Betway offer is modest in value compared to similar offers but the qualifying conditions are easy to meet.
Betway Cheltenham 2020 Offer
At the time of writing the following Betway Cheltenham offers and promotions were available for all customers:
Betway Cheltenham Money Back For Losing Bets
Customers with Betway will have stakes returned as a free bet if the horse they back in the first or last race at Cheltenham all four days does not win. The maximum free bet for each race is £10. The free bet will be credited within 24 hours so can be used for Betway Cheltenham betting the following day.
Each customer can claim two free bets on each day of the Festival for a total of £20. The qualifying bets are win and each way singles with a stake unit of £2 or more.
The qualifying races are the scheduled 1.30 and 5.30 at Cheltenham from March 10th to 13th inclusive. The refunds are the main Betway Cheltenham offer for existing customers.
Betway Cheltenham Non Runner/No Bet
Another Cheltenham 2020 offer is non runner/no bet on the feature race on each day of the festival.
Usually if a backed horse in ante post betting is withdrawn before the day of the race all stakes are lost. However, Betway will refund stakes if a backed horse does not run in a specific race.
This offer encourages Cheltenham ante post betting because customers know the horse will count as a non-runner if it is taken out of a race. Some horses appear in ante post lists for more than one betting so NRNB is security against backing the horse for the wrong race.
Betway Cheltenham Odds
Betway Cheltenham odds are comprehensive because customers can place ante post bets on all 28 races at the Cheltenham Festival in March 2020. The odds are competitive and standard place terms apply. The number of payout places and the proportion of the odds depend on the type of race and number of runners.
Customers with Betway can take the price of a horse at the time of placing the bet or have bets settled at the Starting Price.
Prices are subject to change when there is a significant non-runner. Betting limits mean customers can place big bets for the Betway Cheltenham races.
On the day of the race Straight Forecast, Reverse Forecast and Tricast bets can be placed on races at the Cheltenham Festival. For some races Betway could offer extra places if they are competitive.
Cheltenham 2020 Schedule
Here is the schedule for each day of Cheltenham 2020:
Tuesday March 10th
1.30 The Sky Bet Supreme Novices’ Hurdle Race
2.10 Racing Post Arkle Challenge Trophy Steeple Chase
2.50 The Ultima Handicap Steeple Chase
3.30 The Unibet Champion Hurdle Challenge Trophy
4.10 The Close Brothers Mares’ Hurdle Race
4.50 The Northern Trust Company Novices’ Handicap Chase
5.30 The National Hunt Steeple Chase Challenge Cup
Wednesday March 11th
1.30 The Ballymore Novices’ Hurdle Race
2.10 The RSA Insurance Novices’ Steeple Chase
2.50 The Coral Cup Hurdle
3.30 The Betway Queen Mother Champion Steeple Chase
4.10 The Glenfarclas Cross Country Steeple Chase
4.50 The Boodles Juvenile Handicap Hurdle Race
5.30 The Weatherbys Champion Bumper
Thursday March 12th
1.30 The Marsh Novices’ Chase
2.10 The Pertemps Network Final
2.50 Ryanair Chase
3.30 The Paddy Power Stayers’ Hurdle
4.10 The Brown Advisory & Merriebelle Stable Plate
4.50 The Festival Mares Novices’ Hurdle
5.30 The Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup Handicap Steeple Chase
Friday March 13th
1.30 JCB Triumph Hurdle
2.10 The Randox Health County Handicap Hurdle Race
2.50 The Albert Bartlett Novices’ Hurdle Race
3.30 The Magners Cheltenham Gold Cup Steeple Chase
4.10 The St. James’s Place Foxhunter Steeple Chase Challenge Cup
4.50 Johnny Henderson Grand Annual Handicap Chase
5.30 Martin Pipe Conditional Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle
Feature Cheltenham Races
On each day of Cheltenham 2020 there is a feature race at 3.30 which is the fourth race of the day.
Each feature race is a championship grade 1 contest and there are Betway odds. The four races are the most prestigious of the season in their discipline and the race trainers and jockeys want to win most.
Other than the Grand National, the main races on each day of Cheltenham are the most important of the season. The feature race from Tuesday to Friday is described below:
Tuesday – Champion Hurdle
The Champion Hurdle is the championship race for hurdlers and the most prestigious race of its kind in the world. Horses must jump accurately and at a certain speed where one jumping error can be costly.
The race has a history of producing multiple winners and a horse can run in the race a number of times. Horses aged five have a poor record because they are generally less experienced than their older rivals.
Wednesday – Champion Chase
The Champion Chase is the most prestigious race of the year over two miles for chasers. The race is often run at a fast pace which means jumping errors are damaging. In fact, the winner must clear each obstacle at speed and without making mistakes.
This is another race in which horses appear over a number of years because it requires special attributes. It is rare for a horse to regain the Champion Chases title and it takes a special horse to win the race more than once.
After the Cheltenham Gold Cup and Grand National the Champion Chase is the most important of the season.
Thursday – Stayers’ Hurdle
The Stayers Hurdle is the most important long distance hurdle race of the season. It is run over three miles. Even after the obstacles have been jumped the uphill finish requires great stamina and only the toughest prevail after this three miles race.
The winner is often sent chaser and becomes the leading contender for the following year’s Gold Cup. However, it takes an outstanding horse to win at Grade 1 level over hurdles and fences. Horses have run in more than one stayers’ hurdle because the demands are tough and only few can compete.
Cheltenham Gold Cup
The Cheltenham Gold Cup is the Blue Riband of chasing and the most important chase of the year. Unlike the Grand National, the Gold cup is not a handicap so horses run off level weights.
Betway Cheltenham betting is the biggest of the year on the Gold Cup. In fact, the Grand National is the only jumps race that is more popular for betting.
The winner of the previous year’s novice championship race for stayers often becomes a leading contender for the Gold Cup but few horses have won both races. The winners of the Gold Cup have poor records in subsequent races.
The Champion Bumper is the championship race for National Hunt bred Flat horses and the cross country race is run in the centre of the course over a variety of obstacles.
Cheltenham also features championship races for hurdlers and chasers over a variety of distances.
The Cheltenham Festival is the most important jumps meeting of the season and there is a comprehensive Betway odds service.
Cheltenham 2020 FAQ
Here are some of the most common questions related to Betway odds and the Betway promo code:
Is there a promo code for the Betway offer?
When customers join, there is a field on the sign up screen for the Betway promo code.
When is the Cheltenham Festival 2020?
Tuesday, March 10th to Friday, March 13th.
How many races are there at Cheltenham?
There are 7 races on four cards which means 28 in total and there are currently Cheltenham odds for each race.
Are there Betway Cheltenham offers?
Customers with Betway have stakes returned for losing bets in the first and last race on all four days of the festival.
Does Betway offer NRNB?
Betway offers non-runner/no bet for the feature races at the Cheltenham Festival.
Who are the jockeys to follow at Cheltenham 2020?
Betway Cheltenham top jockey odds suggest Ruby Walsh, Barry Geraghty and Davy Russell are the jockeys to follow at Cheltenham.
Who are the trainers to follow at Cheltenham 2020?
The trainers with the best recent records are Willie Mullins, Gordon Elliott, Nicky Henderson and Paul Nichols.