What Does “Risk Free Bet” mean?

A risk free bet is a bet that you have no risk of losing. If you win the bet, you receive cash. If you lose the bet, it is credited back to your account as cash with a 1x rollover. The 1x rollover means you need to wager that same amount one time before you can withdraw.

Rules around risk free bets:

  • Risk free bets apply to straight wagers only (bet against the spread, Moneyline or over / under).
  • You cannot parlay a risk free bet.
  • Only your first cash bet qualifies.
  • Your risk free bet must be cash, you cannot use Free Play.
  • No Live Betting. No point buying.
  • MyBookie will specify if the risk free bet applies to bets Against the Spread (ATS), Moneyline, Total or all three.

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