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The bookmaker continues to offer a refund on losing bets from the correct score, scorecast and half-time/full-time markets if the match finishes goalless

Having a bet on a match only to watch it end 0-0 can be pretty frustrating, but if your wager is with bet365 they will refund your bet if the game finishes without a goal.

This is not an offer only available to new customers; it's open to any bet365 customer and covers any match where the bookmaker offer odds on the markets in question.

This offer is available pre-match on every game for Half-Time/Full-Time, all Correct Score and all Scorecast markets if the game finishes 0-0. It's not restricted to live games, or games from a particular league, so you can bet with confidence on games from around the world.

Recent Bore Draw Refunds from bet365
Sunday: Boca Juniors v Belgrano
Sunday: Zanthi v Aris Salonika
Sunday: Osasuna v Real Sociedad
With such a hectic schedule as the end of the season approaches for many clubs and with betting available on hundreds of matches each week, there have been plenty of refunds given to customers betting on games that have finished 0-0.

What's more, if the bet is part of a multiple, the selection will be counted as a non-runner, so instead of losing your bet if the selection that finishes 0-0 is the only leg to let you down, you'd simply receive the pay-out as normal, minus that part of the bet.

Any customer without a bet365 account can sign up for one here.

New customers will also get an instant 100 per cent match bonus on their first deposit up to £200. For example deposit £20 into a new account and receive another £20 to bet with, this bonus doesn't have to be used in one go and can be withdrawn once the bonus criteria are met.

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Bore Draw Refund
Bet365 will refund all losing first goalscorer, last goalscorer, correct score & scorecast singles on the match if the game finishes 0-0

Sign up with bet365 for up to £200 in free bets and more great offers

Jim Knight is Betting Editor at Goal.com and has been tipping football games since he was old enough to place a bet. He is a Leicester City fan, writer and member of the We Are Going Up Podcast

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