The 2016 Australian Open is just days away from commencing and this year will be a big one for punters with William Hill being the official sponsor of the first Grand Slam of the year.
The Chase the Ace promotion with WilliamHill at the 2016 Australian Open gives the opportunity for punters to be able to make their money back even if their bet goes on to lose.
If you place a bet of $20 or more on any head-to-head men’s or women’s singles match and you will be rewarded with a cash bonus of $1 for every ace your player serves in that particular match.
That means that if your selected player serves over 20 aces in the match but goes on to lose, you will still be making a profit.
The promotion will be eligible for all bets placed on any head-to-head men’s or women’s singles match throughout the entire tournament.
WilliamHill’s promotions don’t stop there, as if you place a futures bet of $25 or more on who will win the Men’s tournament then every time your selection wins a match you will be credited with $5 into your WilliamHill account.
For the Punters that love increasing their odds with a multi – WilliamHill will be offering insurance for multi’s with four or more legs on the head to head market on any singles or doubles matches. If just one leg loses then you will get money back up to $50!
The Australian open commences on Monday the 18th of January with the above promotions applying to all WilliamHill customers.
To learn more about the bookmaker then check out our WilliamHill Review Page.
Always Gamble Responsibly and make sure to read any terms and conditions of sign-up offers or promotions before placing any bets.
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