3 years ago - 2 minute read

0% commission extended once again on ALL Horse Racing Bets

Matchbook is celebrating the start of the flat season by extending its incredible 0% commission offer on all UK and Irish racing to the end of June. That’s right, you can continue to bet with 0% commission on all UK and Irish racing until June 30th and that means commission free betting on the 1000 Guineas, 2000 Guineas, the Derby, the Oaks and the full week of Royal Ascot.

A Matchbook spokesperson said: “There is no better time for horse racing bettors to move over to Matchbook and take advantage of our fantastic odds and liquidity. With so much high-quality racing between now and the end of June and 0% commission on all racing your wallet will really thank you for making the switch.”

With four of the five Classics taking place between May and the end of June this is one of the busiest times in the racing calendar with some of the biggest betting heats of the year. The extension of its groundbreaking zero percent commission offer proves Matchbook is not afraid to take on the old-school bookies and exchanges head-on.

Matchbook always puts its customers first and as punters ourselves we know how high commission rates can eat into your hard-earned profits. But with zero commission on all racing, you can join the thousands leaving behind the traditional bookmakers and find out how much better exchange betting can be with Matchbook.

Racing has been commission free on Matchbook since February and is part of Matchbook’s commitment to both the sport and the future of exchange betting. Along with its razor-sharp odds, lighting fast exchange and deep liquidity there are free podcasts featuring some of the most knowledgeable analysts in the game, and betting strategy and tipping articles from a range of expert writers on Inisghts.Matchbook.com every week.

Matchbook wants you to win more and with no commission on racing, there are zero reasons not to move over and give it a try. Matchbook isn’t an alternative to traditional bookmakers or old-school betting exchanges, it’s the difference.