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Bet365 money back if England or Wales beaten at Euro 2016 on penalties

England left Euro 2012 on penalties after a goalless draw with Italy

Bet365 have Penalty Payback for Euro 2016 and are ready to refund on several teams at the tournament

We’re heading towards the knockout stage of Euro 2016 and we highly recommend that you place any outright bets with bet365 from this point onwards.

That is because bet365 have something called Penalty Payback!

What is Penalty Payback?
Back any team(s) on the outright market with bet365 and you will get a refund on that particular team if they are eliminated from Euro 2016 on a penalty shootout.

This offer applies to both Win and Each-Way bets. Bet365 will be offering this market In-Play throughout the tournament, and it will be available until the Euro 2016 final kicks off on Sunday 10th July.

This offer will not apply where a stake has been fully Cashed Out. Where a stake has been partially Cashed Out only the remaining active stake will be refunded.

Whoever you think will lift the trophy in France, you can place your bets safe in the knowledge that you won’t be suffering any penalty heartache.

There are going to be several teams leaving Euro 2016 on a penalty shoot-out, with the 0-0 draws during the group stage suggesting there will be plenty of tight encounters.

England left Euro 2012 on penalties after a goalless draw with Italy and the Three Lions are no stranger to shoot-out heartbreak which means that the 10/1 about England could be a good bet.

Similarly, Wales are a 40/1 chance and the Reds stand a pretty good chance of making the quarter finals considering they are playing a third-placed team in the group.

Another great money back special is the Bore Draw Money Back which we found great when backing Adam Lallana to score first against Slovakia.

When Lallana was subbed off, we feared our bet was a losing one, although the game ended goalless and we were able to get our money back.

All odds were correct at time of posting.

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