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Bet365 Cash Out Explained

By Michael Flynn, Apr 22 2014 02:25AM


Bet365 Cash Out has had a lot of TV publicity recently and I have received many emails asking about it.


This article should hopefully clear up and explain Bet365's Cash Out feature.




Cash Out - Including Partial Cash Out


Cash Out gives you more control over your bets and allows you to take a return before an event has finished. With this feature you can Cash Out a bet in its entirety or you can partially Cash Out your bet, whilst leaving the remainder of your stake to run.


You no longer have to wait for your bet to reach its natural conclusion, with bet365's Cash Out option you have the opportunity to track your selections and Cash Out at a point of your choice.


Should you wish to Cash Out, all you need to do is click on the Cash Out button located below your selection(s). If you choose to Cash Out your entire bet, this amount will be settled and the final result relating to your bet will have no impact on the amount returned to your account. If you choose to partially Cash Out your bet, simply enable the Cash Out slider by clicking on the icon to the right of the Cash Out button, select the amount you would like to Cash Out and that amount will be settled. The remainder of your stake will be settled in accordance with the final result relating to your bet.


The amount offered will depend on the performance of your selection(s) and may be higher or lower than your original stake enabling you to guarantee a profit or minimise a potential loss.


Cash Out is available on selected events, fixtures and markets both pre-match and In-Play, on single and multiple bets, for a variety of sports including Soccer, Tennis, Horse Racing, Cricket and Basketball. The option to partially Cash Out a bet is currently only available for selected single bets and straight accumulator bets and is not currently available for other multiple bet options.


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Ways to Cash Out


There are a number of ways you can monitor the Cash Out amount being offered for an eligible bet.


Once you have logged in to your bet365 account, the amount of unsettled bets you currently have will be indicated by a number next to the My Bets section of the Bet Slip. Simply click on My Bets to see any eligible bets along with the current Cash Out price.


By clicking on the icon next to the Cash Out button you can enable the Cash Out slider, allowing you to adjust the amount that you would like to partially Cash Out. The potential returns and remaining stake are displayed on the Cash Out button, where you can choose how much of your bet to Cash Out and click to confirm your choice.


The Live Now tab in My Bets shows any of your bets that are In-Play, as well as the live score and a current Cash Out amount.


Within both of these sections you have the option to ‘favourite’ any of your selections by hovering over the top right corner and clicking on the star when it appears.


This functionality is also available within the In-Play section, where you can select My Bets from the In-Play menu. This will then produce a sub header giving you the option to view bets that are available to Cash Out, whilst also enjoying the Live Streaming or Match Live features for selected In-Play events.


You can also Cash Out on your mobile or tablet – simply select the My Bets section from the top of the page and visit the Cash Out tab to show your eligible bets. Once there you can select favourites, track scores and, should you wish to Cash Out, select the Cash Out button below your selection and confirm your decision to settle the bet early.


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Terms and Conditions from the Bet365 Website


Cash Out is available on selected events, fixtures and markets both pre-match and In-Play, on single and multiple bets, for a variety of sports including Soccer, Tennis, Horse Racing, Cricket and Basketball. The Cash Out slider is available on selected single bets and straight accumulator bets only and is not currently available for other multiple bet options.


A time delay in accepting a Cash Out request is in place. If a price changes or a market suspends then the Cash Out request may not be successful.


If the Cash Out request is successful, this will be displayed and the bet will be settled immediately. The actual final result of the related market will have no impact on the Cash Out amount.

The Cash Out amount offered at any time is the total amount that will be returned to your account if successful.


A partial Cash Out can be completed up to ten times for single bets and five times for eligible multiples. The partial Cash Out amount must be greater than or equal to ten times the minimum unit stake.


Any bonuses due from Lucky 15/31/63, Union Jack, Accumulator or Parlay offers will not apply where Cash Out has been used to close all or part of a bet.


Some bet365 offers will not be applied where the Cash Out feature has been used to close all or part of a bet. See Terms and Conditions for each offer for details.


Any bets that are settled in full or part using Cash Out will not count towards the turnover requirement of any offer.


bet365 cannot guarantee that the Cash Out feature will be available on your bet selection.


bet365 will not be responsible if the Cash Out feature is not available for technical reasons and bets will stand as originally placed during any such period.


bet365 reserves the right to accept or decline any bet/wager requested for any sport, competition, market or bet type that is included in the Cash Out feature.


bet365 reserves the right to amend, suspend or remove the Cash Out feature at any time for any event, fixture or market. Any bets placed on such events, fixtures or markets will stand as originally placed.


bet365 reserves the right to reverse the settlement of a Cash Out if the bet or a market is settled in error.


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