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Paddy Power Cheltenham Festival Offers and Promotions 2023

Check out all the latest Paddy Power Cheltenham Offers for new and existing customers

Paddy Power Cheltenham Offers 2023 for New and Existing Customers

This article will provide information on the best Paddy Power Cheltenham offers for new and existing customers.

Paddy Power will once again be offering a wide range of deals, sign-up offers, specials and Cheltenham promotions during the course of the 2023 event, which runs from March 14 – March 17.

We will show you how to get access to all the best Paddy Power Cheltenham offers and free bets, what the best markets to bet on are and why you should bet with Paddy Power.

Paddy Power Cheltenham Betting Offers

There will be plenty of Paddy Power offers for Cheltenham this year, with the sportsbook one of the frontrunners in Cheltenham promotions.

They will have you covered from the first race until the last, on Gold Cup day on Friday 17 March, with seven races scheduled for each day offering you loads of opportunities to take advantage of Paddy Power’s range of brilliant offers for new and existing customers.

If you have never signed up to Paddy Power before, you can take advantage of the ‘Bet £20 and get it back as cash if it loses’ welcome offer – a perfect starting point for a mouthwatering week of racing.

How to Claim your Paddy Power Cheltenham Offer

To claim your Paddy Power Cheltenham offer, all you need to do is follow these simple steps:

  1. Select Claim Offer on the yellow button below
  2. Create new account
  3. Enter your details, you will need
    1. Full name
    2. Date of birth
    3. Postal address
    4. Email address and password
  4. Deposit your money (a £20 deposit is advised to get the best out of this deal)
  5. Find your race and desired bet
  6. Enter your stake and place the bet (max £20)
  7. Your money will be refunded in cash if the bet loses

You can read the terms and conditions for this Paddy Power Cheltenham free bet offer – and all other Paddy Power sign-up offers – on our Paddy Power review page.

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  • Daily money back specials and several horse racing and football promotions
  • Dedicated customer support

Paddy Power Existing Customer Offers

Cheltenham Festival is the biggest horse racing festival in the UK and Ireland calendar, with overall prize money second only to the Grand National.

The 2022 festival reportedly saw around £500 million placed on bets in the space of the week, with three-and-a-half million bets on the Gold Cup, so there is plenty to get your teeth stuck into whether you are a new or existing customer and following the week’s events.

While the Paddy Power sign-up offer is an amazing one to take advantage of, that is not where it ends, as Paddy Power Cheltenham offers existing customers plenty of further deals to improve your odds.

Have a look at some of the Cheltenham promotions on Paddy Power.

Paddy Power Cheltenham Best Odds Guaranteed

Like so many punters, you may spend lots of time looking at the fluctuating markets, waiting for your selection to increase in price so that you can get the best possible odds, only for it to jump straight back down and see you miss the boat.

With this Paddy Power betting offer, you are guaranteed the best odds for your selection no matter what time you put the bet on.

This means that if you place your bet, only to see the odds lengthen afterwards (say go from 2/1 to 4/1 before the start of the race), then you will be guaranteed that best price. To qualify, bets must be placed after 8am on the day of the race.

This offer is guaranteed at all races at Cheltenham Festival 2023, but does not apply to the following:

  1. Bets placed at ante-post odds
  2. Betting in-running bets
  3. Forecast, Place Only, Betting without or Insurance type bets
  4. Bets placed before 8am on the day of the race

Paddy Power Cheltenham No-Runner Money Back on all Races

There can be nothing more frustrating while waiting in anticipation for your best , than to see or hear about your selection dropping out of the race.

Luckily, with Paddy Power’s Cheltenham offers, you can receive a full refund if your selection does not run in the event, as soon as your non-runner is declared. Result!

If your non-runner is involved in an accumulator, then that race will be voided but the others will still stand, so it’s not the end of the day if that particular race results in disappointment.

Paddy Power Cheltenham specials

If you are to take advantage of any of the Paddy Power Cheltenham offers, it is important you know about the specials that Paddy Power have available.

Paddy Power regularly have Power Prices available onsite, which sees selected bets given a price boost from their original price to one with longer odds, while #WhatOddsPaddy can provide some very generous SP favourites prices – whether they win or are just placed.

And of course, it wouldn’t be Paddy Power without there being some more imaginative Cheltenham offers out there.

Whether it’s the number of Irish winners at Cheltenham 2023, the number of Willie Mullins winners, Ireland to win the Prestbury Cup 28-0, or the total number of GB winners, it can all be found with Paddy Power’s Cheltenham specials.

FAQ for Paddy Power Cheltenham offers & free bets

Yes, Paddy Power’s welcome offer gives you up to £20 to bet, knowing you get your money back if you lose. The specials and existing customer offers are also very appealing.

To claim the Paddy Power Cheltenham Welcome Offer, you can visit our Paddy Power review page and follow the instructions to sign up, create an account, bet and then claim your money back if your selection loses.

To place a bet with Paddy Power during Cheltenham, you first of all need to make sure that you have an account. Once you have done this, simply navigate the website to find the Cheltenham section, find your desired race and selection, enter your stake and click to bet – and don’t forget to take advantage of the amazing promotions on offer!


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Will Jackson

Content Manager Sports journalist, formerly of PA Media, latterly a PR manager before moving into the content world with the group. Long-suffering Leeds United and Yorkshire fan.

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