Boylesports AFL Australian Rules Betting Double Winnings Offer

Double Winnings promo for all AFL matches

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The AFL season kicked off this week, with the Australian Rules action being played behind closed doors. There are some changes for the season ahead, but the action started this week with Richmond facing Carlton at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

Boylesports Double Winnings Offer

Boylesports have launched an AFL betting promotion for the new AFL season. If either team wins by 10 points or less, the bookmaker will pay you double winnings on all markets as a free bet up to £500.

The offer comes with a maximum stake of £/€20. The maximum free bet which can be returned from the Betfred AFL offer is £/€500.

Betfred will apply the promotion to all AFL matches this season.

The offer applies to the 1st pre-live single bet only on a match and there is 1 free bet per customer.

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Key Terms & Conditions

Max £/€20 stake per customer and max bonus £/€500 free bet per customer. Applies to all AFL Matches. Applies to winning pre-live single bets only. Either team must win by 10 or less points. One qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed).

Initial returns will be paid out in cash. Winnings will be doubled as a free bet, applied within 24 hours, and will expire in 7 days. Free bet stakes will not be included in any free bet returns. Free bets, cashed out or voided bets will not qualify for this promotion. Applies to UK and Ireland customers aged 18+.

Season pushes on but with changes

In total there are 153 fixtures for the 2020 AFL season, which has been shortened to just the 17 rounds of matches, five less than usual. That was done to offer some flexibility down the line, should matches need to be postponed and rescheduled.

Other changes to the AFL 2020 have been the trimming of quarters from 20 minutes down to 16 and of course, the banning of fans from the matches. That is because of the recommendation by the Australian Government to ban public gatherings.

No fans, but Australia still in sporting-mode

The financial losses from the lack of spectators will be huge, as the average crowd for the 2019 season was 35,000, so it is a superbly well-supported sport.

Other major sports in Australia, the top-flight A-League football continues without spectators as well as the National Rugby League (NRL) which also started its new season this week.