The start of the Cheltenham Festival can mean only one thing – the roar of the crowd, four days of class racing, the world’s biggest Peaky Blinders fancy dress competition and Paddy going waaaaaay over the top with a bucket load of belting offers and promotions.
Okay, actually it means quite a lot of things. Let’s try and focus on one thing at the time here. Where were we? Ah – Paddy’s offers! Strap yourselves in, there’s an awful lot.
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As always our fearless leader has gone above and beyond to deliver you the best-possible bang for your buck. Sometimes he just gives things away such as three £5 free bets across the festival – one each for ANY race on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Not a bad start, eh?
Paddy’s also offering extra places on OVER 20 races at the Cheltenham Festival 2022 as well as Best Odds Guaranteed and oodles of Turbo Power Prices so you know you’re always getting the best value around.
As if that’s not enough, you can win a £/€50 free bet every day playing Paddy’s completely free Cheltenham Knockout game here.
In our shops we’ll be running a Money Back All Losers special on one race each day. You can get up to €20 in Ireland, £20 in NI and £10 in the UK returned if you back a loser on our selected race.
We’re also showing every race from Prestbury Park every day – just like we do with all UK and Ireland racing.
But we’re not done yet.
As well as live streaming every race from Cheltenham, on Thursday and Friday you can come and watch the action with us at our Dublin Fanzone.
Here at the home of horse racing tips, Paddy Power News, we’ll be bring you an absolute truck load of best bets, NAPs, daily cheat sheets, value plays, tips, views and insight from the biggest and best names in the business.
We’re talking the GOAT Ruby Walsh, Mc YeeeHaaa Matt Chapman, mighty Mick Fitzgerald, the brilliant Gina Bryce and top trader Frank Hickey.
- Matt Chapman’s Day 1 Cheltenham tips
- Gina Bryce’s Cheltenham tips for Tuesday
- Mick Fitzgerald’s horse racing tips for Cheltenham’s opening day
- Paul Jacobs’ each-way Lucky 15 for the whole festival