Tote Guarantee

The Tote have launched the Tote Guarantee, a guarantee that if you place a win bet with Tote you’ll never get less than starting prices and, if the pool dividend pays more, you’ll get the bigger payout!

This means that if the race is starting soon and you haven’t got your bet on, you should probably bet on the Tote site as you won’t get paid any less and have a chance of winning more.

The Tote Guarantee covers all Tote Win bets placed on all UK races on, up to a maximum stake of £500. Full details of the Guarantee are available on the Tote site.

In 2019 the Tote Win beat the starting price on the winner of 2,887 races and you will now never do worse than SP.

The Tote Win has always been a great option when betting on longer priced runners, with winners priced at 12-1 or bigger returning more than starting price 66% of the time in 2019. In the 2019 Randox Health Grand National the Tote offered a bigger price on 39 of the 40 runners, including two-time winner Tiger Roll.

For shorter priced winners there has been more uncertainty about what the Tote Win would pay out. The Tote Guarantee removes that uncertanty and you can be sure you will do at least as well as a starting price bet.

Tote will always pay at least SP on Win bets and if the Tote dividend is greater, they will pay out at that price.,, Tote App and selected UK and Irish racecourse customers only. Promotion applies to Tote win bets and the win part of each way bets on all UK & Irish races. Limits apply. Full terms and conditions available at 18+

Tote - Bet £5 Get £20 in Free Bets - Welcome Offer

Place your first £5 bet with Tote and get £20 to use on any racing bets!
Tap the button below for full details.

Join Tote

New customers online only. £5 min stake (if EW then min £5 Win + £5 Place). Receive £20 Tote Credit within 48 hours of qualifying bet settlement. 7-day expiry. Qualifying bet is the first racing pool bet added to the bet-slip. Valid up to 7 days after registration. 18+. Full T&Cs apply.

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