What does 'All In' mean?

'All In' means that a bet can only be refunded if certain circumstances set out in the Wagering Rules apply. As a rule, all Fixed Price bets are 'All in', but may be eligible for refund if:

  • a bet is placed after the time for final acceptances for the race and the selected runner is scratched
  • a bet is placed after a selected competitor withdrew from the event
  • an event is cancelled or postponed
  • there is a delay in announcing the result of an event

For more information, please check the specific Wagering Rules (rules 24-27) relating to your particular bet to find out if it will be refunded.

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