What is 1 & 2 Goals Ahead?

Q: What is the '2 Goals Ahead' offer?

A: The 2 Goals Ahead offer allows you to back a football team, and if they go 2 goals up at any point during the 90-minute match, we'll settle your bet as a winner immediately. The final result doesn't matter; your team is considered a winner if they go 2 goals ahead. 1 Goal Ahead market works in the same way, the only difference is that this requires your team be be leading by one goal.

 

Offer Details for 2 Goals Ahead (also applicable to 1 goal ahead which is based on a 1 goal lead)

Q: How does the 2 Goals Ahead offer work?

A: If the team you back goes 2 goals ahead during the match (e.g., 2-0, 3-1, 4-2), your bet will be settled as a winner immediately. If the team then draws or loses, it won't affect your winning status.

 

Q: Are the odds different for this offer?

A: Yes, the odds for matches with the 2 Goals Ahead offer will differ slightly from regular match betting odds. For example, Man Utd might be priced at 5/6 on the 2 Goals Ahead coupon and 10/11 on the main Weekend coupon.

 

Q: How do I qualify for this offer?

A: To qualify, you must place your bet using the specific 2 Goals Ahead markets, which are available for Midweek, Weekend, and Euro matches. These markets will be clearly marked as "2 Goals Ahead."

 

Betting Types and Availability

Q: Can I place different types of bets with this offer?

A: Yes, you can place Singles, Multiples, and Accumulators on the 2 Goals Ahead markets.

 

Q: Is this offer available in BoyleSports shops?

A: Yes, the 2 Goals Ahead offer is available in our shops. You must place your bet using the "2 Goals Ahead" specific coupon which has a gold header. 

 

Q: Is this offer available on Self-Service Betting Terminals (SSBTs)?

A: No, the 2 Goals Ahead offer is not currently available on SSBTs.

 

Q: Can this offer be combined with other offers like Acca Insurance?

A: No, the 2 Goals Ahead offer cannot be combined with other offers like Acca Insurance.

 

Was this article useful?

10 people found this useful