NFL betting tips: Cashback if your bet is winning at the two minute warning but loses

Grab some consolation if your bet loses late on! (credit:Leigh Copson)

Ever had a team blow a lead in the final two minutes to cost you a winning bet on the NFL? Bookmaker Coral has a cashback promotion that offers a spot of consolation if that happens to you.

Betting on the NFL has never been so popular, with bookmakers offering more and more markets for every single game while also giving customers the chance to claim special promotions that can boost winnings or help you avoid a loss when betting on the premier league of American Football. Coral is one of those firms, with its Two Minute Rush Refund special helping punters avoid a losing bet when a game is turned on its head late on – and that can happen a lot in the National Football League.

What is Two Minute Rush Refund?


Some you may be new to American Football and are wondering why this bookmaker has gone for the final two minutes with this promotion, let me explain. When there are just two minutes left in an NFL match-up the game goes to what is called the “two-minute warning”, with a brief time-out taken before the game resumes.

Coral offer cashback consolation for every game!
At that point the two teams know it is now or never. One may have two minutes to hold onto the lead, another may be aiming to drive downfield in order to score the points that will snatch them victory or at least take the game into overtime. This is called the two-minute drill and it is almost a mandatory requirement in an NFL quarterback nowadays – they have to be able to lead their team at the most crucial part of the game.

Every week we see games go down to the final two minutes and it is no surprise when a team storms downfield and snatches victory from the jaws defeat via either a field goal or a touchdown. And of course, when that happens it can often ruin a punter’s bet on the game – but not if you are a Coral online customer.

If you bet on the NFL with this bookmaker you will be comforted by the fact that your losing stake will be refunded if your bet was winning at the two-minute warning but failed to win – it really is that simple.

How to use Two Minute Rush Refund


Coral's Two Minute Rush Refund promotion is incredibly easy to use and you do not have to jump through hoops to qualify for it.

To qualify for this cashback promotion all you need to do is place a pre-match win single on any NFL Money Line (head-to-head) market and if your bet is winning at the two minute warning but fails to win the game, Coral will refund your losing stake as a free bet.

It really is that simple and all you need to do is follow these straightforward instructions…

  1. Head on over to the Coral website
  2. Register for a new account or sign into your account
  3. Place a bet of up to £25 on the Money Line for any NFL game (odds must be 1/10 or greater)
  4. If your team is winning at the two minute warning but does not win the game, Coral will refund your stake up to £25
  5. Your refund will be credited to your account in the form of a free bet within 48 hours of bet settlement
  6. Your free bet refund will expire after four days.

How many times has Two Minute Rush Refund been triggered?


If you are a long-time NFL fan you will know that two minutes is a very long time in the world of American Football. And if you are new to the game… well… two minutes is a very long time in the world of American Football.

Like I wrote before, when you are quarterback in the NFL you simply have to get the art of a two minute drill right. Whether a team has all three timeouts or none at all, it is in the final two minutes of a game where a lot can be learned about the franchise playmakers, especially the quarterback.

Can he inspire a last-gasp fightback or will he fall flat on his face? One man who became synonymous for delivering the goods when it mattered most was legendary Denver quarterback John Elway and one of his most famous fightbacks – “The Drive” – came in an AFC Championship Game in 1987 when he led the Broncos to victory against the Cleveland Browns.

Denver started their drive at their own two-yard line and when the two-minute warning came they were on their own 48, trailing 20-13 to the Browns. What followed will be forever remembered by NFL fans as Elway took the team to the Cleveland five and then found Mark Jackson to pull the team within a point of going level. Rich Karlos converted the extra point and then booted in the winning field goal in Overtime.

So if Two Minute Rush Refund had been available back then, Cleveland backers would have seen their losing stake refunded by Coral.

While two-minute fightbacks are not always as spectacular as that one, we see plenty of them during each NFL season, and so far the following 2016 regular season games have triggered this cashback promotion…

Coral Two Minute Rush Refund

WEEK 1GAMECLAIM OFFER
Week 1Oakland Raiders at New Orleans SaintsClaim Now
Week 1Cincinnati Bengals at New York JetsClaim Now
Week 1San Diego Chargers at Kansas City ChiefsCLAIM NOW
Week 1Miami Dolphins at Seattle SeahawksCLAIM NOW
Week 2Tennessee Titans at Detroit LionsCLAIM NOW
Week 3Washington Redskins at New York GiantsCLAIM NOW
Week 3Baltimore Ravens at Jacksonville JaguarsCLAIM NOW
Week 3San Diego Chargers at Indianapolis ColtsCLAIM NOW
Week 4New Orleans Saints at San Diego ChargersCLAIM NOW
Week 5Philadelphia Eagles at Detroit LionsCLAIM NOW
Week 6Baltimore Ravens at New York GiantsCLAIM NOW
Week 6Indianapolis Colts at Houston TexansCLAIM NOW
Week 7Washington Redskins at Detroit LionsCLAIM NOW
Week 8Washington Redskins at Cincinnati BengalsCLAIM NOW
Week 8Oakland Raiders at Tampa Bay BuccaneersCLAIM NOW
Week 8Green Bay Packers at Atlanta FalconsCLAIM NOW
Week 9Detroit Lions at Minnesota VikingsCLAIM NOW
Week 10Dallas Cowboys at Pittsburgh SteelersCLAIM NOW
Week 11Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles RamsClaim Now
Week 12Minnesota Vikings at Detroit LionsCLAIM NOW
Week 12Carolina Panthers at Oakland RaidersCLAIM NOW
Week 12New England Patriots at New York JetsCLAIM NOW
Week 12Kansas City Chiefs at Denver BroncosCLAIM NOW
Week 14Arizona Cardinals at Miami DolphinsCLAIM NOW
Week 14Washington Redskins at Philadelphia EaglesCLAIM NOW
Week 14New York Jets at San Francisco 49ersCLAIM NOW
Week 15Tennessee Titans at Kansas City ChiefsCLAIM NOW
Week 16Arizona Cardinals at Seattle SeahawksCLAIM NOW
Week 16San Franciso 49ers at Los Angeles RamsCLAIM NOW
Week 16Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh SteelersCLAIM NOW
Week 17Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis ColtsCLAIM NOW
Super Bowl LINew England Patriots v Atlanta FalconsCLAIM NOW

How to claim £30 in free bets from Coral


Betting on the NFL has never been easier, with almost every bookmaker going now offering odds on the biggest competition in the sport of American Football. That, of course, means there is plenty of competition for your custom and bookies will attempt to secure your business using special sign-up incentives for new customers – ranging from massive price boosts to free bets.

Coral is among the bookmakers offering an incentive to sign up with them, and now is a great time to register with this firm because it offers all new customers a £30 free bet when you sign up, make a first deposit and place a bet. And you do not have to stake an equal amount to the free bet because your deposit and first bet only needs to be £5.

It could not be easier to claim your £30 free bet and all you need to do is follow these simple instructions…

  1. Visit Coral using this special link
  2. Register for a new account 
  3. Make a first deposit of just £5 into your account
  4. Place a first bet of at least £5
  5. Receive a £30 free bet from the bookmaker.


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NFL betting tips: Cashback if your bet is winning at the two minute warning but loses

Ever had a team blow a lead in the final two minutes to cost you a winning bet on the NFL? Bookmaker Coral has a cashback promotion that offers a spot of consolation if that happens to you.

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