Commingled Trifectas – Unit Cost Reduced

Note the new unit costs

Here’s good news for Tab and TabGold customers who take Trifecta bets on races in Australia, the UK, Ireland and France.

Commingled Trifecta pools with Tote Ireland will be offered on all Irish races for the first time from Friday 17 November and simultaneously the unit cost of commingled Trifecta bets on Australian, UK and French races will be reduced from R2 to R1.

The unit cost of the Trio on French races also drops to R1.

Commingled Trifecta bets on racing in Australia, France and the UK were introduced last month.

The benefits of commingling Trifecta pools with host totes (Tabcorp in Australia excluding thoroughbred venues in Victoria and South Australia; PMU in France, the UK Tote and Tote Ireland), as opposed to local pools, are many more Trifecta betting opportunities on races in those countries and bigger pools, which in turn afford TAB customers the chance to win bigger payouts.

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