Do You...Don't You? Cash Out is the unique Betfair tool that allows you to lock in a profit or minimise losses regardless of the final result. Michael Lintorn reviews where the optimum Cash Out profits were to be had from the Premier League's final-day action...
"The biggest Cash Out prize of the Premier League’s final weekend went to Newcastle backers, as it was possible to pocket £165.74 from Magpies win bets after they seized a 1-0 lead at Anfield."
Cash Out is the phrase on every punter's lips and Betfair are so committed to helping customers find the best value that we have our very own Cash Out Value league table.
The table works by adding up the total amount of positive Cash Out a team has offered throughout each game, then displaying the average over the duration of the season. So, if the side you are betting on is high in the table you'd be wise to keep your finger near the Cash Out button during the match!
For full details on the level of potential Cash Out profit that was on offer during every Premier League game, click through on the team name.
The biggest Cash Out prize of the Premier League's final weekend went to Newcastle backers, as it was possible to pocket £165.74 from Magpies win bets after Alan Pardew's men further sabotaged Liverpool's slim titles hopes by seizing a 1-0 lead at Anfield.
Brendan Rodgers' overachievers eventually recovered to earn a 2-1 victory that ensured that they finished two points behind Man City. However, their odds of 7.87/1 to finish first next season suggest that their best chance of claiming a 19th top-flight championship has been and gone.
Newcastle's latest Cash Out-friendly result might not have gained them any points as they ended 2013/14 in tenth, but as you can see above, it did seal them second place in our Cash Out table behind rivals Sunderland, who are rewarded for their recent unlikely away success.
There was another win from behind at the Cardiff City Stadium as Cardiff's bid to exit the Premier League triumphantly was wrecked by Andre Schurrle and Fernando Torres. Craig Bellamy's opener saw them lead from minutes 15 to 72, at which point there was an opportunity to Cash Out on Cardiff for £102.21.
It was also possible to make money out of Southampton's fleeting threat to inflict a 13th league defeat of the campaign on Man United. After Rickie Lambert fired them in front, there was a £45 Cash Out window on the Saints win before Juan Mata's equaliser.
Fulham left it far later to close their final Premier League encounter on a high, with Chris David levelling in the 94th minute to secure a 2-2 draw with Crystal Palace, whose backers could retreat for a £63.34 reward before the youngster's intervention.