Saracens offer Bath fans a full refund if ex-player Gavin Henson scores against them
Saracens will give Bath fans a full refund if their former player Gavin Henson scores in Sunday's Premiership match at Allianz Park.
Henson spent four months at Saracens in 2010-11 before leaving having made just four appearances for the club.
The Welshman moved to Bath this summer but has yet to score in their opening two league games, coming on as a first-half replacement in their 21-0 victory over Newcastle and starting in the 27-10 defeat of Leicester.
Clare Jackson of Saracens Supporters Services said: "If Gavin Henson scores a point at Allianz Park this Sunday we will give Bath fans their money back – but you need to have a Bath postcode as your home address.
"It really is that simple – if Gavin gets on the score sheet, Bath fans can travel back home this Sunday with a full refund."
Fans must have a Bath postcode as their home address to qualify for a refund.
Saracens' latest offer follows a similar money-back deal made to Gloucester fans before last weekend's match at Allianz Park.
Supporters with a Gloucestershire postcode were able to choose a result from which they might earn a refund - ensuring those who predicted a Saracens win enjoyed a free match after the hosts' 44-12 success.