Saracens have offered Bath fans an unusual refund policy for this weekend's match at Allianz Park, involving Gavin Henson.
Bath supporters will be able to receive a unique full refund on their tickets for Sunday's game, should Henson score a single point in the match.
Therefore if the former Wales international does score a try, penalty, conversion or drop goal at any stage, then Bath fans will get their money back - as long as they have a Bath postcode.
"It really is that simple - if Gavin gets on the score sheet, Bath fans can travel back home this Sunday with a full refund," said Clare Jackson of Saracens Supporters Services.
Henson's disastrous spell at Saracens saw him make only four appearances, including one start, before being released after just six weeks so he could join Toulon.
Now at Bath after further spells with Cardiff Blues and London Welsh, Henson made a negative start to his Bath career after he was punched by team-mate Carl Fearns in a bar before the season started.
Henson started in the victory over Leicester Tigers last weekend but is yet to score any points for his new side.
Saracens offered visiting Gloucester fans a similar refund last weekend if they guessed the correct result - with those backing Saracens to win, as they did 44-12, receiving a full refund.