You don’t have to read this in a gruff, cockney voice, but it will certainly help you get in the mood. But aside from memorable commercials, what else do Bet365 bring to the party? The answer Raymond Andrew Winstone, is one hell of a lot my son.
A website so simple to use, that betting on anything is just three clicks away. And if that is a little too complex for you, Bet365 also provide an unrivalled customer service, with round-the-clock support via live chat, e-mail, free phone, and a call back service. No listening to Mozart’s Eine Kleine Nachtmusik interminably with these boys.
Bet365 also offer the widest markets with the greatest depth in terms of betting options. Nobody will strike a ball, saddle up or even thrash their shuttlecock without you being able to have a bet on it. Their Asian Handicap options (up to ten on offer for big games) are superior to most other turf accountants, whilst most events are priced up five or six days beforehand, allowing you to get on early at a big price, and cash out nearer the time. There is also a burgeoning but thorough e-sports selection (over 30s – ask your kids.)
Multi-betting is another great feature. While most bookmakers do not allow the creating of a multi bet on different markets from the same fixture, at Bet365 you can bet for your team to win and combine it with a prediction for example, of over 2.5 total goals.
Yes Ray I’m coming to it – relax my old duck. And of course, how could we omit the in-play, with over 90% of markets offered in-running, unsurprisingly accounting for around 50% of Bet365’s profits.
New customers pick up a 100% deposit bonus (up to £200) after depositing just a tenner.
And throughout the season, Bet365 offer brilliant money-back specials on televised football, horse racing and dogs, as well as generous bonuses on American sports.
The sportsbook accepts all the major credit/debit cards and wallets. You can also deposit money by sending a cheque or wire transfer. Withdrawing your winnings is easy too – you can pull dough out to your credit/debit card or directly to your bank account. Some of the biggest e-wallets like PayPal and Skrill (over 30s – ask your kids) are supported too.
Very hard to pick too many bones in this one – it truly is a fantastic suite, with a range of bets and live streaming action virtually unparalleled in the industry.
Perhaps the only downside is the absence of an established loyalty programme, although given the company gave £105m to charity in 2014, maybe they are putting their money to better use.
In a line:
It isn’t only about the in-play.
|Annual Revenue:||£1.5 billion|
|License:||UK Gambling Commission|
|Football Betting Margin:||6.4%|