22Bet Review

This offer is available to new players who made the first deposit. All players must be 18+ years old and of a required legal age to gamble.

Pros and Cons

  • Easy to use site
  • Good welcome offer
  • Competitive odds
  • Not one of the best-knock bookmakers
  • Not the quickest site

This offer is available to new players who made the first deposit. All players must be 18+ years old and of a required legal age to gamble.

Promotions
22Bet’s main promotion is a fairly standard 100% Welcome Bonus Up To £50. In order to make the most out of this new customer welcome offer you must register for a new account, make a first deposit and enter bonus code ‘SPORT50’, and then you can enjoy 100% up to £50. This offer works really well as a welcome bonus and it is so easy to claim, and it is yet another reason why we think 22Bet are a very good bookie as they seem to have gotten a lot right so far.
Site Design
22Bet’s site design is pretty standard for the industry. The sports homepage gives the customer everything they need to make a bet quickly if needs be, with an ‘In-Play’ tab in the top menu allowing punters to quickly switch to a game currently being played, while if they are looking for a sport that is happening later that day or further in the future they are able to find a certain sport and market by the ‘All Sports’ tab on the left which already have all of their available sports showing. This ranges from actual leagues like the Champions League, Premier League and NBA to sports like football, basketball and rugby union, while they do also offer non-sports markets in Entertainment and Politics too.
Clicking on one of these tabs brings up a number of drop-down menus allowing for a quick manoeuvre to a particular league or competition. For example, clicking on Football will bring up a number of locations across the world, then clicking on England will reveal their available leagues. Clicking on the Championship for example will then see all of the available games to bet on become available without taking the bettor away from the original page which means that they can then easily switch to League One or the FA Cup, while they can also switch the country of the league itself without having to click back a number of times and reload the page. While this may be a very simple feature it is one we really like as it makes betting on a range of sports and leagues very quick and easy to do.
Once clicking into a certain game to bet on, the one gripe we have is that the page itself is then rather basic. Other bookies often offer certain graphics for different sports, with cricket often having a ‘runs worm’ or Manhattan graphs which allow the punter to keep up to date with all the relevant stats even if they cannot watch the game. 22Bet do not offer this for football, which is somewhat disappointing, although it is not the worst feature to not have available, with the site itself and the range of markets making up for this.
Cashier Options
While 22Bet may not be the best-known bookie in the market, they are doing their best to change this, and they continue to do so by offering the customer an array of methods to deposit money into their account to make the most of their range of markets. As you would expect, 22Bet offer punters the ability to use Visa and MasterCard, while they offer those with Skrill and Netteller accounts an easy way to deposit using them.
22Bet keep the ease of payment going as they also take deposits from paysafecard and ecoPayz, meaning they have their customers covered when it comes to payments. To make the bookie even better is the fact there is no fee when depositing with any of the afore-mentioned payment methods.
Conclusion
22Bet is a very good bookmaker that provides almost everything a new customer could want from their bookie. An easy to use interface, a good array of sports and competitive odds in a long list of markets means they are offering a very good service. Despite the fact they are not in the same bracket as the biggest bookmakers, that does not mean they are any less impressive, and if they are able to add a few new features and continue to provide their competitive odds, then we don’t see why they cant become a real household name in betting.