Betbull Review

New customers only. Min Deposit: £20. First deposit matched up to £100 in Social Free Bets. Customers must place bets that match deposit at odds of 1.5+ to unlock social free bets in 5 days after deposit.

Pros and Cons

  • Great Mobile app
  • Sleek site design
  • Different take on betting
  • Don’t have a desktop site
  • Not the most competitive odds

New customers only. Min Deposit: £20. First deposit matched up to £100 in Social Free Bets. Customers must place bets that match deposit at odds of 1.5+ to unlock social free bets in 5 days after deposit.

Site design
The site design is one that more hardcore desktop bettors may not be overly pleased with as there is only a mobile site. Of course, this makes sense in the modern day as so many bettors will utilise their phones to place their bets quickly and easily. The site itself is a very sleek and fairly easy to use design, meaning that switch from desktop to mobile is easier than it might have been. The BetBull mobile site has everything you need at the top of the page with the sliding menu including ‘Popular Bets’, ‘my feed’, ‘Bulls’ and ‘Winner Bets’. Directly underneath these menus are images which allow you to follow certain tipsters along with links to the latest events, such as Chelsea vs Arsenal in the Europa League Final.
The site is generally quite easy to manoeuvre with the options to go to ‘home’, ‘Sportsbook’, ‘MyBets’ and ‘Casino’ all available at the bottom of the page. Upon clicking on the Sportsbook, the bettor will be met by a very standard looking page, with the major upcoming events displayed in front of them along with the ability to change the view to games starting today, soon or tomorrow, making it far easier to find the big sporting events to bet on. BetBull also offer a good feature in the top right hand corner of the Sportsbook which allows the punter to flick a switch that says ‘In-Play’ and, upon doing this, all of the games that are currently being played are featured on the page, making In-Play betting far easier to do.
BetBull is the best iteration of social and betting in a bookmaker, and this is where they really go on leaps and bounds ahead of the competition. The ability to find the big winners and follow them in order to make the most out of their tips and share in the potential winnings is something that will help those that are perhaps struggling to make the tough choice in a match, with accas ready and waiting to be backed on the site from an array of different tipsters.
Cashier options
BetBull currently accept a number of payment methods including Visa, MasterCard, Skrill and Neteller. These four options are what most customers will use when it comes to paying into an account, which makes it even more convenient when looking to fund your BetBull account.
Conclusion
BetBull may be a site that is not for those that are unwilling to change to a sleek mobile-only bookmaker, but the switch is something that most will enjoy massively. The ease at which punters can place their bets along with the social element of the app itself is something very different to many other modern bookmakers. BetBull offer a decent selection of sports along with an array of markets, but one of the few gripes we have with them is the fact that their odds may not be quite as competitive in certain areas as some other bookmakers. However, this is not to say that they do not excel in other areas, with certain other markets offering great odds, while their sleek and speedy mobile app coupled with the social element of the bookie makes BetBull a bookmaker that is very easy to get on with, and one we expect to see continue their impressive rise.