Pros and Cons
- A promising up-and-coming name
- Very good mobile platform
- Site is easy to get around
- Needs a markets expansion
18+ / Matched free bet up to £25 / Dep. & Bet £10 or more / Single bet only on any sport / min. odds of 1/2 to qualify / T&Cs Apply
New customers at NetBet can take advantage of a fifty percent boost on their first deposit. All you need to do is pop to the cashier once you’ve signed up at NetBet and make a deposit using the bonus code WELCOME50. Once you’ve rolled over your deposit just once, then you will receive a fifty percent bonus from NetBet.
The maximum bonus you can claim is £50, which you can do by depositing £100 into your account and then using it in its entirety on bets with odds of at least 3/5 (1.60). Once all bets have been settled your bonus cash will appear in your account.
Once you’ve used the bonus code you have twenty-four hours in which to make your deposit. Once you have made your deposit you must complete rollover requirements within sixty days.
When you are awarded your bonus you have new play-through requirements. These rise to six times the total amount of your deposit and your bonus. Once you have completed these requirements you are free to cash out your bonus and any winnings.
This welcome bonus is only open to players from the UK. You cannot obtain this bonus if you make your initial deposit using Neteller or Skrill.
Once you’ve gotten your feet under the table at NetBet you’ll be able to take advantage of the other bonuses that the site offers. These typically include free bet offers that are tied to big sporting events. There are also competitions occasionally for tickets to top games, and a £10 bonus when you use NetBet’s mobile phone app.
The site has options for both in-play betting and cash-out.
It has to be said that NetBet’s site – though striking – is a little behind the times. It’s the kind of sports book site that was popular before 2010, and needs a bit of a re-vamp.
It’s also a little heavy on the numbers. It’s always good to have a sufficient amount of facts and figures available when you’re thinking about making a bet, but when the main pages at the site have facts for every event that’s going happen in the next twenty-four hours, it can feel that you’re looking at an accountant’s spreadsheet. Far better to just have the bare details about each event and a link to the more detailed stuff.
The site also has a love of icons, which is a bit needless and leads to a mess. We’re not altogether dismissive of NetBet’s approach, but we’ve see sports betting sites that are much better.
With a decent presence all across Europe, it’s not unexpected to find that NetBet provides a large number of payments options beyond the usual plastic with a couple of eWallets thrown in for good measure.
Visa and MasterCard are represented of course, along with Skrill and Neteller. Beyond that the options are expansive: Diner’s Club, Qiwi, WebMoney, Euteller, Moneta.ru, Trustly and AstroPay are just some of the financial services providers available at NetBet’s site.
The minimum amount you can withdraw is £10, and the maximum per month is £100,000. Credit and debit card withdrawals take four to eight days, while eWallets take from two to four days.
The minimum deposit amount is £10.
We think that NetBet just needs a little bit of work to bring it up to scratch. It scores heavily in some areas – such as the number of payment methods available – but the clunky site design lets it down just a touch. Serious sports bettors will enjoy it better than sports betting newbs, but with a little bit of effort, any betting fan will be able to get the most out of NetBet’s sports-betting site.