Pros and Cons
- Always lots of exciting promos
- A fun site that's interesting
- Live streaming of events
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Right from the off Paddy Power has maintained a strong green branding that is of course influenced by its Irish roots. This branding is prevalent on the site’s home page which gives it a striking visual appeal.
The site though is easy to operate but can look a little cluttered. This is mainly due to Paddy Power’s love of strongly promoting their bonuses and other offers, which can get in away of finding your favourite betting market.
One useful feature is the ‘quick links’ menu in the top left of the screen. This gives punters access to what Paddy Power views as the most popular bets that are currently available.
Paddy Power accepts Visa, MasterCard and Entropay as far as plastic goes. It also accepts PayPal, Skrill, Neteller, Paysafecard (which now includes Ukash), bank transfers and cheques. The minimum amount you can deposit is five pounds. All deposit methods are immediate aside from bank transfers and cheques.
You can withdraw via most of the methods stated above, aside from MasterCard and Paysafecard. The minimum withdrawal is £10. Withdrawals to eWallets take one to two days, credit and debit cards three to five days, and bank transfers and cheques longer.
Paddy Power do make an awful lot of money, so they must be doing something right. Part of that ‘something right’ seems to be offering promotions, as there are always a high number on offer, and many are tailored specifically to major sporting events, making them more interesting.
If you don’t mind a site that shouts about the latest offers (and about Paddy Power’s other gambling opportunities, such as its online casino), then Paddy Power ought to be one online sports book that you definitely give a try,