Premier Punt Review

Minimum stake £10 with odds of 2.0 or higher and get a £10 Free Bet to be used on an accumulator with a minimum cumulative odds of 2.0 or higher.

Pros and Cons

  • Slick site design
  • Good range of sports
  • Not many Cashier Options

Minimum stake £10 with odds of 2.0 or higher and get a £10 Free Bet to be used on an accumulator with a minimum cumulative odds of 2.0 or higher.

Promotions
Premier Punt are currently offering a welcome offer to new customers that allows them to Bet £30 and Get £10 in return. In order to make the most of this offer, customers must place 3x £10+ bets at 2.0 (evens) or higher and they will then get one £10 Free Bet to use on any in-play market (further T&C’s apply). While this is a standard welcome offer for the industry it is a good one to make the most out of as it allows the customer to utilise a free bet once they have wagered the relevant amount.
Site Design 
The site design for Premier Punt is a slick one that makes it very easy for the customer to manoeuvre around the site. At the top of the page the punter can find the ‘Sport’ section that clearly displays all of the sports on that day. Scrolling down the Sport homepage shows all of the matches that are currently in-play with the likes of football, tennis and cricket featuring on the page, making it very easy for the customer to come onto the site and quickly place a bet on in-play matches across many sports.
If the bettor is not looking to place an in-play bet they can avert their attention to the ‘Most Popular’ and ‘Sports’ section on the left-hand side of the page. Scrolling to the sport section shows the large array of sports that the bookmaker offers meaning there is usually something for everyone.
The look of the site itself is very pleasing on the eye with the black and orange design one that looks sleek and eye-catching. The ease at which the bettor can move around the site is something that will please Premier Punt customers, with some other sites offering confusing designs which can make it difficult to find what they are looking for. Often, bookmakers can end up looking far too formal and too much like a document or spreadsheet, but Premier Punt have managed to mix an official look with one that is also slick, making for an enjoyable user experience all in all.
Cashier Options 
Premier Punt currently offer their customers the ability to deposit via Visa, MasterCard, Neteller and Skrill. The payment methods Premier Punt offer are perhaps the more popular ones, with Visa and MasterCard a payment method most people utilise in day-to-day life. However, we feel that the available payment options is one of the few areas in which the bookie slightly lets itself down. However, this is likely easily remedied, and as they continue to grow they will likely add more available payment methods for their customers to utilise.
Conclusion 
Premier Punt are a bookmaker that we feel has all of the makings of a fan favourite. Their slick and easy to use site is one that makes it quick and simple to find a person’s favourite sport to bet on with in-play markets featuring prominently on the home page. There could be more options with regard to payment methods, but their range of sports and available markets makes up for this, with Premier Punt a bookie that will likely only grow further.