Virgin Bet Review

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£10 min deposit and bet, placed and settled at 1.50 min odds within 14 days of sign-up. Awarded as 2x non-withdrawable £10 Free Bet Tokens. Valid for 14 days. Sportsbook only

Pros and Cons

  • Well-known name
  • Brand new sportsbook
  • Large range of sports
  • Limited live betting

£10 min deposit and bet, placed and settled at 1.50 min odds within 14 days of sign-up. Awarded as 2x non-withdrawable £10 Free Bet Tokens. Valid for 14 days. Sportsbook only

Promotions 
Virgin Bet’s big welcome offer is a fairly standard one for the industry, but this does not mean it is any less enticing, with the chance to get £20 in Free Bets from the bookie. In order to claim your £20 in Free Bets, you simply have to sign up and place £10 on any sport at odds of 1/2 or greater to qualify for two £10 Free Bets in return upon settlement regardless of whether your bet wins or loses.
Site Design 
The site design for Virgin Bet is sleek and simple, with the bookie offering an uncomplicated first foray into the world of the sportsbook. Clicking onto the homepage brings up the available In-Play matches to bet on along with ‘Top Football’, thus helping to sate those after the current or next games in a particular sport. As per most major sportsbooks, Virgin Bet offer their vast array of sports on the left-hand side in a list that just seems to keep on going, such is their impressive range of sports offered ranging from the likes of football and tennis to surfing and Aussie rules, meaning there really is something for almost everyone there.
We also really like their constant hanging bet slip on the right of the page which always displays your picks and the odds no matter where you go on the site. This feature makes it very easy to keep up with each of your picks, especially if you are planning on backing a hefty acca with a lot of games.
The speed of the website and the ease at which the customer can manoeuvre the site makes Virgin Bet’s offering one that punters will likely enjoy using, with the bookie providing a polished experience for their customers.
Cashier Options 
Virgin Bet offer a number of ways to pay into an account, with Visa/Mastercard the biggest of these. Along with this comes the ability to pay via Apple Pay and PayPal, with the two payment types showing that Virgin are very much up to date when it comes to the services they offer.
Conclusion 
There are not too many faults of note with Virgin Bet as the bookmaker provide a well-polished and impressive service that will likely keep customers coming back for more. Their impressive range of sports and available odds means they will likely battle with the very biggest in the industry not just by name, but also through what they offer and their competitive odds. Perhaps one or two tweaks to the site are needed but, other than that, we think Virgin Bet looks like a very good sportsbook, with the bookie hitting the ground running in the world of sports betting.