Sky Bet Review
With the huge appeal of Sky TV behind them, Sky Bet offer one of the biggest sportsbooks around along with great tips and analysis to help you make a profit. The company are registered in Alderney and having gone online back in 2000, they are hugely popular with armchair football fans.
Horse Racing and Football are heavily promoted as key sports but there is one of the biggest ranges of betting options on the market here.
You can also play on the go by heading to Sky Bet’s mobile site or by downloading the specified app.
Sky Bet Bonus Review
Sky Bet offer a £20 welcome bonus by way of a matched deposit and current account holders can also look forward to receiving £5 in free bets each and every week. To qualify for the opening offer you must not be a customer of Sky Vegas, Sky Poker or any of the company’s casino arms and as long as you stake your opening bet at odds of Even Money or greater, that matched deposit up to £20 will be credited into your account.
In conjunction with Sky Sports News you can also play Super 6 every Saturday and if you correctly predict outcomes of six Premier League matches you can win the top prize of £100,000. Plus, there is a guaranteed cash pot of £5,000 for the top player every week.
Look out for one off promos such as refunded bets or enhanced odds. There are plenty of them and you can find details by following us at BonusCorner.com.
As the leading provider of televised football in the UK, this sport is heavily promoted on the home page but if you scroll down you will see a comprehensive A to Z list of all events offered.
All the usual suspects are here including cricket, tennis and rugby union together with a wide selection from Sky’s TV roster such as Speedway and Swimming.
Sky Bet offer a fairly limited range of payment facilities but whether you prefer traditional methods or e-wallet services, there should be something available for everyone.
The full list is bank transfer, debit and credit cards, Skrill, Laser, Neteller and Paypal.
Clicking the help button at the top of the home page brings up one of the most comprehensive lists of FAQs around and if you can’t find an answer from this section, there are alternatives.
E-mail, telephone and a live chat facility are here and there is also a dedicated Twitter account for Sky Bet help enquiries.
As the biggest provider of televised football, Sky could be complacent when it comes to their sportsbook but they work hard to look after both new and existing customers. Regular promotions are provided and when you add in great odds and a wide set of markets then Sky Bet should really be one of the first names in your betting portfolio.
- Global, respected name
- Generous welcome bonus and regular promotions
- The chance to win up to £100,000 with Super 6
- Excellent customer service
- The range of banking options could be much wider
- Home page can hold too much information and could probably be condensed