21Bet is a new UK sports betting operator that was established in 2016. Bet21 is operated by FSB Technology Ltd, a UK based company which is fully licensed and regulated by the UK Gambling Commission. In addition to sports betting, 21Bet also provides an online casino.
21Bet cooperates with Independent Betting Adjudication Service also other independent organisations and is the official betting partner of Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers.
21Bet offers a wide range of promotion. Some of the promotion offers are valid for a limited period of time, during certain events. However, as old offers expire, new promotions are introduced, and there are usually more than 10 active promotions.
New customers who register an account and place a minimum of five bets at evens (2.00) or higher odds worth a minimum of £10 per bet within the first 7 days, will receive a £10 free bet bonus. Afterwards, for every seven day period when a punter places at least 10 bets at evens or higher worth at least £10 per bet, they’ll receive a £10 free bet. The offer is valid forever. The free bets can only be placed on single bets, and only the winnings are claimed, not the £10 free bet amount.
All punters who place bets on UK and Irish horse races are guaranteed that they’ll get the best odds, i.e. if the odds drop or raise after the punter has placed a bet, the odds that are most favourable for the punter will be calculated. Punters who place acca bets on football with at least 5 or more selections and are let down by just one selection, will be compensated with a free bet in the amount of their stake, where the refund amount is capped at £25.
You can get a refund up to £25 on the first player to score wagers on Champions League matches, matches of the English Premier League and the Spanish Primera when the selected player doesn’t score the first goal, as long as the game ends in a draw.
Punters who convince their friends to open an account at 21Bet and their friends start wagering will get a special £10 bonus. Other promotions on cricket, horse racing, rugby are also available. Hopefully, this 21bet review has shown you all the different promotional offers at 21 bet.
Live and Mobile Betting
21Bet has a mobile version which allows punters to browse the betting options and place wagers on their mobile devices. The mobile version of the website is built using HTML5, and every punter can access it by simply opening the website in their mobile browser, there’s no need to download any software.
21 Bet offers a lot of matches and events for live betting. In fact, you’ll notice that next to the homepage link there’s a ‘Live’ link and if you click on it, you’ll see all the events that have already started and Bet21 offers betting on them. Live betting is offered across a range of sports, and you can add multiple live selections to your bet slip, you may even combine live selections with pre-match betting selections. We hope this section of the 21bet review has helped you get an understanding of how the bookmaker works on a mobile device.
You can bet on football, horse racing and greyhound racing, as well as tennis, golf, darts, American football, basketball and many other sports. You can even bet on e-Sports, and if you click on ‘Specials’, you will find betting markets on who’s going to be picked for the Sports Personality of the year and similar events.
If you pick a sport, let’s say football, you will see all the matches that are currently underway at the top of the page and below you’ll see the upcoming matches for the day. On the right, there’ll be a list of all the national and international leagues and other competitions that are available for betting. If you select an individual match, you will see all the betting markets that are offered for it, and if it’s a game in one of the leading competitions, there’ll be quite a few markets.
In addition to the standard ‘match result’ market, you can also bet on the total number of goals that’ll be scored in the match or either half, handicap and Asian handicap, whether both teams are going to score and many other options.
At 21 bet, you can also add a selection to your bet slip by clicking on the odds, and you may add multiple selections. Once you’ve added all selections that you’d like to bet on, you can select whether you want to place a wager on each selection as a single. If you like, you can place a single bet on just one or few of the selections and not on the rest of them. Below you’ll see all the options for multiple bets consisted of the chosen selections. Once you’ve added the amount that you wish to wager for each of the bets that you want to make, you can go forward and place the bet(s). We hope this section of the 21bet review has helped you with how to put on a bet.
21Bet’s website differs slightly from the websites of other bookmakers. The main colours that are used are white and red. Everything is set on a plain white background, and centrally you will see links to the most popular sports for betting. You can open the drop-down menu where links to all the sports are listed. There are over 20 sports available for betting at 21Bet.
Banking Options and Support
Bet21 accepts major credit and debit card deposits – Visa, Visa Electron, Maestro and MasterCard are all accepted. This operator doesn’t charge any deposit fees, and punters will be able to wager the full amount that they deposit in their accounts. The minimum amount that punters are supposed to deposit is £10, and the maximum deposit amount is £5,000.
The same methods are accepted for withdrawals, and 21Bet doesn’t charge withdrawal fees, except in the case where a punter wants to withdraw money that haven’t been wagered, i.e. withdrawing money that haven’t been won.
21Bet allows customers to get in touch with members of the customer support team via email or through the live chat window which is available on the website. We hope this 21 Bet review has helped you understand how to put a deposit on a bet and the different payment options.
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