|Address:||bet365, Hillside, Festival Way, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs., England, ST1 5SH|
|Customer Service tel:||08000 288 365|
|Betting Service tel:||08000 322 365|
Rating: Footybettingtips.co.uk‘s rating: 4.75 out of 5. Reviewed on Jun 22nd 2011
Free Bet: £200.00 (More info here)
Bet365 are one of the biggest and most reputable online bookmakers in the world these days. With over 3,000,000 customers in 140 different countries, you can be sure, you are in the right place.
Found by Peter and Denise Coates, the company’s headquarters are located and based in the UK. Peter Coates is also the owner of Stoke City, a football club in Premier League (2011). The company is in Stoke-one-Trent.
Bet365’s operations are regulated as well as licensed by Gibraltar’s government.
Pros:Some of the highest odds among the bookmakers#1 for Football100% Free bet, up to 200£, one of the highest bonuses aroundEasy site navigation and one of the lowest minimum wagers (0.50 from whatever currency you are using)Pays promptly and offers a lot of bonus rewardsLive Chat SupportLive streaming with good quality
Cons:Lack of reload bonuses.
Minimum Bet: £0.50 online, £50 by phone
Minimum Deposit: £5 and £1 via Ukash & Fast Bank Transfer
Deposit Methods: Checks, Click2Pay, Bank Wire, Money Order, Western Union, Moneybookers, Neteller,Credit Cards, UK Credit Cards
Withdrawal Methods: Bank Wire, Money Order, Western Union, Moneybookers, Neteller,Credit Cards, UK Credit Cards
If you are not a fan of the betting exchange market, and you are looking for high odds, this bookmaker is for you. Bet365 usually has one of the highest odds around. An easy to use site in 14 different languages and a live chat support.
Occasionally there are problems with their account system, which can be resolved again via phone,chat or email. I would stay away from the email customer support though unless you like waiting. Of course not everyone may have had such problems, but I am entitled to my opinion via personal experience.
Various punters have submitted reviews and complains that the book limits them, once they start winning a lot, or have won a hefty sum of cash, but I’m yet to see this.