You may have come across 10Bet from their sponsorship of Blackburn Rovers or West Bromwich Albion. They are an online bookies and casino website.
10Bet have been around since 2003 and have been making a name for themselves amongst serious football bettors and casual punters alike.
In this article we’re going to cover some information about 10Bet, answer some common questions and generally aim to give you as much information as you need to have an informed opinion about using 10Bet as your bookies of choice.
Right now 10Bet offer a 50% sign up bonus up to £100 (or €200) if you’re a new depositor. What this means is they will match your initial deposit (the money you put into your account to bet on) for 50% up to the value of £100. So if you put £200 in as a starting bank, they would add £100 to that, for free.
This is definitely one of the more competitive sign up bonuses we’ve seen.
Here is how you claim the welcome bonus:
- register with 10Bet
- make your first deposit (£5 min)
- spend that first deposit
- get a 50% deposit bonus of up to £100 on the next deposit
Here is the small print, from their website:
New Customers; Min. deposit £15 (no Skrill/Neteller); Bonus amount is 50% of deposit up to £100; 6x deposit and bonus turnover (min. odds 3/5 on singles and 2/5 per selection on acca bets), in 30 days, for bonus release; Some bet types don’t contribute to turnover; Withdrawal before turnover results in bonus
Signing up with 10Bet
Signing up with 10Bet is pretty straight forward, I’ve taken some screenshots to show you the fields but it is all standard stuff. The one thing that is questionable is why they need to know about my gender. I can’t see how that is relevant to anything.
10Bet Minimum Deposit
According to their website the minimum deposit for 10Bet is £15.
Sports covered by 10Bet
10Bet covers lots of different sports, over 30 at my last count. Some of the more prominent sports are:
- horse racing
You’ll be happy to know they also cover special events like Strictly Come Dancing!
10Bet betting options
There are a range of betting options you can use when placing bets on 10Bet. For example:
- outright wins
- asian handicaps
- draw no bet
- total goals
- double chance
If some of these terms are confusing, you will enjoy our beginners guide to football betting.
10Bet payment options
The payment options that 10Bet allow are fairly standard.
- all major debit and credit cards
They mention a lot more on their site, but these were the main ones I recognised.
Questions about 10Bet
If you have any questions about 10Bet, please comment below and we will do our best to answer them. We are in a very fortunate position to be on very friendly terms with them and any questions we can’t answer ourselves I will pop in an email to them.
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