bet-at-home Review – Bet 10 Get a £20 Bonus
Bet-at-Home are originally a Austrian bookmaker with a very continental outlook, they are fully UK licensed and regulated. They may be fairly new to the British market but these guys know their stuff.
Note: Bet-at-Home is currently not available in Northern Ireland.
Welcome Offer – Bet £10 Get £20 Free
Sign up with Bet-at-Home through the button below, deposit and bet £10+, and you will receive a £20 bonus voucher code.
The offer we have arranged with Bet-at-Home is not available direct, to claim this offer you need to follow the following guidelines:
- Register for an account and verify your email and ID (see verification).
- Deposit £10 or more into your account.
- Bet the amount once, on anything you like with no minimum odds.
- Within 24-48hours* you will receive a £20 voucher code via email from bet-at-home.
- Go to your ‘My Account’ section and select ‘Redeem Voucher’.
- Enter the code that has been emailed to you into the voucher code box, see image below.
- Your £20 bonus voucher will be instantly added to your bonus funds balance.
* Your voucher code should be with you within two days, it is however possible this may take longer over weekends and holiday periods.
The free funds are allocated as a bonus not a free bet. This means you can split your bonus up into as many smaller bets as you wish. In order to withdraw the bonus and any bonus winnings you will need to rollover the voucher amount 3x (3 x £20 = £60) at odds of 1/2 (1.50) or greater.
All sports, markets, singles and multiples are applicable to the offer. The bonus remains valid for an incredibly long time of 180 days (~ 6 months), combined with this low wagering requirement this makes this one of the best bonus offers
Bet-at-home are very keen to verify an account so you may notice you are asked for verification documents, such as a copy of photo ID, when you register. Below is a screenshot of what you will see when you register.
This is nothing to worry about, all UK bookmakers do this and are required to by law. Other bookies usually wait a little longer to verify you and usually do it when you request your first withdrawal but either way you have to do it at some point.
The Bet-At-Home Site
The bet-at-home betting site is a dream to use once you get started. The interface is super clean and not crowded with markets and flash graphics. This makes finding what you want to bet on an absolute breeze. Live betting is equally as easy to use and in fact it is amazing how these guys cram so many markets into the space and yet keep the clarity.
The site covers all the standard markets a UK punter would expect as well as covering some more continental sports and specials markets in much more depth than a UK only bookmaker. The site also has a nice navigation feature listing ‘todays bets’ and ‘tomorrows bets’, this sounds like a simple thing but many bookies don’t do this. The site also has easy to find and use terms through player guides as well as results, live scores and statistics areas. Bet-at-home also have a casino and virtuals section.
For the average punter this book has everything you need to bet on standard sports markets. For those looking for lines not usually found elsewhere such as floorball, bandy, various combat sports and eSports then this is actually one of the best betting sites around. Bet-at-home have been around a long time and while they may be relatively new to the UK market they do have a lot of experience and resources.
Bet-at-home do not have any long running offers but will run event specific money back and free bet promotions for major events. The model of bet-at-home is a little more like BetVictor than Paddy Power, striving to give customers good value first before flashy offers. In the long run for raw odds you will be better off betting here but don’t expect thousands of weekly offers.
When available latest bet-at-home promotions are listed on our various sports pages.
The nice thing about this bookmaker is they don’t pretend to be British, they are an unashamedly European betting site with a UK license. Many other operators try to make out they are as British as pint of ale when in fact there is very little bulldog under the bonnet.
Bet-at-home are now based in Malta but originally they hail from Austria with offices still bases there as well as Germany and Gibraltar. The company was founded by Jochen Dickinger and Franz Omer back in 1999, listed on the Frankfurt stock exchange in 2004 but only obtained a UK gambling license in 2014, this is why you may not have heard much about them. The company are open and honest in every way and are even registered and licensed in their own name rather than under the umbrella of a holding company like many others.
Honesty and openness prevails with bet-at-home and this is rather refreshing. Bet-at-home do what you see on the tin. They have a clean and open sportsbook with live betting, great odds, all major markets covered and some minor markets too. If you are a standard punter or bettor looking for different lines to wager on then this bookmaker would make a welcome addition to your portfolio. They are also one of the best at leaving you alone, letting you get on with betting.
Certainly worth trying out, especially with £5 completely free. Remember however to verify your account when they ask you too. They are far more keen here than most betting sites but this is just for security.Claim Offer