SuperLenny Review – £25 Risk Free Bet

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Don’t be put off by the name SuperLenny have a great sportsbook for the average punter. In some ways SupperLenny provide a better betting site for the occasional bettor compared to massive bookmakers such as William Hill due to the lack of complexity and subsequent reduced crowding of pages.

The introductory offer is also nice and clear and easy to use with no massive rollover requirements or huge deposit requirements.

SuperLenny Sports – £25 No Risk Bet

To claim the welcome offer sign up with SuperLenny below and make a minimum initial deposit of £25 or more. Place a £25+ bet on any sport at minimum odds of Evens (2.0) or higher.

If your first bet loses the bookie will credit you with a £25 free bet. The free token can be used on any market with odds of 1/2 (1.50) or more within 30 days of award, free bet stake is not returned. Freebet winnings must then be rolled over just the once again at odds of 1/2+.

Customers who make their initial deposit using Skrill (moneybookers) or Neteller are ineligible for the welcome bonus.

SuperLenny Casino – £150 + 150 Free Spins

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If you decide to sign up to the casino instead you can receive a matched deposit bonus up to £50 (min £20) with 50 free spins on a leading game. This needs to be rolled over 60 times to withdraw winnings and bonus. The bonus can be claimed a further two times (i.e 3 x £50 + 3 x 50 spins) giving a possible maximum bonus of £150.

Once you have an account you will find SuperLenny provide all of the standard markets with decent depth, options and features for the regular punter. For the more adventurous or those looking for something different this bookmaker provide other more usual sports such as Alpine Skiing, Biathlon, Bandy, fighting, floorball and more.

You are not going to find endless offers and features such as streaming with this betting site but what you do get is all of the features needed to bet on your favourite sports including good live betting without all of the razzle dazzle. SuperLenny is also quite a fun place to bet with good social engagement, occasional loyalty features and a talking mascot with a Deer’s head asking customers to “Deer to Bet different”.

Other Promotions

SuperLenny don’t run many regular offers but you will see some latest temporary offers around top events that can be found on our sports offers pages. In some ways this is reassuring as by not running costly offers all of the time this smaller bookmaker can keep odds prices competitive and fair for existing customers.

BUX – One thing SuperLenny are good at is loyalty, they let you earn BUX for betting (basically complementary points) that can be traded for things like free spins.  BUX can be earned in the spotsbook or casino with all points going into the same balance.  BUX can be traded for cash free spins with no wagering requirements.

About SuperLenny

superlenny-2SuperLenny has Scandinavian roots in Sweden but is now operated by Betit Operations Ltd, registered in Malta and regulated by the Maltese gaming authority. Betit Operations hold a full UK gambling commission licence.

One of the best aspects about SuperLenny is the simplicity of the sports book. Everything about the interface is super easy to use. Markets are not overcrowded but there is enough depth to cope with most wagers you want to place. A lack of flashy offers and features means information is spread out with large font sizes and clear features. Live betting is again sufficient for average demand and if you mainly bet on major sports such as football and tennis you will notice little difference from some of the big boys.

If you are looking for a bookmaker with tons of features such as streaming, mobile apps, news and lots of promotions then SuperLenny is not for you but there is no reason why you shouldn’t at least incorporate these guys into your betting portfolio. Strangely though this is actually one of the only places to go to bet on things like Skiing (alpine, cross country, jump, etc), indicative of the bookmaker’s origins in Sweden.

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