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21Bet Review - Summary
21Bet only launched in 2016, so compared to the big hitters in the industry they are very much babies, however, there’s nothing about their sportsbook that suggests that they’re in the least bit infantile. But though they have made a very strong impression since their inception, how do 21Bet match up to their elderly counterparts?
- 14-hour customer support via live chat and email
- Every 10 bets you get a free bet – forever!
- £10 minimum withdrawal and £10 minimum deposit
- More than 20 sports to bet on plus specials and virtual sports.
On sign up at 21Bet, you will receive a free £10 bet once you have wagered £10 or more five times.
Initially, that doesn’t sound too great, however, thereafter for every consecutive rolling seven day period that you place 10 bets or more of a minimum of £10 in stakes at Evens (2.0) or greater, 21Bet will give you with another free bet.
This offer will only continue to last as long as you continue to meet the requirements!
Deposits and Withdrawals
The minimum single deposit is £10 and the minimum withdrawal £10 is with all payment methods.
You can deposit and withdraw payments via the following methods: Visa, Mastercard, Skrill, Neteller, entropay, ecoPayz, help2pay and Bank Transfer.
Hmm, very decent, this. Very decent indeed. 21Bet offer a whole host of extra features on their sportsbook, and they’re bloody great ones too. Not just extra ways to enhance your betting experience, but extra ways to enhance your bank balance too!
So what exactly do you get? Well, there’s: price boosts, acca boosts, a VIP section, refer a friend offers, horse racing promotions, cash out and plenty more!
There’s no live streaming, which is a bit of a disappointing, but there’s sooooo many offers and promotions that you can take advantage of to reward you for your loyalty. Magnifico!
So, 21Bet then. How does it stack up against the bigger boys of the industry? Errm, yeah, pretty well all told. The website works across all devices wonderfully well and the look and feel of the site is quite beautiful too.
Extra features? Yeah pretty decent as well. There are loads of promotions and offers which run throughout the year, you’re not just lured in with a tasty welcome offer and cast aside like you often are with a lot of other sites.
But having said that, the welcome offer is pretty lovely too. In fact, there’s very little that lets 21Bet down. It might not be the biggest name in the industry, but its sure as hell making its mark.
Author: Tom Mortimer
Tom is the editor at Betting Circle and has been creating online content for over 10 years. Tom mainly writes about sport and gambling, but every now and then also delves into fleshier subjects like politics and psychology. When he was 18 he created HungarianFootball.com and over the last few years he's written on a freelance basis for ESPN, WorldSoccer, Goal.com, among many others.