10Bet Sign Up Bonus Terms
|Bonus type:||New customer deposit|
|Bonus amount:||50% up to £200|
|Minimum Deposit:||£15 / €15|
|Wagering Requirement:||Once the deposit and bonus amount has been rolled over 5 times, (at minimum odds of 1.60) the amount will be transferred to your cash account, where it can be withdrawn.|
Who are they?
10bet.com and 10bet.co.uk (licensed in Malta and the UK respectively) are operated by Blue Star Planet Ltd and have been on the scene since 2003. With an increasing market presence due to promotional campaigns and bonus specials, this is a bookmaker that should continue to grow in prominence in the gaming industry.
New Customers Only. 18+. T&Cs Apply. Wagering Requirements Apply.
Why should I bet with this bookmaker?
There are loads of markets offered by the sportsbook, both before events and in play, and the cash out/partial cash out functions are prominent features of their in-play provision. The platform and mobile app are easy to use, and the support functions and payout performance are well-received.
Why shouldn’t I bet with this bookmaker?
Margins are very rarely the greatest, there is no live streaming service or abundance of special features, and promotions and bonuses can be unnecessarily complex, particularly for less-experienced bettors.
Current sign-up bonus
Get up to £200 / €200 first deposit bonus
How to activate the sign-up bonus
- Open a new customer account
- Enter bonus code FD200 when making a qualifying deposit (minimum £15 / €15)
- Turn over the qualifying deposit once (at minimum odds of 1.60)
- The bonus amount (50%) will then be deposited in your bonus account. Once the deposit and bonus amount has been rolled over 5 times, (at minimum odds of 1.60) the amount will be transferred to your cash account, where it can be withdrawn.
Other noteworthy specials
10Bet has regular promotions which can be viewed under the promotions tab. Just some of those on offer currently are a £30 / €30 reload bonus on accumulators with 3+ selections, a 60% cash bonus on accumulators which include horse racing or football selections (Acca Jacker), up to a £10 free bet for losing returns on selected events, and more.
However, it must be said that unlike many others bookmaker offers, the specials offered here are sometimes unnecessarily complex, and reading (and reading again) the terms and conditions is a must before commencing.
Finally, there is Best Price Guaranteed on all British and Irish horse racing.
Sports and markets available
30 sports, esports, virtual sports and specials are all here, and margins are reasonable at around 5% on most sports, although this can creep as high as almost 7% and is far from industry leading. Markets are usually available early though, which can be a major plus. On your average in-play event there are a good number of markets available (approaching 100 on a big football game), including Asian markets, and the vast majority of punters will always find what they are looking to bet on.
Cash-out and partial cash-out options are offered on in-play bets which is a strong market offer. There are comprehensive livescore, results and statistics services to boot, the latter of which can be really useful when selecting bets as it includes options such as Over/Under occurrences per team and injury news. There’s also a really nice explanation section on the different bet types available (including Asian Handicap and Accumulators) for the uninitiated or bettors of the less experienced variety. No live streaming though, which is a downer.
There’s fractional, decimal and American odds, and customers can contact the sportsbook through phone and email, and live chat is offered in English (only).
A great selection of credit/debit cards, E-wallets including Neteller, Skrill, PayPal, as well as PaySafe, bank transfer, cheque and ecoPayz.
3.5/5 – 10bet are a solid bookmaker with efficient services and good early and in-play market options which will satisfy most punters. However, there are not a lot of special features (although cash-out is offered on in-play bets), and further points are lost by the fact that the terms and conditions on promotions can be unnecessarily complex, and tend to prevent much enjoyment (or benefit).