RedBet Review & Free Bet
Licensed and operating out of Malta, RedBet first graced the online sports betting scene in 2004 and has come a long way since then. Customers at RedBet can expect some of the most advanced technology in the industry and when you pair this with their expansive range of products, such as a casino, live casino and poker, you really get an idea as to how they have surged in popularity.
The company offers their products in 7 different languages, meaning that if English isn’t your first choice, you can switch freely at any time to something you are more comfortable understanding.
Website – Layout & Interface:
The layout at RedBet is something that we have seen before and isn’t too dissimilar from that which you would expect from a regular sportsbook. As the name suggests, the website has splashes of red throughout it and the homepage is a situated on a white background, there is an occasional black header and the minimalistic colour scheme really does the site justice.
The RedBet logo can be found in the top left-hand corner of the homepage and across, on the other side of the page is a section for offers, support and is also where players will find the login and signup sections. Underneath, on the black header, is the main menu that you will be using to traverse RedBet’s products and here you will find links to their Poker, Live Casino, Live Betting and Online Casino sections.
On the left hand side of the page is where RedBet has included a “Top Events” section; here is where you can browse some of the most popular and heavily browsed leagues and sports in current times, at RedBet. Further down is the complete list of sports that you can find here and across the page is where you will locate your own individual RedBet bet slip. Underneath your bet slip is a schedule of some of the matches that are upcoming and below that is a taste of some events that are currently live.
There are a few different sport markets that RedBet provides to their customers, consisting of Football, Tennis, Aussie Rules, Baseball, Boxing, Cycling, eSports, Golf, Ice Hockey, Motor Racing, Rugby Union, Specials, Surfing, Trotting, Winter Sports, Basketball, Athletics, Badminton, Beach Volleyball, Cricket, Darts, American Football, Handball, MMA, Rugby League, Snooker, Pool, Speedway, Table Tennis and Volleyball.
As you can probably tell, there an impressive amount of sport markets to be taken advantage of at RedBet but they also have some great betting markets to enjoy and if you are a fan of football, you will find favourites such as 1X2 Full-Time, Total Goals, Double Chance, Both Teams to Score, First to Score, Handicap, Draw No Bet, Correct Score, Total Team Goals, Half-Time/Full-Time, Goal Scorer, Winning Margin, To Win To Nil and loads more.
Welcome Bonus & Promotions:
New players who sign up and create an account with RedBet will receive a welcome bonus of £10, whilst this is a 100% matched deposit bonus, so it does require that you credit your account with £10 to receive this. This isn’t our favourite bonus out there and this is mainly because there are other sites that offer the same thing but a vastly larger amount, however, for a player who is looking to try RedBet out before committing to them, this would be perfect.
There isn’t much else in store once the welcome bonus is used up but RedBet do allow customers to cash out on their bets which adds a whole new dimension to sports betting and gives you more control than ever before.
One thing we like in particular about RedBet is their expansive range of sports that they offer in-play betting options for. Players can bet during live play on Football, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball, Bowls, Beach Volleyball, Ice Hockey, Cricket, Volleyball and Table Tennis.
The console, overall, is very easy to get to grips with and switching between sports, events and competitions is incredibly easy due to the design. When we took a closer look and inspected the RedBet betting markets, we were happy with what we found and football had some excellent live markets, such as Correct Score, Both Teams to Score, Total Goals, Draw No Bet, Double Chance, 1X2,as well as minute by minute coverage, to name a few.
Mobile & Tablet:
As of right now, there isn’t a dedicated mobile betting application for RedBet, however, they have fully optimised their website to run smoothly from your portable devices. The mobile version of their website contains all of the great stuff that you can find on the desktop version, including the in-play console and welcome bonus. So if you are into playing on the go, RedBet has your interests covered and for all of you app lovers, you never know what the future might hold.
Customers can use various different payment methods to credit and withdraw funds from their RedBet account. These range from banking and card methods such as Visa, MasterCard, Visa Electron, as well as e-wallets like Skrill, Neteller, Trustly, iDeal and zimpler. If you are simply looking to use a method with the fastest payout times, we recommend that you choose e-wallets as the funds can be in your account within 24 hours.
Players can contact the RedBet support team if they have any questions or queries that they need help with. RedBet provides help in a few different ways, such as live chat, email and via telephone; it is also worth noting that they have an FAQ section on the website, which is worth checking should your problem not require immediate assistance. The support open hours are between 08:00 and 0:00, so sadly not 24 hours a day which is something they may be looking to amend in the future.
RedBet are a fantastic example of a solid sportsbook that is ticking most of the right boxes in current times. They have a fantastic layout that will be easy for any player with prior experience in the field to pick up and if we pair this with their expertly crafted in-play console, it is easy to see why they are so popular at the moment.