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NetBet Sportsbook

6.5
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What we like
  • Good Bet Builder feature
  • Vast choice of sports to bet on
  • 24/7 live chat support
What we don’t like
  • No live streaming
  • Customer support not available via phone
  • General
  • Payments
  • Betting Info
  • Responsible Gambling

Languages

English, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish

Licences

UK Gambling Commission, Malta Gaming Authority, Romanian National Gambling Office

Other Products

Casino, ESports, Virtual Sports

Betting Apps

Android, iOS

Affiliate Program

Established

2001

Company

NetBet Enterprises Limited

Live Chat

24/7

Contact

Support Email: [email protected]

Deposit Methods

Visa, MasterCard, Neteller, Payz, Skrill, Trustly, CashtoCode, Bank Wire Transfer, AstroPay Card, Paysafecard

Currencies

Euros, US dollars, British pounds sterling, Romanian lei, Swiss francs, Brazilian reals

Withdrawal Methods

Bank Transfer, Trustly, MasterCard, Neteller, Paysafecard, Payz, Skrill, Visa

Withdrawal Times

EWallets: 0-24 hours
Bank Transfers: 3-7 days
Card Payments: 3-5 days
Pending Time: 24-48 hours

Withdrawal Limit

EUR 100,000 per month

Betting Features

Bet Builder In Play Betting Live Streaming Cash Out

Odds Types

Fractional Decimal American

Betting Types

Accumulator Betting (Parlays), Asian Handicap, Betboost, Both Teams To Score, Corner Kicks Betting, Correct Score, Double Chance, Draw No Bet, Fixed Odds, Futures and Outright Bets, Half Time Full Time Betting, Handicap Betting, Moneyline, Pleasers, Points Spread, Proposition Bets (Prop Bets), Teasers, Totals

Sports

American Football, Athletics, Aussie Rules, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Beach Soccer, Beach Volleyball, Bowls, Boxing, Chess, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Field Hockey, Floorball, Football, Formula 1, Futsal, Gaelic Games, Golf, Greyhounds, Handball, Horse Racing, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, MMA, Motorsport, Rugby League, Rugby Union, Snooker, Squash, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball, Waterpolo, Winter Sports, PesaPallo, WWE

Deposit Limit Tool

Wager Limit Tool

Loss Limit Tool

Time/Session Limit Tool

Self-Exclusion Tool

Cool Off/Time-Out Tool

Reality Check Tool

Self-Assessment Test

Withdrawal Lock

Self-Exclusion Register Participation

Gamstop

Editors’ View 

From excellent ongoing promos, to covering all the sports people want to bet on and providing customers with a good blog and Help Centre to improve their overall experience, NetBet is a sportsbook where there’s already plenty to like. Read our NetBet review below to learn all the details about the operator and discover if it could be the right choice for you.

General Information and Safety Details about NetBet 

NetBet was formed in 2001, got its first gambling licence in 2006, and is present in multiple countries, including the UK. Their website currently has 11 different language versions. 

The betting company, which offers poker, Casino, Live Casino, and Lotto products in addition to sports, is owned by NetBet Enterprises Limited. Its headquarters are in Malta, and it operates in the UK under the UK Gambling Commission licence. 

NetBet customer reviews all point towards this being a safe, ethical site you can trust.

NetBet Payments and Withdrawals 

When it comes to funding your NetBet account and getting your winnings out, you’re pretty spoilt for choice here. 

As regards deposits, in addition to the ever-present methods like Visa and Mastercard and PayPal, other options include Boku, Paysafecard, Google Pay, Trustly and Payz. 

All of those have a minimum deposit of £10, with the maximum amount varying quite a bit from one method to another. If you want to deposit very large sums of money (£30,000 and above), you’ll need to use Visa or Mastercard, whereas most of the other methods allow you to deposit up to £10,000 per transaction. They’re all instant when it comes to the money appearing in your account, and there are no charges. 

In terms of NetBet withdrawal options, all of the ones mentioned above are also available to get your money out, except PaysafeCard and Google Pay. If you deposited using Google Pay, NetBet betting rules state that you’ll need to withdraw via a bank transfer. 

Though they advertise all methods as taking 24-48 hours for the money to reach you, we know from experience that the likes of PayPal should take less time, while bank transfers can take a bit longer. The minimum withdrawal is £10. Bank transfers and debit cards allow you to withdraw up to £35,000, and it’s £10,000 for most of the other ones.

NetBet Customer Service and User Experience

To get your NetBet account up and running, click on the Join Now button, then provide an e-mail address, mobile number, username, and password—the last two are essential parts of your NetBet login. You’ll then need to provide further details, including your home address. 

When doing this NetBet sportsbook review, we didn’t find its homepage to be too cluttered, and it conveniently links to some of the biggest sports competitions (Premier League, IPL) above the A-Z list of sports.

They also did well in our NetBet app review, both on Android and iOS, for having an app that mirrors the sensible and clean design on a laptop or desktop and allows you to do everything you need on the go from your phone. 

If you encounter any issues, head to the Help Centre and go through their FAQs to try to get your query answered. If the answer is not there, you can reach Customer Service (CS) by Live Chat, e-mail, X and even WhatsApp, which is rare indeed for online betting sites. 

However, at the moment, they don’t have a phone number where you can speak to a CS agent.

NetBet’s Best Offers

Placing a £5 Bet Builder at odds of 4.0 or higher when you start out at NetBet isn’t just a chance to treble your money if the bet comes in. 

It’s also your passport to getting a £10 free bet, to be used on any acca on any sport, that makes up the NetBet sign-up offer. And that’s certainly not where the offers begin and end because there are more bonuses up for grabs here than at a lot of other new sports betting sites. 

In another NetBet bonus offer, you can get further free bets when placing Bet Builders on certain matches. There are also boosts on your acca up to 50% when adding extra selections, a weekly chance to get a £5 free bet when placing a £10 4-fold on English football and an early payout (in this case, it has nothing to do with Cash Out) if the team you bet on to win goes two goals up at any stage of the match.

Betting Features Available at NetBet

Just like there is no shortage of bonuses, NetBet also offers some exciting betting features: 

You can choose to use the Cash Out betting feature on your bet for a guaranteed win or to recover some of your stakes on a bet likely to lose. It is available for both singles and accas. The only downside is that partial and Auto Cash Outs aren’t available here; only full Cash Outs.

NetBet’s in-play betting section offers plenty of sports and markets to bet on, so you should find your favourite options there.

Most sportsbooks offer Bet Builder only for football. But NetBet ratings go up a notch for the fact that in addition to offering it on football, they also offer Bet Builders for basketball, American football, baseball, and more, which is very impressive indeed.

It's not a betting feature as such, but we liked their blog, which contains betting previews for football, tennis, and a few other sports. Some of the football ones were written by former Arsenal and England star Ray Parlour. The blog also features some solid and informative educational content, highlighting some of the biggest events for several sports and how to play different markets. 

Most Popular Sports at NetBet

The fact that most of the homepage is filled with links to football matches should give you a clue as to which sport is king here. The day we were doing our NetBet review, we found odds on over 700 different football matches, with the vast majority of them also available for in-play betting, including less popular leagues like Bahrain, Estonia, Latvia and Vietnam, for example. 

Other sports that attract plenty of interest include tennis, horse racing, rugby league and union, and as is the case at so many other sportsbooks these days, esports. There are also markets for lacrosse, netball, pelota and sumo wrestling, among others, for you to bet on should you want to.  

NetBet’s Commitment to Responsible Gambling

NetBet takes responsible gambling seriously, and bettors can find plenty of resources and tools on the website. 

That includes helpful content on the frame of mind you should (and shouldn’t) be in when gambling, how to protect minors from having access to betting sites, links to charities and other organisations that can help problem gamblers, and providing guides on which responsible gambling tools are available and how to use them. 

Players can set deposit and loss limits, undergo reality checks, and even take 24-hour time-outs when deemed necessary. NetBet also offers self-exclusion from gaming for a minimum of six months.

Final Verdict on NetBet 

NetBet is a solid sportsbook that provides a decent enough welcome offer, a great variety of ongoing sportsbook bonuses and promos that offer real value, a reliable and intuitive mobile app, an excellent football product, sports available that many other betting sites ignore like lacrosse, chess and sumo wrestling. It also provides competitive odds, which is right up there with one of the most important factors of all.  

Some things we didn’t like include the lack of customer service by phone, live streaming service and the partial and Auto Cash-Out features in addition to full cash out. Overall, it is a sportsbook that provides a comprehensive and fun sports betting experience. 

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