We’ll begin our 10Bet review where we think so many others start their betting journey and that’s with the promotions, or more specifically, the 10Bet welcome offer. The reason this is a logical starting point is that this promotion is often used by the operator as a kind of advertisement for everything else that’s on offer. That’s why you can often find some very generous examples, and we hope 10Bet lives up to those expectations, whether a 10Bet bonus code is needed or not.
This is a £50 welcome bonus which has a minimum deposit of £15. There is a 10Bet bonus code you’ll need to utilise – at the time of writing, that code is PLAY10, so remember that to avoid disappointment. It’s a 50% matched bonus code, so you would need to deposit £100 to receive the full £50. Vitally, the wagering requirement here is a mere 8x the qualifying deposit and bonus amount, making this very competitive.
Other important terms include a 30-day time limit to convert the bonus winnings into real money and minimum odds of 4/5 on singles or 2/5 on acca selections. Do keep in mind this is only an overview of the 10Bet sign up offer, and you should always check the terms and conditions yourself to get the full picture, as they are subject to change. Still, what we can see here is a very generous offer indeed.
Other 10Bet sportsbook and casino promotions
That’s far from all that’s available. Although that’s the only 10Bet sign up offer at the time of writing, there’s also the opportunity to get a £5 10Bet free bet if you bet £30 on Liverpool and Chelsea and there are over 25 free kicks. There’s an accumulator bonus, which provides a £5 free bet if a £30 plus acca with three legs (minimum odds 2/5 per leg) does not win. Similarly, there’s also a 50% acca boost promotion, which offers up to 50% extra on accumulator bonuses, with a 2% extra on trebles moving up to the full 50% on 16 folds.
The only instance of a free bet is if your horse is beaten by a head or less: you can get your stake refunded by up to£10. To receive this, all you need to do is email their support team with your claim and the header “head or less money back”. We haven’t noticed any other examples which require a 10Bet bonus code.
On the casino side of things, there’s the opportunity to get 20 free spins when you bet £50 on Cash Noir, and the opportunity to win £3,000 in a new slots tournament, as well as £2,000,000 being given out in total through daily cash prizes running over several months.
All in all, it’s a really terrific selection, with a great amount of additions to complement the 10bet sign up offer. They also aren’t especially fiddly or difficult to understand, with no hidden 10bet bonus codes to take away your bonus on a technicality – with the exception of that 10Bet sign up offer, and that is made very clear. It’s a creative and really great value selection of promotions.
Before we begin, we think it’s fair to say that unlike a 10Bet sign up offer – which pretty much everyone would view as a positive – not everyone has the same tastes when it comes to design. Some may enjoy a more conservative aesthetic, while others prefer colourful sites with plenty of personality. We don’t think there’s necessarily a right or wrong answer in that regard. What we do instead in this part of our 10Bet review is judge how well we think the operator pulls off whatever look they’re trying to achieve.
10Bet doesn’t do anything too out there aesthetically, but does have a cool, modern look that we think will please a lot of people. It looks very sporty, with designs that wouldn’t appear out of place in the advertisements for a sports clothing store. If you’re after a kind of stripped-back but modern look, we imagine you’ll be happy with what you find here.
10Bet structure and technical performance
Something more objective is how the site does when it comes to structure. By this, we mean how well the site lays out everything so it can all be easily found. For instance, if you had to spend a huge amount of time trying to figure out where the 10Bet bonus code is for the 10Bet sign up offer, we would not view this as good structural design.
Luckily, this operator has no such problems, with everything we wanted to find being logically and easily apparent. It seems that their stripped-back approach also has the benefit of leaving the site uncluttered, which naturally helps in this regard.
There’s also the technical side of things. In other words, how well does the site operate, and does everything work as it should? We spent a lot of time with the site and didn’t notice anything in terms of slowdown, broken links or anything else that could be viewed as a negative in this respect. The 10Bet bonus code for the 10Bet sign up offer works fine too. All in all then, pretty much perfect marks for the design portion of our 10Bet review.
There’s no more important part of our 10Bet review than the payments section. After all, you can’t do very much if you don’t have a relevant payment option. The options currently available for deposit include Visa/Mastercard/Maestro, PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, Skrill 1-Tap, Paysafecard, EcoPayz, Trustly and Apple Pay. That’s a solid, trustworthy line up, which will make a lot of people happy.
The minimum you can deposit is £10 and to do so, just click the plus button (this may also be the avatar icon, depending what page you are on) on the top right-hand corner of your screen. The maximum deposit amount ranges between £2,000 and £50,000. All deposit options are instant and should appear in your account within seconds. This is pretty much everything you could want from deposit options, with the exception of cryptocurrencies.
The withdrawal options are the same with the exception of Skrill 1-Tap, Paysafecard and Apple Pay, but there is the inclusion of Fast Bank Transfer. The minimum withdrawal amount is £10, and the maximum is £50,000. Card withdrawal takes between 1-5 business days, e-wallets take between 1-2 days and bank transfer takes between 1-3 business days. This means that pretty much all the options available to you are good ones, with e-wallets taking the lead if you’re looking for a speedy withdrawal.
Clear information on payment options
One thing we really want to praise 10Bet for here – and you can’t necessarily appreciate it unless you check it out for yourself – is how easily laid out everything is. Banking can often be very frustrating to analyse because the details are hard to come by, but here, we didn’t have to contact customer service or spend hours scouring through terms and conditions. Everything we needed to know was clear and present on the Payment Method page in easy to understand language.
It’s clear that this is an operator very capable of standing up to other heavy hitters, which you can check out in our 5Dimes review, Intertops review and Bovada review, as just a small sample.
No matter how good a betting site is, you always need a quality customer service team just in case. With that said, we don’t think you’ll end up having to go to them as often as you might with other competitors, so impressive is the layout and structure of the site, as noted earlier in this 10Bet review.
In fact, the Help section was so good that we started to worry 10Bet may use this as an excuse not to have proper person-to-person customer service. Such a thing would certainly give the competition a leg up on 10Bet. In fact, you can see how some of the competition fares in our other reviews, including our BetOnline review and our Bodog reviews, to give but a couple of examples.
Happily though, that’s not the case, with 24/7 support available through email, phone and live chat. Not only that but you’re getting quality as well as quantity when it comes to customer service, with knowledgeable staff and quick responses. From the 10Bet sign up offer and its 10Bet bonus code, now to customer service, we’ve been impressed with every element of our 10Bet review so far.
If everything else in our 10Bet review came out perfect but they weren’t up to standard here, we’d still be recommending you stay away from the operator – that’s just how important we consider licensing and security. Happily, we’re more than satisfied with what we see here.
For starters, 10Bet are licensed by the Great Britain Gambling Commission, alongside being licensed and regulated through the Malta Gaming Authority and holding a remote bookmakers license for customers in the Republic of Ireland. This pretty much explains their international reach and appeal.
10Bet’s commitment to responsible gambling
In terms of responsible betting, they utilise the likes of the UK Gambling Commission, BeGambleAware and GAMSTOP to help people stay within their limits. This is alongside practical measures like allowing players to actually set financial limits, utilise time outs, set reality check reminders and self-exclusions. Always remember that even if you don’t need these features, they’re still one of the most important things to look for when it comes to finding a decent bookmaker, as it’s an important reflection of how they view their responsibilities to their users.
This also includes providing advice for the protection of minors, alongside links to filter software to restrict access. Of course, there’s also account verification which not only keeps the site safe from fraud, but also ensures no underage users can access the site. Failure to provide proper photographic identification will lead to you being unable to use your account, and remembering the 10Bet bonus code won’t be able to help you here.
When it comes to security, 10Bet can compete with anyone, which is the only level of quality we’d expect for something so important. We take this approach with all our reviews, including our GTBets review, Betclic review, MyBookie review and Bethard review.
As we’ve mentioned previously in the 10Bet review, this is an operator with plenty of great promotions, including that excellent 10Bet sign up offer. And you could argue that many of these do reward loyalty in some form or another.
With that said, there’s nothing we would view as a traditional reward or loyalty program, meaning that we’ll not be including anything here. For the vast majority of people, this won’t be an issue, as there’s plenty of other options. Plus, loyalty schemes tend to be focused on the highest of high rollers.
However, its inclusion would only benefit some and would not be a negative to others, so this is a small disappointment, although whether it affects you really depends on how you like to bet. On the plus side, there’s no extra 10Bet bonus codes you have to remember, so every cloud has a silver lining.