Bet At Home Review
When you log on to the Bet At Home website you might think you have gone back in time to 1997; yes, it looks very old hat compared to the modern breed of bookmakers.
But that is part of the charm, and actually if we dig a bit deeper we actually find a sportsbook bustling with features and plus points.
Bet At Home is one of Europe’s most widely used sportsbooks with more than 4 million registered users, and these have all come to the conclusion that substance over style is the key when it comes to the bookies.
Pros and cons
With such a large European fanbase it is no surprise to see that football takes precedence at Bet At Home. Great news: their odds are typically very generous indeed, and there is decent market coverage from across world football.
Not so great is the complete absence of horse racing and greyhound betting, but if you are a football or ‘all round’ bettor then they have plenty to enjoy.
The thing with Bet At Home is that while they do have an app, you can’t actually place a bet with it! Their Sports Maps app provides updates of the latest sporting events in your area, which is handy but not great for bettors.
So to place your bets you will need to point your mobile or tablet’s browser at the Bet At Home channel. Whisper it: this mobile site is probably better than their main HQ. It’s nicely laid out and makes great use of touchscreen technology. Just slide around the various menus and you will find making a deposit/withdraw and placing your bets a doddle.
This platform has been optimised for both Android and Apple devices, so spending some quality time with Bet At Home is all in your hands.
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Bet at Home review summary
First impressions count, as the old saying goes, and the one that Bet at Home delivers is perhaps not the greatest. But the message from TopRatedBetting is to stick with it: there is a lot to admire here.
For football punters you will get your hands on some rather good prices; Bet At Home doesn’t feature on Oddschecker, but if they did they would stack up well against the big boys.
If you enjoy live betting then you will be delighted with the offering here: stacks of event, plenty of market depth and great odds 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
And a quick mention to their Virtual platform too; this is one of the most action-packed forms of betting around.
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