10Bet Review

Since their arrival on the bookmaking scene back in 2003, 10Bet have evolved quickly to become a respected operator and one that is known for offering value. That value comes in their odds and in a range of promotions for new and existing customers.

Their head office is based in London so 10Bet can be classed among the best of the UK bookies and there’s certainly plenty to enjoy here.

10Bet Bonus and Ongoing Promotions

10Bet’s welcome offer for new players can earn up to a seriously impressive £50 and it is in the form of a 50% match on your first deposit. OK so you have to credit the sizeable sum in order to take full advantage of this deal but it’s worth doing when you compare that bonus to others in the market.

Alternatively, you can deposit the minimum amount of £15 and still receive your 50% match.

For existing customers, there is a good set of regular deals that can change frequently but expect a football acca insurance and lots of offers on horse racing at most times of the year.

New customers only; Min. deposit €15 (no Skrill/Neteller) | Bonus amount is 100% of deposit up to €50; Terms apply; 18+; MGA licensed (MGA/B2C/331/2016); BeGambleAware.org Terms apply

Significant terms for UK:
New Customers only; Min. deposit £15; Bonus amount 50% of deposit up to £50; Wager deposit and bonus 8x within 30 days; 4/5 Min. single odds or 2/5 min. acca selection odds; Max. stake contribution equal to the initial bonus; Certain bet types and payment methods excluded; See full terms; Terms apply; 18+

Sporting Markets and Odds Value

One of 10Bet’s tag lines tells you that they provide ‘Great Odds’ and when we check various markets that does seem to be the case. They are strong on football and horse racing and lots of niche events too.

There is a good choice when it comes to quoted sports and you can stake in any of the following:-

Football, Basketball, American Football, Tennis, Baseball, Ice Hockey, Handball, Rugby League, Golf, Snooker, Pool, Darts, Cycling, Speedway, Volleyball, Boxing, Cricket, Winter Sports, Rugby Union, Badminton, Aussie, Rules, MMA, Cricket, Surfing.

There is a good selection of side betting within each of those sports so you’ll have more options here than with most operators.


There is a relatively limited range of e-wallet facilities at 10Bet but the main providers are here and they include Paypal, Skrill and Neteller. EcoPay is another option or, if you like to use traditional methods, you can deposit to or withdraw from your account with a bank transfer or a debit card.

Cheques can also be issued but expect a delay with these whereas other facilities are fast and free of fees.

Customer Service

10Bet’s Google listing promises a live chat but it couldn’t be found when we logged on to the main website. Instead, you need to scroll down to the contact us button at the bottom left and you will find an online contact form and a dedicated e-mail address.

A Freephone number is also quoted and 10Bet promise to get back to you within 24 hours but these options could be wider and could also be easier to find.


10Bet have become an established name in the UK betting industry and with an opening offer worth up to £100.00, it’s easy to see why this operator is popular. Unlike other outlets, they go on to back that initial deal up with a great choice of regular promos and it’s certainly worth hanging around here for the long term.

Prices are good across the board and there is a good selection of side markets and live betting so it’s good to sign up if you’re a regular or just a recreational punter.

Pros (+)

  • Great opening welcome bonus: 50% match on first deposit up to £100.00
  • Excellent set of ongoing promotions including Acca insurance and more
  • Competitive prices in all markets
  • Choice of funding options includes Paypal

Cons (-)

  • Customer service options could be wider and more prominent