JenningsBet Review

In some parts of the UK, JenningsBet are a very familiar name on the high street. They may not have the global reach of some of their online competitors but, having set up their first betting shop in 1961, they have over 50 years of experience in the industry and that should count for a lot.

In 2017, there are more than 100 JenningsBet shops in the UK but when you move online, you need to provide plenty to the customer so that you don’t have to depend on their loyalty.

JenningsBet Promotions

Traditionally there hasn’t been a welcome deal on the sports section of the site but you can usually find a generous opening offer on the casino section. The value here comes in a long term relationship with this bookmaker and while that focuses mainly on their standard odds, there are some promos to be had once you are signed up.

JenningsBet’s deals for multiple bets is called Acca Protection and this will refund losing stakes up to £50.00 for 5 or more leg multis in the football markets when one leg lets you down.

In addition, there is a best odds guarantee scheme on all UK and Irish Horse Racing.

Sporting Markets and Odds Value

There is a comprehensive list of sports options at JenningsBet and this reads as follows:

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

For UK bettors, the attraction will probably lie in the list of traditional sports which includes horse racing. While they can be very traditional in their outlook, JenningsBet can also move with the times and they have a dedicated section for eSports which covers all of the main events. Political and entertainment options are here too and there is good value in the prices which compare well to all of the main UK established bookies.


The basic set of funding options is here so you can get access to your JenningsBet account with any of the major debit cards. The biggest eWallet providers are here too so Skrill and Neteller can be added to that list.

Yes there are wider schedules elsewhere but all that is really missing is the more obscure eWallet operators so while this is relatively small, there should be at least one funding option for all players.

Customer Service

While some sections, such as banking, can be fairly basic, others are much more extensive and the customer service facilities here really cover all bases. There is a live chat operator which you may not have expected to see and this is here to answer all kinds of questions in the fastest possible time.

JenningsBet also publish an email address if you prefer to do things a little more anonymously while clicking on the help button brings up a fairly basic set of FAQs. Overall it’s a very good section and there is fast and helpful service here.


In many ways JenningsBet are a traditional UK sport bookmaker and there are no frills to certain sections of this website. The value comes in consistently good prices and not in flashy welcome offer that disappears quickly. While the lack of any such offer will put off some players you shouldn’t really be deterred because those odds can compete well with any brand.

They can move with the times too and that’s evidenced by their live chat plus the inclusion of some of the more obscure niche markets and a growing set of eSports bets. Overall it’s a good package with lots of compelling reasons to sign up here.

Pros (+):

  • Acca Insurance offer on multiple bets with very high refund threshold of £50.00
  • Good choice of markets with traditional options plus eSports and novelty bets
  • Excellent prices across all markets
  • Extensive set of effective customer service options

Cons (-):

  • No welcome bonus for new players as of July 2017