21Bet Price Boosts Review

If you’ve ever come across 21Bet before then you’ll know that they can be one of the more creative bookmakers out there. The welcome bonus here is like no other with the possibility of an ongoing £5.00 free bet for the life of your account as long as you meet certain staking requirements each week.

And, 21Bet are just starting to get involved in the type of new customer enhanced offer deal but, as you might expect, these have come with their own unique twist.

Enhanced Offers


Previous price boost deals are no guarantee of what’s to come but they usually give us good indicators for the future. Ahead of the infamous boxing match between Floyd Mayweather Jr and Conor McGregor in August 2017, 21Bet listed a new customer deal which promised a mighty 50/1 return if McGregor won by a knockout.

That was one of the biggest price boosts we had seen anywhere as the best standard market price for that outcome stood at 6/1 at the time.

Elsewhere, 21Bet have been associated with Wolverhampton Wanderers as the club’s official betting partner and a number of price boost deals focussed on that specific side. These included a promo ahead of the 2017/18 season that promised a return of 33/1 if Wolves finished the campaign as the top Midlands based team in the Championship.

Participating Sports

Like other bookmakers who take part in this type of offer, football is a big focal point and Wolves in particular should keep getting coverage as long as 21Bet are involved with them commercially. The offer for the big boxing match of 2017 was an interesting one and it suggested that this bookie may well get involved in some of the bigger events in the future.

Keep checking the 21Bet offers page for more details and also do check our news feeds as we will look to bring you the best of these offers as they drop in.

Significant Terms

The most important point to note in regard to the two offers that we listed above is that on both occasions, they were limited to the first 500 sign ups. The Conor McGregor offer seemed to go quite quickly and that’s not a huge surprise when you consider the price that was involved.

Beyond that unusual requirement, 21Bet pay out the enhanced part of the price as free bet tokens as most bookies do so no surprises there and in both cases, the stake was fixed at £1.00. Of course, you should check all terms and conditions of any offers as they come through.

Banking

21Bet made no specific reference to banking requirements when they issued these offers although we do recommend that debit and credit cards are used for enhanced odds promotions. Ewallets are frequently excluded from deals and it’s safer to use a card and be sure that you are qualifying for the deal and don’t fall foul of any small print.

In both of the examples mentioned above, a minimum deposit of £10.00 was required in order to proceed with the offer.

21Bet Overview

We’ve mentioned that 21Bet is a very innovative bookmaker and there are a number of good promotions that you won’t find anywhere else. There is that free bet deal that could potentially run for the entire life of your account and among a number of other deals, this bookmaker has also run a promotion where you could submit your own promo idea.

There are strong prices too and one of the better range of markets among the lesser-known bookies so 21Bet are well worth a try if you’re looking for a new provider.

Summary

21Bet have been fairly quiet in terms of enhanced offers but there are signs that this could be about to change. In the summer of 2017 we saw that price boost deal for the Mayweather v McGregor fight and they seem set to get behind Wolves again for the new football season in 2017/18.

The prices involved are very good and the terms fair. You do have to be quick to get in to the selected first 500 customers and that could be the only drawback on what look to be some excellent promotions.

Pros

  • High prices when price boost offers do appear.
  • Fair terms and so far there has been a choice of sports.
  • Good all round bookie with some value for money general offers.

Cons

  • Offers so far have been limited to the first 500 sign ups