The trend for issuing price boosts and enhanced offers continues and one of the latest bookmakers to join in is Redbet. This is an active sportsbook in terms of promotions and they have been a welcome addition to the list of bookies providing these deals.
Their primary focus is on new customer deals but if you are already a customer then there is lots to enjoy here.
Redbet Enhanced Offers
New customers to Redbet’s sportsbook can take advantage of the generic offer or, they can wait until an enhanced odds deal comes in. They usually arrive on a weekly basis and while terms and numbers are subject to change, they’ve been following a common theme.
Typically, Redbet will take the biggest football match in a Premier League or FA Cup weekend and give a price boost on one of the teams to win it. For example, when Arsenal played Manchester United in the fourth round of the FA Cup in January 2019, Redbet took the Gunners’ win price of around 8/5 and lifted that up to 20/1.
20/1 is a typical figure but there have been exceptions. In the League Cup semi final second leg between Burton Albion and Manchester City in 2019, Redbet quoted a colossal 150/1 on Burton to win. That bet may not have landed but it’s an indicator that we could see some very highly priced promos from this bookmaker.
Regular price boosts for existing customers are harder to find. The bookmaker does make reference to this type of offer in their general terms and conditions however so it’s a good idea to keep checking the site and waiting for them to appear.
As we’ve seen from the above examples, much of the focus on new customer deals rests with football. Redbet will typically take the biggest match of the weekend and place one single offer on that game.
We have, however, seen an exception to this rule and at the start of 2019, the sportsbook published a deal that focused on the world championship boxing match between Adrien Broner and Manny Pacquiao. In summary, it’s football first and then, if there are any major sporting events during a quiet soccer weekend, we may see them covered as an alternative.
One of the most positive points concerning Redbet enhanced odds offers is the fact that all profits have been paid in cash. For new customer deals, this is unusual because the enhanced portion of any price is commonly paid out as free bet tokens.
Like the majority of deals, there is a fixed stake for new customer price boosts and every one that we’ve seen so far is set at £1.00. A common enhanced odds figure is 20/1 and that means that anyone making a winning bet could look forward to a payout of £20.00 as a cash sum.
On opening a new account, players will need to make a minimum deposit of £10.00 and on registration, there is a Bonus Code to enter which changes with each offer. As with any promotion, players should make sure that they check all terms and conditions in full but those are typical of the requirements laid down by a Redbet enhanced odds deal.
Redbet offer a number of choices when it comes to funding but it is always advisable to use either a debit or credit card when taking advantage of an enhanced odds offer. Most sportsbooks will specifically exclude eWallets under terms and conditions and while these may not be in place for every Redbet deal, using plastic is certainly advisable.
Skrill and Neteller are listed on the general roster of funding options but if you intend to use these, or any other eWallet in conjunction with a Redbet price boost deal, please check with customer services before going ahead.
Once on board with Redbet the real benefits here lie in strong prices for the life of your account. They don’t go big on regular promotions or, as we’ve seen, daily price boost deals, but they are competitive on all sports all of the time.
Choice is a considerable weapon too with global coverage of the popular sports such as football and tennis. Their list of markets extends to offer options for some obscure events including floorball and cyclo-cross so this is a good destination for those who like a niche. Overall this is an excellent all-round bookie and one that is worthy of adding to your portfolio of sportsbooks.
The new customer price boosts at Redbet may not be among the biggest in the industry but at a typical 20/1 they are generous enough. However, it’s the flexibility in terms that make them so attractive and that straight cash payment with no free bet tokens will be a big positive.
The choice of sports could also be widened but we have seen the occasional switch from football into boxing and that trend could continue in the future. The offers may represent more of a gamble with this bookmaker in the sense that they don’t tend to focus on the hot favourite so it is a balance between a punt and those very fair terms and cash payment.
Once on board, this is a bookmaker quoting excellent prices in an extensive set of markets and there’s lots to enjoy for the life of any account.
- Regular price boosts – usually coming in at a ratio of one per week
- Payments made in cash with no free bet tokens involved
- Excellent bookmaker with competitive prices and good choice of sports
- Prices may be higher elsewhere: 20/1 is a typical enhanced figure
- Would be good to see more sports and events involved in the future