Review: Skybet

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Skybet have been online for a number of years now, but we sense that they’re beginning to make waves in the industry. The 2014/15 football season marks their second campaign sponsoring the English Football League and this has proved the stimulant for a closer relationship with their business cousins Sky Sports.
Two of the best things about Skybet are their regular price boosts on football games which offer real value to punters and their ability to price up a vast array of special markets (ie) Transfer Specials, Next Manager Markets. Their Free Bet Club is also something to check out.
Whilst not having the power or reach of the likes of Bet 365 or William Hill, Skybet do operate from within a unique space in the betting industry. The future looks good for this brand.

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The Verdict

8.6 Excellent

I like Skybet. It's easy to use but it does feel a bit lightweight compared to other bookies out there.

Having said that it does often trump other bookies for the best odds and regular bonuses like the Free Bet Club are nice promos.

  • Usability 9.5
  • No. of Markets 8
  • Sign-up Bonus 8.5
  • Regular Bonuses 9
  • Extra Features 8
  • User Ratings (2 Votes) 7.5
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Chris first got interested in betting back in 2000 when he began working in betting shops throughout Scotland. He has remained in the industry ever since, specialising in marketing and PR roles. Outside of betting, his interests are listening to Blur and following Queen Of The South.

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