Review: William Hill

William Hill have had a fantastic few years after redeveloping their website at the start of the decade. The site strikes a nice balance between the market-heavy Bet 365 and the more feature-driven Ladbrokes version. We believe that out of all the high-street brands they offer the best online product.
As well as ex-pro views and a regular podcast (occasionally featuring our very own Mark O’Haire) there are also a raft of competitive betting offers. You’ll get your stake returned on certain markets if the game you’ve bet on finishes 0-0, and more refunds are available if one team destroys your 6-fold accumulator or your first goalscorer picks scores second.
There’s lots to like about William Hill. They may be one of the old-fashioned offline gang, but they’ve certainly thrived in the online world.

World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Betting Guide

Our 130-page spectacular, World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Betting Guide, is available to buy NOW!

The interactive magazine includes previews, videos, stats and tips for all 32 teams, features on Outright Winners, Top Goalscorer, Refs & Cards, Dark Horses, Flops, Knock-out Betting and much more.

22 football experts contribute to our Ask the Experts feature and there’s over 5 hours of exclusive audio with 5 of the planet’s most respected reporters who discuss the chances of each nation with our very own Mark O’Haire.

And if that wasn’t enough there’s a free bet up for grabs with our partners Ladbrokes.

Click here to subscribe to World Cup 2018: The Ultimate Betting Guide today.

The Verdict

8.9 Excellent

As well as being one of the longest established bookies on the High Street, William Hill have really got their act together online too.

They've a huge depth of markets when it comes to football and one the best in-play offerings online. Ongoing promos are also good for all account holders.

  • Usability 9.5
  • No.of Markets 9.5
  • Sign-up Bonus 8.5
  • Regular Bonuses 8
  • Extra Features 9
  • User Ratings (2 Votes) 5.1

About Author

Profile photo of Chris Graham

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.

Leave A Reply