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Bet 365 New Customer Offers!

NEW Customers get a 100% Deposit Bonus up to £200!

How to Claim:

– You must open an account and deposit £10 or more to qualify for a 100% matched amount as a bonus to bet with, up to a maximum of £200.

– Once you open your account Bet365 will send you a 10 digit Offer Code ending in NCDB2 via email. To participate in the offer, simply make a qualifying deposit, select Members from the Services menu, go to Offers, then Enter Offer Code. If you do not receive the Offer Code ending NCDB2, or would like to update your email address please visit Members.

– You must bet the amount of your qualifying deposit once before being able to bet with your bonus.

Full Offer T’s and C’s HERE.

So, why join Bet365?

Bet 365 are the kings of the in-play and live streaming with hundreds of in play markets available to bet on every day.

Bet 365 offer a £200 bonus when you sign up and have lots of perks for existing customers.

They often run their £50 risk free in play offer for all customers on big game days.  Place a pre match bet of up to £50 on the big game and they’ll give you a risk free bet to the same stake in play. Easy. This is always hugely popular with our followers looking to get a bit of extra cash on the big matches.

With top pricing on their accas they are a must have bookie for us punters when betting on the big Euro leagues.

The introduction of the Euro bonus offer has seen us bank loads of extra cash on our long shot accumulators. Bonuses of up to 100% mean your acca returns can be much greater if you use your Bet 365 account.

Bet 365 also have their cash out feature so if things are getting tense and you want to get out then this is always an option.

If you like betting on the big teams in the big European leagues and following your bets in play then Bet 365 is the bookie for you.

The History Behind Bet 365

Bet365 is an online gambling company offering sports betting, poker, casino, games, and bingo, as well as video streams on sporting events. Bet365 also offers an on-course bookmaking service.

For sports betting, Bet365 is licensed by the Government of Gibraltar (license number: RGL 075) and regulated by the Gibraltar Gambling Commissioner. Bet365’s casino, games and poker operations are licensed and regulated by the Government of Gibraltar too. In addition to the company headquarters in Stoke-on-Trent, Bet365 have further offices in Gibraltar and Australia. The Australian business is regulated and licensed by the Northern Territory Government, with one hundred staff employed in Darwin. Samuel L. Jackson represents the company in their Australian TV advertising.

Bet365’s site is available in seventeen different languages and supports a variety of payment methods in 28 currencies and also bank transfer andNeovia.

Bet365 is a trading name of Hillside (New Media) Ltd. and operations including payments through the affiliate programme are carried out under that name.

Chairman Peter Coates also has the same position at Stoke City and in May 2012 Bet365 signed a three-year contract with the club to become shirt sponsors. In April 2016, the company became the new title sponsors for the club’s stadium for the next six seasons, replacing fellow local enterprise the Britannia Building Society. In the summer of 2016, Bet365 also signed shirt sponsorship deals with Bulgarian clubs Ludogorets Razgrad and Slavia Sofia for the upcoming season.

Bet365 was founded in 2000 in a portakabin in Stoke-on-Trent by Denise Coates. Denise developed a sports betting platform and trading team to launch the business online in March 2001. The business borrowed £15 million from RBS against the family’s betting shop estate which had been started by Peter Coates in 1974 and had been run by Denise Coates as managing director from 1995. Bet365 sold its betting shop chain in 2005 for £40 million to Coral and paid off its loan to RBS. Bet365 has grown into one of the world’s largest online gambling companies with its reported figures to March 2012 showing amounts wagered on sports at £12.2 billion, revenues of £646 million and an operating profit of £116.5 million, whilst paying £130 million in tax to the UK Government.

Commenting on the published accounts, Stoke-on-Trent Central MP Tristram Hunt said: “This is a great British business success story and we should be hugely proud to have it in the heart of Stoke-on-Trent. This is a company that provides high quality, well-paid jobs for the city, and unlike some other gambling businesses it pays its taxes in the UK.”

Denise Coates, joint chief executive, continues to run Bet365 and is the majority shareholder with 50.1% of the shares. Her brother John, Joint chief executive, runs the business alongside her, with her father Peter holding the position of chairman.