ComeOn is primarily known as an online casino, but a recent upgrade has seen sports betting facilities added too, and now this Australian themed site offers one of the simplest and most reliable betting experiences around.
The slick, clean, easy to navigate interface is one of the reasons ComeOn’s new sportsbook is so popular with punters; finding markets is extremely easy. Actually, when it comes to markets there’s also a plethora of choice; you’ll find hundreds of events taking place every hour. Whether it’s football that takes your fancy, or something more unusual like political markets, ComeOn offer a huge number of options.
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Popular Offers & Features
Although by no means all of the offers and features available at ComeOn, below, we have listed a few of our favourites:
Free Bet Club
ComeOn offer all players a free bet every week, and all you need to do in order to qualify is opt in to the promotion and bet a minimum amount of money on what they call combo bets (multiples and accumulators), you’ll then receive a £25 free bet each and every week. Don’t forget to opt in though or you won’t be eligible – you only need to do so once.
The only real requirements are that you meet the minimum weekly betting amount, and that the bets you place have odds of at least 2/1. That’s pretty much all there is to it. Just sit back, enjoy your free bets, and decide which markets you’re going to take a punt on.
You’ll see a tab on the website dedicated to the shop (only visible once you’re logged in), and once you enter the shop you’ll find a huge array of options, including a summary of your total points and of course the ability to exchange your points for bonuses.
Full details of this along with any terms and conditions attached can be found on the main ‘Promotions’ page, as well as from within the shop itself.
One of ComeOn’s most popular promotions is back – Footcast.
Footcast allows you to put your top predictions forward and win money in the process. Each week during the football season ComeOn put up £12,500 of their own cash, and you could be in with a chance of winning it simply by predicting the correct result in at least 9 of that week’s games. Get all 10 correct and answer a special jackpot question correctly, and you’ll win your share of a separate £10,000 jackpot as well.
Now if that sounds a little difficult, we agree. Picking 9 or 10 matches correctly can seem almost impossible, and that’s exactly why ComeOn have added the ‘Double Chance Selection’. You get three of these in total, which means for three of the matches you get to pick twice – allowing you to hedge your bets.
The only requirement to enter the Footcast (which in itself is completely free of charge), is that you place a qualifying bet each week. This is just £5, and as long as you place a pre-match, combo, or single bet at odds of 1.80 or higher, you’ll have qualified.
The ComeOn Website
ComeOn has the perfect blend of colours and imagery whilst keeping reliability and usability at its core, and it’s very rare to hear players complaining about issues while using the site.
While the sports book is admittedly very new, if it’s anything like their online casino then we’re confident it will have a long and popular life ahead of it.
Below, we’re going to cover some of the core components and features that make up the website.
ComeOn’s statistic tool is one of the most impressive betting tools we’ve come across at any online bookmaker, and you can access this tool by clicking at the bottom of the main menu on the left-hand side of most pages.
The general idea is that it helps you determine which markets have good value and are worth betting on, and which don’t and are best avoided.
It can be a little confusing to get the hang of at first, but once you manage to get to grips with how the software works it’s a really useful tool; we think it’s worth signing up to ComeOn for use of this tool alone.
It can be used with a number of markets, including all of the most popular ones like Football, Cycling, Tennis, and Golf; and there’s no fee, all member’s get access absolutely free of charge.
ComeOn’s results service gives you quick access to all of the results for that particular day, and it serves as a fantastic alternative to checking sites like Livescores, which are notoriously glitchy and unreliable, and peppered with ads.
To access the results service, you need to click ‘Results’ from the left-hand side menu just above the statistics tool, then you can narrow down the markets and events to suit your chosen sport/market.
While it’s nothing too ground breaking, the way ComeOn have designed and presented the tool is excellent, and it’s one of the better results portals we’ve come across.
Cash out features can be found at virtually every bookmaker these days, and has become a staple part of many players online betting sessions. It’s a great way to take a profit while the going is good, albeit sacrificing a little extra if things ultimately go your way.
If you’re not familiar with how cashing out works, it’s when a bookmaker gives you the opportunity to settle your bet early in return for a smaller profit. For example, if you place a bet on a football team and they are winning two nil at half-time, you may have an ominous feeling that something will go wrong and the match may end up in a draw. In this situation, you might want to consider cashing out your bet while you are still winning, which would see you get paid less than were you to wait the match out and risk it, but would at least give you a guaranteed profit.
It can often be a little tricky knowing when to take cash out and when not to, but as a general rule if you are happy with the profit the cash out option is offering, it’s definitely not the worst idea to hedge your bets and run away with the cash while you can.
ComeOn used to offer players a dedicated downloadable app, but this was discontinued for unknown reasons. This came as a bit of a shock to some of the regular players, but it was quickly replaced by a more efficient mobile optimised website that all players can log onto and enjoy.
To do so, simply open up your internet browser on your device and navigate to the ComeOn website as you normally would. They will do the rest.
The vast majority of account functions, betting markets, and other features are available through the mobile site; in fact, pretty much the only features not accessible are the statistics tool that we talked about earlier and the ability to contact the support team via live chat. This really isn’t an issue though, and the functionality of the mobile website more than makes up for the lack of a couple of features.
ComeOn offer a wide and varied range of deposit and withdrawal options including: Visa and Mastercard Debit/Credit cards, Neteller, Skrill, Paysafecard, Entropay, and EcoPayz.
To view the full range of payment methods available in your country/jurisdiction, just head to the ‘Cashier’ page and you’ll be presented with a breakdown of all the payment methods available. You will also be able to view any minimum/maximum withdrawals attached to each.
Generally, you’ll be able to deposit in minimums of £5 to £10, with minimum withdrawals starting at £10 for almost all payment methods; although it varies depending on your country, currency choice, and chosen payment method
In terms of the withdrawal times, ComeOn are one of the quickest, and anything over 12 hours would be considered unusual. Of course, the actual time it takes to reach your account is a little different, and most payment methods will take around 3-5 days to show up.
Again, full details can be found on the Cashier page, while some of the more intricate legal jargon can be found in the terms and conditions of the site.