Bet-at-home Review


You land at Bet-at-home and you immediately get something of a fresh feel about a bookmaker. They look a little different from the rest of the pack. They obviously aren’t one of the bigger, more well established bookmakers out there, but they have a pretty good brand growing and you may have seen TV ads from them. They are sponsors of football, getting behind Hertha Berlin, FC Schalke, Austria Wien and SV Ried. Bet-at-home have been in operation since 1999 in humble beginning in Austria. A couple of name changes and takeover later, they are mainly operating in Malta now and they have continuously grown their product portfolio.


BET-AT-HOME Promotions

Bet-at-home welcome new customers with a £20 free bet bonus. This offer can be obtained when you open an new account with them and make your first deposit of min. £10! A £20 free bet will be credited to your account within 72 hours – that simple. New Customer Offer, T&C’s Apply, 18+. Please Gamble Responsibly. See details directly at Bet-at-home.



Get a £20 Free Bet
18+. New Customers only. A minimum deposit of 10 Pounds is required by the customer in order to qualify for the promotion. The betting voucher amount of 20 pounds must be rolled over 6 times at a minimum odd of 1.50 (for single as well as combi bets) within 90 days before a withdrawal is possible. The betting voucher is limited to one betting account per person, family, household or computer. Full Terms&Conditions apply.

Bet-at-home have never really been a big website for rolling out promotions, they never have and maybe never will. You will find a few promotions on their bonus page but they are mostly competition based.

Markets and Odds

One thing we found at Bet-at-home, although you won’t find them in odds comparison websites very often, you will be getting some top odds around. You are going to find yourself using the menu a lot on the website to get to your markets, which is a little design niggle, but then you see good odds and plenty of market coverage and everything feel ok. If you call up a league, say the UEFA Europa League, you will see all matches listed at one with their live odds (plus the number of extra markets on a game to click through to). So that’s good and you can quickly see which ones are going to be live in-play and each match gets a quick link to stats as well.

It’s all very well done and you can even filter the types of bets that you want to look at. That means that you could be looking at the Half-Time odds of example on ten matches listed in one glance. That was a nice feature. Design wise, this is very basic, it is simple, it is clean though and fortunately they have done it well enough where things don’t look cluttered. It looks like a lot of reading and nothing breaking it up, but it’s actually not all that bad.

The sports coverage in the sportsbook is well, you can tell that they are a mainland Europe-based operator, because of some of the market coverage like Basketball, Handball and Volleyball and dipping into perhaps more obscure markets like Gemrany Amataur soccer matches. Betting margins at Bet-at-home run around 6.5% which is just a tad on the higher side. There is a maximum of £100000 per week.


You can immediately see a stack of funding methods that you can use to get funds into your Bet-at-home account. The nice touch too ist hat on the page where they are all listed (which you can get to from a quick link at the top of the website) you have a info button next to each deposit method to give you a little information. Everything is listed there from the amount of time a payment will take to process as well as the processing fee attached. Most deposit methods will be immediate.

Deposit Methods Include: Visa, Mastercard, Diners Club, Dotpay, Skrill, giropay, PayPal, SOFORT, Bank Transfer, paysafecard, Neteller, iDeal, Western Union,
Withdrawal Methods Include: Visa, Bank Transfer, Skrill, Diners Club, Mastercard

Help and Customer Support

At the top of the site there is a Contact/Support link which brings up an online form that you can fill in and send off. There i an email support as well to get a home them and that can be done at and you can also call them up as well on +356-21314833. There’s no mention of call charges or the time the support is open. So all in all you may just be better off clicking on one of their many links around where you can open a live support chat with a representative.