Online bookmakers are currently battling with each other to get your business. While this may be tough on the bookies (shame!) it is great news for you, the punter.
This CrownBet review will show you some of the amazing deals they are offering to both new members and existing ones. They want to get your business, and they want to keep you as a member after you have joined, so they are offering some truly amazing incentives.
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At the time of writing (March 2017) they are offering new members up to $25 worth of reward points.
Obviously, this offer only applies to new members, but it really is too good to miss.
The list of special deals they have for members is quite amazing. For instance, at present CrownBet have an offer on AFL where you place a head to head bet. If your team loses by less than 18 points, they will give you a free bonus bet that matches your stake of up to $50.
Another current AFL offer is where you place a 4+ leg AFL multibet on the head to head markets, and if one of your teams loses, they will match your stake with up to a $50 bonus bet. The same offer applies to a similar multibet on round 7 of the NRL.
Today, April 18th, in the English Premier League, Chelsea are playing Manchester United. If you were to place a bet on the correct score market, they will match it with a bonus bet of up to $25 which you can use to bet on the first goal scorer market in the Newcastle v Tottenham match the following day. Obviously, this deal is now in the past, but the point is that CrownBet have offers like this all the time.
Here is another offer. You place a fixed odds win or each way bet on race 8 at Cranbourne this coming Friday. If your horse comes second or third, CrownBet will reward you with a $50 bonus bet to place on race 4 at Caulfield the following day.
CrownBet are as honest as they can possibly be. Perth Glory was excluded from the A-league finals for breaching the salary cap. CrownBet said that punters who had backed the Glory in the futures market to be the A-league winner, the Premiers Plate winner, and Finish in the Top 6, did so in good faith, and therefore CrownBet decided that the correct thing to do was to refund all the stakes. This is exactly what they did.
Of course, CrownBet do not simply offer odds on football and racing. At the time of writing, there are some good odds to be had on upcoming boxing matches over the course of the next few weeks.
If you are not a fan of boxing, but prefer to bet on golf, then there are markets for tournaments later in the year, such as the US Open, the US PGA Championship, the Presidents Cup, and the Open Championship. There is also a market where you can bet on a golfer to win a major in 2015. Looking at the odds, CrownBet’s compilers think that Rory McIroy, Bubba Watson, Justin Rose, Rickie Fowler, Tiger Woods, Adam Scott, Jason Day, Dustin Johnson, and Henrik Stenson are all in with a fighting chance.
In ice hockey, there are currently eleven games due to be played in the next few hours, and CrownBet offer 20 markets in each of them, which depend on your team winning, and by how many goals.
Hundreds of Sports, Racing, and other markets
There are many markets in motor racing. For example, in the Bahrain GP you can get 1.5 on Lewis Hamilton to win, 3.75 on Sebastian Vettel, and 7.00 on Nico Rosberg. At the other end of the scale is Will Stevens at 3001. There are also markets where you can bet on each driver to have a Podium Finish, Top 6 Finish, or Top 10 Finish. You can also have a punt on driver head to heads. For instance, you might fancy Lewis Hamilton v Sebastian Vettel, or Nico Rosberg v Kimi Raikkonen. CrownBet offer odds on these, and more.
There is also plenty of support offered by CrownBet. Whatever sort of query you might have, you can send an email using their contact form, or you can telephone or use live chat 24 hours a day.
CrownBet have also just launched a loyalty program for their members. This is in partnership with the Crown Signature Club. As a CrownBet member, you now earn Crown Signature points with every bet that you place. On racing, you get one point per $2 stake. On sports, you get one point per $5 stake, and on multis you get one point per $1 stake.
These points can then be redeemed at one of Crown’s word-class restaurants, at their award winning hotels, or at retail precinct and gaming offers.
CrownBet have made their website very easy to use. You simply log in and you will find a list of all the current races on the left hand side, with a countdown clock telling you how many minutes to the next race at each track, and the race number. Underneath that is a list of all the other sports, and you simply click on the one that interests you in order to get all of the details. That instantly brings up all of the races or fixtures in the centre of your screen, and you can then click on the “markets” link for each one.
Certainly, CrownBet have done everything possible to make your betting experience straight forward and enjoyable. If you are not already a member, it is well worthwhile checking out their site.