ComeOn might be quite new to the rough and tumble world of online gambling, but they are making waves with their no-nonsense approach and we think they’re going to grow and grow. So read on to find out what all the fuss is about.
ComeOn Free Bet
The welcome bonus at ComeOn is a fairly straight forward £10 free bet. Sign up, deposit and place a qualifying bet at odds of 4/5 or more and you’ll receive a £10 bonus. Plus as an added sweetener you’ll also get 20 spins in the casino when you sign up.
Being quite a new company (they only went online in 2010) ComeOn are not as well developed as some of the longer-established rivals such as the big bookies from the UK who started life on the high street. But they have come quite a way in a short time and while they don’t offer quite the vast range of sports that others do (there is no coverage of horse racing, for instance!) the sports they do cover, they cover well. Read on for some of their best features.
- Loyalty Scheme – As well as the opening bonus, ComeOn have a loyalty points scheme in which you can collect ComeOn Points for just about everything: registering your account, making a deposit, placing bets or casino wagers and so on, then you can exchange points for reload bonuses, lottery tickets and other useful goodies. They also have occasional other offers on sports such as their 0-0 insurance on Premier League football matches.
- Odds – ComeOn are generally very competitive when it comes to their odds, especially for big football matches (Premier League, Champions League and England internationals). They also occasionally go out on a limb to provide top odds on other sporting events from time to time.
- Markets – Despite the lack of coverage of horse racing (which will be seen as a massive omission by racing fans) ComeOn do have a relatively wide range of sports covered. They generally offer around 80 betting markets for the biggest football matches (Premier League games, for instance) and this compares well to all but the biggest bookies in the business.
- Live Betting – ComeOn’s live betting section is good, offering a good number of sports and events and display the current scores and upcoming events. The menu on the left (displaying the events themselves) can appear a little crowded, however, though selecting your chosen match will give you a much more user-friendly display in the middle of the page.
- Mobile Betting – ComeOn have a nice mobile site that keeps things nice and simple and doesn’t crowd the interface with unnecessary information.
Banking and Customer Support
ComeOn’s customer service provision is generally very good. They have a live chat facility, though this is not available 24/7 (11am – 8pm daily) and you sometimes have to wait in a queue, but at least they tell you what position you are and how long you are likely to be waiting. There is also a callback service (same hours as the live chat) and they will respond to emails between 9am and 10pm.
ComeOn allow punters to deposit and withdraw using as wide a range of methods as just about anywhere, with all the usual debit and credit cards permitted along with e-wallets Skrill, Neteller and Click-2-Pay.
ComeOn are based in Malta and licensed and regulated by the Lotteries and Gaming Authority there. As well as the sportsbook they also offer casino and poker products, both of which retain the same level of clarity, neat design and intuitive navigation. Their sportsbook is their main focus, but with offers that overlap between it and its casino, there are close ties between the products.
With their fresh approach and a strong commitment to giving the customers what they want, we anticipate ComeOn will go from strength to strength in the coming months and years, but they are already worth signing up to so give them a go today.