Betting with Betfair Sportsbook
Betfair Sportsbook are a relatively new bookmaker and they’ve quickly become one of the leading bookmakers in the United Kingdom. They cover all of the main sports as you’d expect from any leading bookie and they also cover some unique sports which is not the case with all bookmakers. Betfair’s website is well designed and navigating between the different sports is quick and easy to do, all 25 sports can be accessed from the main bar at the top of the webpage.
As well as allowing customers to bet on many different sports, Betfair have hundreds of markets available for you to bet on. This is advantageous as it allows you to find the correct bet for you and ultimately make a profit. More important than the amount of markets is the odds. The odds quoted by Betfair Sportsbook are very competitive, this is crucial if you have aspirations of making a profit in the long term.
Finally by signing up with the Betfair Sportsbook you will have access to the Betfair Exchange. The Betfair Exchange allows you to bet against other punters, however 5% commission is charged on any winnings.
Other Betfair Sportsbook information
Like the majority of bookmakers nowadays Betfair Sportsbook have a mobile app, this can be downloaded by Android, Apple and Blackberry users. This application is genuinely one of the best betting apps that I have used. All of the sports are easy to access and placing bets couldn’t be any simpler.
Betfair are the home of the cash out feature that you may have seen advertised on TV. The cash out feature allows you to take your winnings or cut your losses at any time after placing a bet. This is brilliant because you can potentially make a profit on a losing bet. The cash out feature can also be used on the excellent Betfair mobile app.
The cash out feature isn’t the only innovative feature that Betfair have released recently. The new price rush feature is taking the industry by storm. The price rush effectively enhances the odds on major markets every single day. Thus allowing customers to get a better price than they bargained for, therefore increasing the chance of making a profit.