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If you're looking for a new betting site to use then you will find a huge variety of betting sites online. Depending on how often you bet and how much and even down to what sports you bet on then you can identify the perfect betting site for you.
These are the following areas we can identify that many online bettors would have a preference for:
Many betting sites offer ‘Best Odds Guaranteed’ ensuring value for money for there customers. Best Odds are exactly what they say and from your initial bet you will be certain to get the maximum returns on your bet. Depending on your preference of sports betting market you will find that ‘Best Odds Guaranteed’ on particular sports or events. Please view our ‘Best Betting Site’ chart (below) will allow you to identify such sites.
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Betting Sites may be offered with a particular sport as its primary betting niche. Betting Sites often operate like this to target a market audience ensuring a dedicated customer base. Users of such betting sites will notice that promotions and offers are geared towards the particular sport they target.
BlackType: As the name infers this betting site is dedicated to horse racing betting. They still offer other sports markets but heavily feature better odds and promotions around this betting genre.
Red Zone Sports: This betting site features American Sports heavily on its platform, especially the NFL (American Football). The name is ‘Red Zone’ is popular term used in the sport itself which lends itself to the name of this betting site.
So if you're a particular fan of a certain sport or primarily bet on on sport you can see our ‘Betting Sites’ sports betting chart below that will assist you in selecting the best betting site for you.
If you bet regularly then you’ll be looking for a betting site with plenty of bonuses and promotions. You will find that the major players in the industry often have the most frequent and highest volume of betting offers. These betting sites have daily offers and specials to keep the loyalty from their customers. Some betting sites even offer Free Bet clubs
Free Bet Club: Many betting sites offer a ‘Free Bet Club’. When you place a selected amount of bets in set period of time (normally a week) it will trigger the necessary bet value to offer you a free bet. This is an ongoing offer and rewards regular loyal players at these betting sites.
Price Boost: You will regularly see price boosts on the major betting sites. These boosts are often on key sports betting events or those televised. Increased odds on set market types are offered and can boost your profits by unto 20%. Something definitely to consider.
Money Back Special: As theme suggests players get the opportunity to win their bet stakes back if a set scenario was to happen during the event you had placed your bet in.
If you’re a keen gambler then you may want to opt for a betting site that offers a wide selection of gambling options. You will find most betting sites offer a casino or a live casino or a combination of the two. The bigger operators will often often bingo, poker and lottery. You will also find with the bigger betting sites dedicated sections for slots, scratch-cards and niche casino styles such as a ‘Vegas Casino’.
If you're looking for a increased variety of sports betting then you will find a handful of sites with betting exchanges. These are limited to just a handful of betting site operators. If you would like to know more about ‘Betting Exchanges’ please visit the following support page.
If you're looking for something different to a conventional betting site then you may want to look at alternatives to conventional betting.
If your looking for more information on alternative betting sites you can get a detailed overview in our blog article ‘Alternative Betting Site Types’.
You can find more information on certain betting types by visiting the following support pages.
What is a ‘Betting Exchange’?
What is a ‘Betting Site’?
What is ‘Pool Betting’?
Dates leading up to a race when Owners and Trainers must decide whether or not to run their horses in particular races. Each race has 2, one 5 days prior to the event, and one the day before. These can also be called declaration stages.
Betting on races at the same time at different meetings.
When betting on American Football you will often see AFC In the event title or menu. It’s an acronym for the American Football Conference (U.S).
"All in" or "All in play or not" markets are markets that have been priced up to reflect the fact that the selection may not take any part in the event. Subsequently if your selection does not play, or take part in the event, your bet will be settled as a loser.
In horse racing the term ‘All Out’ represents when a racehorse is trying its hardest during the race.
Various racecourses have an artificial surface, allowing racing to commence when other grass tracks may be closed due to weather conditions. All weather tracks are utilised for Flat Racing only. Lingfield, Kempton Park, Wolverhampton and Southwell all have ‘All Weather’ racetracks.
This term is used for Horse Racing, for all horses that run and complete the race, but do not finish in the paid out ‘places'.
Ante Post betting markets are set up far in advance of the actual date of the event commencing. Ante post prices are normally higher to reflect the additional risk that the selection may not even take part in the event. Ante Post markets are "All in", in that, the bet still stands whether the selection takes part in the event or not. The top Horse Racing events have Ante Post markets created sometimes a year in advance, for example the Cheltenham Gold Cup and the Grand National at Aintree. Feature sporting event also have ‘Ante Post’ markets such as FIFA World Cup Winners and leading events in many other sports.
Ante-post prices are offered in the days, weeks or months preceding a major race, such as the Cheltenham Gold Cup. When you make a bet selection ante-post you are betting on the chances of it competing as well as winning. Hence if it is unable to participate due to injury or not being entered in the race your bet will be settled as a loser. The only exception to this is in the horseracing markets when a racehorse is entered but is balloted out in which case stakes will be returned as a void bet.
In horse racing an ‘Apprentice’ is a jockey who gains a weight allowance over more experienced jockeys. The weight allowance decreases as the jockey gains more victories. Apprentices are normally young jockeys or those new to the sport.
An ‘Arber’ is a punter who secures a betting profit through exploiting a market by backing all outcomes of an event at a combined book of less than 100%. This is often referred to as arbitrage betting.
ATC means of Any To Come.
A term indicating that all the horses are at the starting point of the race, and that the event will begin imminently.
In betting to ‘Back’ a selection is to place a bet of any amount, on a stated event happening. 'Backing' a football team, is betting on that team winning the event or market you have selected.
B.A.G.S. stands for Bookmakers' Afternoon Greyhound Service. You will often hear commentators referring to B.A.G.S during broadcast.
This is by process by which the number of runners of a handicap race is reduced, on the occasions when more racehorses have been entered for a race than is allowed for safety reasons. This is done in ascending order of weight.
A ‘Banker’ is a betting selection that is heavily backed and often the favourite. Bankers are often used to build combination/accumulator bets to boost value.
The price of a football team to win vary throughout the day of the match. Best Price is the price on the day that gives you the best return for your money. For example if a team was 3/1, but the price drifted to 4/1 before coming into 6/4, the Best Price would be 4/1.
This is a promotion or betting concession whereby if you back a selection at an early price, but the SP is bigger, you will get paid out at the SP. For instance, if you backed a horse in the morning at 4/1 and it won the race with an SP of 6/1, with ‘Best Odds Guaranteed’ your bet would be settled at 6/1. This is also often called 'Best Price Guaranteed’ (BPG) and is used depending on what betting site you are betting with.
Once you place a bet on a betting site you will automatically get a betting receipt on which will be a unique bet receipt number. If you do not receive a bet receipt then your bet is not confirmed. You can check ‘My Account’ and look at ‘Open Bets’ to confirm further that your selections have been placed successfully.
On a betting site this is where you place your selections and enter your betting stake before confirming your bet.
An online betting exchange is a form of bookmaking in which the operator offsets its risk perfectly through technology, such that the effect to the customer is that customers are seen to bet between themselves. Customers can ‘Lay’ and ‘Back’ using this type of betting site.
Sports betting markets that are still available to bet on throughout the course of an event. Also known as 'Live Betting' or 'In Play Betting’.
This basically means 'Betting Without', and usually refers to the favourite(s) of an event. For betting settlement purposes the selection(s) excluded are disregarded. This bet is popular in horse racing especially when the is a significant odds on priced favourite.
These are acronyms for ‘Betting In Running’ or ‘Betting In Play’.
In horse racing these are devices fitted to a horse’s head which restricts it’s field of vision in order to help it’s concentration and reduce the effect of other factors that may affect the horse.
The board prices are those offered by the trackside boards of the on-course bookmakers. These prices replace bookmakers early prices normally around ten or fifteen minutes before the race begins. The Starting Price (SP) is derived from these course prices.
A bookmaker's tally of amounts bet on each competitor/selection within an event, and odds necessary to gain profit.
This is a person or company, whom is licensed by the relevant Gambling Commission to accept bets from the public. Also frequently known as a “Bookie".
This acronym is for ‘Both Teams To Score’, usually in a football match, meaning both teams must score a goal/point during regulation time.
Bumper races are Flat races run under National Hunt conditions to give inexperienced jumping horses experience of racing without any jumps. These races are between two and two and a half miles long, called National Hunt Flat races, but are informally known as Bumper races.
In Spread or Index betting, the higher figure quoted by an Index bookmaker.