Coral Review, Free Bets and Offers
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Coral are considered to be one of the leading players in the British gambling industry and thanks to their diverse offerings of sports markets, remain one of the most popular brands both online and on the high street. Their prices are very competitive and rival most of the other competition, hence their popularity with punters up and down the country.
Coral have been doing particularly well down the years thanks to their focus and improvements within in-play features, specifically in-play markets (which has become an important part of every bookmaker’s offerings). The user experiences and customer journeys are well mapped out and make betting online a much more enjoyable experience. Their customer service has improved in recent years, with the Customer Service team available 24 hours a day and for seven days a week. As well as their competitive prices, improved customer experience and customer services teams, Coral has one of the more appealing sign-up offers on the market, meaning that in terms of looking for a new bookmaker to sign-up with; Coral have pretty much every aspect you would hope for covered.
Their ‘Bet £10 Get £30 in free bets’ offer can be found on our Free Bets page. This offer allows you to join the bookmaker and provide you with a head start in terms of building up your bank balance and having the necessary funds to go in and explore the range of features on offer with credit in your account. This offer is restricted by certain T&Cs and is deposited in 3x £10 bet tokens.
Coral are also upping the ante with the number of promotions offered to customers having launched The Football Jackpot where there is a £1,000,000 guaranteed first prize.
Coral are one of the bookmakers that you would instantly find yourself familiar with. Along with Ladbrokes and William Hill, they blazed a trail in the formative years of the UK betting industry and that reputuation that has been forged out over many years means that people have a certain level of trust and respect for the way they operate. They’ve more than 1,000 retail stores and combined with their telephone service and online platforms, they really do cater for pretty much every kind of betting audience.
Coral joined Eurobet.com in 1999 and cemented their online presence that has existed since 1997, this venture saw Coral become Coral Eurobet. Fast forward a few years and they were acquired by Gala Group in October 2005. This move helped the brand become more versatile for the 21st century and since then they have continued to reaffirm themselves as one of the major players in the British betting industry. Despite the changes to the brand and the ventures they have undertaken, they continue to appeal to customers with their wide range of sports markets and their competitive prices.
Coral Odds and Markets
As mentioned before, Coral are at the forefront of offering their customers value for the money they stake with them, particularly within horse racing and football markets.Coral are pretty competitive when it comes to the prices that they offer on horse racing and football. They make good of their quest to offer punters value by signalling throughout their online platforms that they boast the best prices on these given sports. For horse racing in particular, they offer early prices for their customers before many of the other firms and regualrly deliver enhanced each-way offers (such as extra places) on the big races, these are a lot more common around big events, such as the Grand National, Cheltenham Festival or Royal Ascot.
Coral have made real strides with their football market offerings, especially on the major leagues (Premier League, the Chmpionship and La Liga for example). On these well-watched games, you can get roughly 50 markets before the event has started to have a punt on and that’s not to mention the wide array of markets on offer once the game has kicked-off thanks to the attention that has been placed on in-play markets in recent years. If you have an account with Coral, remember to keep your notifications switched on and check your account section regularly, as they will drop you reminders as to when they have special offers on a given sports event. These offers tend to be on the most watched sporting events (events Coral know you want to have a punt on!) and vary from price boosts to free bet insurance, where if your bet is a losing one, the stake is refunded as a free bet on a stipulated market.
Coral have recently made quite a few improvements to their website, in terms of the layout, user friendliness and the general look of it. There are automated banners with live odds feeds to show you what is about to go off and what price you can get with it, as well as a splashing of their best offers and other ways you can make the most out of your account. The website has a real interactive feel, with features such as ‘Next 5 races’ or widgets that show you popular betting markets with well-backed outcomes to help you get a steer on what the general consensus on a market is.
Coral’s in-play section has also benefited from this update, with the experience being very easy to grasp. There is only a few seconds delay between the interface and the event, so when you see ‘market suspended’, you know you’re following and punting on the action as soon as it happens.
Finding your bets and markets you want to bet on is also easy, with each market clearly categorised and simple to navigate around
Coral Customer Service
As mentioned, this service runs 24 hours a day and seven days a week, so if you have any confusion over your sign-up offer or a query relating to a certain bet or the account in general, the response time tends to be speedy and helpful.
Coral Live Streaming Details
Coral offer live streaming on each and every meet in the UK and Irish racing calendar. All you need to do to obtain access to the live stream, is to place a bet of at least £1 on the race in question.