Last Updated : January 26, 2018
ComeOn £10 100% First Bet Sign-Up Offer for 2018
If you are a new punter looking to sign up with ComeOn you will get a £10 100% Matched Bet when joining through FREEbets.org.uk.
To claim this great new customer offer, just follow these simple instructions and read the terms and Conditions:
- Open a new ComeOn account by following the link below
- Deposit a minimum of £10.
- Make a single bet of at least £10 at odds of 1.8 or bigger.
- You will then receive a 100% free bet worth up to £10
If you use one of the e-wallet methods to fund your account then you will not be able to take advantage of this promotion. The methods which will lead to your exclusion are; Moneybookers, Neteller, paysafecard and ukash.
Using the ComeOn Website
If you have ever gambled online before then the ComeOn website will look familiar to you. The sports available for you to bet on are listed down the left of the page. Selecting a sport will take you to the main index page for that sport where you can find the specific league, event or tournament you are looking for.
Your bet slip is displayed boldly in white at the top right hand side of your screen. When you select the odds next to a selection, the bet will go into this bet slip.
From here you can alter your bets, add further bets and use your free bets to fund your wager. You will also notice a huge Confirm Bets button which makes it difficult for you to inadvertently process bets.
If you scroll down to the bottom of the main sports betting page, you will find links to information including the payment methods accepted by ComeOn as well, as the terms and conditions of the website. If you need to talk to an employee of the service, look to the top right of your page where there is a live chat link and a telephone link. The live chat link instantly puts you in touch with an agent of ComeOn.
Extra Features with ComeOn
ComeOn does all of the basics well in terms of sports betting and lays on extra features to help you make more educated bets. Beneath the sports list on the left is an information tab where you can find rules about betting, results, live results and statistics.
The statistics link is superb and not something that all bookies offer. Select this link and a new pop-up window will open. This window will include things like football tables for the top leagues as well injury news and suspensions which can stop you from wasting bets ahead of a big game.
Extra features also come in the form of competitions which offer different prizes than free bets or free cash. You could win tickets to go and see a major music artist or prizes like expensive music equipment. Prizes are divided up via lotteries which cost a certain number of points to play. You accumulate points with ComeOn all the time you bet through the website.
ComeOn is licensed and regulated in the former British colony of Malta. ComeOn is advantageous to new punters because you donít have to pay taxes on your winnings and you can bet on sports from all over the world. Support is available via e-mail, telephone and live chat 24 hours per day and seven days per week.
ComeOn accepts the following payment methods: Visa, Mastercard, Visa Electron, Maestro, Entropay, Skrill, Moneybbokers, Neteller, click2pay, ukash and paysafecard. All payment methods are subject to a £4 minimum apart from Skrill, Moneybookers, Neteller and click2pay which are £8 and ukash which is £1.
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