Interbet Free Bet
Interbet offers customers a £10 free bet when registering and making their first deposit of £10 or more. At first glance, this offer seems very attractive but there are some rather complicated and slightly shady terms which makes the offer far less appealing after reading.
After registering and making your first deposit of £10 or more, you will receive a £10 free bet. The terms state that the free bet must be wagered once before a withdrawal can be made. However, they also state that any winnings from the free bet must be wagered once. This seems fair enough given that you do not have to place a bet in order to receive the bonus but reading further into the terms they state that bonus funds are only used once the cash balance is zero. Therefore, you must either lose your cash balance first or bet both your cash balance and your free bet and then your cash balance and any winnings from your free bet in order to meet the wagering requirements and be able to withdraw.
Overall, this isn’t the simplest of new customer offers and we recommend that you fully understand them before accepting the offer, otherwise you could end up struggling to be able to clear the bonus.
Unfortunately, Interbet isn’t the best betting site for on-going promotions for existing customers. At the time of writing this review, there were no promotions available other than the new customer offer which was disappointing.
We’re hoping that this is an area that Interbet will improve in in the near future as in such a competitive industry, they will need a reason for customers to come back and bet at Interbet instead of one of their competitors.
You may be familiar with the layout of the Interbet website as there seem to be a number of bookmakers popping up with similar designs. Bookmakers such as Rubybet and Gambull are a couple of examples and offer similar welcome offers.
Although the website is relatively attractive, we didn’t find it very easy to use. The main list of available sports is displayed in the left sidebar but are initially shown as small icons which make it difficult to determine which icon is associated with which sport. There is an option to expand this list to include the name of the sports alongside the icons which would be our prefered default setting. Also, it isn’t very easy to understand how to navigate between sporting events within sports categories. This is another area where we’d like to see improvement as we expect that users who are unfamiliar with this layout will find it confusing.
Overall, we think there is a lot to be improved on Interbet. Their welcome offer can be profitable and does have value but the strange and slightly shady terms are enough to put us off and given that there are zero on-going promotions for existing customers, there isn’t a strong case to sign up. If you are looking for a fresh new betting site to sign up to, we feel there are a lot more better options such as Virginbet or STSbet.