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  • Trevrizent
    started a topic Choicebet.net

    Choicebet.net

    Has anyone had any experience of this outfit? As far as I can establish, they are relatively new to online bookmaking having previously owned a number of betting shops across southern England (their website is powered by Corbettsports). They are advertising a seemingly generous welcome bonus as well as several tempting offers on horse racing (including best odds guaranteed on all UK and Irish racing) and football. Any feedback on them, positive or negative, would be appreciated.

  • Trevrizent
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    They're not owned by Corbettsports, although Corbettsports power (manage) their site (i.e. same markets, same odds - probably the same limits too) in the same way that Victor Chandler power McBookie and Boylesports power Apollobet and SeanieMac. I can find nothing in any of the relevant terms and conditions to suggest that you can't have an account with both Corbettsports and Choicebet (or indeed with any of the other bookmakers powered by Corbettsports - Scotbet, MarkJarvisbet, Chisholmbet, Pridmorebookmakers or Sportsbook-UK), but you don't qualify for any free bet offers if you open an account with one of these bookmakers having previously opened an account with another one in the group. You're quite right to say that the Choicebet offers are easily the best. I just hope they're not too good to be true - up to 300 GBP worth of free bets for new account holders is quite an offer.

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  • yourmum
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    They're not new, they've been around for quite some time. I believe they're owned by Corbett sports rather than powered by them as you can only have an account with one of their websites. I use Sportsbook UK, which is one of theirs but the bonuses offered by Choicebet appear to be much better. So if you don't have a Corbett account already then go for choice bet if it's the bonuses you're after

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  • Trevrizent
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    Their website claims that they sold all of their successful Choicebet shops to one of the major High Street bookmakers (they don't say which one) in order to move their operations online. I don't know whether this means that they sold all their shops or only the successful ones. When a new online operator offers such a wide range of what are apparently very generous concessions, then I can't help being a bit suspicious. I hope my suspicions are unfounded and I'll post again if I manage to find out any more about them.

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  • quincunx
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    They seem to have shops in Hove and Gillingham.

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