Coral Sportsbook Review

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Website coral.co.uk

Year Established 2002

Country (License) UK Gambling Commission for Customers in Great Britain

Min Deposit £5

Max Deposit £20,000

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About Coral Sportsbook

Anyone who’s gambled since before the ’80s & ’90s will recognise Coral as being one the most highly regarded UK bookies. They’ve carried their success into the digital era and Coral’s sportsbook is equally as popular online.

Coral have stuck to their roots, focusing on UK horse racing, dog racing, and football betting. At first glance, it is very reminiscent of a high-street shop and can somewhat look overwhelming when you’re faced with lots of information, sports odds, and betting data.

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Coral has a great collection of free bet offers, new customer bonuses, and a variety of marketplace deals. They’ve got promotions on football, golf, horse racing, basketball, greyhounds, boxing you name it! Coral doesn’t have ridiculous loopholes and terms like some of the new UK bookies. There will always be minor wagering requirements, but this is standard across the industry for online sportsbook offers.

In-Play & Cashout

The in-play pages; football for example is seriously ugly and outdated. There’s icons all over the place and Coral’s odds flashing left, right, and center in varying colours. The sportsbook looks more akin to a Wall Street trading floor than online bookies. The one selling point for Coral in-play betting is the addition of a single column dedicated to in-play markets, which helps you navigate there from any page on the site.

Desktop & Website Based Experience

Coral has a desktop betting website.

Mobile Website & App Based Experience

Coral’s mobile website is good, but it’s not the best in the UK sportsbook arena. If you’d like to find out the best British mobile bookmaker, read our mobile app review page.

Customer Service & Support Experience

The customer service is excellent, which you’d expect that from a top high-street operator. Coral comes across as a responsible UK bookie that’s consumer-focused, with easy options to reach them.

About The Gambler

Ryan Murton is the Editor-in-chief at Bookies Reviews. He is a keen football & boxing fan. He also has an interest in the NFL. He is a passionate Burnley supporter & also likes the Green Bay Packers.

Ryan has previously worked for bookmakers like Betfair & Paddy Power, as well as working at Oddschecker, the odds comparison platform.

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