Register a new ComeOn account, take advantage of their welcome and on-going promotions and enjoy a wide range of sports on the offer.
Sports and markets available: Big Plus
- 1 Sports and markets available: Big Plus
- 2 Additional Features
- 3 Conclusion: ComeOn! Worth Trying
ComeOn offers a surprisingly big variety of sports betting options if we know they have only entered the industry in 2010. We can thus find at least 30 different sports to bet on any time, even in the summer off-season period. The site is exclusive to UK citizens and it is no wonder the likes of tennis and football are highlighted as the most important sports on the main page. The number of possible betting markets for the day is visible in brackets right next to any sport.
Ordinary tennis matches have more than 50 distinct markets to bet on. Apart from most popular ones such as the match-winner, correct score, games spread and Asian lines, there are markets for number of sets (something we can’t find at one of the most popular sports betting brands Bet365 for example), totals for each set, player to win at least one or two sets (for Grand Slams), a set to finish to nil (a player to receive a bagel) etc. Football naturally offers more markets. Based on what we saw, there are around 130 betting options for each event and the number only gets greater for most popular competitions like English Premier League or World Cup/Euro. You can bet on corners, cards and player specials even for African Cup of Nations or CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Although there is always something going on in the world of sports, ComeOn will have you extra-covered with their e-sports and virtual sports menu. We were also stunned to see how impressive their live-betting section is. You can see a strong list of events available for in-play betting at the center of the main page. The odds are updated promptly and the possible selection includes next minute bets too.
Odds & Limits: Basketball as the Most Profitable Sport at ComeOn
The first sign revealing this is still a young site can be noticed in ComeOn’s odds. Whilst the array of sports and markets they cover is equal to the one seen at industry-leading brands, their odds are usually lower compared to those offered by their main competitors. The gap is not dramatically high, though with a margin of merely above 5-6%. Basketball matches (NBA in particular) gives an opposite example as we found their basketball margin very low (plainly over 3%) most of the time. Those who fancy the most popular basketball league in the world should be thrilled to know this. You can easily configure your preferred odds format by choosing between Decimal or Fractional right on the main page.
There are no specific boundaries in terms of how much money you can wager, but daily winnings limit is set at $100,000. We believe it is reasonable as all bookmakers have daily, weekly and monthly limits. It is also worth to mention the minimum bet amount is $0.40 or currency equivalent which is great information for recreational punters or beginners.
Available promotions: Not Extraordinary, but Worth Taking Advantage of
Much like the other bookies, ComeOn does have their own incentives to attract new customers. Their welcome offer is definitely not the highest you will find out there, but it exists, both for sportsbook and casino versions of the site. Apart from it, regular users will also find a decent range of ongoing promotions which vary from time to time.
Welcome Bonuses: Choose Between Casino and Sportsbook
You have to choose between sportsbook and casino welcome promotions. Here is the breakthrough of each:
*Sportsbook: $10 Free Bet
They give you a $10 free bet after you make your inaugural sports wager of at least $10. An important thing to know is that the odds for your first bet have to be at least 1.80 (4/5) and that you must place the qualifying pick 14 days upon registering an account.
*Casino: 20 Free Spins + 100% First Deposit Bonus up to $25
Casino offer is somewhat more generous, but it has 35x wagering requirements behind. This is still decent given most of the other casinos will have 40x. As soon as you register a new account you will receive 20 free spins to test one of their most popular slots Starburst. Once you make a deposit, which can be as low as $10, you will opt-in for a 100% bonus, up to $25. Both deposit and bonus then need to be wagered 35 times within 30 days so you can withdraw the cash.
ComeOn shows care for their regular members with a solid range of daily, weekly and monthly promotions. Among other promos, you can thus get a $10 free bet for virtual sports markets each month or a $5 free bet for sports betting every single week. There are reasonable requirements (for example $25 wagered money for one week) to get such extras.
Live streaming service is unfortunately not yet available at ComeOn.
ComeOn’s casino application is downloadable on both Android and iOS devices. You can use the sportsbook version through it as well. Have in mind that only newer mobiles are compatible with the app, meaning it can be installed on 11.0 or later iOS devices and 7.0 or newer Android phones. Everything you can do on the desktop page is accessible via the app. It includes a decent list of slots and live casino games as well as their jackpots. The layout is very easy to navigate and adjusted to beginners. You can also make deposits or request withdrawals through the app.
Conclusion: ComeOn! Worth Trying
At the end of the day, we are quite surprised with all positives we have run into with ComeOn. Given they have not been in the business for more than a decade, we are thrilled with the list of sports and markets available there. The only advise for punters chasing long-term profits is to stay away from their football offer as they have the biggest edge percentage for most popular football leagues (6.4%). As mentioned above, you will hardly find better odds for basketball matches elsewhere (2.9%), though.
The possibility of betting on the go with a decently developed mobile app is another advantage. Overall, there is no reason not to have an account with ComeOn if you are from the UK.
Last Update: July 2019