In the grand scheme of things ComeOn are a relatively young bookmaker. Since its introduction to the gambling world in 2008 the company has gone on to make great strides and become one of the newer generation betting sites. It often takes many years for bookmakers to get the success that ComeOn have managed to achieve, which is a credit in itself to the company.
The site works because of its simplicity in what can be a very confusing environment for punters. Their support and backend are all integrated with the added usability of having just one wallet to access their sports and casino products, and there’s even a loyalty program that includes sports bets (something that’s a bit of a rarity). Combine this with an easy to use desktop and mobile site and you’ll start to understand why they’re doing so well.
Please note - ComeOn have withdrawn from the UK market as of September 2019. UK customers will no longer be able to register or place bets after this date.
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One of the things that really sets ComeOn apart from their competitors is their loyalty program. Whilst many casinos offer comp points on casino play, very few betting sites use a points system to reward loyalty in the sportsbook.
The way it works is relatively simple. Just go about your business as usual and you’ll start racking up points. Points are earned for placing bets, logging in, verifying your account and even depositing and withdrawing.
Once you’ve built up enough points you can visit their loyalty shop where you can cash the points in for free bonuses. Alternatively if you want to reach rewards quicker you can ‘buy’ a deposit bonus for less points than it would cost to just get the bonus.
Free Bet Club
The Free Bet Club at ComeOn can net you a free bet up to £25 every single week. To qualify, place multiple bets with combined minimum odds of 2/1 (3.0) between Monday and Thursday with the free bet awarded on the Friday.
The value of the free bet awarded depends on which one of the three ‘club’ levels you are on. You can track this when signed in to your account on the Club Page.
ComeOn’s regular offers are quite sparse but they do have a long running promotion on tennis accumulators, giving you up to a 50% boost to your winnings.
The value of the boost depends on how many selections you have. Singles do not receive a boost but multiples from doubles and upwards will. Currently pre-match tennis markets are included but this can vary. When you build your accumulator, the boost tab will appear in your betting slip indicating if and what your winnings boost will be should your bet be successful. The following acca boosts will be applied:
- Doubles – 2% boost
- Trebles – 5% boost
- 4 folds – 7% boost
- 5 folds – 10% boost
- 6 folds – 15% boost
- 7 folds – 25% boost
- 8 folds – 30% boost
- 9 folds – 40% boost
- 10+ folds – 50% boost
Extra winnings will be credited as cash in addition to your regular winnings with maximum additional funds of €10,000. There are a range of markets that this is available on but each selection regardless must have minimum odds of 1/5 (1.2) to apply. Bets such as draw no bet markets and Asian handicaps won’t be included.
Footcast – Chance to Win £10,000
Footcast is a free to enter competition where you can win a share of £10,000 if you can correctly predict the result of ten selected football matches (home-draw-away) and answer the jackpot question. This jackpot question will also give you three options and could be, for example, predicting the total amount of goals scored across all ten games. Generally, these matches will be across a weekend.
If you are torn between two outcomes in a match there are three double chance picks that you can use to select two separate outcomes in a game.
Should there be more than one person that gets all ten and the question correct, the prize fund will be shared amongst them.
There are consolation prizes for not getting all the results and the question correct. For those getting ten correct results but the jackpot question wrong, there is a £1,500 prize to share. For those who get nine out of the ten correct there’s a share of £1,000 to be won.
This is totally free to enter but you do need to have had at least one £5 or more bet at odds of 4/5 (1.8) or greater in the seven days prior to the footcast pool closing. You will need to opt-in prior to placing a qualifying bet in order to take part.
It may seem like a long shot but these competitions are good fun, the prizes are generous and it will not cost you to take part.
The first thing that really springs out from the ComeOn bookmaker is its design. It’s not normally something we get too hung up about but the site looks superb and is one of few that really makes you want to come back and use it time and time again. The black background with blues and greens used throughout looks professional, yet modern in an industry where things can often feel pretty drab to say the least.
For such a young site it’s a credit as to how many sports they have managed to comprehensively cover, and to a good standard. There’s little doubt that football has a major influence in the site with leagues from around the world covered.
We’ve touched on the all in one wallet earlier in the article, but not having to switch money around and create multiple accounts for sports, casino and poker is a real plus and just makes everything really simple. Even some of the bigger sites use multiple wallets for their different games, so ComeOn has really excelled itself in this aspect.
All of the usual suspects are represented by ComeOn, with the notable absense of PayPal. Methods include Debit Cards, entropay, Skrill, Neteller and Paysafecard. The minimum deposit is a fairly bizzare £8, but we’re assuming this is to do with exchange rates and may change from time to time.
- Minimum Deposit – The minimum deposit for all payment methods is £8.
- Minimum Withdrawal – For all payment methods the minimum withdrawal is £10.
- Withdrawal Time – eWallets usually processed within 24 hours whilst debit cards and bank transfers will take between 2 and 7 days.
- Fees – There are no deposit fees on debit cards or Neteller, but a 5% charge is deducted for Skrill or Paysafecard. You may make 2 withdrawls in a 30 day cycle without charge but any further withdrawals in this period will be charged around £4 each (equivalent value of €5).
- Bonus Exclusions – Deposits made using Skrill, Neteller or Paysafecard will not trigger the welcome bonus. You’ll need to use a card if you want to claim.
License & Contact
- Live Chat – Via ComeOn website (9am to 9pm)
- Email – Via webform on ComeOn website (8am to 9:30pm)
- License Details – UK Gambling Commission 39286 & Malta Gambing Authority
- Company Name – Co-Gaming Limited
- Company Address – Forth Mansions, Ground Floor & 1st Floor, Ta’ Xbiex Sea Front, Ta’ Xbiex, XBX 1027, Malta