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Founded in 2000, Easyodds is a market leading affiliate website and odds comparison service. We aim to empower punters to make their best choices when gambling - whether that is with finding the best possible odds, using the bookmaker or exchange that most suited to their needs, or highlighting the best selections you can make with our expert betting tips.
It doesn’t matter if you are a seasoned gambler or a novice looking to place their first bet, we can help you.
If you are a sports fan, then we understand how important it is to get the best betting odds when gambling. To be honest, there is no one site that has the best, but rather it tends to vary. Some are better for football, others for horse racing, that is just the way it goes.
Easyodds has comprehensive data across all sports and specials markets to allow you to compare prices between different selections so you know you are making the best decision before you place you bet.
We have done the bulk of the legwork for you so you can find what you need quickly. The best prices are highlighted in yellow on our grids to allow you to make an informed judgement quickly.
We only work with reputable bookmakers and exchanges, so you can guarantee that the brands featured on Easyodds are trusted.
Bookmaker vary on price for every single market across each individual sport category, so why would you not want to compare prices between the different bookmakers? You could put £10 on a bet and one bookmaker could offer you £50 return while another could give you £60 for a win. Most would also go with the bookmaker offering a higher return on your stake.
Easyodds’ odds comparison grid allows you to compare prices on all betting markets you can think of to ensure you maximise your winnings on all sports and specials categories.
Players are always keen to get free bets where possible and while you might think there is no chance it is more common than you think. Welcome offers and new player bonuses are all ways to get free bets, and we will outline those for you further down the page.
The good news is that you can get these free bets on most sports, so it doesn’t matter whether you want to bet on the rugby, motorsports, horses or football, there will be a reputable bookie out there that will be able to help you. There are also many sites offering special bets, like political bets, bets on television shows and things to do with the royal family.
For a comprehensive list for the best free bets on the market at this moment, then check out our free bets page which gets updated on a regular basis.
New betting sites spring up all over the place, but we do urge some caution. Many of these websites offer a totally safe and responsible gambling experience, but of course, sometimes this is not the case.
We have provided reviews of many sites that we are happy comply with all regulations and hold the correct gambling licences for the countries in which they operate. It is always worth checking the reputation of a site before signing up with them.
New betting sites will join Easyodds on a regular basis so make sure to check out our reviews on new brands before opening an account with a new website.
Because the betting industry is so huge, it has become natural for sites to offer new customers welcome offers. These can vary greatly in size and nature.
There are two main offers that get used, and we class these as deposit and no-deposit bonuses. With a no deposit bonus you can sign up to the site and not have to add any of your own money. However, the credit you will receive is likely to be small, perhaps in the region of £10.
The more popular welcome offer involves having to make a deposit and pay for your first lot of bets, but once you have fulfilled the terms and conditions, you will receive a credit of a much higher value sometimes into the hundreds of pounds to make further bets. All of these offers come with terms and conditions, and we would recommend that you check these out carefully before committing. Sometimes winnings from new customer offers can take longer to withdraw as the site will hope you instead choose to reinvest the money back into new bets.
Of course, some sites not only offer sports betting but also casino games and generally your account is known as a single sign-on so you can pop over to the casino any time you like. We update our welcome offers on a regular basis
In order to make their welcome offers clear, it is common to find them shown as bonus codes. Sometimes a bookmaker will allow customers to choose what bonus code they prefer, for example, sports betting, casino games, slots or live casino.
In that case, the code you are asked to provide when you sign up varies. We have the most current codes available on our bookmaker pages so you can easily find the best deal for you. Simply follow the link from our page to claim your reward. Bookies also change the codes regularly to keep up with promotions they are running, so it is important you have the most up to date codes.
An older code is likely to be obsolete and not work anymore, so keep up to date with us. Bonus codes can only be used by brand new players to the site, and with the requirement for bookies to make identity checks, you will not be able to leave and sign up again.
Most sites also have offers for existing and loyal customers, and these can be in the form of VIP clubs and promotions for certain events etc.
Make sure you keep up to date with the latest code by following our Offers and Casino pages which are updated on a regular basis.
We update our betting tips on a daily basis so make sure you check back each day of the latest expert tips on a variety of sporting events.
We also complied regular accumulator bets for football and horse racing that you can back on a near daily basis so make sure you check back for the latest tips for the biggest events.
Sport is a 24 hour business and in the internet age live streaming, has become essential to fans wanting to follow a particular sport all over the world.
While TV channel have a limited number of matches or tournaments then can show in a day, bookmakers have live streams to thousands of different matches, horse races and events each day from all over the world.
Easyodds provide you a list of bookmakers that offer live streams for events from every corner of the globe. From football to golf, from horse racing to darts, you can find streams for some of the biggest sporting events.
Q. How do betting odds work?
Odds come in many different formats and it can daunting for new bettors due to the way they are presented. You can find odds in fractions and decimals are the primary formats, but they are also other ways to present odds which included Asian and North American ways of showcasing odds. On Easyodds, the standard format of viewing odds is in fractional formats, however you are able to change these to decimal if you prefer to see your odds in this manner. Regardless of the format of the odds, they work in the exact same way. The easiest way of understanding betting odds is to know that evens (1/1 or 2.0) is a 50% chance of an event occurring. Anything less than evens, e.g. 1/7 or 1.50, has a greater than 50% chance of happening. On the other hand, anything greater than evens, e.g. 5/, 15/4 or 3.70 has a less than 50% chance of happening. Understanding this will help you work out which teams, horses or players are the favourites in each event and which of these have value when betting on specific market.
Q. How do you read odds?
Depending on how you like to show odds (fractional or decimal) will depend on how you read odds. Decimal odds might not be the preferred format with many bookmakers, but they can be a lot easier to understand. If you take 2.00 as a 50% chance, anything below this number is more than 50% chance as happening. So, if you bet £10 on odds of 1.60, to understand how much money you would make from your stake, you just times 1.60 by 10. Therefore, in this bet you would see a £16 return including your stake. Fractional odds can be more difficult to work out if they are closer to evens. What is the difference between 6/5, 5/4, 13/10 etc? Well the answer is very little from a monetary value. When reading fractional odds, the best way to understand them is to understand how much you would win based on a stake. So, if you bet £4 on a selection at 5/4, you full return would be £5, so you would only many a profit of £1. However, if you put £1 on a selection valued at 8/1, then you will receive £8 return and £7 profit from your stake.
Q. Do odds works the same way across all sports?
Yes, odds don’t change format based on sport.
Q. Can I trust the bookmakers on Easyodds?
Yes, you can trust the bookmakers Easyodds showcases on the website. Easyodds only works with bookmakers that hold a UK Gambling License approved by the UK Government. Easyodds believes all the bookmakers are some of the best in the business and we handpick which brand we wish to work with. Therefore, we only promote brands which we believe bring value to a bettor and will be popular with our users.
Q. What does each way bet mean?
Each-way betting is popular among horse racing and golf bettors in particular as each ay betting creates a safety net for their bet. Each way bet means that if your selection doesn’t win the race or tournament, then you can still win some money if they place. Bookmakers set to place limits on each way bets which means if your horse finishes in the top 3 of a race, you will win your bet at 1/3 of the odds. This is a great way to bet if you are betting on a selection with big odds such as 15/1.
Q. What does SP mean in betting?
SP means starting price. This is the price the selection is valued at by the bookmakers when the event starts.
Q. What does draw no bet mean?
Draw no bet means exactly as you could imagine. If you bet on a team in this market, your bet is voided if it is a draw. Your stake will be returned as if you didn’t place a bet in the first place. However, if you win your bet, you will get smaller odds than if you went through the to win market. Draw no bet betting is perfect if you are unsure about the team winning the game and you wish to have a safety net in your bet.