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The bet-at-home Terms and Conditions Reviewed in Full
On this page we will be taking a proper look at the bet-at-home terms and conditions document, paying close attention to some of the points that raise cause for discussion. The information you see written below should all be accurate and up to date, however, if there is anything that seems to be incorrect please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make the appropriate changes. Also, feel free to check out the main bet-at-home review, bet-at-home live review, or head back over to the main sports betting page for an overview of the best betting sites.
The bet-at-home T&Cs
See here below the complete list of bet-at-home terms and conditions as they appear on the website. Also see our added comments below some of the different sections.
A. General Rules
B. Betting Rules
C. Live Betting
D. Virtual Betting
E. 1-Click bet
F. Casino, Live Casino, Games and Poker Casino
H. The Customer
The customer confirms that they are the minimum age for participation in sports betting and all other products and services offered by bet-at-home in accordance with their national legal system, and has the necessary legal capacity. If no minimum age requirement exists in the respective national legal system, the minimum age is 18 years.
Comments: The legal gambling age in the UK has been set at 18. This means that once you open an account with bet-at-home you’ll be required to send in a form of photo identification to prove that you are of age. This is something that you’ll see strictly enforced at every UK betting site as a means to help protect minors from taking part in underage gambling.
K. Exclusion and Limitation of Liability
L. Deposit Methods
|Available Deposit methods:|
|Skrill, OBT by Skrill, iDeal by Skrill, Skrill 1-Tap||–|
Here you’ll see that bet-at-home add a charge of 2% onto all deposits made using debit card. This is not something that’s common to every UK betting site; it is entirely at the bookmaker’s discretion. In our opinion, deposits should be a free across the board, regardless of the payment method you’re using. For this reason, we would advise that you deposit using one of the other available payment methods, or make large deposits rather than several smaller deposits so that you can avoid unnecessary charges.
|Available Withdrawal methods:|
|Bank transfer||–||–||3 withdrawals per month free of charge. Up to 5.00 EUR (depending on the currency used) for every further withdrawal|
|Skrill||10 EUR/30 PLN/10 USD/10 GBP/20 BGN/40 RON/80 SEK/60 DKK/15 CHF/100 CZK||6,000 EUR (or equivalent amount in the currency of the betting account)||2 withdrawals per month free of charge. Up to 5.00 EUR (depending on the currency used) for every further withdrawal|
|Debit Card (VISA, MasterCard)||100 EUR/400 PLN/75 GBP/100 CHF/700 DKK/900 SEK||5,000 EUR (or equivalent amount in the currency of the betting account)||–|
|NETELLER||10 EUR/30 PLN/10 USD/10 GBP/20 BGN/40 RON/80 SEK/60 DKK||10,000 EUR (or equivalent amount in the currency of the betting account)||–|
|PayPal||50 EUR||5,000 EUR||–|
|Trustly||10 EUR/30 PLN/10 GBP/80 SEK||–||3 withdrawals per month free of charge. Up to 5.00 EUR (depending on the currency used) for every further withdrawal|
Here again you can see that when using Bank transfers, Skrill or Trustly, bet-at-home only allow you to make a set number of payments with these methods every month before they start applying charges. We must express again that although this may seem a little tight-fisted, it is not that uncommon for UK betting sites to apply this rule. To get around it, either use an alternative payment method, or try to make sure that you deposit a sufficient amount into your account that will last a while to avoid making several smaller payments.