- Impressive range of sports markets
- Competitive odds
- Good list of promotions
- Lack of payment options
Premier Punt Review
The site design of Premier Punt is a pretty standard one for the industry, but it is still one we are impressed with as the bookmaker provides a slick service for their customers to utilise. The homepage of the site sees all of the major events and sports listed at the top of the left menu, meaning the likes of Premier League football, daily UK horse racing and ATP & WTA Tour tennis can feature here. Below this comes their list of sports covered, with football, horse racing and tennis once again featuring very high up in this list. In the centre of the homepage is where the customer will find a list of available promotions, while sports menus once again feature heavily in the centre of the page with the punter easily able to get to a football, baseball or golf market among many others. The table feature in the centre of the page shows the sports that are currently In-Play meaning that Premier Punt customers can get to any available match that is currently being played so they are able to place an In-Play bet quickly and with little hassle.
The look of the site itself is one we quite like with the orange and black making for a pleasing colour scheme. How easily a customer is able to move around the site is something we feel is incredibly important and not all bookmakers put enough emphasis on this. However, Premier Punt do a very good job of making it simple to get from one sports market to another and then onto a promotion or price boost with all the relevant pages having a tap in the menu on the homepage. Honestly, while Premier Punt’s site is not the most advanced, we feel it is one of the best examples of a simple site doing the important things well.
Premier Punt offer a number of promotions for their customers with the flagship one being the bet £10 get £10 offer. This is a pretty standard offer for the industry but it still provides customers with the chance to get a little bit more for their money when they sign up with the bookie. In order to claim this offer, sign up for a new account, place a single bet of £10 or more within seven days of registration at odd of 2.00 or higher. After all qualifying bets have settled you will receive an opt-in prompt where you will need to accept the promo. You will then receive a £10 free bet within one hour of bet settlement – it’s as simple as that.
The one area where we feel Premier Punt lets itself down is it’s available ways to deposit money into an account. All of the major cashier options are available with Visa, MasterCard, Neteller and Skrill viable methods, but whereas many other bookies will offer a number of other methods, Premier Punt do not. Of course, most people will feel more than comfortable utilising any of the afore-mentioned methods, but some people will not want to use their cards and so may be left disappointed by Premier Punt’s cashier options.
As previously mentioned, Premier Punt are a bookie that do the simple things well, meaning the customer is given a website that is very easy to use. The ease at which the punter can get from sport to sport or sign in and immediately start betting on In-Play events is important for when the customer has a hunch about a certain match, while the site design itself is one we feel makes being on the site a nice experience. The lack of an array of cashier options is something of a negative but it is honestly not something that detracts too much from what is a polished site from a very strong bookmaker.