Pros & Cons
- Biggest UK bookmaker
- Huge range of makers covered
- Great array of bonuses
- Site needs a facelift
William Hill Review
One of the very few drawbacks for William Hill as a bookmaker is the fact their site is in need of a makeover. The colours of the site (white and blue) make things look very simple which is beneficial to betting newbies who will not want to be overcome by a massive amount of information or a convoluted bookmaker, it works. However, for more experienced bettors that are looking for a design that offers a bit more, they may be left wanting.
William Hill are currently offering new customers the chance to bet £10 and get £30 in free bets when they sign up. In order to make the most out of this, customers must simply create a new account sing promo code ‘C30’, stake a minimum of £10 at minimum odds of 1/2. Free bets are paid as 3x £10 with a 30 day expiry. Full T&C’s apply.
William Hill accept the standard payment options for the industry with credit and debit cards featuring prominently. Along with this, Skrill, PayPal, Neteller, WebMoney, Yandex, Qiwi and eco are accepted among many more. Clearly, there is something for everyone when it comes to depositing with William Hill, with the bookie offering an array of options.
William Hill continue to prove why they are one of the nation’s favourite bookmakers when it comes to betting on a spectrum of sports. While the site is in need of a bit of a makeover in order to update it, we are very impressed with how they have continued to offer a super array of markets and competitive odds while their promotions are something we can definitely get on-board with. If you don’t already have a William Hill account (which we would be surprised at as most already do), then we would definitely recommend signing up with them.