Read this review to find out how you can land the Coral sign up bonus

Coral are one of the biggest UK betting brands, especially now that they have joined forces with Ladbrokes to create a supergiant of an operator although they still continue to operate in their own right with their own website, markets and odds.

This is a bookmaker who have really improved their online operation in recent years, with customers now able to benefit from a Super Smart Boost, while they have also launched the £1 million Smart Money Series. You can enjoy enhanced odds across a range of sports and there are also Live Streaming possibilities.

Sports & Markets

Coral have developed a really dynamic In-Play betting section where you can instantly see what sports are being covered with live bets at any given time. You can expect to see football, tennis, basketball, volleyball, snooker, cricket, handball, ice hockey and esports betting opportunities amongst others.

Build Your Bet is another relatively new feature at Coral where you can effectively create your own betting selections which are then merged together to create a big priced bet that can land you a good return. There is also a monthly leaderboard where £25,000 is available for the customer who goes biggest.

You can watch and bet on several of the top football leagues including La Liga, while there is also the option to enjoy a comprehensive range of betting markets when it comes to following competitions:

  • England Premier League
  • England Championship
  • England FA Cup
  • England EFL Cup
  • Spain La Liga
  • Italy Serie A
  • Germany Bundesliga
  • France Ligue 1
  • UEFA Champions League
  • CAF Champions League
  • CONCACAF Champions League
  • Europa League
  • Netherlands Eredivisie
  • Argentina Superliga
  • Australia A League
  • Austria Bundesliga
  • Denmark Superligaen
  • Scotland Premier League
  • Portugal Primeira Liga
  • Sweden Allsvenskan
  • Switzerland Super League
  • Turkey Super Lig
  • European Championship
  • World Cup

Coral Deposits & Withdrawals

When you have signed up with Coral, you will need to choose a way to deposit funds into your account in order to start betting. This involves registering a debit card unless you choose one of the e-wallet options to facilitate your betting account smoothly.

The minimum deposit amount is £5 and you are recommended to use the same payment method when making a withdrawal. There are no processing charges with either and you can withdraw from as little as £0.01, with customers expected to allow between 2-5 working days to receive funds back to a debit card.

With regard to e-wallet solutions such as PayPal, Skrill or Neteller, you should expect to receive any withdrawn amount back to your account within 24 hours.

Coral Free Bets

Coral give new customers the chance to enjoy a 200% bonus in the form of a £20 free bet when they register an account and place a £5 bet. This is available to customers based in the UK and Ireland, with the bonus representing one of the most generous that is available.

How to Claim a £20 Free Bet

  1. Register a new Coral betting account
  2. Place your first bet on any available sportsbook market

Please note that the qualifying bet has to be a minimum stake of £5 and this must be placed at odds of 1/2 (1.50) or bigger. Once this qualifying bet has been settled, then you will be awarded £20 free bets in the form of 4 x £5 free bets. Click here to read more on how to claim your bonus.

Bet £5, Get £20 in Free Bets Claim Bonus 18+ Eligible UK+IRE players. Paypal & some deposit & bet types excl. Min first €5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 = 4x €5 free bets. Free bets valid for 7 days, stake not returned. No cash-out, restrictions & T&Cs apply.

Cash Out

Coral offer a variety of Cash Out options and we recommend taking advantage of this facility for certain bets that you make. If your bet is looking better than when you originally placed it, you should be able to Cash Out for a profit. Similarly, if you place an accumulator bet and are sweating on the final leg ahead of a big payout, then Cash Out could be a good option.

Coral also offer customers Partial Cash Out, with this option allowing you to Cash Out part of your bet and let the rest of it ride. The slider allows you to choose how much you want to take out of the bet, ranging from 9% - 90%. The rest of the stake will remain on your original selection.

Coral offer Cash Out on a wide range of sports including football, horse racing, cricket, tennis, darts and snooker. There is a Cash Out icon next to the available betting markets and here is the full list for football:

  • Match Result
  • To Qualify
  • Both Teams to Score
  • Over/Under Total Goals
  • Match Result and Over/Under Total Goals
  • Correct Score
  • Half Time / Full Time
  • Double Chance
  • #YourCall
  • Total Goals Exact
  • Result After 30 Minutes
  • Result After 75 Minutes
  • Both Teams to Score and Over/Under Total Goals
  • Handicap Results
  • Both Teams to Score Other
  • Number of Teams to Score
  • 1st Half / 2nd Half Total Goals
  • Goal to be Scored

Customer Support

The Contact Us section of the Coral website takes you to a page where you’ll be given a link if you’re having difficulty locating free bets or if you have forgotten your log in details. There is also an online form which effectively helps you to contact customer service and there is a dropdown menu so you can choose the category to which your query relates.

There is also a green CHAT WITH US button which is effectively Live Chat and we have found this the most effective way of dealing with most queries, while there is also a customer support Freephone number and you can get in touch between 0800-2200 UK time.

Payment Methods

There is a nice range of deposit and withdrawal methods at Coral. If you’re looking to use a debit card, then Visa Debit and Maestro are available.

Those looking for an e-wallet method can select PayPal, Skrill, Neteller and ECO, with Bank Transfer and Coral Connect Card the other available options. You can also use paysafecard to make a deposit but you will need to look at an alternative when it comes to withdrawing.