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Ladbrokes have a large number of exclusive features and promotions designed to entice new customers and keep their existing ones happy.
‘The Grid’ also opens you up to exclusive offers, bets and betting coupons on football, horse racing as well as ‘money back’ promotions.
The good news is that Ladbrokes do have a mobile betting app which is available for Apple and Android users. It can be downloaded either from the iOS store or directly from the Ladbrokes website for anybody that wants to place bets on the go.
The great thing about the Ladbrokes app is that it is essentially a mini version of the main desktop site. Users won’t have to get used to a brand new layout and will be able to use and understand it right away.
The app also gives you complete access to the famous Ladbrokes loyalty scheme, meaning you can spend and gain points whenever you bet using your mobile and won’t miss out of any offers or promotions.
Simply log in using your iPhone or Android device and start betting, earning loyalty points and collecting prizes wherever you are.
In-Play betting has become very popular over the last few years and Ladbrokes are definitely aware of this popularity. Therefore they have dedicated an entire section of their website to in-play betting with odds constantly updating to ensure that you are not placing a bet using old information.
Ladbrokes offer a dizzying amount of in-play markets especially on the football with punters being able to bet on the most popular leagues like the English Premier League and La Liga but they can also have a flutter on the Finnish, Swedish and Australian leagues.
Ladbrokes also have a lot of sports on offer varying from the more favoured sports like Football, Tennis and Golf to the lesser known sports such as beach volleyball, ice hockey and speedway.
Ladbrokes are also into their American Sports such as American Football and Basketball. They also let customers bet on major political events like the U.S Presidential Election.
Ladbrokes are famous for their ad campaigns such as ‘The Ladbrokes Life’ which are loosely based on the types of gamblers that people regularly encounter, whether this is their friends or people you used to see in the betting shop. More recently they have moved on to parody the football punditry you see every weekend on Sky Sports and BT with Ally McCoist and Chris Kamara. You can watch the latest offering from Ladbrokes below.
Ladbrokes were formed in 1902 and now have over 2,200 betting shops all across the UK whilst enjoying a worldwide reputation. They have now moved into the online market and are enjoying even more success and posing a genuine threat to Bet365 as the world’s biggest online sports betting company.
Ladbrokes recently bought out rival companies Betdaq and Coral so they have managed to seize a large chunk of the online betting market for themselves from their competitors. They have also forayed into the world of mobile betting which has further enhanced their reach into the betting world and many people enjoy their sleek, stylish theme when betting on football especially.
Ladbrokes like to reward long standing customers with their loyalty scheme which awards points when customers place a bet and can be used across all of the different platforms either online, on the app or in person.
Ladbrokes accept a massive variation of payment methods as you would expect from one of the market leaders, examples of these methods are:
Ladbrokes have sponsored many sporting events in the last few years such as the Ladbrokes.com Darts World Championships and they also sponsor the Scottish Professional Football League.
They recently also signed a deal to become the main sponsor of many World Snooker events including the Grand Prix and Players Championships.
They are also the sponsors of the Rugby Challenge Cup so Ladbrokes certainly do get around and sponsor many sporting events which usually means that they set up shop at these events and control the in-person betting.
Live streaming has become a very popular feature on all major online betting sites and Ladbrokes are no different.
Currently Ladbrokes offer live streaming on over 12,000 sporting events a month! That is a mind blowing amount of live sport at your fingertips. This includes horse racing, football, tennis and many many more. If you want to see a bit of the action, all you have to do is place a minimum bet of £1 on the sporting event that you want to watch and you will be able to watch the live stream.
The coverage is usually very good, so you can get a really good feel for the game or match you’re betting on if you spot something and fancy another bet.
Ladbrokes provide a round-the-clock service for their customers and good level of customer support. There are 3 ways in which you can contact Ladbrokes for help:-
Ladbrokes have a 24/7 live chat function available on their site. This is usually the quickest and most efficient way to get a response to your query. The staff available are very helpful and keen to fix any problem you may have.
Inside the UK: 0800 731 6191
Outside the UK: +44 (0) 208 515 2565
If you require more support on a complex query, then Ladbrokes also have an email address for any problems.
Customer Service Address
Imperial House, Imperial Drive Rayners Lane, Harrow Middlesex, HA2 7JW United Kingdom UK