Smarkets is a leading betting exchange renowned for its easy to use interface and outstanding ‘industry low’ 2% commission.
While Smarkets don’t yet have their mobile app their website works beautifully via mobile browsers. This ‘mini PC version’ of Smarkets offers everything you will find on it’s bigger cumbersome relative, every fast and efficient feature.
The landing page takes customers straight to the forthcoming horseracing and football markets, which is where most Smarkets customers like to trade markets.
But a quick click of the menu icon offers up both a ‘search markets’ feature and a full list of the sports/markets Smarkets offer, they are:
Plus, there is a tab which takes you to ongoing / in-play betting markets.
You can view all markets regardless of being logged-in or not and, despite being a betting exchange offering the ability to back or lay, they are beautifully laid out with jockeys’ colours (in the horseracing pages) sat alongside ‘bet’, ‘lay’ buttons.
Market liquidity and the sum total of the amount of money traded on a market is also clearly displayed.
Smarkets have a ‘Risk Free £10 Welcome Bonus’ promotion for all new customers who make a £20+ first-time deposit. Smarkets joining bonus is automatically credited on any losses of £10 or more and therein any potential loss of £10 is ‘risk free’.
To open a new account and receive the bonus all new customers need to do is:
Smarkets are currently developing a native iOS and Android app to allow their customers to enjoy what they describe as “the most technologically advanced betting exchange” with ease on your phone or tablet.
Logging into Smarkets is a very straightforward process…
Smarkets excels in what is does, delivering a user-friendly betting exchange with very low commission rates and great liquidity. It does nothing else.
The Smarkets mobile site is not cluttered or unnecessarily complex. New customers will be taken to a new screen where the account opening registration form is not complicated.
The ‘search markets’ area is helpful albeit not vital and there are clear links to: