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Palmerbet.com | Palmerbet Review 2018

Palmerbet Review

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Palmerbet are new to the online betting scene but they have a vast amount of experience in the Australian betting world being on course bookmakers for decades who have now gone online. Palmerbet is one betting site that is still home grown and fully Australian owned and although they may not offer up as many products as the others they are improving. Palmerbet are a solid alternative if you are looking for a home grown smaller online bookmaker that won't let you down.

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Palmerbet

Palmerbet may not be a household name when it comes to online betting but the family operated business has been in the industry for decades.

Originally on course bookmakers the two Palmer brothers Grant and Andrew have evolved their grandfathers business to cater for the ever increasing online betting market within Australia.

Palmerbet is one of a select few online betting sites operating in Australia that is actually owed by Australians so if your a patriot and like to keep your money in the country then Palmerbet may be for you.

Palmerbet are a small operator within the industry and while they may not have all the bells and whistles on their website like many other sports betting sites they do have most things covered that punters now expect.

The website looks pretty basic but the software is sound and the layout is pretty much standard for the betting industry these days so you will have no trouble navigating the site through different markets.

Betting Man Opinion

Palmerbet is not a site I frequent often but I will take advantage of any good promotions they throw my way if I haven't used them for a while. 

They do cover a nice selection of sports including all the Australian home grown favourites such as AFL, NRL and cricket but they also offer up some features on EPL, NBA, and NFL.

Racing markets are covered with a bigger emphasis on greyhound racing than most betting sites so if you're a dish licking lover they may well be worth a look.

The Palmerbet blog is surprisingly pretty good and well laid out, they may not have podcasts and extras like some of the big boys but what they do cover is covered well and there is plenty of information for the punter.

Their mobile app is also pretty good to use, while it is pretty simple there are certainly worse performing ones on the market.

The bet slip provided is again pretty simple but simple means easy to use and you have no trouble getting your bets on in a quick fashion.

Palmerbet unfortunately do not offer live streaming and their in play betting markets are limited so if this is a big thing for you as a punter it would be best looking at some of the bigger betting companies.

PalmerBet Form Guide

One of the biggest downsides to the PalmerBet form guide is the page navigates away from the one your looking to place a bet on and opens up another page with the form, most online betting sites now use drop down boxes.

The guide is basic but they include all the standard stats with the trainer, jockey, age, breeding, last six races, career starts, track and distance and ground stats.

They also include first and second up form after a spell with a comment on how the horse ran in its last outing. Unfortunately PalmerBet do not have any form for harness racing.

PalmerBet Mobile App

PalmerBet's mobile app is pretty good as you would expect being a relatively new betting site they would have had their mobile app built with all the bells and whistles included without the need to upgrade.

PalmerBet's mobile app is structures pretty well and is one of my favourites because it is so so easy to use.

PalmerBet Customer Service

PalmerBet need to improve in this section.

Emails are answered slower than you would like and they do not have a live chat facility which is a must in this day and age to keep pace with the big boys.

PalmerBet's help section is also pretty basic compared to most websites.

Their phone line is only open Mon-Sat 8AM-6PM which isn't good enough as most online bookmaker now offer phone support seven days a week.

PalmerBet Key Features

Racing and Sports Blog - PalmerBet have set up their very own blog full of previews, tips and much more.

Bet Book - Never miss a runner again with the PalmerBet Bet Book, save eyecatching runners and previous bets.

 

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Everything on the Palmerbet website is of a basic design but it does what it needs to do for you to get your selections on.

Due to the fact they are a small operator they lack in certain areas and they are one of the betting sites that I would rather keep an eye on for the time being.

There is nothing really wrong with Palmerbet themselves but they just have so much ground to make up in comparison to the better betting sites that they are one of those ones that you just nip to now and again to check any special deals that they may have going especially around big race days.

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