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Who is PalmerBet?
This betting and bookmaking agency has been in existence for a few years as on-course bookies (three decades to be exact) and is a firm fixture within the New South Wales betting industry in particular.
Who owns Palmerbet?
PalmerBet is run by brothers Grant and Andrew Palmer, who are also its directors.
The Palmer name is synonymous with the Sydney and New South Wales betting rings, with the brother’s grandfather Ted Palmer being a well-known oncourse Bookmaker long before online betting agencies became the norm.
By August 2013, the Palmer’s had bought their bookmaking business into the modern world, launching PalmerBet (at the time) as one of the few true Australian betting agencies without international interests.
Check out there latest TV AD below,
Palmerbet is owned and operated by Palmer Bookmaking Pty Ltd.
It is licensed by and operates under the regulation of Racing NSW.
The company is financially guaranteed by the NSW Bookmakers Co-operative.
PalmerBet is regulated by the NSW Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing.
The company works out of offices based at Canterbury Racecourse, NSW, Australia.
Sign Up Process
PalmerBet offers its sign up via the website (for desktop or laptop) or mobile (a downloaded APK file).
If downloading via a mobile, be cautious about the literature that PalmerBet uses to assist you with this because it’s not quite correct.
After a few tries with a couple of different mobile browsers, we managed to settle on using Firefox and then finding the link to the Android download banner, and voila! a little down arrow starts to emerge indicating the APK is downloading. On other browsers this didn’t happen.
Just for your I go if things really go pear-shaped, click on this link:
After it lands, run the APK to install it. the sign-up process is pretty straightforward, though the confirmation of your account completion which sends you an email, is not the quickest.
Ours took around 10 minutes to land. Your mileage may vary.
PalmerBet, as per other betting agencies in line with anti-laundering policies will require verification of your identity.
The easiest way is to use the Green ID identification process.
If you have used this before on another betting agency sign up then your credentials should be verified within seconds, as your details will already be in the system.
After this, you are good to go.
There are three things which stand out as far as PalmerBet is concerned, and that is:
* their Bet Book tool
* their Quick Multi option, and
* their regular promotions.
We’ll talk about these further on within this article.
To start with however we’ll go through all the usual functionality that websites like this provide to their user base.
The website is predominantly white, it has blue accents and the overall display is clean, spacious, airy and uncluttered.
The menu options are displayed across the page as a single menu bar when viewed on a desktop.
These then roll up into the traditional hamburger menu on the mobile platform.
The use of the white background tempered with soft coloured accents for text makes viewing a little troublesome though.
For instance, when scrolling across tabbed screens, the inactive screens become nearly invisible.
You can’t see a thing. Everything is white background with grey text.
It is pretty easy to use, though for some the overall simplicity and the colour swatch might be too bland for some and may not hold enough contrast.
‘Horses for courses’ as they say.
Visually, the mobile looks and acts in much the same way as the desktop version.
No problem there.
Once you start using it initially, you’ll be asked for a pin code, enter this to lock it down as an extra form of security on your phone or tablet, in case your device is stolen and someone wants to play around on your betting apps and take all your money.
Using the app is straightforward, but if you’ve been spoilt for choice by working with other online apps such as BetEasy or PlayUp, then this might seem a little bit unadventurous for some.
Funding Types/Deposit Methods
PalmerBet offers deposit options including: Visa, MasterCard, Bank Transfer, BPAY, POLi. Go to Menu – >Account to set this up.
Only Bank Transfers are offered at this stage.
Go to -> Account to set this up.
The use of a proprietary debit card linked to PalmerBet’s account balance is not available.
PalmerBet have a decent range of markets including the three racing codes, Cricket, Tennis, Super Rugby, AFL, NRL, Soccer, Basketball and even Politics, for something a little different.
To check out all the sports that are available for betting, go to Menu -> Sports.
Refer to Menu -> Promotions to view PalmerBet’s current promotions.
These are quite good actually.
Each promotion appears to have its own banner, so you can quickly see what is on offer, so just click on it and see if it’s what you are after as a betting option.
Other Betting Features
Live racing is not available on the PalmerBet website.
Betbook is a social interaction patform that connects PalmerBet members through their Facebook accounts. Doing so allows one to share their bets with friends, follow their bets and generally exchange information and chat across the platform.
It’s unusual and unique to see a betting agency interact directly onto a social platform. We reviewed the SportChamps app not long ago, and they use something similar called Trash Talk, but that functionality is contained within the app rather than going out externally to another provider like Facebook. Be mindful that some people refuse to use Facebook due to their business practices.
Best Of The Best
PalmerBet’s ‘Best Of The Best’ guarantees the top dividend provided by oncourse bookies via Top Fluctuation and the Best Tote Dividends. This is available on all Saturday Metropolitan meetings.
You’ll notice now that many betting agencies are providing access to putting bets on Quick Multis. PalmerBet are no different. This bet type is usually associated with the betting slip; similar to the way that Supermarkets design their checkout aisles with lollies and fizzy drink at close proximity, so you can spend extra on those ‘little things’.
We weren’t able to test this feature fully, because we’ve only just set up an account but we had no money in it. So once we would activate a betting slip then perhaps quick multi options would appear, but we won’t know this until we actually use the app and test it.
Clicking on the name of a horse will bring up a screen called ‘Information’. To be honest, it looks a bit frugal compared to some of the other apps where information and form guide etc are far more extensive.
Unlike other apps which we have written about previously, with PalmerBet there appears to be no screens available for things like: Featured Bets (where the big money is going), Extended Form Guide (all horses in the race), Fluctuations, Speed Maps and a Bet Tracker. These functions can be found on other apps such as Ladbrokes, if those are important to you. For the studious punter, they probably are.
This topic is becoming an extended but necessary feature for all betting agencies now, and PalmerBet have included all the typical policies that are to be expected in this section. These include:
* setting pre-commitment levels
* setting self exclusion rules for yourself, and
* possible temporary deactivation if things get really serious.
* PalmerBet also include many links to gambling assistant sites.
Go to: Responsible Gambling
There is a Help Section/Centre at: click here.
As well as a Contact Page at: click here.
You can contact a representative at PalmerBet by the email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As mentioned above, the PalmerBet layout is tidy and clean and unobtrusive though slightly unadventurous and faint looking on inactive screens too, when compared to the bells and whistles of other betting agency apps.
The fact that it’s an all Australian operation will appeal to many Australian punters out there.
There are certainly no complaints on the betting side of things, with lots of sports offered and of course boosted odds and promotions all making for a well heeled package.
Some highly useful pieces of functionality are missing though, as mentioned above in the section ‘What’s Missing’.
We believe those sorts of things should be mandatory for betting agencies into the future, and hopefully we might see PalmerBet being able to bolt these on to their facility in due course.
Perhaps also being able to extend withdrawal options along with the addition of a a debit card linked to one’s account would go some way towards bolstering new customers, though admittedly these are nice to have rather than compulsory.
For those of you wanting it to be loyal and keep it ‘all Australian’, PalmerBet should be worth an investigation on your part.