Review of Ladbrokes vs. Bet365: Who does it best?
Many punters struggle to choose between Ladbrokes and Bet365. Our comprehensive review will help you select the right operator for you.
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Results of our comparison
Markets: best selection – Bet365
Both operators focus on the main sports, such as football, cricket, horse racing and tennis, but also have a huge range of other markets within their sportsbook.
Bet365 offers markets on a range of niche sports such as bandy (a variant of hockey that shares similarities with football), handball and trotting (a form of horse racing) which are not available on Ladbrokes. However Ladbrokes offers speedyway which is not found on Bet365.
Both markets offer eSports betting, although Bet365 has a much larger market spanning more competitions.
Best odds: Bet365
Unsurprisingly the odds were fairly similar across both sites, which is not unexpected as major bookmakers are unlikely to differ dramatically.
However Bet365 offer slightly better odds on the outsiders, to encourage punters to bet on riskier outcomes.
Mobile app: Bet365 wins again
Mobile apps can be pretty hit and miss, but these two both scored really well. Neither had any obvious faults and had the full range of markets.
However, there had to be a winner and the layout, particularly the front page In-Play section made Bet365's app more user friendly and an all-round better experience.
Tools and Tips: Bet365
Every site offers various tools and tips for their users. It goes without saying that both offer the usual array of pre-game statistics, but these two certainly go the extra mile when it comes to extras.
- The Grid – a Ladbrokes exclusive that allows registered users free bets, discounts, acca tracking and more.
Final verdict: Bet365 wins
In our review of Ladbrokes vs. Bet365 it seems like Bet365 is the narrow winner for punters, especially those who like to back outsiders.
The huge range of markets, easy to use mobile app and great welcome package set them apart from Ladbrokes.