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William Hill Review
William Hill — one of the largest sportsbooks in Nevada and the United Kingdom — has launched a new online sportsbook in New Jersey.
William Hill is well-known to many American gamblers. The company powers more than 100 physical sportsbook locations around the country, including the retail sportsbooks at the Tropicana and Ocean Casinos and the Monmouth Park racing track. Its New Jersey sportsbook allows anyone over 21 years of age to place a bet on a variety of sports as long as they are located inside the state.
William Hill Sportsbook offers new users a $50 bonus when you place $50 worth of bets. The promotional bonus lags behind many competitors, who offer hundreds of dollars in free bets, and its platform lacks many of the features that have become standard at industry-leading platforms. Hopefully the barebones feel of the new sportsbook is just a start and the site will add features in the future.
William Hill Online Casino and Sportsbook
The first thing you might notice about William Hill Sportsbook is the absence of many features you see at many leading competitors. The site is not integrated with an online casino, the number of sports it covers is relatively limited, and there are few promotions to appeal to new players. William Hill has a minimalist look and feel that focuses on the sports and bets that make up the vast majority of the betting action and eschews the bells and whistles offers by industry leaders.
Users can access William Hill via their browser-based desktop client or by downloading their iOS or Android app. Users are not even prompted to create a username. Instead, every new user is assigned an account number they will use to log in. Banking options are limited. Users can make deposits using Visa or MasterCard, e-check, the William Hill prepaid card, or by depositing cash at the William Hill retail locations at Monmouth Park or Ocean Resort AC. Withdrawals are limited to getting cash at a physical location or having it returned to your prepaid card.
The sports are limited too. While many sportsbooks feature extensive obscure sports like darts and Australian rules football, William Hill only covers football, basketball, baseball, hockey, soccer, boxing, mixed martial arts, golf, tennis, and auto racing. There are plenty of betting options, however, at least when it comes to pre-game wagers. Users can find traditional moneylines, point spreads, and point total bets, as well as parlays, teasers, round robins, and futures, although the futures bets are more limited than at other sportsbooks. The live in-game betting feature offered at William Hill also lacks most of the betting options other competitors offer.
The promotional bonus is on the low side as well, although William Hill allows you to keep and withdraw your bonus funds instead of just giving you a site credit like many other competitors. Users who enter the promo code WH50 will receive a $50 bonus for placing their first $50 worth of bets. You must place $50 worth of bets within 30 days of registering an account. Once that requirement has been satisfied, the site will credit you $50 that you can use as you wish.
William Hill Casino Review
William Hill won’t knock your socks off, but it may appeal to bettors who want to focus on the basics. The design and interface are very minimalist and there are few moving parts. From the sign-up to the bonus to the betting, everything is simple and straight forward.
Of course, users who are more interested in extensive live betting, wagering on obscure sports, and large promotional bonuses may be disappointed. Still, there are plenty of mainstream sports and betting options to satisfy the vast majority of bettors.
The platform is still new so many of the bells and whistles that we have come to expect from sportsbooks may still be added in the near future.