Paddy Power is an Irish bookmaker which was established in Dublin in 1988. The company started life with a range of licensed betting shops in the United Kingdom and Ireland plus operated telephone betting lines.
However, the company really came into its own thanks to its online presence and a series of controversial betting markets and advertising campaigns. The latest of which is an advert in the UK featuring the brother of Ryan Giggs and discusses loyalty.
Despite their outlandish marketing strategy, everything is above board with Paddy Power, who have merged with Betfair. They are licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission for punters in the UK and hold two additional licenses for gamblers around the world.
Paddy Power UK Bonus – cash back
Customers in the UK can enjoy a risk free first bet with Paddy Power up to the value of £10.
If your first sports bet at Paddy Power UK loses, they will refund your stake in cash up to the value of £10. To qualify for the offer, you must place a bet using a debit/credit card or PayPal, no other deposit methods can be used.
Your qualifying bet must be settled as a loser to receive the £10 stake in cash but at the time of writing, there is no minimum odds requirement set by Paddy Power.
Paddy Power Betting Markets
When loading up the homepage it quickly becomes apparent how important horse racing is for Paddy Power and if you enjoy betting on the races, you will love betting at Paddy Power. The homepage is full of the current horse racing markets, with the upcoming race featured and the times of several races available to bet.
Below this you will find football and again, Paddy Power has plenty of choice here ranging from the English Premier League to the Ukrainian Under 21 Championship. Paddy Power have a range of innovative betting markets and specials for football and if you like betting on the beautiful game you will have a good time at Paddy Power.
Other sports are also well covered including World Cup 2022, tennis, Winter Olympics, greyhounds, cricket, darts, golf, rugby and specials, such as Brexit.
Paddy Power UK 2022 Winter Olympics Betting
Paddy Power UK are usually very good at giving their customers the betting markets they desire and the 2020 Olympic Games will be no different. A range of skiing odds are sure to be present for the showpiece occasion in Beijing and if you cannot find something you are looking for, you can get in touch using social media and request a price.
In-play Betting and Online Streaming
In-play betting can be accessed from the menu in the header and here you will find an updated list of all the current events with in-play betting available. The sports on offer include football, tennis, basketball, snooker, badminton and even Esports.
The section of in-play markets runs deep at Paddy Power and you can bet live on anything from the Polish III Liga in football to ITF and Challenger tennis matches but the types of bets available do not always match that of other top online UK bookmakers.
Paddy Power offer a live streaming service to customers that have opened and funded an account. Football, tennis and horse racing are three major sports for online streaming and you can see which ones are available by the ‘Play’ icon next to the start time of the event.
Paddy Power UK Mobile App Review
Paddy Power have done a good job of streamlining their main betting website into mobile apps for Android and Apple devices. You will find the same bonus, sports betting markets, live betting and streaming experience on the Paddy Power UK mobile app as you do on the main website. You can download the app for Android from the Google Play Store and the iPhone and iPad versions can be found on the App Store. You can also bet on 2022 World Cup with Paddy Power mobile app.
Deposit and Withdrawal Options
Paddy Power do not have as many deposit and withdrawal methods as some of the other major UK betting companies but there is more than enough to make most punters happy. Deposit methods at Paddy Power UK include VISA, Mastercard, Maestro, PayPal, Neteller, Skrill, Paysafecard, Bank Transfer and Paddy Power’s own cash card. You can withdraw money from Paddy Power using all of the above but for one exception, which is Paysafecard.
Paddy Power Support
You can find the support options via the help and contact page and here you have the choice to message the support team or make a phone call. The messaging service is the best place to begin but you can all call them for free if you live in the UK and Ireland.
Paddy Power support is open between 8am and midnight Monday to Saturday and 9am to midnight on Sunday. You can also email them if you wish but the response is likely to be slower.