Neds is a fairly new Australian betting site, having only launched in 2017. Yet, it's already getting lots of attention, so we decided to see what all the fuss is about. This Neds review is a summary of our findings.
If you're a regular GamblersPro.com reader, you know the deal. We won't be glossing over anything and will be calling it as we see it. The truth is, Aussie betting sites can be hit or miss, and we're not going to give poor performers an easy ride. Will Neds make the cut? Read on to find out.
Pros & Cons
Sports You Can Bet On
Betting Products & Features
Neds is a straightforward enough sportsbook – there are no fancy add-ons here. We like the minimalist design and that it is what it is – you’re here to bet, after all, so there’s no need for a bunch of distractions.
There are both regular and live betting markets at Neds. There’s also a dedicated racebook for those of you who like to bet on the horses.
Neds also has something called the ‘Neds card’. It’s a Mastercard which you can use to buy things in the real world.
If you’re one who enjoys tips and the latest sports betting news, check out the Neds blog. It’s genuinely informative.
Making deposits and withdrawals at Neds is hassle-free. Here are your options:
You can contact Neds via live chat, email, and telephone.
Telephone – Call 1300 006337 to speak directly with an operator.
Live Chat – Use this feature on the Neds website to connect with an operator instantly.
Email – We wouldn’t recommend getting in touch this way when the other two options are available. However, if you insist, you can send a message using the contact form on the site.
All new punters are entitled to a Neds bonus bet.
There are also regular, ongoing bonuses and promotions including daily bet boosts on racing.