Toals Bookmakers is an online sports book that’s run by FSB Technology (UK) Limited. It’s one of a number of online sports books that FSB Technology have helped find a place on the internet.
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FSB Technology – a turnkey sports betting solutions provider – have helped other sites find a place on the internet including GentingBet, 21Bet, MiniBet and Go Wager. Like all of FSB Technology’s sites, Toals Bookmakers is licensed for UK-based punters by the United Kingdom Gambling Commission.
There’s a terrific deal for new customers when it comes to Toals Bookmakers – how does £/€250 in bonus bets sound? Before you get too excited though it should be pointed out that these free bets are spread out over a full year – you can’t use them all at once!
To gain your first £/€10 fbonus you simply need to place five qualifying bets in your first week of membership. A qualifying bet is a wager that’s placed (and settled) of at least £/€5 with single odds or accumulative odds of at least evens (2.00). You have a full seven days to make these bets and if you succeed at the end of the week you be give a £/€10 bonus bet.
Any subsequent week that you make at least ten qualifying bets you will be rewarded with a £/€5 bonus bet. Don’t worry if you miss a week – unlike other sports books Toals Bookmakers will not kick you off this promo for good. ANY week that you meet the ‘bonus bets’ criteria you will be awarded your £5 bonus bet, for your first year of membership at least.
The bonus bets you are awarded work as typical bonus bets in that the stake is not returned as part of your winnings if your bonus bet is successful. You have seven days in which to use your bonus bet else it will be declared void.
There are also a couple of special bonus offers you might be interested in here. First up, you can get acca insurance. This means that if you place a five-match accumulator and just one of your selections lets you down, then you will receive back your stake as bonus bet money. The same applies for any acca laid on GAA Football.
While not strictly to do with the sports book here, the attached casino available at Toals Bookmakers can offer you a special welcome deal – a one hundred percent matched welcome bonus on your first deposit up to £/€200. You need to deposit at least £/€10 to qualify for this offer, and you need to wager your bonus and deposit twenty-five times over before you can cash out any winnings.
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FSB Technology (UK) are really becoming one of the big names in the UK when it comes to sports betting, and their interface – as now used by a number of sports book including Toals Bookmakers – is one that’s becoming increasingly familiar to regular sports bettors. It’s a hugely attractive one that is extremely easy to use, with emphasis on the bigger markets such as football, horse racing and tennis.
If you prefer less well-known markets then just find your way to the menu button in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen. You’ll find a suitable range of markers and events for your perusal right there.
Currently Toals Bookmakers only feels fantastic about your plastic as the site only accepts credit and debit cards (Visa or MasterCard) and from UK and Irish customers. The minimum amount you are able to deposit is £10, and the maximum is £5,000.
The minimum withdrawal this sports book will accept is £10 and withdrawals back to your credit or debit card should take between three to five days to process. All withdrawals are free unless you have yet to make a bet via your sports book account here.
The only moan we can find about Toals Bookmakers is the lack of payment options beyond debit and credit cards – but then as everyone usually has plastic in their pocket it’s not something we’re going to lose too much sleep over.
Everything else is mighty fine – the promos (a year of free bets is one of the best deals we’ve seen anywhere) and the range of markets, plus a super cool interface. What’s there not to like, or even love?