Neds is easily one of the best Australian racing and sports betting sites. Closely related to its sister site, Ladbrokes, Neds offers a huge range of markets across local and international racing & sporting events. Innovative betting options, live betting and excellent odds are just a few of the reasons why you should put Neds at the top of your list of betting sites to consider.
NEDS BETTING OVERVIEW
Neds burst onto the Australian betting scene back in 2017. The brainchild of former Ladbrokes & Bookmaker.com.au CEO Dean Shannon, Neds immediately impressed us with their depth of betting markets and competitively priced odds.
Neds was swiftly acquired by global gambling giant, Entain, in November 2018 and immediately benefited from the tech stack shared with other Entain brands including Ladbrokes.
On first impressions, you’ll notice the Neds website is very similar to Ladbrokes – which isn’t a bad thing! Employing a basic 3 panel layout comprising of betting options on the left, upcoming markets in the middle and a simple and straight forward bet slip on the right hand side – the Neds website is right up there with the best Australian betting sites in terms of usability and speed.
Whilst now internationally owned, Neds operations remain based locally in Brisbane Australia ensuring a highly relevant and engaging betting experience for Aussie punters.
Keep reading to learn more about the stand out features of Neds, or if you’ve read enough – go ahead and visit the Neds website to see what all the fuss is about.
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Neds has racing covered from all angles, offering one of the best selections of local and international racing events backed by extensive pre race previews, form guides, runner comments, speed maps and more.
Neds’ racing offering encompasses everything from basic fixed odds win and place betting through to starting price, mid tote, same race multi’s, exotics (trifectas, quinellas, exactas & quaddies), mystery bets and more.
To top it all off, Neds is one of only a few online bookmakers in Australia who offers live streaming of all Australian racing events via Sky Racing via their app and website (have to be logged in to watch). If you’re big on live streaming, you might also want to check out Ladbrokes & Bet365
If horse racing is your main punting pursuit, Neds is definitely worth checking out.
The Neds app is available for both Apple and Android devices and is easily one of the best betting apps available in Australia.
The Neds team appear to have put a significant amount of work into creating a super fast, easy to use app that puts everything you need to find and place a bet at your finger tips.
Some of our favourite features of the Neds app include:
- Filter Form: Allows you to quickly find horses based on their recent results including ‘won last start’, ‘top jockey’ and more.
- Next To Go: There’s nothing worse than missing the jump while you struggle to find your chosen event – Neds Next To Go puts the upcoming racing and sports events front and centre so you can get on fast.
- Same Game & Same Race Multi: The Neds App makes is incredibly easy to build your same game or same race multi, allowing you to easily combine your bets to increase your odds.
NEDS SPORTS BETTING
Neds sports betting options are virtually endless. You’ll find everything from Aussie staples such as AFL, NRL, A League & Cricket through to a wide range of international codes including Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Boxing, Tennis and much more.
Perhaps one of Neds’ greatest selling points is the number of in game markets offered across Aussie favourites like AFL and NRL matches. Whereas some bookies only offer a dozen or so in game betting options, it’s not uncommon for Neds to offer in excessive of 100+ in game markets for you to bet on. This makes Neds a great option for creating same game multis come footy season.
Neds also offers Australian punters the option of live, in play betting across a range of sports – however bets are only accepted over the phone in accordance with local Australian legislation.
Overall you’ll be hard pressed finding a sport that’s worth betting on, that isn’t available on Neds.