Welcome to our list of the best boxing betting apps currently available. Boxing fans will be drooling over some of the forthcoming fights; ones that include Anthony Joshua, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder (to name a few). Betting on boxing can also be very exciting with a wide range of bets to pick from including match-betting, method of victory, and round betting. Read on below to find out which are our 5 best betting apps and the reasons why.
Our five best boxing betting apps
1 – Ladbrokes app
One of the main things boxing fans hate is an excitedly anticipated bout ending far too early. This is why you have to love Ladbrokes ‘Gone in 60 seconds’ betting – and it’s always big odds. For example, Pacquiao was 150/1 to dispatch Mayweather in their 2 May 2015 clash – £1 on this type of bet would certainly make up for the disappointment if there was indeed an early finish. This promotion is certainly worth looking at for the Anthony Joshua fights and others who are renowned for being heavy hitters!
There’s one of the widest choice of markets here and Ladbrokes tend to be the first, if not the only bookmaker to offer specific boxing based promotions to their existing customers. Here’s a limited time offer that was readily available the last time we checked in, as an example.
18+ Online and Mobile only. Odds subject to fluctuation. Limited Time only. T&Cs apply.
A well deserved place in our best boxing betting apps list!
Ladbrokes New Customer offer
Receive a £50 free bet when you make an initial bet of £50 on a selection with odds of 1/2 or greater.
18+. New customers only. Promo code ‘F50’ required. Certain deposit methods excluded. Min £/€5 on win or each-way bet excluding Tote or pools = match max £/€50 free bet. Min odds 1/2 (1.5). Bet must be made within 14 days. Free bet valid for 4 days. Free bet stake not returned. Single bets only. Free bet cannot be used on certain markets. T&Cs apply.
2 – Paddy Power app
Paddy Power has made its name by offering punters great offers. At the moment keep your eyes open for the ‘Paddy Power Play’ with new and original promotions being offered every day on a variety of high-profile sporting events – boxing included.
Paddy Power New Customer Offer
Paddy Power’s welcome bonuses have always been popular with punters, and their latest one is no different – A £20 risk free bet. Simply make your initial bet £20 and if it loses you will get your £20 back in cash. Significant terms from Paddy Power about the £20 risk free bet are below.
“Risk Free 20: New customers only, limited to one per person. If you’ve previously had a Paddy Power account, you will not qualify for the offer. Place your FIRST bet on any Sportsbook market and if it loses we will refund your stake in CASH. Max refund for this offer is €20. Only deposits made using Cards or Paypal will qualify for this promotion. T&Cs apply. Paddy’s Rewards Club: Get a €10 free bet when you place 5x bets of €10+. T&Cs apply.”
3 – Betfair app
The Betfair app is definitely one to have in your punting portfolio when it comes to betting on boxing as they’re invariably competitively priced on most markets, especially round betting. The exchange is also a good indicator of where the big money is going.
Betfair New Customer Offer
Place 5 bets of £10 or more and get a £20 free bet. You can do this up to 5 times giving you up to £100 for your betfair account.
New customer offer. Place 5 x €10 or more bets to receive €20 in free bets. Repeat up to 5 times to receive maximum €100 bonus. Min odds 1/2 (1.5). Exchange bets excluded. T&Cs apply.
4 – Betfred app
There is no more opinionated bookmaker than Betfred – and that’s great for boxing punters as they’re often top-priced one of the two boxers in any match. Always check out their concessions too, as they quite often offer money-back on specific eventualities.
Betfred New Customer Offer
Betfred are another company offering the bet £10 and get £30 in free bets, but also with 30 free spins for the casino. Worth jumping on if you don’t already have an account.
significant terms – Only available to new customers from UK & Northern Ireland. You must stake £10 or more at single/cumulative odds of Evens (2.0) or greater on your first bet. Free bet balance of £30 credited within 48 hours of your first bet being settled. Free Bets expire after 7 days. E-Wallet restrictions apply. Minimum 5 game rounds. Game restrictions apply. Maximum 30 Free Spins on selected games. Free Spins expire after 7 days. Full T&Cs apply.
5 – Coral app
Coral often take the opposite opinion than the majority of bookmakers and are always worth checking out to see if they’re top-price for your selection. They also frequently offer great concessions on high-profile events – which may just get you your money back even when you think your bet has hit the canvas.
Coral New Customer Offer
Get a free bet four-times your initial stake. Place a bet of £5 and get a free £20 bet.
18+. UK+IRE only. Min first bet £5 at odds 1/2 or more. Tote and Pool excluded. Must be placed within 14 days of account reg. £20 credited as 4 x £5 free bets. Not valid with Cash Out. Free bet valid for 4 days. Free bet stake not returned. T&Cs apply.
So they are our 5 best boxing betting apps – try them, they’re knockout!
Boxing betting markets.
More and more options are becoming available to bet on within the best boxing betting apps as the sport continues to grow in popularity. Lower class fights generally have fewer markets available, as the amount of attention these fights bring is very low. Especially in comparison to the big name fights and championship bouts.
However the main events are now cluttered with markets, providing you more choice than ever before. Now it is possible to bet on rounds, method of victory and much much more. Check out some of the markets currently available on the Ladbrokes app;
- Method of Victory – predict how the fight will end.
- Round betting – bet on who will win and in which particular round.
- Round Group betting – Decide who will win within a group of rounds eg ‘boxer A in rounds 4-6’.
- When will the fight be won? – Pick a group of rounds you believe the fight will be won in (winner doesn’t matter).
- Total rounds – Choose how many rounds the fight will last.
- Final judgement – Betting on the fight to last the distance and predicting the overall judge’s scorecard decisions.
- Fight to go the distance – A two-choice market on whether both boxers hear the final bell or not.
- Gone in 60 seconds – Betting on whether a particular fighter will win within 60 seconds.
- Down but not out – predicting a fighter to get knocked down, getting up and then going on to win the fight.
Cash Out in boxing.
The feature of cashing out a bet is more famous within football betting. However cashing out has now spread its wings across to the boxing world. The best betting apps, such as Ladbrokes now offer the cash out facility across select boxing markets. The markets that are available for cash out are usually clearly labelled as such.
Cash out provides you with the chance to cash out for an instant return on your bet before it is settled, regardless of whether it is winning or losing. Therefore cashing out isn’t usually used in round betting. It is used more in the outright and longer term boxing bets. This isn’t a necessity, but a nice feature to fall back on if things are looking like they aren’t going your way.