Neds Review FAQs
Still got some questions in relation to Neds? Well have a read on below, hopefully we have answered them for you!
How to bet on Neds?
Betting on Neds is pretty straightforward. Simply find the race you want to bet on, search for the market you think will win and then click on the odds provided. You can either add an amount to wager or click add to bet slip if placing a multi or wanting to compare odds. Your bet slip can be found in the top right corner of the app and once there you can add your stake and click ‘Place’ at the bottom of the screen.
How to win on Neds?
This is the fun part. Putting in the time and effort, or simply clicking something on a whim, hoping that your bet wins and you can collect some winnings. In order to win, you need to place a bet that ends up being successful, whether it be a horse to win or an eight-leg multi with your top selections!
Who owns Neds?
GVC Holdings, a ‘global gambling giant’ bought the rights to Neds in 2018, one year after it was founded.
What does void mean in Neds?
A void bet means that your bet has been removed from the market and can no longer be bet on – typically occurring when a horse is scratched from a race. When this happens, you will get your stake refunded in cash, or if that void bet is part of a multi, those odds are removed from the bet and the remainder of your multi is still alive.
How long does Neds take to withdraw?
Neds have two different methods of withdrawing funds, through PayPal or Bank Transfer. They state on their app that PayPal withdrawals will hit your account within 24 hours, and Bank Transfers can take 1-3 days.
How to verify a Neds account?
Once creating a Neds account, you will be sent an email to verify your personal details. You have 14 days to complete this process and then you will have full access to your account, including being able to deposit and withdraw funds.
How to do a quaddie on Neds?
First you have to select what track you want to place your quaddie on. Once you have made up your mind, go to the racing section and select that track. If you scroll to the bottom of that page, you will see the multiples betting options, including the quaddie.
You then have to select what runners you want for each of the four races, having as little or as many as you think is necessary, before clicking the orange ‘Add To Betslip’ in the bottom right corner. You then go into your bet slip, which is in the top right corner of the app and have your options there.
Unlike some other bookies, Neds makes you select which TOTE you want to use, rather than giving you the best available. Once selecting a TOTE, you can then either enter what percentage of the quaddie you want or how much stake you are willing to bet.
Based on which one you choose and how much you choose, the other will adjust accordingly. You then press ‘Place Bet’ in the bottom right corner and hope that your bet is successful!
What does flexi mean on Neds?
Flexi betting allows you to take exotic bet types (quinella, exacta, trifecta or first 4) and also multiple bet types (doubles, trebles or quaddies) with as many selections or combinations as you like for whatever amount you wish to invest.
How to do a multi on Neds?
Once you add something to your bet slip, and are taken to that page, you can create a multi by going back to other races and adding more bets in. The more selections you add, the greater your odds will be, however the greater the risk it won’t come off! If you study the form and play it smart, you can get some nice odds and then even use a Neds ‘Price Boost’ in your multi, seeing those odds grow even further!
How to place a quinella bet on Neds?
Firstly, you must select the track and race that you would like to bet on. From there, the user will select quinella from the top menu. Then you must pick the horses that you would like to place 1st and 2nd. Finally, click ‘Add to Bet Slip’ and your quinella will now appear in your bet slip, where you can then confirm your wager like you would with any regular selection.
Can you cancel a bet on Neds?
As a general rule in betting, once a bet has been made it cannot be cancelled. Neds have added a number of confirmation steps on the bet slip before a bet is accepted. This gives account holders enough time to confirm their selections and the stake before committing to the bet.
Can you cash out on Neds?
The type of bet you place dictates whether you are able to ‘cash out’ at any stage or not. You can cash a bet out before or during the game however it typically can only be on a fixed odds win in horse racings.
How to bet live on Neds?
If you select the ‘more’ section in the bottom right hand corner of the app, you will see a ‘Bet Live’ option towards the bottom of that list. This then provides you with multiple options that have active games and the odds that come with those. You then select which bet you want to take, Neds provides you with a unique code to quote and then you have to call to place your bet.
How to bet on a trifecta with Neds?
Firstly, you must select the track and race that you would like to bet on. From there, the user will select trifecta from the top menu. Then you must pick the horses that you would like to place 1st, 2nd and 3rd.
In this step, you can either choose ‘boxed’, ‘field’ or you can enter your number manually. Boxed means that each horse you select can finish in any of the three positions in the trifecta. Field means that you select every single horse to finish in that position.
Entering manually allows you to specifically choose which horse will finish in which position, making it more difficult but more specific to your selections. Finally, click ‘Add to Bet Slip’ and it will now appear in your bet slip, where you can then confirm your wager like you would with any regular selection.
How to watch races on Neds?
Unfortunately, Neds doesn’t have any licensing agreements that allow you to watch races live on the app or website.
How does a Neds bonus bet work?
Neds bonus bets come in two forms – bonus cash or bonus coupons. The coupons are bonus bets, like you get with any other account, while bonus cash allows you to spend your bonus as you please, in as many different bets or bet amounts as you like, until the cash is all used or they expire, which is typically a week later.