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Coral LoginCoral is a major bookmaker on the high street with an impressive chain of 1800 betting shops. Their sister-company (Gala) themselves have a retail presence primarily through bingo with 140 clubs and they also have 30 casinos. Joe Coral’s empire traces back to the year 1926. Over the years they have took the savvy approach of buying out shops from their rivals as apposed to building outlets from scratch. They for instance purchased the chain belonging to the Coates family (who would later dominate online with Bet365) and they also took over Irish shops linked to Paddy Power through past merges. In 2015 a partnership with Ladbrokes was agreed that will secure their high street dominance.


This partnership is not so much a swipe at William Hill, but more of a collaboration to conquer the online space. Coral has to date actually performed better than Ladbrokes on the web and they are only edged out by Paddy Power and William Hill factoring retail chains. The problem faced really has been the rise of web-only operations including Bet365, Betfair and Sky Bet. Taking market share away from these majors will prove challenging, but has importantly been crafted to a very high standard. Players can enjoy a smooth interface here, tons of betting markets and clever initiatives such as their Super Acca Insurance promotion.


Super Acca Insurance provides an initial bet stake return up to £25 each day covering match results. You can get 1 wrong between a 6 to 8 fold. If you choose a 9 to 10 fold then you can get 2 wrong whilst 11+ is 3. Once you sign up and access the Coral login you can also take advantage of their signup bonus. In depositing £5 you receive £20 free (4x £5). This betting site is well suited to accas since they allow 25 folds with a single penny and a nifty real-time returns tool. Cash Out is available through In-Play. They also display useful stats including the top punted game through Where’s The Money Going?

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