All British Casino Sign-Up Offer: Get 10% Cashback on Lost Bets

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Despite its name, All British Casino is a Malta-based online casino brand that has been operating since 2013 as part of the L&L family.

It is placed alongside brands such as Casino Casino, Fun Casino, Hyper Casino, No Bonus Casino, Pub Casino, Race Casino, Yako Casino and Yeti Casino in the L&L stables and is licensed under the British Gambling Commission under licence number 38758, while they also hold additional licences for the Malta Gaming Authority and the Swedish Gambling Authority.

As well as offering a wide range of casino games, All British Casino has expanded to offer sportsbook services as well which means they have everything easily accessible and all in one place.

Sign Up Process

To keep things nice and simple and get us underway on the right footing, I’ve condensed the sign-up process into three simple and easy-to-follow steps.


Press on the above Claim Offer button to go to the All British Casino website.


Deposit (minimum of £20) and bet on Sportsbook markets of your choice.


Place a bet to earn 10% cashback on any lost bets

How to Claim the All British Casino Welcome Bonus

It’s fair to say that All British Casino have one of the more unique welcome offers on the market, and for me, that’s something to be celebrated.

It’s always worth taking advantage of a sign-up offer, so the fact that All British Casino have something that is a little bit different to their competitors catches the eye straight away with the 10% cashback on lost bets available.

So, let’s take the plunge and get into what to expect from the sign-up process.


Press on the Claim Offer button


Deposit into your account and make a qualifying bet


Receive your cashback upon settlement of the bet, if your selection loses

There is nothing complicated whatsoever about the initial steps, there are just a few basic fields to fill in (email address, password, phone number, address etc) before you’re signed up.

For me, this is not to be taken lightly. Sometimes you see an offer or a price and want to act quickly, but some of the sign-up processes out there can be really time-consuming and make you give up halfway through. With All British Casino though, you’re onto the other side in a matter of minutes.

So onto the next bit, and actually claiming the bonus.

The first thing to do is to read the terms and conditions. As ever with these kind of deals, there are quite a few thresholds that need to be met in order to qualify for the advertised welcome bonus, and some of them look a little restrictive on first impression.

Once you have been taken to your profile, if you find the ‘Bonuses’ section it will show you what is available, what bonuses are already active, which ones you have already used and the T&Cs for anyone ones you are eligible to use.

For our welcome offer, it takes you through to a page that states it was last updated in 2017, which is a bit of a red flag for me. Even if the content in there hasn’t changed, I would find a bit more reassurance if it were to be shown that what I was reading was up-to-date.

However here are the key points to consider with this offer:

  • Minimum deposit of £20
  • 10% cashback available on all losses (so if you stake £10 on a bet and lose, you will get £1 back)
  • Welcome bonus of 100% up to a maximum of £100
  • Only players from Britain qualify
  • All bonuses have a wagering requirement of 35x the received bonus
  • Not eligible for the welcome bonus if you deposit with Skrill or Neteller

There are always a few hidden terms when joining up to use a welcome bonus so it’s worth considering them before just jumping straight in and placing your first bet.

I think generally the 10% cashback deal is a good one that appeals to repeat users and encourages you to come back for more, rather than the casual user who might join just for the offer and then never come back again.

However it should be noted that the welcome bonus is not available to use in sportsbook and live casino, and the limitations on deposit methods are also not great.

All British Casino - My Opinion

All British Casino wasn’t really a brand I was overly familiar with upon signing up, although their branding is probably as brash as you would imagine given the name of it.

We’ll come onto the design and appearance of the website and app later, but for now we’ll focus on what they offer.

There is an amazing selection of games available, whether it’s live casino, slots, jackpot games, table games, slingo, video slots and casual games - there are over 1,000 casino games across the platform all told - and with sportsbook also on offer it means they have every base covered.

It is pretty easy to navigate between all the different games and game types too, with the search function at the top of the homepage allowing you to find whatever game you’re looking for in a heartbeat

Our bread and butter over at Freebets is sportsbook betting, so we will focus in on that seeing as it is relatively new to All British Casino’s offering.

My first impressions are that they have everything you would expect to see. The interface appears pretty easy to use and fairly straightforward however, and all the main markets are covered while the odds - though not the best on the market - are certainly competitive.

The selection of sports available to bet on is decent enough, with one major exception. There are the usuals that you would expect to find which means there is a good selection, but my experience of doing a few of these reviews lately is that other brands go above and beyond to provide odds for some of the more obscure sports, where All British Casino don’t quite go that far.

While I find the colours and layout of the site pleasing on the eye, I don’t think it is the most user-friendly or intuitive so it probably wouldn’t become my go-to for sportsbook betting.

It should also be noted that not being able to access the welcome offer if depositing with Skrill or Neteller could be bit of a pain if those are your preferred methods, while the promotions available for existing customers are pretty thin on the ground.

Overall, the casino offering looks amazing but their sportsbook site leaves quite a bit to be desired. The cashback offer is a good one to existing customers but there isn’t a whole lot else to keep coming back to, which is a big disappointment for me.

Betting Markets & Odds

As we’re sticking primarily to the sportsbook side of things with All British Casino, let’s take a look at what sports they have available to bet on in the table below.

BasketballRugby League
Table TennisBeach Volley
E-SportsAussie Rules
Rugby UnionE-Ice Hockey
Ice HockeySquash
American FootballLacrosse

As previously mentioned, this is a decent enough list of sports but not quite as good as some sportsbook competitors. It perhaps makes sense given that casino is the focus for All British Casino, but there is no doubt that they can expand their markets.

That said, it is good to see emerging sports such as Padel in the list of covered sports and a good number of Specials markets, looking at entertainment, music, politics and the Oscars, while virtual football is now available which my research suggests has not always been the case.

If you’re betting on mainstream sports such as football and the Premier League, you shouldn’t have any problems finding whatever markets you want, putting together a bet builder or anything like that.

But even getting into sports such as cricket, rugby and tennis, the markets are very limited so unless you’re betting on outright winners, you’re probably wasting your time.

There is one glaring absentee in all of this, and that’s the absence of any horse racing odds. Given horse racing betting is one of the most popular forms of betting in the UK, I would expect to see it included here so the absence of any odds is something of a surprise.


Regular promotions are a massive part of finding the right bookmaker for you. Sure the welcome offers and free bets can be amazing and eye-catching, but after they have dried up you need to be sure that you have something that keeps you coming back and gives you good value.

Most bookies offer regular promotions, boosted odds and extra features that mean you are being rewarded for being a loyal customer, and I think that’s crucial when finding the right place to bet.

Unfortunately, there’s not a lot to choose from with All British Casino, but let’s go through them anyway.


Though the cashback offer is part of the welcome offer, it is something that is designed to keep you coming back for more.

Cashback offers are available to all registered players at All British Casino, and it essentially means you will get 10% cashback on your losses - so if you stake £10 and it doesn’t win, you will still get £1 back.

It should be noted that cashback can only be claimed if the balance is below £10, but it essentially acts as a safety net for your bet, as you know you will get something back even if your selection is unsuccessful.

This isn’t a promotion that is widely available on the market, so it is a pretty good one and appeals directly to regular customers.

Football ACCA Boost

As with any sportsbook, it is pretty commonplace to face an acca boost of some sort in the promotions and All British Casino is no different.

In basic terms, any acca you place with odds of 1/2 (1.5) or over, the acca will be boosted with every additional selection you make - with a minimum of four selections making up the bet, across any competition in any country.

Here is how the boost breaks down:

  • 4 selections - 5%
  • 5 selections - 7%
  • 6 selections - 10%
  • 7 selections - 15%
  • 8 selections - 20%
  • 9 selections - 25%
  • 10 selections - 30%
  • 11 selections - 35%
  • 12 selections or more - 50%

All British Fantasy Football League

This promotion is a little bit different, as it is run as more of competition than a promotion on All British Casino’s odds, but let’s have a look at it anyway.

It of course revolves around Fantasy Football, one of the most popular ways to follow the Premier League these days, and it is refreshing to see someone running regular rewards that include Fantasy Premier League results.

It is a free to enter competition (although you must have made a deposit into your All British Casino account) and once in you will be entered into a private league on the Fantasy Premier League website, with total points accrued counting towards weekly prizes and one overall prize that break down as follows:

Overall Top 10 Prizes

1st - £1,500

2nd - 750

3rd - 250

4th to 10th - £100

Gameweek Top Three Prizes

1st - £100

2nd - £50

3rd - £25

Even if you miss the start of the season, if you are a regular FPL player your total scores will still be counted towards the whole season prizes, but if you have not been playing it may be too late to catch up.

That said, if you can still win some weekly prizes it is still worth having a shot at it!

Mobile App

Offering a mobile experience for users is probably the most important part of launching a brand, given how user habits have changed in recent years.

Mobile betting is the home for the majority of gamblers now, so it is no surprise that All British Casino have a free mobile app that you can download from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.

Having downloaded the app and logged in, there is no mistaking the branding and general appearance, it is clear that All British Casino have made a big effort to get that side of things spot on and consistent across platforms - even if the RAF logo and red phone box could be considered a little reductive of British culture!

All jokes aside, it is instantly recognisable which is immediately reassuring and then once clicking into the sportsbook offering I have everything I need right at my fingertips.

My first issue with the app is the logos along the bar at the bottom of the screen. These are not labelled and for me, I kept clicking on the wrong ones in an attempt to get back to the homepage.

Where I would expect the first button, on the bottom left, to take me back to a home screen, it takes me to my wallet instead and navigating across pages is actually a bit of a nuisance.

We have to scroll a little bit to get to the sportsbook which is about halfway down the home screen and from there, if I’m being picky, there is quite a bit of dead space that means everything is pushed a bit further down the page than it needs to be.

Perhaps I am just being picky, but I would want everything to be right there in my face rather than have to scroll too much or think about what I want to find.

That said, the Bet Mentor feature is really cool and for more casual users, I can see it being a big hit.

Customer Support

Having done a few of these reviews before for different brands, the level of customer support can vary quite a lot so it shouldn’t be taken for granted the level of support that is available.

My first impressions of All British Casino are that actually, they have good support available.

There are three options available, a live chat (for which you have to first submit a message, despite the site saying there should be a Live Chat logo in the bottom corner of the screen, which I don’t get), as well as a standard email support address and a phone number.

A few places don’t include the last option which can be a bit of a frustration for those of us who prefer more of a human touch, so it is encouraging and reassuring that this number is provided with All British Casino.

The promise of 24/7 support is also a bonus, so I can’t really have any issues with the level of support they provide and all in all, it is everything you could ask for.


As already mentioned, there are some issues with deposit methods when it comes to qualifying for the welcome bonus.

While Skrill and Neteller may not be the most common deposit methods, the fact that they are excluded from using with the welcome bonus is something to consider and a minor block in the road.

In total there are five deposit methods:

  • PayPal - minimum amount £10
  • Visa - min £10
  • Trustly - min £25
  • Skrill - min £10
  • Neteller - min £10

There is a bit of confusion over whether they accept Apple Pay as their logo is plastered across sections of the site, but we can only assume these are the only accepted methods of depositing as the screenshot below shows.


As with the deposit methods, there are five main methods of withdrawing cash with a further two available.

There are differing minimum withdrawal levels however, so it is worth having a look:

  • Visa - minimum withdrawal £20
  • PayPal - min £20
  • Bank Transfer 5k - min £5,000
  • Trustly - min £20
  • Bank Transfer - min £20
  • Skrill - min £20
  • Neteller - min £20


My overriding feeling about All British Casino is a fairly obvious one, it is a brand that has an amazing collection of casino games and it is all geared towards being a casino brand, and perhaps the sportsbook isn’t quite up to the same level.

I like the sign-up offer. Yes it has some setbacks but the cashback deal is a good one and would appeal to me as a repeat user, even if there aren’t as many promotions/bonuses available to existing customers.

I think the branding is good and you can clearly see what they are trying to do and who they are appealing to, but it is clear to me that they are a casino-led brand with sportsbook very much taking the backseat.

Will Jackson

Will Jackson

Sports journalist, formerly of PA Media, latterly a PR manager before moving into the content world with the group. Long-suffering Leeds United and Yorkshire fan, 'for my sins'...