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Use the Neds Toolbox to get the best value.
Reasons to join Neds
- 100% Australian owned
- MAXCODE Referral Code
- Neds Toolbox
- Could have more live streamed events
From the team behind Ladbrokes, Neds plans to offer a wide range of odds and markets across racing and sports as well as exclusive bonuses, enhanced odds and a dedicated multi builder.
Neds is the newest online bookmaker in Australia and the brand has been launched for punters wanting to explore “a world of personalised play, thrilling sports, the best horse racing from around the globe and all our innovative products”.
Among those innovative product are the Bet Boost, in which you will get added value on your bets and the multi builder which makes placing your multibets incredibly quick and easy.
The Neds Punters Toolbox is a must-have for serious racing fans wanting to have a punting edge – whether you’re a risk taker or a safe player. The Toolbox features four unique products that can each be used twice daily: Fluc Up, Back Up, Jump Off and Price Boost.
To use the Neds Punters Toolbox, sign up for an account and download the Neds app.
The Neds Punters Toolbox helps you to win more, protect your bets and squeeze the most out of your stake.
Increase the odds on a runner of your choosing, after you have placed your bet!
PLACE YOUR FIXED WIN BET, YOU HAVE 5 MINUTES TO FLUC UP YOUR ODDS
After backing your runner, navigate to your pending bets. You will have 5 minutes to Fluc Up your potential windfall.
LOCK IN HIGHER ODDS
Expand the Fluc Up module on your eligible racing bet and the inflated price will be displayed. Click the Fluc Up button once more to confirm.
SEE YOUR FLUC’D UP ODDS
Your Fluc Up is now confirmed and your increased odds will be visible in your pending bets.
EXAMPLES OF FLUC UP
You back a horse at $2, it drifts to $2.10 then to $2.20 you hit Fluc Up (within the 5 minutes since you placed your bet) and you get the next Fluc from when you placed your bet of $2.
You back a horse at $2 it drifts to $2.1 then comes into $1.90 then to $1.80 you hit Fluc Up (within 5 minutes of when you placed your bet) and you get $2.1.
You back a horse at $2 it comes into $1.9 then to $2.00 then to $2.1 you hit Fluc Up and get the $2.1 (within the 5 minutes of placing the original bet) it flucs up to the fluc above the original odd
Neds’ very own second-chance product that returns your stake if your Backup wins and your original bet places second.
PLACE YOUR FIXED WIN BET WITH QUICK SLIP OR BET SLIP
Select the runner that you would like to back and enter your stake into the bet slip, as per usual.
SELECT YOUR BACKUP RUNNER
Click the ‘Backup’ button located towards the top of your bet slip and select the runner that you would like as your Backup.
BACKUP SELECTED, BET READY TO BE PLACED WITH A SECOND CHANCE
With your Backup runner selected, it’s now time to confirm your bet. Click the Place Bet button at the bottom of your bet slip.
KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR BACKUP BET IN PENDING BETS AND BET STATEMENT
Your Backup runner will appear in blue below your first selection, in your list of pending bets and your bet statement.
With Jump Off, you can cancel your Single and Fixed Win bet on any eligible Australian Thoroughbred races after the race has jumped!
NAVIGATE TO RACE FIELD, EXPAND ‘MY BETS THIS RACE’
If you’ve placed a bet on an eligible race, the ‘Jump Off’ Icon will appear above the main field in the ‘My Bets This Race’ module. Click ‘My Bets This Race’ to view the bets you can Jump Off.
ONCE YOUR RACE BEGINS, THE JUMP OFF TIMER STARTS
As soon as your chosen race has started, the timer will begin and the ‘Jump Off’ button will appear below each eligible bet that you have placed.
IT’S TIME TO JUMP OFF
Click the Jump Off button designated to the eligible bet of your choice. Select ‘Confirm’ to and you have successfully Jumped Off.
YOU JUMPED OFF, BET STAKE RETURNED
You have jumped off your bet and your full stake will be returned as soon as the race result is settled.
Markets and Odds
Neds offers the chance to bet on thousands of markets across the staple horse, harness racing and greyhound racing that Australians simply love to punt on. They also have a wide array of sports betting markets including AFL, NRL, Rugby, Soccer, Tennis and more.
The Neds app is one of the best out there. Available for iPhone, iPad, Android devices, the app allows you to access and bet on thousands of markets quickly and easily from your phone or table. You can deposit, withdraw, place and check your bets on the go and will also gain access to exclusive bonus and offers across racing and sports. You can also cash out of bets.
If you don’t want to use the app, the mobile dedicated Neds site is also incredibly easy to use and well worth exploring if you’re placing bets on the go.
Promotions and Specials
Neds offer promotions every day and you can see what is currently available via this link.
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- Loyalty program: No, but you can still bet
- Live Streaming: No, but you can still bet
- Currencies: Australian Dollars
- Languages: English
- Pros: 100% Australian owned , MAXCODE Referral Code , Neds Toolbox
- Cons: Could have more live streamed events
- Free Bet Table Benefits: 100% Australian , MAXCODE Referral Code , Neds Toolbox
- Exclusive Code: Yes, there's a Referral Code
- Money-back specials: Yes, Excellent racing promotions
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