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There are some excellent sportsbooks on the market today that I would never recommend to you as a Norwegian sports bettor simply because they fail to offer Norwegian Krone betting accounts. While these services might otherwise be a great place to bet, currency acceptance is such an important issue to highlight and there are several top quality sites that do offer you direct NOK wagering.
Why is this such and important issue? Quite simply, it saves you a lot of money on currency exchange fees. Otherwise you’d need to exchange your funds through your banking method of choice or potentially the sportsbook itself every time you deposit or withdraw funds from your betting account. With every transaction, you would lose approximately three to five per cent of the value of the amount transferred.
Unfortunately, you won’t see exactly how much you pay in fees. You will see your
exchange rate. However, your rate has been marked up from the day’s best rate used
by the exchange house. Currency exchange is actually one of the ways that many sportsbooks
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Assume that you have begun betting online and you have made your first deposit, but have chosen a sportsbook that does NOT offer NOK accounts. You consider yourself a fairly active bettor making several bets every week, so you deposited 10,000 Kronor. Since the site you chose does not accept the Krone directly, you’ll actually need to purchase a balance in a supported currency. The most popular currencies include the Euro, Pound and US Dollar.
Let’s assume your chosen sportsbook currency balance is the Euro. The day’s best rate will be a long number that will look similar to 1.00 NOK = 0.120213 EUR. So if you were actually trading in large amounts on the World market, your 10,000 Kronor would be worth 1,202.13 Euros. However, the rate you will be given will essentially be a retail exchange rate that will build in a fee anywhere from 2.5% to 5% of the transacted amount.
So in this example, if the exchange-
The online sportsbooks listed above all value the Norwegian betting market sufficiently to offer Norwegian Krone accounts and support complementary banking methods that also deal in the Krone, ensuring that you may enjoy your money as you see fit and not lose nearly as much through exchange fees. If you would prefer to play with a website with a Norwegian Language betting interface from your desktop or mobile, three of the four listed sites offer this as an option.
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BetHard is somewhat unique in that they aim to offer very high odds and offer a welcome bonus. Most sites choose to try and offer one or the other. Norway is one of a few key markets for BetHard, so you’ll find Norwegian language version and friendly banking methods Read the BetHard Norway review
Unibet, headquartered in Stockholm, provides some amazing coverage of sports betting, especially with their coverage of niche sports like ice hockey. If you like a breadth of sports, Unibet must be considered heavily. Read the Unibet Norway review.