How to Check the BetKing Coupon 

BetKing entered the Nigerian betting market in 2018, and since then, it has grown to become a popular betting site in the country. The site’s popularity is fueled by the variety of sports options provided, competitive odds, and most importantly, attractive promotions. The site has a friendly user interface that enhances your betting activities and winning. 

To bet and win, you have to fill in a coupon, based on the games of your choice. In addition, the coupon will be retained as it contains the list of selections and matches you identified for your bet. Remember, the coupon may contain a single or accumulator bet. The coupon is assigned a code for easier identification of your bets. The coupon code is the unique 18-digit ID you are assigned after placing a bet. The code is used to specifically identify your bet. This guide will therefore take you through the basics of checking your coupon code. 

The BetKing User Interface

Before understanding how to check your coupon code, it is essential to familiarize yourself with the site’s user interface. BetKing has an app for Android therefore, Android users are at an advantage of accessing the website using the app. You can also decide to use the old mobile check coupon option. The home page has a menu where you can navigate to the “Verify Coupon” area to proceed with your checking. After placing the bets by selecting games from the sports section, you will be free to keep checking and confirming the coupon status. 

How to check the BetKing coupon

To check your bet status, you can either use a mobile phone or a computer. The following procedure will guide you through the entire process: 

  • Visit BetKing’s website at https://m.betking.com 
  • Go to the right-hand side of the pane on the home page.
  • Enter the bet ID of the coupon you want to check in the “Verify Coupon” section and click on “Search”. 
  • Your coupon details will show after you click the “Search” button. You will be able to access the frame showing the status of your bet. 
  • When the status of your slip appears, you will be able to know the status of your bet, whether you won or lost. Furthermore, you will be able to know whether there are running bets or whether all the matches are complete. 
  • When a green box is displayed, it means that you have a winning ticket, whereas when a red box appears on your ticket, it shows that you lost the bet. 

Remember, you can only check your coupon after you have placed your bets and your bets are running. When you use your mobile phone to access BetKing, you will realize that the interfaces are similar to the ones on your PC. 

Initially, you were limited to logging in to your account to access your betting coupon, however, today, you can click on the “Remember this setting” option on your browser to always access your account, and eventually your coupon, with ease. 

BetKing old mobile check coupon 

There are similarities between the old and new ways of checking your coupon on BetKing. Initially, you had to visit the site and the available options were “Mobile+” and “Mobile lite” versions. 

The old options are still available, and should you opt for the older versions, the following guide will direct you:

  • Choose any of the mobile versions to log into your account.
  • You will be redirected to a BetKing page that resembles the old one.
  • Identify the “Coupon check” option and click on it. 
  • Automatically, you will be directed to another page with the option “Enter Coupon Code” that resembles the one on the desktop version. 
  • In the form provided, key in the coupon code or bet ID.
  • Consequently, the site will generate your ticket, displaying the status of your bet where you will determine whether you won or lost. 

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James is responsible for the Nigerian market on BettingGuide. He has a keen interest in sports betting and Gambling laws in particular. James is a Lawyer practising in East Africa, loves writing, and has a Law Degree from Makerere University, Uganda and a Post Graduate Diploma from the Kenya School of Law, Kenya.

Last updated: 11/24/2022