Betpal uses cookies to ensure our site is running correctly and that your browsing experience is the best it can be. Here you can read about how we use cookies and other data gathered when you visit Betpal. Please note, Betpal is a sporting comparison affiliate site which offers betting websites for those of or above the legal gambling age. Therefore it is not intended for anyone under 18.

Non-personal Information

Cookies are used by Betpal to collect both statistical as well as analytical data from our visitors. Please note that this information consists of non-personal data that we can’t use to identify an individual. These may include the time zone and/or location you are in or the device and information about how you use our site. We will use Google Analytics and/or Hotjar to analyze the way visitors use and behave on our site and then compile reports about this.

What is a Cookie?

Essentially, a cookie is merely a text file which will collect information from you while you are online. They are used for the purpose of improving your browsing experience by remembering specific interests and saving past preferences of users. cookies will collect non-personal data that relates to your activity on our site. It may include things like your browser, the pages you visited on our site and timings of your visit.

You can choose not to use cookies on our site by changing your browser settings or by clearing cookies. If you disable cookies, however, you may limit your ability to use our site to its full potential. If you click to allow cookies on our site, then you consent to the processing of data as illustrated above. However, we will not ever disclose or resell the information to third parties.

Types of Cookies

Cookie Permission is what you need to accept when accessing our website for the first time and when no existing cookies have been saved. Moreover, the term ‘cookie’ can refer to three types of different cookies that are being used on These are listed and explained below:

Session Cookies – are required for the site to function to properly and are removed after you exit your browser.

Functional Cookies – save your preferences and will be remembered when you return to our site to ensure your best experience.

Analytical Cookies – are made up of non-personal information which monitors website trends and diagnoses technical issues.

We use Google Analytics and if you would like to opt-out, you can do so by clicking here. We also use Hotjar for analytics and you can opt-out here.

Managing your Cookie Settings

Internet browsers will allow you to manage your cookie preferences. As such, you can set choose to refuse or delete certain cookies. Please note that if you select to block cookies, your experience browsing Betpal may be impaired. You can learn how to manage cookies, by visiting this site here.

You can find out more about how to manage your cookie settings with the most popular web browsers. So whether you use Internet ExplorerChrome or Firefox, you can easily block cookies.

Personal Information- Communities may store some personal information linked to our forums if you have signed up to be part of our community and chosen to receive updates. This may include your name, email, address, phone number or other such information which can be used to contact you based on your preferences.

Direct Marketing- Contact Information

Newsletters and promotional contact may be sent you if you have chosen to supply with an email address. If you haven’t given us your email then you won’t, if you have done but no longer want to be part of it you can unsubscribe by clicking the relevant link found on any material sent to you.

Changes to Our Cookie & Privacy Policy

If we update our policy you will find the information on this page. We will remind you that we do not use information for any purpose other than those stated above and we’ll never share cookie or personal information with any third party.

Contact Us

If you would like more information our policy feel free to fill out our contact form to get more details.

This policy was last updated in October 2018.