Quick Code

Use Quick Code for your In-Play bets
Quick Code is a simpler way to place your In-Play single and multi bets on the phone.
You can bet as the action unfolds and take advantage of an extensive range of In-Play markets by using our Quick Code functionality.
How to use Quick Code
Mobile
For the easiest way to use our Quick Code In-Play service, please ensure that the latest version of the bet365 App is installed on your iOS or Android device.
Click on the odds for the In-Play sports bets of your choice, a reference code will then be generated and display alongside each In-Play selection. Once you have made your selection(s), select the ‘Call’ button and a call to our Telebet team will then commence.
Please note that if you are using a mobile browser you may be prompted to call our Telebet team manually on 1800 365 365.
During the call your identity will be authenticated and you will be asked to provide the reference code of your In-Play selection together with your stake. For multi bets, any pre-match selections will be confirmed by the advisor and you will be required to provide the reference codes of all In-Play selections along with the stake and bet type required. Your bets will then be processed and confirmed by the advisor.
Desktop
You can also use Quick Code to place your In-Play bets while using your desktop. If you have a microphone installed, simply follow the procedure outlined above for mobile to obtain a reference code for each selection and begin a call with our Telebet team.
If you do not have a microphone installed on your desktop then you can call our Telebet team on 1800 365 365.
During the call your identity will be authenticated and you will be asked to provide the reference code of your In-Play selection together with your stake. For multi bets, any pre-match selections will be confirmed by the advisor and you will be required to provide the reference codes of all In-Play selections along with the stake and bet type required. Your bets will then be processed and confirmed by the advisor.