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SportsBetting Sportsbook Review
November 15, 2013
Can play at the poker room, casino, and racebook, as well as at the Sportsbook. Tons of types of wagers and many sports to be on.
Have to activate bonuses. Does not have as many deposit methods as other sportsbooks.
SportsBetting.com is one of the more popular sportsbooks online today and they are all about simplicity, as it could not be easier to sign up and start to wager. It was nice how quick it is to open an account, as all you have to do is fill out a small form. The betting interface is also very smooth and easy to follow. I have the itch to play poker every once in a while and with opening an account at SportsBook.com you can play at the poker room, casino, and racebook, as well as at the Sportsbook. SportsBetting.com has tons of types of wagers and many sports to be on. I liked the free contests on the site, as even if I do not win it did not cost me any green to join. The Betting Trends for all the major sports is nice, as I could keep up to date on all the action that is currently going on and what the public is betting. The Swimsuits link on the site gives you a little getaway allowing you to check out some hot swimsuit models. If you want even more sports info then SportsBetting.com has you covered with their blog and free newsletter that members can receive. Once you become a member you also can download the free live desktop scoreboard that keeps you up to date on live action. They are a great online sportsbook for beginners with their Betting Guides for many sports and other Betting News and Tips. The bonuses are attractive, but what is not attractive is what you have to do to activate the bonus. For example, In order to withdraw your Signup Bonus, you must wager an amount equal to three times your initial deposit plus sign-up bonus in the sportsbook. Basically, if you deposit $100 and receive a $25 Signup Bonus, you must wager at least $375 before you make a withdrawal. However, they do have a free 10% free money deposit match on your first deposit that you will see right away. SportsBetting.com does not have as many deposit methods as other sportsbooks, as you can deposit using only Visa, MasterCard, money transfer, or over the phone. You can only get withdrawals through cashier’s check and wire transfer and the minimum withdrawal with a cashier’s check is $100 and with a wire transfer the minimum withdrawal is $200.
November 15, 2013
Simple to open an account and wager
Have to wager a lot before getting the bonuses. Do not offer many deposit options and the withdrawal minimums are pretty high.
It is all about simplicity at SportsBetting.com, as it is so simple to open an account and wager. The betting interface is smooth and they offer all the bet types you could ever want on, pretty much, any sport that is happening around the world. The 10% sign up bonus is nice, but beware of the 25% sign up bonus and the reload bonus, as you have to wager a lot before getting the bonus. They also do not offer many deposit options and the withdrawal minimums are pretty high.
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