Pointsbet Sportsbook Review and Promo Code 2019

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PointsBet Review

 

PointsBet Sportsbook is live in New Jersey, offering a unique platform in a crowded market.

PointsBet offers all of the same features as any other leading sportsbook, but it also offers a new PointsBetting system that definitely sets it apart from competitors like FanDuel and DraftKings.

PointsBetting is a unique though potentially risky way to bet on sports. Traditional fixed wagers pay out based on fixed moneylines but PointsBetting takes the margin of victory into account instead. For example, if you bet $20 on the over on a Jets-Patriots game with a line of 45 and the final total is 60, your bet is multiplied by the difference. In this case, instead of winning $20 you would multiple $20 by 15 points, and walk away $300 richer. It also works in reverse. If the final total is 40, instead of losing $20, you would lose $100.

PointsBet currently offers a risk-free bet up to $500 for new users to try out their PointsBetting system, as well as another welcome bonus offering a risk-free bet up to $500 on any fixed wager.

PointsBet Online Casino and Sportsbook

PointsBet is a new online sportsbook that launched in Australia in 2017 and made its way to the United States in 2019 with its first online sportsbook in New Jersey, in partnership with the Meadowlands Racetrack.

Users will quickly notice that PointsBet does not look like other sportsbooks. The platform stars brand ambassadors Darelle Revis, the former NFL All-Pro cornerback, and Allen Iverson, the former NBA legend, who feature prominently throughout the site and its mobile apps, available on both iOS and Android. The site even features a tutorial section called Revis Academy to help you get started.

The site is still new, however, and some features are limited. Deposits and withdrawals, for example, are limited to Visa, Mastercard, or e-check.

There are plenty of sports to bet on, however. PointsBet currently offers wagers on: Baseball,  Basketball, Boxing, Cricket, Cycling, Darts, Football, Golf, MMA/UFC, Motor Racing, Rugby, Soccer, Tennis, and Australian Rules football

Users can find extensive betting options: Moneylines, Point spreads, Point totals , Parlays, Prop bets, Futures, In-play bets, and PointsBetting.

The PointsBetting system is a genuinely unique feature you can’t find at other sportsbooks. PointsBet also boasts a number of exclusive prop bets that aren’t available elsewhere.

Another area that PointsBet really stands out is its wealth of promotional offers. For starters, PointsBet offers a welcome bonus up to $1,000. The site offers a risk-free bet up to $500 for any fixed wager. If you lose your first bet, the site will refund your money up to $500 within 24 hours. Users also get a separate risk-free bet up to $500 on your first PointsBetting wager.

There are numerous other promotions. PointsBet runs a number of seasonal promotions offering reduced vigs (fees), additional winnings for individual touchdowns or home runs, and match bonuses for certain bets.

PointsBet Casino Review

PointsBet is a great option if you want to take your betting experience to the next level. Sure, PointsBet does a great job as a standard sportsbook, covering a large number of sports and featuring extensive pre-game betting options. But its PointsBetting system and its live in-game betting set is apart from the crowded field of New Jersey sportsbooks.

Along with one of the most intriguing betting systems in New Jersey and a generous welcome bonus, PointsBet offers players a loyalty program that awards free bets based on how many wagers you place. Users who place 25 bets get a $100 bonus bet, users who place 50 bets get a $200 bonus bet, and users who place 100 bets get a $500 bonus bet.