BetOnline Review

BetOnline.com is a popular sportsbook geared towards recreational players and big hitters alike. This book has an amazing variety of promotions and bonuses, giving players value in all sorts of ways. Your account also enables you to play for fun or money in its poker room, casino, and race book.

BetOnline has one of the best player loyalty programs of any sportsbook. The more you bet, the more loyalty points you accumulate. The loyalty program has a five-level play-based system that makes you a winner every time you bet online! Loyalty points can be redeemed for free-plays and other prizes.

BetOnline has a ton of special bonuses for its player. They guarantee that they offer the best bonus, and they will meet or beat any bonus offered by a book rated “B” or higher at Sportsbookreview.com. Even if you aren’t a bonus shopper, BetOnline offers a 45% freeplay on every deposit. If you deposit by Moneybookers, you can get a 100% bonus on a $100 deposit! BetOnline also guarantees that they have the best parlay odds. If you find better parlay odds from any book rated “B” or higher at Sportsbookreview.com, they will match the odds!

BetOnline will soon offer “Fab Five 5% Fridays”, giving you five hours of reduced juice on College and Pro football every Friday afternoon, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Bet early, and you only lay -105! BetOnline offers two other ways to run damage control on a bad bet. You can take a Mulligan one time, and cancel a losing NFL bet (up to $250) up to 24 hours after the game is completed. Similarly, you can use our “Halftime Surrender” option. If you are losing a bet badly at halftime, you can give it up and get half your wager back! (Terms apply).

  • Date Established: 1991
  • Location: Panama

  • Software: Internally Designed

  • Country Restrictions: No Eastern European Countries

  • Hours of Operation: 24 Hours, 7 Days a week (both telephone and internet)

  • Languages: English

  • Minimum Bet: $1 online, $25 by phone
  • Maximum Bet : Up to $5,000
  • Limit collars: Professional players will eventually have their accounts closed