JustBet Review

JustBet Sportsbook Review

 

JustBet Bonus Betting Offer:

One good thing about JustBet is their bonus program, which isn’t the best in the business but it does present some choices.

You can start with a big 45% free play bonus, which is a big amount but keep in mind that that is a free play bonus and not a cash bonus. The other downside to it is that an eight-time rollover is attached, which is significantly higher than the industry standard for rollovers.

If you don’t want the big free play, you do have the option to get 10% cash back twice a year (at two set dates). The bettor’s insurance a good, fairly unique feature but keep in mind that you have to bet at least 40 of the 52 weeks out of the year to qualify.

Lastly, on re-ups you get a 15% free play deposit with a four-time rollover attached.

Deposit Options

JustBet offers a few different deposit options, most of which are through services that you will likely be familiar with. The overriding deposit minimum is $100, regardless of your chosen funding method.

The listed deposit options on JustBet are credit/debit cards, Neteller, Click2Pay, EcoCard, entropay, person to person transaction, and bank wire/bank draft. credit and debit cards, EcoCards, and entropay only allow you to deposit a maximum of $1,000, while bank wires/drafts have no listed maximum deposit amount. Person to person transactions have maximums ranging from $1,500 to $2,000 depending on your geographic location while Neteller’s maximum deposit ceiling is $8,000.

When it comes to depositing on JustBet, you are really spoiled for choice.

Withdrawal Options

As far as withdrawals are concerned, JustBet’s offering is almost as large as their list of deposit methods is.

Much like it is with deposits, JustBet requires that cash outs be no smaller than $100. Neteller payouts have no maximum dollar amount while EcoCards, Click2Pay, and person to person transactions have cash outs capped at a maximum of $1,000. The last option is bank draft (more or less a fancy name for a check) which has a maximum payout ceiling of $2,500.

It is important to be aware that simply because you deposited via an approved method does not mean you are also able to be paid through that same service. For example, you can make a JustBet deposit with a credit card, though cards are not an option when it comes to withdrawing funds.

 

About Kate Potter

Kate Potter is a professional sports better and a semi-pro fantasy football player.