Sportsbook Bonus

Bubbles

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How can you tell that a sportsbook welcome bonus is a good offer?

Are there any steps that you need to consider? Football season is only a few months from now and for sure a lot of sportsbooks will offer new bonuses and I want to be ready.

Any recommendations?
 

BMR Genie

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Hi Bubbles, you can look for things like the rollover requirements for each bonus. Think of this as how many times you have to play-through the cash before you can ask for a payout. The lower the number, better generally. That is what I would say, but other members may have other things they look for.

You can also always check out and search for good deals of bonuses from top listed sportsbooks here - https://www.bookmakersreview.com/bonuses/
 

Oddsmaker

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Any bonus is good never forget this

Now the best are 50 to 100 percent max 10x roll
 

BMR_Brad

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Welcome bonuses are almost always great value. As smart bookmakers do not want to muck around new customers.

But always go out of your way to find and read every term is my best advice. Saves a lot of potential frustration.
 

Oddsmaker

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A lot of books now are making small limits on lucrative bonuses because they don’t want you going all in they know the more bets you make they’re going to win
 

Wagerallsports

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Always take a bonus if you plan to wager a sport from beginning of season to the end.
 

Oddsmaker

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Rollovers go quicker than you think if you bet on a daily basis tell me the whole key is just trying to stay around even until roll over is met
 

Oddsmaker

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I go back and forth on bonuses

if maybe 8x roll ok

other than that just refuse it

how many times do players run up bonuses and cannot get to rollover and lose it
 

BMR_Brad

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I'll take almost any bonus offered. But I am one of those bettors who tends to go up and down and end up near even a lot of the time. So don't usually care how long it takes. I think bonuses might be the main reason I haven't lost too much a lot of years too.
 
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