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Last Updated: Jun 2017

Our Rating: "A" (90%)

  • Wide variety of promotions
  • Easy Depositing
  • Good deposit bonuses

In order be Michael Jordan or Tom Brady, you need to be blessed with incredible talent and work ethic. However, for most elite athletes, they have either the natural gift, or an incredible desire and competitive edge. Since no website is born with the tools to be better than another, you score a lot of points for effort. BetOnline works hard. They constantly improve bonuses, promotions, and infrastructure so that clients get a great product. It is nice to know that while you spend time handicapping and betting, your sportsbook is also working to improve performance.

Sportsbook Bonuses and Promos  

You can find 100-percent bonuses elsewhere, but generally the cap on those promotions are small. At BetOnline a 50-percent welcome bonus up to a whopping $2,500 is available. Use promo code: MTS2500 on your first deposit. Note that this comes with a reload requirement of 10X.

A lot of books stop at sign-up bonuses with small re-load offerings, not BetOnline. They have free plays, offers for trying live betting and mobile wagering, refer-a-friend perks, and there are a whole suite of other options if you are into casino gaming.

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If you are going to be a company that is known for effort, customer service has to be on point. BetOnline has all day support available via phone, and separate email addresses for poker, casino, skill game, and general questions. They are helpful and quick to respond. You can connect with them via social media too. In fact, their Sportsbook Manager Dave Mason, @davemasonbol, is a great twitter follow for those interested in how bets are coming in and why lines are moving.

Sportsbook Features  

The BetOnline sportsbook is good or very good for most everything, and exceptional when it comes to baseball. Their longstanding dime lines on baseball up to -199 is the best offerings at any sportsbook on the web. Simply put, every day you pay less juice for baseball, and it is the sport that has the longest season. If you have even a passing interest in the Boys of Summer, you should have an account at the site just to play baseball. In terms of everything else, they’ve always done a nice job covering a large spectrum of events. They’ll take a less than marquee horse race on a given day, and give you match-up odds on which of two horses will finish ahead of the other. They also have a good selection of future options on a variety of sports and have been known to update season over/unders throughout the year.

Additional Features  

They have a racebook, like many sites do, but seem to take more care in it than others. Their racing blog is updated frequently and keeps novice fans interested and up-to-date on what is coming up with the ponies. Their horse matchup bets are something very few sites feature outside of marque races. The lowest amount you can bet on races is $1, which is a bummer for those playing complicated Pick 5 and Pick 6 tickets. It also puts into play their winning caps on super exotic bets. The poker room is modern, available for MAC or PC users, and includes a lot of different promotions. There are not a huge number of different slots at the casino, but the selection is good, and live table games are a very nice feature.

Mobile Betting  

The best part of the BetOnline mobile platform is their separate section and reasonable odds for live betting. Aside from that, it is satisfactory. The mobile client doesn’t blow you away, but it gets the job done. Another big positive for BetOnline is their dime lines for baseball. While you study the NFL all week, and probably can sit down at a computer at some point and get your action in, since baseball is everyday, it is a big benefit to be able to quickly jump on the phone, and get your cash down. The racebook, another place that it is excellent to be able to quickly get money down, is above average, and easy to use. The casino is fine, but loads slower than some other sites.


Nobody offers more ways to start than BetOnline. While $50 minimum deposits are in place for most options, you can start with $10 using Skrill or Neteller, and $20 if you opt for Bitcoin. They take more credit cards, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover, than anybody. However you want to deposit, the option seems present.


The Achilles heel of BetOnline for years has been payouts. They are reliable, and quick depending on method, but they still do not offer any fee free service. This is a real pet peeve, for a site that does an awful lot right, why do customers need to be dinged at least $20 in order get their cash?


There is something to be said for hard work. BetOnline has always been fun and had dime lines for baseball, enough to justify an account with them. Recently they have expanded betting options, brought a slew of good promotions, and upped their bonuses. Besides fees for payouts, they are among the best in the business and a great option for fans.