SportsBetting.com Colorado Promo Code, Bonus & Review
Carousel Group is a new player in the regulated US sports betting market. Its flagship product, SportsBetting.com, has begun operations in Colorado through a partnership agreement with Johnny Nolan’s Casino. This burgeoning betting provider has spent years creating and polishing a suite of betting apps for release in the United States. Offering a solid selection of available betting markets and elite pricing that trends better than its competitors, the team behind SportsBetting.com has created a product that brings its users true value and excitement.
While there may be some growing pains, the minor issues we ran across don’t really detract from the overall user experience, although we are hoping to see a bit more stability from the site in the future. For now, SportsBetting.com users have access to a good selection of domestic and international leagues, a straightforward welcome promotion, and a functional, usable interface on both desktop and mobile devices.
SportsBetting.com Bonus Offer – February 2021
Through our partnership with SportsBetting.com, we can offer new users that register through COBets a $1,000 risk-free week of betting. To claim it, simply click through one of the links found on this page or in the table below.
SportsBetting.com CO Bonus
|SportsBetting.com CO Promo Code||Just click this link|
|New Player Bonus||$1000 Risk-Free Week of Betting|
|Code Valid||February 2021|
|Colorado Partner||Johnny Nolan's Casino|
How the bonus works
This “risk-free” week of bets up to $1,000 is surprisingly easy to net with few wagering requirement hooks to worry about– simply sign up with the service, deposit some funds, and make bets. All single bets are eligible, though parlays and multi-part bets won’t apply.
At the end of the week if you are down money, SB.com will refund you, up to $1,000, for your net losses. Therefore if you won $700 in bets, but lost $1,200 in bets for a net $500 loss, the sportsbook would then credit you with $500 in free bet credits.
Any due bet credits, up to a total of $1,000, will be sent over within 72 hours of the conclusion of your week. Once you have the free credits, use them. There’s a one week window to put them in play or they’ll disappear. Notably, any free bet credits will only pay out the winnings. The original (free) stake is not included. Once you’ve wagered the credits once, the cash is yours to keep.
What’s great about SportsBetting.com Sportsbook?
- Very competitive pricing: on average, the pricing for bets on SportsBetting.com is better than its competitors, which often leads to slightly higher payouts for users.
- The quick bet function is a novel touch, making it a little easier to place small wagers on mobile.
- A modern-feeling interface with just the right amount of data, allowing bettors to be well-informed without feeling overwhelmed.
What’s not so great?
- The betslip can be a bit slow, taking a few seconds to recognize that two straight bets can combine into parlays. There isn’t a way to remove a bet directly from the slip– instead, you’ll have to backtrack to find your highlighted line and deselect it from there. Adding a simple “x” above each wager on the slip to remove a wager would remedy this issue.
- This new service has a strong showing for being so green, but minor issues with the mobile site like delays and graphics glitches should be addressed.
The aforementioned welcome bonus for new players is not the only promotion that will grace the website — SportsBetting.com often makes other offers available to give bettors extra value. These can include:
- Refunded stake bets are listed throughout the year, and often tie to specific events like first touchdown or knockouts— this is often referred to as bet insurance.
- SportsBetting.com has already unveiled deposit match bonuses, though they may only be available for a limited time. If you see one, grab it while you can.
- Odds boosts are also common with online sportsbooks and we expect them to be a regular part of the site lineup.
- Unique prop-related promos are also on offer. For example, a promotion might offer $100 in site credit if you place a wager on a specific market, and say, a basketball player records a triple double.
Currently, SportsBetting.com doesn’t offer any kind of loyalty program. There are several physical locations in Colorado offering sports betting, and we tend to see loyalty programs pop up in participation with a brick-and-mortar sportsbook or casino. However, there are also online loyalty programs offering cashback rewards and other promotions based on how much you spend. If SportsBetting.com decides to implement such a loyalty program, we’ll keep you up-to-date.
SportsBetting.com Software Platforms
In each available incarnation of the SportsBetting.com service, users will have access to the full feature set of the platform including live bets, a help section, news, and more, making this truly a one-stop visit for fans of sports and sports betting. Currently, the SportsBetting.com service is only available through web browsers and via an iOS app, with an Android app expected in the near future. The absence of an Android platform is not a huge issue, though, because the SportsBetting.com mobile site functions really well on its own.
Whether you’re betting on mobile or using the desktop version of the SportsBetting.com platform, you will need to verify your identity and location with the service. This will require users to share part of their SSN (the last 4 digits) and their location. The latter is done via location services on mobile or via a plugin that you must download and enable whenever using the desktop version of the site.
SportsBetting.com looks good on desktop, with a well-organized interface that doesn’t feel too busy. Your betslip docks to the right side of the screen and populates as you click through lines, automatically recognizing legs for a parlay or other kinds of multiple bets. The login button is at the top right, and the left navbar drops down to give you an in-depth list of available sports, promotions, and boosts.
At the moment, the SportsBetting.com platform tends to function a bit better on desktop than on mobile. The betslip is more responsive and the lines update just a bit quicker on desktop, but these minor issues are likely to resolve as the operator works out the kinks. Overall, though, the desktop version of the SportsBetting.com service is a fine way to place bets.
SportsBetting.com Mobile App
The SportsBetting.com mobile app is available for iOS users, but Android bettors will unfortunately have to wait. To download for iOS, simply visit the App Store and search for “SportsBetting.com Colorado”. You can also find a link to download the app on the SportsBetting.com website.
At the moment, the Android version of the SportsBetting.com app for Colorado is in development. When it does become available, you will need to download the APK to your device and follow the instructions provided– you’ll have to “enable installations from unknown sources” for this installation. Until then, Android users can use the SportsBetting.com service without downloading any apps, simply by signing up and using the operator’s browser version.
On mobile, the SportsBetting.com platform is relatively functional, with a few small delays in betslip updates and the occasional glitchy screen. Besides these superficial concerns, the mobile platform works well. Your betslip pops up whenever you select a bet, dynamically updating just as it would on a desktop browser (but optimized for a mobile screen). Live betting, the news section, and complex bet types are all similarly available on the desktop and mobile versions of the site. Live betting, is particularly suited for mobile betting: just have your phone with you. Whether you’re on the couch or at your favorite sports bar, its easy to follow the action and place bets as a game progresses.
Banking at SportsBetting.com Sportsbook
To be frank, SportsBetting.com has a pretty small offering of banking options at the moment. We’ll cut them some slack because they are a relatively new operator, but the listed payment options at the bottom of the homepage don’t necessarily reflect what is available on the site. For instance, Plaid/Mazooma is not yet available to use though it’s listed within the footer. If you take a look at the cashier, you’ll note that the options are actually as follows:
- Bank transfer (ACH)
Luckily, Skrill does give users several payment options in itself. For deposits, through Skrill you’ll also have the ability to use credit or debit cards. For withdrawals, Skrill includes Neteller, Visa, Mastercard in addition to bank transfers. We’re hoping that the Sportsbetting.com service is able to add a bit more variety in banking options as they grow. As always, check the terms and conditions and look on your financial institution’s website to see if they’ll accept transfers to/from online wagering services.
We are also hopeful that in-person payments (deposits and withdrawals) will eventually be offered at Johnny Nolan’s Casino in Cripple Creek, CO.
Betting Lines at SportsBetting.com Online
Looking at pricing, it seems like SportsBetting.com is trying to edge out the competition with premium odds. Your standard spreads and totals average out at -110 with most online sportsbooks, but there’s a trend for Sportsbetting.com to offer as low as -105. This isn’t a hard and fast rule, but it’s something noticeable when scanning SportsBetting.com versus competitors.
SportsBetting.com also offers low vig. Sometimes we’ll see a sub-three-percent figure, which is a lower take than other comparable books when taking a look at the odds for a standard moneyline bet. Looking at in-play bets and prop bets, the vig runs a bit higher, around six to seven percent.
For the beginner, the vig (also known as the “vigorish” or the “juice“) is essentially the amount that the bookmaker will take off the top of the total stake to pay their bills. Generally, the vig will be adjusted by a bookmaker so that it evens out the house’s risk.
Key Markets Available
The Sportsbetting.com service has a pretty well-rounded selection of available markets, including some niche items with a large betting market internationally. The markets available on Sportsbetting.com include:
- NFL / NCAA Football
- NBA / NCAA Basketball
- Soccer, including many international leagues
- Rugby League / Union
Fans of international sports will enjoy the presence of cricket, darts, snooker, and a few others with worldwide popularity. The hometown favorites are still there though, with bets on all major US collegiate and professional leagues hosted on the sportsbook.
Game selection & bet types
Users on SportsBetting.com will have access to myriad bet types, everything you’d expect from an online sportsbook. These include:
- Singles or moneyline bets, which are straightforward bets on who will win.
- Totals, wherein users bet on the total number of points earned by both teams. Also referred to as “over/under”.
- Spread bets, where users bet on the point difference between winner and loser.
- Parlays and other multis, where users bet on more than one match, either in the same sport or different markets. These types of bets are a bit more complicated, and are probably best reserved for the more experienced sports bettor.
- Prop bets where users bet on events that may or may not affect the outcome of the game. They can range from “player to score next goal” to “color of Gatorade dumped on coach”.
- Live Betting where you wager on a game that’s already underway. Will the next batter reach base? Will the next pitch be a strike?
The only types of bets unavailable to users in Colorado will be prop bets on college athletics, which are prohibited by Colorado state law.
Live or in-play betting is a favorite feature on modern sportsbooks. Essentially, in-play betting is as it sounds– placing bets on events, live, during the match. These wagers can be quick and may even have nothing to do with the outcome of the match (i.e., prop bets). With this degree of flexibility they’re a perfect fit for mobile betting.
SportsBetting.com has a decent selection of live, in-play bets for select markets, and we’re hoping to see more matches added as the service expands within the Colorado market. Live, in-play betting is perhaps best suited for unlimited data connections or stable WiFi, as you want to be able to place your bets in as close to real-time as possible.
Cash Out Feature
SportsBetting.com has a handy “Cash Out” option, which can be found on a few competing sites as well. Essentially, much like you’d be able to at a poker table users can cash out at any time, even before the match is complete to either reduce their losses or “quit while they are ahead”, so to speak. Instead of being committed to the end result of a match, if you sense your team is losing or the momentum is shifting, you can cash out based on current odds.
SportsBetting.com has a decent set of customer support options. First off, the FAQ– this section is always a good addition to an online sportsbook. It conveys and displays information to new and existing bettors and can have a real effect on the overall experience. The FAQ section for SportsBetting.com does a good job of detailing common user concerns in a tidy, searchable section with categories and entries for each.
It’s always nice to see the addition of a Glossary and articles on how to bet, both of which are present on the SportsBetting.com FAQ by searching or sifting through the categories. At times, it seems like information is spread out across numerous help base articles and can take a bit of piecing together, but on the whole the Help/FAQ section is a great place for new bettors to educate themselves and for existing users to get a bit more insight into their concerns.
If the question is a bit more complex or you need actual account maintenance from a representative, there are additional options available. Of note, SportsBetting.com features a 24/7 Live Chat function, giving users the ability to get specific, direct help for questions about account management and more. Of course, if you have a more detailed concern or need to make changes to your account, you will want to get in touch with the support team by email or phone, both of which are available.
More about SportsBetting.com
SportsBetting.com is new on the scene, but is already making progress in the crowded Colorado market. Carousel Group, parent company of the brand, already has the stage set to open RaceBook.com, the horse betting arm of Carousel’s suite of apps and websites. It’s not yet released in any US states, but will be soon.
In addition to Colorado, SportsBetting.com has its eyes set on the legal sports betting market in other states including New Jersey, Iowa, and Indiana.
- SportsBetting.com Bonus Offer – February 2021
- What’s great about SportsBetting.com Sportsbook?
- SportsBetting.com Promotions
- Loyalty Program
- SportsBetting.com Software Platforms
- SportsBetting.com Mobile App
- Banking at SportsBetting.com Sportsbook
- Betting Lines at SportsBetting.com Online
- Key Markets Available
- Game selection & bet types
- Customer Support
- More about SportsBetting.com