PointsBet Promo Code and Review

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PointsBet’s mobile sportsbook launched in New Jersey in January and has quickly become one of the leaders for NJ bettors. It’s simple, no-nonsense interface, along with an excellent signup bonus and wide variety of unique betting options makes it one of our favorite NJ sports betting sites. Keep reading for our exclusive PointsBet promo code and review.

PointsBet promo code

SportsbookPromo codeBonusExpiration date
PointsBetBROADLINES$1,000 IN RISK FREE BETS TBD

We have been given an exclusive promo code for PointsBet. You can get a two risk-free bets up to $1,000 when you use promo code BROADLINES .

two risk-free bets up to $1,000

This comes after you deposit and is credited to your account after you place the qualifying bets. One is a $500 risk free bet on traditional point spread bets, and the other is a $500 risk free bet on their “points betting” option, which allows you to win (or lose) a multiple of your wager. It’s a very fun and unique betting experience, and worth trying out with the free bet. Keep in mind, these free bets will be credited to your account after you lose the qualifying bet.

This offer is exclusive to Crossing Broad and can be accessed be entering promo code BROADLINES which should be auto populated when you register.

 

Is a promo code required?

Yes. To receive PointsBet’s best available signup bonus for new users, you must use a promo code. You do not need one to access PointsBet’s other promotions.

 

PointsBet Review

 

Current promos

NBA Playoffs Headline Offer

Place a MoneyLine Bet and if your team leads after 3 Quarters, You get Paid out INSTANTLY. First $100 Staked.

 

NHL Playoffs Headline Offer

Lead by 2 GOALS, YOU WIN. Pre-Match Moneyline Bets Only. 1st $200 Staked. 1st Bet Only.

 

Phillies (Bryce Harper)

Place a Min $25 MoneyLine Bet on the Phillies and Get $25 extra in Bonus Bets for each Home Run that Bryce Harper hits.

 

Mets (Pete Alonso)

Place a Min $25 MoneyLine Bet on the Mets and Get $25 extra in Bonus Bets for each Home Run that Pete Alonso hits.

 

Yankees (Gary Sanchez)

Place a Min $25 MoneyLine Bet on the Yankees and Get $25 extra in Bonus Bets for each Home Run that Gary Sanchez hits.

Blue Jays (Vlad Guerrero Jr.)

Place a Min $25 MoneyLine Bet on the Blue Jays and Get $25 extra in Bonus Bets for each Home Run that Vlad Guerrero Jr hits.

 

Buzzer Beater Booster

+150 – At Least One Buzzer Beater During the Remainder of the 2019 NBA Playoffs (Boosted from +120)! (Max Bet: $100)

 

Biggest Parlay Competition – May 8th  (TODAY ONLY!)

Place a Min $1 Parlay and the Highest Price of the Winning Parlay will win an extra $1000

 

NBA Playoffs PointsBetting Promo: May 7th – May 9th  

Place a PointsBetting Bet of $1+ on ANY Points*Rebounds or Points*Assists NBA PointsBetting Markets, Receive a $50 NBA In-Play Bonus Bet!

 

MLB PointsBetting Promo: May 7th – May 9th

Place a PointsBetting Bet of $5+ on ANY Player Hitter Performance or Cross Team Runs MLB PointsBetting Markets, Receive a $50 MLB In-Play Bonus Bet!

 

PointsBet NJ

PointsBet is partnered with Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment and also has a branding partnership with Top Golf in New Jersey. They soft-launched in December with a full-on official launch in January, quickly earning publicity through their Karma Committee payout following the Ram-Saints NFC Championship Game where they refunded Saints bettors after a no-call on an obvious pass interference. They have done this several times since, including when Zion Williamson ripped his shoe on National TV against North Carolina. PointsBet has received criticism in the industry for refunding bets as nothing more than a marketing ploy, but I’m guessing most bettors won’t find a problem with it.

 

PointsBet NY

PointsBet also struck an agreement with Tioga Downs in New York, and has plans to enter that market when online sports betting is legalized.

 

PointsBet Iowa

In April, PointsBet stuck a deal with the Catfish Bend Casino in Burlington, Iowa to offer mobile and retail sports betting when it is approved in the state.

 

Updates

 

Overview

PointsBet Sportsbook launched in Australia in early 2017 and has since expanded its reach to the US. NBA legend Allen Iverson and former NFL cornerback Darrelle Revis are two of the sportsbook’s most prominent spokesmen with Iverson having a strong appeal in the Australian market. One of PointsBet’s biggest draws is it’s “PointsBetting” option in which users can win or lose more money depending on how correct their bet was.

Opening the PointsBet Sportsbook app reveals a sleek black home page with a featured games section, as well as a list of events you can bet on that are starting soon. To find the full array of sports betting options there is a drop-down menu with their full list of offerings, ranging from promotions to a variety of sports you can wager on.

 

Getting Started with PointsBet Sportsbook

Unlike DraftKings, you do not need your location turned on to open the app and browse around. However, if you are interested in more than just window shopping, you will need to enable your phone’s location setting, sign up for an account and be in New Jersey to place a bet.

But make sure to use a PointsBet promo code to access PointsBet’s best available offer. Get two risk-free bets up to $1,000 with promo code BROADLINES .

 

Deposit options

There are four ways that you can add money to your PointsBet account.

  • Bank account– this is the preferred method and connects directly to your online banking
  • Credit or debit card– use your credit or debit card to fund your PointsBet account
  • ACH check– online check
  • PointsBet Card– this is verified PointsBet Mastercard that can be funded with your debit or credit card

Bank account is the best way to go, while all of the other options have some issues that are not specific to PointsBet. Legal sports betting sites have run into some issues with banks and credit card companies declining gambling-related transactions. There doesn’t seem to be much thought to this, as transactions are indiscriminately blocked or allow. Sometimes they will work, sometimes they won’t. The PointsBet Card is a workaround, allowing you to fund a prepaid card, which can in-turn be used to fund your PointsBet account.

Despite these issues not being specific to PointsBet, the app does lag behind some of its competitors in terms of funding options. And if you’re looking for ease of depositing, we suggest checking out SugarHouse Sportsbook.

 

Betting

Scrolling past PointsBet’s large promotions carousel will take you to the “Featured” and “Next Up” tabs where you can find games the app thinks you may be interested in and games starting soon, respectively.

From the homepage view, you have to option to place a bet on the spread, total and the moneyline. To place a wager on one of the other markets offered on that game, you will have to click the desired game and go through the sub-categories to find the specific wager you want. There can be upwards of 200 markets, including points betting markets, on any individual game.

A nice feature is a ticker that tells your how long until the start of the game. Some matchups even feature of short betting preview snippet at the top.

On the main drop-down bar, you can also find In-Play, or live betting, options that are available. In this menu, there is also the option to change how the odds are displayed to your personal preference, whether it is American, decimal or fractional.

Available Sports

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Hockey
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Tennis
  • MMA
  • Golf
  • Boxing
  • Aussie Rules
  • Cricket
  • Cycling
  • Darts
  • Entertainment
  • Motor Racing
  • Rugby Union

 

Types of bets

PointsBet set out to offer more markets than their competitors, something that becomes obvious from the moment the app loads. For a single hockey game there were 104 betting options that were broken down into eight categories. There are the standard wagers like the spread, total and moneyline, but bettors can also wager on which team will score first, will a team stage a comeback and much more.

Along with fixed odds betting, you can also choose to wager using their PointsBetting system, where the more correct your bet is, the more money you can win. However, with this type of betting, you can also lose more than your initial bet. If you bet $10 on a + 10 Spread and the game finishes with a 20-point differential, you get a 10x multiplier on your winnings. This multiplier can work against you and result in it being applied to your losses.

Points betting

More importantly, they offer, in addition to traditional betting types, a unique betting style called points betting. Again, we described this last year and why it was a big deal, but here’s the gist from a real-world example they are currently offering:

pointsbet nj points betting

You can bet the over-under on Joel Embiid to score under 25.5 points or over 27 (the delta becomes the vig). Each point he goes over (or under), you win (or lose) a multiple of your bet up to 25x.

Here’s how they explain it:

points betting

If that doesn’t add a layer of fun and intrigue to betting, I don’t know what does. I’m not just selling you on this either– we work with a number of NJ sportsbooks and this may be my favorite risk-reward tradeoff, which gives you good upside on small bets and keeps you engaged throughout the entire game. 

You can use a PointsBet promo code to get a free “points bet”.

Live Betting

Just because a game started, it does not mean that you missed your chance to wager on it with In-Play betting on PointsBet NJ Sportsbook. Even 30 minutes into a soccer match and there are 50 markets available to place a bet on.

 

Play Limits

In PointsBet’s Responsible Gaming, which can be found by scrolling to the bottom of the app, users can set personalized play limits. From this page you can set pre-commitment limits on how much can be deposited in a set time, ranging from 1, 7 or 30 days. You can also define time-based limits, a cool off period and a self-exclusion period lasting from one to five years.

 

Points Bet History

PointsBet launched it’s first sportsbook in early 2017 in Australia and has since developed a growing presence in New Jersey. They set out with the goal of offering more markets per game than the other sportsbook and are living up to that standard, with some games offering over 100 markets. Along with its standard fixed odds wagering options, they also feature a PointsBetting option that allows users to win more based on how correct their wage was.

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