So say you’re in Pennsylvania. You probably want to try out Barstool Sportsbook’s new app. But there are better options that offer more action, more props, better bonuses, and more.
Here’s our guide to the best Barstool Sportsbook alternatives.
Best All Around Sportsbook
DraftKings Sportsbook is best-in-breed.
- widest array of betting options
- unique ways to bet
- excellent tech
- online casino component
- better promos and odds boosts
You cannot go wrong with DraftKings’ betting app, and it’s tie-in to the daily fantasy app is just an added bonus.
It caters to both casual players and serious betters.
Best For Casual Bettors
While Barstool may eventually take this crown, right now FOX Bet is the best bet for casual bettors.
- tie-in with FOX Sports personalities
- custom bets
- odds boosts
- more fun
FOX Bet is the most fun for casual players who aren’t betting hundreds on the spread of a game, but they want to look to have a little action on the game that’s more akin to fantasy sports than betting. This is the market Barstool is going for, but so far, FOX Bet does it better.
Best Signup Bonus
This one goes to Unibet. The app is no frills but it offers players $30 free with no deposit (Barstool is only $10) and an up to $600 deposit match (Barstool offers a $500 risk-free bet).
There’s nothing inherently special about Unibet, but they’re an official Eagles partner (so is FOX Bet) and they use the same odds provider as DraftKings and Barstool. So you get the same action and better bonus.
These are just some of the alternatives to Barstool Sportsbook. You could read here for a full list of PA sports betting sites.
There’s no doubt that Barstool will compete heavily in the states where it is live, and at first glance, the app looks to be promising. But right now it is not much different from what is out there, and there are better alternatives across the board, depending on what you’re looking for.