Rewards Programs

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PENN Play Rewards (ESPN BET)

ESPN Bet Sportsbook
Medium
to obtain
04/30/2024
expire
21, Terms and Conditions Apply
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BetMGM Rewards

BetMGM Sportsbook
Medium
to obtain
12/30/2024
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21, Terms and Conditions Apply
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PointsBet Rewards

PointsBet Sportsbook
Medium
to obtain
21, Terms and Conditions Apply
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DraftKings Dynasty Rewards

DraftKings Sportsbook
Easy
to obtain
12/31/2024
expire
21, Terms and Conditions Apply
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Caesars Rewards

Caesars Sportsbook
Medium
to obtain
21, Terms and Conditions Apply
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What is a Rewards Program?

An online sportsbook rewards program is a loyalty initiative designed for bettors in the US and Canada. These programs offer incentives for regular betting activities. Members earn points for placing bets, which can be exchanged for various benefits like free bets, cashback, or exclusive offers. Examples include BetMGM's M life Rewards and DraftKings' Dynasty Rewards, where bettors accumulate points leading to different tiers, each offering unique perks and bonuses.

How Rewards Programs Work

Rewards programs function on a points system. Bettors earn points for each bet, with the amount varying based on the bet size and type. Accumulated points lead to different reward tiers, each offering increasingly valuable benefits. For example, a higher tier might offer enhanced odds, special promotions, or exclusive event access. The system encourages continuous engagement by offering progressive rewards, enhancing the betting experience for regular users.

Pros & Cons

Pros

  • Rewards: Offers like free bets for regular betting.
  • Tier Benefits: Higher tiers bring greater perks.
  • Reward Variety: From bonuses to exclusive events.

Cons

  • Betting Conditions: Often tied to minimum bets.
  • Complex Rules: Can be confusing due to tiers.
  • Limited Access: Not all rewards are widely available.
  • Overspending Risk: May encourage more betting than planned.