WagerWeb Sportsbook Review

WagerWeb joined the online gambling industry back in 1994 and has improved considerably over the years.

WagerWeb simply has everything you are looking for when it comes to betting on sports. They have excellent customer service, an easy to use interface, and competitive odds.

What sets them apart from the rest is their loyalty program. If you are looking for a site that rewards you for your service with them, this needs to be your top option. You earn rewards on every bet you make, regardless if you win or lose.

You also can NOT overlook their dedication to providing you with top notch customer service. Their quick to respond to any problem and make it a priority to make sure you are satisfied.

In addition, WagerWeb delivers a wide variety of deposit options. Most importantly, the process is easy to navigate and funds are immediately available.

You can easily add funds to your account with a credit card (Visa or MasterCard accepted). For those of you who do NOT like giving out this information, there is plenty of other options. You can deposit using BitCoin, money transfer, money gram, cashier’s check or bank wire.

Any fees that are associated with a deposit are reimbursed by the site. I will be the first to say I am NOT a fan of fees when making a deposit, but as long as the money is added back it is NOT a huge deal.

the betting interface is extremely easy to use. If you have any experience placing wagers online, you will NOT have any problems. There is a “Live Help” feature available on the site for those who need assistance.

Once you have it down, you will have no problem getting your bets placed in no time. This is definitely a plus for those of you who are always on the go.

Your account info can be accessed without any problem. They give a detailed report of your balance, freeplay money and rewards status.

A big improvement with WagerWeb over the last couple of years is the time in which they release their odds. They use to be one of the slowest in the business at making their lines available, but that has changed.

As far as limits are concerned, WagerWeb has a minimum $2 bet for all sports wagers. This is slightly more than your standard $1 minimum on other sites. Nothing to be concerned about if you are a big player.

One area of concern for me with this site is their limits are much lower than other top sites. The biggest bet you can make is $5,000 and that is only on NFL spreads. NFL money lines are just $4,000 and totals are capped at $3,000.

NCAAF has a max bet of $4,000 on spreads, but most other major sports are limited to $3,000. Smaller market sports are much lower at just $1,000. They also have a $500 limit on most prop and halftime lines.

In my opinion, it is safe to say that WagerWeb is built more for the recreational user. Whether it is a good fit, really comes down to how big of a player you are.

The ease of getting money out of your account is a critical component of any review, in my opinion. I would rank WagerWeb right in the middle of the pack in this department.

BitCoin and a sportbook transfer are the only options without a fee. To get money via a check it will cost you $50 and requires a minimum of $500. For a bank wire there is a $75 fee and starts at $10,000.

The only problem I have is the minimums to withdraw are a bit high.

However, WagerWeb makes up for high minimum withdrawals in their loyalty program. In my opinion, it is one of the best in the business and they do NOT slack in the bonus department.

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