A large rollover makes sports bettors cringe - though not as much as "processing delays".
Online sportsbooks rated lower than the average bookmaking website often bury convoluted rollover and bonus terms and conditions deep in their fine print, hoping that players will never read them.
Scam sportsbook Oddsmaker (SBR rating F) cleverly reeled in millions of dollars of business from players by mailing free bet bonus promotions littered with hidden clauses.
50 online sportsbooks rated from A+ to C are listed in the sportsbook bonuses directory.
Compare Sportsbooks by Bonus
One of the main categories players can use to arrange bonuses using the directory is rollover. Players can simply double-click the column header to see all sportsbook bonuses with rollover sizes big to small. For instance, a 50% free play with a 10X rollover will show with a true bonus value of 1.5%, given that free plays are worth approximately half the value of a cash bonus.
Players can also sort sportsbook bonuses by true bonus itself - put simply, the amount of wagering required to fully unlock the bonus value - and by the maximum bonus amount for each offer, the percentage of the offer, and the sportsbook rating with SBR.
For additional bonus terms and conditions, click the Info () icon and read what SBR considers the most pertinent information about that bonus.
Find Sportsbooks by All Features
Sports bettors who do not care for bonuses can use the sportsbook rating guide to select betting sites by a wide variety of other features including countries accepted, bank options, platform features, and much more.
The sportsbook rating guide was initially developed in 2002 and recently underwent a mobile-responsive refresh, the rating guide will automatically adjust to the size of your resolution, whether you are browsing by PC/Mac or handheld device.
Players with feedback on the sportsbook bonuses directory or who spot an error are asked to write to firstname.lastname@example.org.