JustBet’s name is pretty straightforward about what you can do on their website. On JustBet, you’re able to wager on a wide variety of sports and race events. As well, they offer an online casino with a good lineup of games.

From our research, it appears as if JustBet is licensed through the nation of Malta. Malta is a small island in-between Africa and Italy. We were not able to actually find any licensing information on the JustBet website which is rather unusual. Most players like to have an understanding of licensing information so that they know that they are playing on a legitimate website. We’d strongly suggest that JustBet display some of this information to help players gain more comfort with their website.

We’re going to dive deep into the JustBet website to provide you an honest review. We’ll highlight all of the things that we do like as well as some things that we don’t like. With that all said, let’s dig in!

The Sportsbook

Our first impression of the sportsbook on JustBet is that it is pretty bare bones. It doesn’t really get any plainer than this. There are no distracting ads, bright colors, or flashing lights to distract you from getting down to business. While it isn’t the best looking web page in the world, it appears to function just fine. As much as we don’t like a ton of distracting things on a web page, this one just feels too barren.

JustBet’s sports book allows you to search for bets by either type of bet or sporting event. The ability to filter by type of bet is a nice touch that not many other online sportsbooks offer. Their layout within the sporting events is very easy to navigate.

JustBet also offers a live betting tab at the top of the web page. We were really happy to come across this feature as we’re big fans of it. With live betting, you can immediately get in on the action for events that are happening right at that time.

If you’re into racetrack wagers, JustBet has a racebook too. At the time of this review, JustBet offers wagers on 23 different racetrack venues including Belmont Park and Churchill Downs. We found the layout of the racebook was very clean and well organized just like the sportsbook.

One cool thing that we noticed while doing our review is that you have the option to toggle the style of odds between American or decimal. Most Europeans are fans of the decimal system so it is good to see that they offer it both ways. In order to change how your style of odds displays on JustBet, simply go into your account settings.

Sports You Can Bet On

JustBet does not disappoint when it comes to their list of sports that you can bet on. While they have all of the standard issue stuff like NHL and boxing, they also have some leagues and events that you don’t see a lot of other online sportsbooks offer. Some of the standout ones were CrossFit matchups and E-sports. E-sports wagers are an emerging trend right now for online sportsbooks so we’re pleased to see that JustBet isn’t missing out on these.

For your convenience, we’ve broken out all of the options that JustBet offered as of the time of this review:

  • Basketball
  • Baseball
  • Soccer
  • Hockey
  • Tennis
  • Football
  • Martial Arts
  • Golf
  • Boxing
  • Horseracing
  • Motor Racing
  • Rugby
  • Cricket
  • Miscellaneous
  • E-sports
  • Cycling
  • Futures

As a whole, JustBet has a great lineup of sporting events to wager on. It has a broader selection that most online sportsbooks that we’ve seen. Most people looking to wager should be able to find the sporting event that they are looking for on JustBet unless they are looking for something that is very rare.

User Interface

Overall, JustBet’s sportsbook is laid out very well which makes it easy for people to navigate. As mentioned before, their sportsbook is clear of distractions such as ads and flashing lights. We had no problem finding what it was we were searching for.

JustBet offers you two ways to drill down into what you want to bet on. First, they have a drop down at the top of the page that offers you the ability to sort by type of bet. You can filter it down between straight, parlay, teaser, if win bet, or if win or tie. When you select your preferred type of bet, JustBet will show you all of the events available with that type of specific bet.

JustBet also allows you to filter by sporting event. You’re able to simply click on the sport you’re interested in to drill deeper into what types of bets they are currently offering. You can continue to drill down until you find the event and bet type that you’re looking for.

Once you locate the event and type of bet for you, you’re just a few clicks away from placing your bet. JustBet’s site made it simple and easy for us to place a couple of small wagers. We found everything very intuitive and we did not hit any snags.

JustBet’s site speed seemed to be very good. We didn’t notice any lag during our time spent on the site for this review. Everything we clicked on loaded very quickly and without any errors.


The Casino

JustBet isn’t just an online sports book. They also offer their clients an online casino. JustBet offers their clients a good selection of casino games including Blackjack, slots, video poker, table games, bingo, and keno. JustBet offers a decent lineup of games for each of those buckets of games.

In total, JustBet offers 5 games of Blackjack, 15 types of slots, 8 types of video poker, 8 different table games, and 1 each for bingo and keno. Unfortunately, we didn’t find any live tables or tournaments offered on JustBet. This is something that is trending currently in the online casino world and we hope that JustBet will get on the bandwagon to offer their clients more variety.

JustBet does not offer any branded games in their online casino section. We’re big fans of online casinos that offer branded games such as “Beauty and the Beast” and “Guns and Roses” as opposed to knock-off games like “Pretty and the Dog” and “Pistols and Flowers”. These knock off games are a cheesy addition to any online casino. Luckily, JustBet did not have too many knock-off games but we did find a handful. Our favorite from the bunch was “Jurassic Fire”.

From a graphics quality point of view, the JustBet Casino is pretty much standard issue. Nothing jumped out at us as revolutionary but we also didn’t walk away completely disappointed. The game quality looked consistent across all of the games offered. JustBet could definitely afford to invest some time and money into making their game graphics a higher quality. If they do this, it will help them stand out from most of their competition.

As part of our review, we checked in to see if JustBet is mobile friendly. We were pleased to find that JustBet does offer a mobile-friendly version of their website. While using our phones to poke around the site, we didn’t run into any weird layouts or snags. Overall, the JustBet mobile platform looks pretty solid.

We really liked that they have a “hottest games” section. This allows clients to see some of the most popular games. This is a great function for clients that are unsure what to play or that have a tough time making a decision. It can also allow clients to try out new games that they might enjoy.

Deposit and Withdrawal Options

Deposit Options

JustBet offers a pretty good lineup of options for their clients to deposit cash onto their site. At the time of this review, JustBet allows deposits from the following methods: Visa, MasterCard, Bitcoin, Person2 Person, and Bank wires. We’ll break down what you need to know about each of them below.

For Visa and MasterCard, the minimum deposit amount is $25. The maximum deposit is capped at $1,000. At the time of this review, JustBet is not charging any fees for deposits made via Visa or MasterCard.

For Person2 Person transactions, there is no stated minimum or maximum deposit amount. It is worth noting that JustBet charges a handling fee for all Person2 Person transactions less than $300. If under $300, JustBet charges a handling fee of $7 for online transactions and $14 for call center transactions. If you’re going to do a Person2 Person transaction less than $300, we suggest that you utilize the online portal to save yourself $7.

Bank wires are also a deposit option on JustBet. For bank wires, JustBet does not have any stated minimum or maximum deposit amount. To get the banking wire details, simply call JustBet at 1-855-274-8313 or email them at [email protected].

Lastly, JustBet also offers deposits via Bitcoin. For Bitcoin, the minimum deposit is $10 and the maximum deposit is $25,000. It is worth noting that Bitcoin transactions will be subject to current exchange rates which can mean that your deposit amount will vary.

Overall, we’re very pleased with the selection of options that JustBet has available to clients for making deposits. They have enough options that just about anyone should be able to easily fund their account without too much work. Our only suggestion would be that they eventually add in some other options like Skrill and Neteller. For your convenience, we’ve built out the chart below to summarize each of these deposit options:


  • Minimum: $25
  • Maximum: $1,000


  • Minimum: $25
  • Maximum: $1,000

Person 2 Person

  • Minimum: None
  • Maximum: None
  • Notes: A handling fee of up to $14 is charged on deposits less than $300.

Bank Wire

  • Minimum: None
  • Maximum: None


  • Minimum: $10
  • Maximum: $25,000

Withdrawal Options

JustBet also doesn’t disappoint when it comes to methods available for account withdrawals. In total, JustBet offers five different methods at the time of this review. Clients are able to withdrawal funds via bank wire, bank draft, Bitcoin, debit card, or Person2 Person transactions. See below to understand the specifics for each of these withdrawal options.

First, let’s start with the Person2 Person transactions. For these withdrawals, JustBet requires a minimum withdrawal amount of $100. They also cap the maximum withdrawal at $300. Associated fees with Person2 Person transactions range from $25 to $35 depending on the amount you are withdrawing.

Next up are debit card withdrawals. JustBet mentions that this is their preferred method of withdrawal. For debit card withdrawals, JustBet requires a minimum withdrawal of $100 with a maximum withdrawal of $2,500. The activation fee for a debit card is $25 and JustBet charges clients a monthly fee of $5 for this service.

JustBet also offers bank drafts for withdrawals. The fee for bank draft withdrawals on JustBet is $50 regardless of the amount that your withdrawal. Deposits via bank draft on JustBet have a minimum requirement of $100 with a maximum withdrawal amount of $3,000.

Bitcoin is another solid option offered by JustBet for withdrawals from your account. Fees for Bitcoin withdrawals do not appear to have any fee associated with them. Keep in mind that Bitcoin transactions are subject to current exchange rates at the time of your request. JustBet requires a minimum Bitcoin withdrawal of $50 with a maximum withdrawal of $10,000.

If bank wires are your thing, JustBet has you covered here as well. For bank wires, you can withdrawal a minimum amount of $10,000 with a maximum withdrawal of $45,000. We noticed that the fees for this service were pretty high overall. The fees for a bank wire withdrawal on JustBet range from $600 to $900 depending on how much you are withdrawing.

Just like with their deposit options, JustBet has done a great job of offering their clients variety when it comes to withdrawal options. We’re pleased with this lineup. As with the deposits, our only suggestion would be for them to eventually add in options such as Neteller and Skrill. For your convenience, we’ve built out the chart below to summarize each of these withdrawal options:

Person2 Person

  • Minimum: $100
  • Maximum: $300
  • Notes: Fees range from $25-$35 per withdrawal.

Debit Card

  • Minimum: $100
  • Maximum: $2,500

Notes: Fees include a $25 activation fee and a $5 per month recurring fee.

Bank Draft

  • Minimum: $100
  • Maximum: $3,000
  • Notes: Fee of $50 charged for all withdrawals.


  • Minimum: $50
  • Maximum: $10,000

Bank Wire

  • Minimum: $10,000
  • Maximum: $45,000
  • Notes: Fees for withdrawal range from $600 to $900.

Bonuses and Promotions

As we’re used to seeing by now, most online casinos and sportsbooks offer different promotions to help entice new and current clients to play. Luckily, JustBet is no different. At the time of this review, JustBet offers four different promotions to clients. We’ll break down each of them for you below so that you can see which one might be the best fit for you.

50% Welcome Bonus

First up is the current welcome bonus for JustBet. This promotion is geared at new clients that have not previously deposited on JustBet before. We often see online casinos and sports books utilize welcome offers as a way to attract new clients. And, who doesn’t like free money?!

Under their current welcome offer, clients can receive a 50% bonus on their first deposit. The bonus is capped at $300. That means that in order for you to maximize this bonus, you would need to deposit $600 in order to get the full $300.

After we did some more digging, we uncovered that you actually can double dip on this bonus. It turns out that you can get the 50% welcome bonus (up to $300) on both the sports book and casino. This means that you could actually get $300 from each which would give you a total potential bonus of $600! If you want to take advantage of maximizing out the double dipping of this bonus, you would need to deposit $600 to both the sports book and the casino for a total deposit of $1,200.

To take advantage of this welcome bonus offer, it is super easy. All that you’ll need to do is enter code “5017” when making your first deposit with the cashier at JustBet. They’ll handle the rest from there and you can decide how you’ll spend your bonus!

Overall, the welcome bonus at JustBet is ok. We’ve seen many other sportsbooks and online casinos offer a full 100% or more bonus on initial deposits. We’d like to see JustBet step it up some when it comes to the welcome bonus so that they can be more competitive with what else is out there.

15% Welcome Bonus

JustBet also offers a 15% welcome sports bonus at this time. We’re sure you’re wondering to yourself why in the world I would take a 15% bonus when you just said that there is a 50% one. We had the same question and we found the answer.

The difference in the two promotions comes down to two key points: the amount of bonus and rollover. Regarding the max bonus, under this promotion, your max bonus is $2,500. This is significantly larger than the $300 max on the 50% welcome offer. In order to get the maximum bonus of $2,500, you’d need to make an initial deposit of roughly $16,666.67.

The second difference in this welcome bonus versus the other one is the rollover. Rollover when it comes to bonus cash at online casinos and sports books essentially refers to how many times you bonus cash has to be bet before you can withdrawal it from the casino or sports book.

Here’s a sample for you to better help you understand: Let’s say that you max out the 15% welcome sports bonus from JustBet and earned yourself 2,500 buckeroos. Before you could withdrawal this money from JustBet, under the terms of this promotion, you would need to rollover that bonus cash four times. That means that you would need to wager a minimum of $2,500 on at least four separate occasions before you could withdrawal the cash from your account.

As we’ve all heard, there is nothing free in life and that truth stays the same when it comes to online casinos and sports books. While they are happy to throw you bonus cash on deposits, making you roll over this bonus cash is their way of allowing them the chance to keep some of it. The more times that you have to rollover your bonus cash, the more opportunity JustBet has to win some of it back.

So how does the 15% welcome bonus offered by JustBet offer from the 50% welcome bonus in terms of rollover? As mentioned above, the 15% bonus has a rollover of four associated with that promotion. The 50% welcome bonus, on the other hand, has a rollover of 10 on sports. Therefore, you would need to rollover your bonus 2.5 times more (10 vs. 4) if you were to take the 50% welcome offer.

If you’d like to use the 15% promotion, you can do it when you make your initial deposit. All that you’ll need to do is reference code “JOIN15” when you do your initial deposit with the JustBet cashier. After that, you’re all set!

So which welcome bonus at JustBet is right for you? The 50% welcome bonus is best for folks looking to make smaller deposits that don’t mind a larger rollover requirement. The 15% welcome bonus at JustBet is most likely the best fit for people looking for larger bonus amounts with a lower rollover requirement. Whichever way you go, earning bonus cash is always a good thing!

Slots Bonus

If slots if your game of choice, JustBet also has a bonus for you too! At the time of this review, JustBet is offering clients a 100% bonus on slot deposits. This promotion is capped at $500.

In order to maximize this bonus, you’ll want to deposit $500 onto JustBet for slots. When making your initial deposit, simply use code “SLOTS500” to take advantage of this promotion. After that, your bonus cash will appear in your account.

Refer a Friend Bonus

Last, but definitely not least, we have the JustBet promotion tied to friend referrals. Under this promotion, both you and your friend have the ability to earn up to $500 each! We dug deeper to uncover exactly what you and your friend have to do to max out this bonus.

When we dug deeper into the fine print of this program, we found out that both you and your friend will earn 10% of their initial deposit with a max bonus of $500. That means that your friend must deposit $5,000 for their initial deposit in order for you both to be able to collect $500.

In order for your friend to quality, they must be a new client for JustBet. They also can’t be a family member of yours. Lastly, the rules state that your friend can’t live in your same house, use the same computer, or share the same IP address.

To take advantage of the refer a friend bonus, simply click on the refer a friend tab at the top of the page on JustBet. Once you get there, the website will guide you through the process. It all looks very simple and easy.

Customer Service

JustBet offers what we consider the trifecta of customer service options. We’d pleased to see that they offer customer service via phone, email, or live chat. Even better is that all of these options are live 24/7. It is important that a site offers flexibility to clients on how and when they can be contacted. JustBet does not disappoint in this aspect.

We put JustBet’s live chat to the test while we were doing our site review. We were pleasantly surprised when we were quickly connected to a live chat agent. The agent was very responsive and easily answered the questions that we had. Overall, the agent seemed very knowledgeable which is not always the case with online casinos. In order to reach JustBet’s live chat, simply click on the live chat image on any page while you are on their website. At the time of their review, it was located in the top right corner of the webpage.

For your convenience, we’ve listed some of the key contact phone numbers and email addresses below should you need to contact TopBet for assistance:

Phone Support:

  • General Customer Service Inquiries: 1-855-274-8313
  • Sports Betting: 1-877-750-1986
  • Casino Questions: 1-855-274-8313
  • Racebook/Horses: 1-877 -750-1985
  • Wagering: 1-877-750-1986

Email Support:

What’s great with JustBet is that they have their customer service compartmentalized. This allows clients to get right where they need to in a rush as opposed to working their way through a ton of prompts. If you’re having technical issues, you can go right to the source.

Overall, we’re very happy with the customer service options offered by JustBet. They are a rare breed that offers the trifecta of customer service that we like to see. Clients at JustBet should not have an issue reaching a customer service agent when they have an issue.

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