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TwinSpires.com Bonus and How it Compares to Other Online Betting Sites

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May/03/2019

TwinSpires.com is offering a FREE $100 signup bonus.  Just make sure you know the fine print.

You will need to wager $500 within 30 days of signing up in order to obtain the $100 bonus.

Considering that the average horse bettor will typically lay down a mere $5 bet on a race, that $500 in betting is hardly an option for the vast majority.

To be fair, and for many who read the Gambling911.com website, a five time rollover and a $500 minimal requirement to be rewarded with $100 is not too shabby.

Many of the Gambling911.com-endorsed websites offer better cash bonuses without the 30 day wagering requirement but bettors will normally have to wager more than 5 times a set amount in order to obtain said cash bonus.  Some of the race books also pay out in the form of free plays.

What makes most of the Gambling911.com-endorsed race books most enticing is the offering of up to 100 percent or up to $1500

Another huge advantage to playing at sites like Americas Bookie is that they will never ask you for your social security number or make you fill out a tax form (though you should obviously always declare your winnings when filing).  TwinSpires requires a social security number and tax info.  Note that the site was once hacked into.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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