MVP Sportsbook Review
For archival purposes, here is a review of MVP Sportsbook that we wrote on January 19, 2006.
MVP Sportsbook is one of older and more respected sportsbook on the internet with just over seven years in the business. They offer a full line of sports betting as well as horse racing, poker and a casino. For the purposes of this review I will focus on the sportsbook.
2006 Promotions: 10% On All Deposits $200 or more, Free Cellphone or Pager with initial deposit of $1500
MVP Sportsbook focuses mostly on it’s American market with plenty of options for betting on baseball and football games, including betting on quarters and halftimes of football games and betting on the total runs, hits and errors and total bases in baseball games. Standard moneylines are still offered on European soccer league games. All other sports are covered as well as props on politics and the stock market.
The site is easy to navigate even if it’s web design does leave a bit to be desired (it doesn’t look like it’s been changed since they opened, in the late 90s.) All standard bets (straight, parlays, teasers) are offered to go along with “If” bets (win or push and win only), pleasers, Round Robins, Futures and Action-Reverses are all offered. All non-money line bets will have the 10% juice or vig on them that has become an industry standard.
MVP has a lot of deposit options and seems to add more as they become available. They will cover the fees on deposits over $200 through most transfer services, but not all. (You will have to split the fee with them on Neteller Insta-Cash.) Any fees on deposits under $200, you are responsible for. Be sure to check the site often for deposit specials. On withdrawls MVP will cover the fees once every thirty days, but no more than that so time your withdrawls appropriately. You are also able to transfer funds from MVP sportsbook to other sportsbooks on their network.
Customer service is slightly above average. Their email reply was slow in our tests, but they offer 24/7 free telephone support year round.
Payment Methods: NETeller, Money Gram, Click2Pay, 900 Pay, Citadel, Pre-Paid ATM, Firepay, Bank Wire, MyECheck, SolidPay, InstaDebit, Moneybookers, Cash, Credit Card, E-Check, Cashier’s Check, Gaming Transfer
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