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FOX Bet is a collaboration between Mount Airy Casino, media behemoth FOX Sports, and The Stars Group, the parent company behind online poker leader PokerStars.
The site was originally known as BetStars when it first launched in New Jersey, but changed its name in August 2019 after a partnership deal was struck between FOX Sports and TSG. It went live in PA for the first time the following month.
Beyond its stellar branding, FOX Bet’s Pennsylvania offering boasts world-class desktop and mobile software, with a user experience that’s hard to match. In addition, the site’s welcome bonus package is easy to understand and one that you shouldn’t pass up, even though it has a relatively low cap.
All of which isn’t to say the app is flawless, with some suspect lines and the absence of a popular betting format knocking it down a peg.
Let’s break down all that FOX Bet PA has to offer, shall we?
FOX Bet is offering new customers a $500 risk-free bet just for signing up an account, when you use any of the links found on this page.
|FOX Bet Sportsbook PA promo code||Just click this link|
|Welcome Offer||$500 Risk-Free Bet|
|Software partners||The Stars Group|
|Online since||September 2019|
Simply enter your personal details and a valid email address and you are automatically eligible for the $500 Risk-Free bet, no opt in required. Once you make your first deposit, just make your first bet with odds no longer than -200 and if it comes out a winner, it will be paid out as usual and there is nothing left to do.
If that bet somehow comes up a bit short, don’t worry, FOX Bet has your back with a refund, up to $500, in the form of a free bet. This free bet will be issued within 24 hours of the bet being settled (usually instant) and if it is not used in seven days, it will disappear. Its important to note that the free bet will only pay profits on winning bets. This means if you place a $100 bet on the Sixers at +200 with cash, it would pay $300 ($100 bet + $200 profit) but the free bet would only pay out the $200 profit.
FOX Bet leverages its deep bench of TV personalities in marketing its product, and that extends to on-site promotions.
For example, aside from the welcome package mentioned above, Fox offers an array of Bet Boosts, each of which are endorsed by one of its sports broadcasters. Wagers earmarked for Bet Boosts feature lines that are more favorable to players than they really should be.
For example, broadcaster Colin Cowherd has promoted a 3-for-3 Super Boost, which gives players extra bang for their buck if they wager on Colin’s preferred picks.
Chris Carter, a Monday night football analyst, also has promos featured in his name, like the Monday’s Featured Bet Boost. If you take Chris at his word and bet on his Monday night pick, you’ll receive a payout higher than what would normally be offered.
While the personalities featured in the promos may talk sports day and night, just be careful about which bets you choose to make. They may be TV celebrities, but that doesn’t mean they are expert handicappers. Instead look for value, and right now, these promos offer a fair bit of it when taken collectively.
Some online sportsbooks don’t bother with loyalty programs, but that’s not how FOX Bet does business. The site offers return players additional perks through its Stars Rewards program, which is also tied in with PokerStars’ casino and poker offerings.
The inner workings of the program are bit complex, but in short, players earn rewards points by placing real money sports bets on the site. The more points they earn, the farther along the program progress bar advances. Once you’ve bet enough to reach a specific target, you’ll be rewarded with a treasure chest, which may hold StarsCoin (which can be spent in the FOX Bet rewards store), cash, free bets and more.
Once you open the chest, you’ll advance to a higher level which teases bigger chests holding better than average rewards than the previous one. If a player is unable to progress all the way to the end of the status bar and open the next chest during a rolling 28 day period, they’ll be knocked down a level for the next period.
Since sports betting is already a low margin business for operators, especially with PA’s massive tax rates, rewards are relatively small. But of course, any reward is better than no reward!
FOX Bet’s partner, TSG, is well known for creating innovative and feature-rich online gambling software, like the much loved PokerStars online poker client.
That experience has translated to FOX Bet’s Pennsylvania offering, which is available on desktop computers, along with iOS and Android mobile apps.
With FOX Bet’s iOS and Android apps, it’s easy to make bets almost anywhere inside the state. The app is designed beautifully and is packed with nearly all the features that you will find on the full-scale desktop version.
At the top of the app you’ll notice a navigation bar with all of the betting markets offered at the site, which also includes a tab for easy access to in-game bets. Below you’ll see another bar that allows you to quickly access popular bets, promotions and your results. Your current bet slip and placed bets can always be accessed to the right of this bar by tapping the bet slip icon.
Along the bottom, there is another navigation area featuring buttons for betting options, your Stars Rewards program progress, and account settings. Inside your settings, you can make deposits and withdrawals, set responsible gaming limitations, view your betting history and more.
The app neatly tucks away most account management features in a easily accessible, yet nonobstructive, hamburger menu. And for players looking to customize their experience, FOX Bet allows them to do so.
Overall, this is a masterful app; one that accomplishes the rare task of balancing appeasing visuals with high functionality, and loads of features.
To make wagers on FOX Bet, there is no need to download any software client, you can simply navigate directly to the FOX Bet website and place your bet directly on the page.
The FOX Bet desktop offering is very easy on the eyes, and features a sleek and modern design, which lays out a complex array of information cleanly making it easy to digest. If there is one difference between the mobile app and desktop version, it’s that on desktop players will be able to easily view available bets and their bet slips concurrently, and that’s a good thing.
One of the many perks of a shared wallet with PokerStars is that you can access FOX Bet and Stars Casino through all of the PokerStars clients. This makes the poker client and mobile app a one-stop-shop for poker, casino and of course sports betting.
Our only real fear is that FOX Bet will eventually try to do too much. Already, the homepage is cluttered with trending bets, bet boosts, and other filters. Right now it works beautifully (especially the submenu displaying upcoming and in-game events across all major markets), but it’s about one or two filters views away from crossing over to oversaturated.
You won’t have any trouble finding the game or bet that you are looking for on the site quickly and easily.
One of the best ways to send customers running to a competitor is to offer insufficient deposit methods. Fortunately, FOX Bet has added the most popular methods, but as of yet does not allow funding via wire transfer, cash at the casino cage or paper checks. However, those could certainly be added in the near future, and the methods available now should be enough to service most customers. Here’s how you can make a deposit:
There are a couple of major flaws with FOX Bet’s cashier. Notably the starting limits are awfully low, ranging from just $500 – $1,000 daily for most methods. Secondly, the cashier hasn’t implemented a cash at the Mount Airy casino cage option yet, although we presume that’s forthcoming.
There’s also a rather odd 5-day deposit hold on eCheck deposits, that we wish FOX Bet would do away with.
Usually when you make your withdrawal, the amount of your initial deposit will go back to your original funding method. The excess can go to the method of your choice. Currently you only have two choices, however, PayPal and Instant eChecks.
We’re hoping to see many more withdrawal methods added in the future. Otherwise, FOX Bet stands the risk of losing business to its fiercest competitors.
It really doesn’t matter how pleasing a sportsbook’s aesthetic if the lines are poor. In this category, FOX Bet is a decidedly mixed bag, with some very competitive or even above average lines, and some head-scratching ones.
Money lines across most major sports are competitive, and miles better than what’s typically found on Parx Sportsbook, but they do lag slightly behind FanDuel. For NFL, pt. spreads are usually the typical -110, with the occassional +100/-118 oddball. Fair enough.
As for parlays, two-leg pt. spreads are priced out at +264, with three-leggers paying +596. One cool feature on FOX Bet, is that the more parlay legs adds, the most the site will boost the payout, starting at 5% on three-leggers, and accelerating from there.
Future pricing is roughly average. However, FOX Bet has a tendency to be a bit contrarian, so players may find the market’s best value on select teams. On the flip side, pricing on other teams may be market worst. Shop around.
FOX doesn’t really do two-way player props, so not much to say here. As for one-way player props like 1st touchdown scorer, the pricing is pretty mediocre, with better value typically found elsewhere.
With upwards of 15 betting markets, gamblers will have no trouble finding all but the most obscure sports and events on FOX Bet. The number of sports available rival local competitors, which rely on other companies, like Kambi, to set those options.
Here are all the markets on offer right now:
Again, mixed. FOX Bet offers a lot of the standard fare, including point spreads, totals, money lines, parlays, futures, and derivatives. Less obscure options like round robins, and early cash-outs can also be found on the site. And of course, in-play is widely available, and here FOX Bet does a tremendous job, offering a variety of in-play wagers across many betting markets.
But there a few glaring omissions, too. First, and most notable, is that FOX Bet doesn’t offer two-way player props, or really that many props at all. What players get is a few select Bet Boosts, and a handful of other player and game props.
Next, FOX Bet doesn’t offer teaser wagering, which is particularly popular among NFL bettors. We hope to see this format added soon.
Lastly, there are no correlation parlays, which allow players to string bets together from the same team. This really wasn’t a big deal in the early days of the legal U.S. sports betting industry, but they’re starting to become a thing now. FOX Bet risks getting lost in the shuffle, and losing revenue in the process, if it doesn’t up its available bets.
The retail sportsbook at Mount Airy got a late start, launching in September 2019, a short time after its online counterpart went live.
The book was built inside the former 7,000 square foot Gypsy’s Lounge and shares a space with a 12-table PokerStars-branded poker room.
While certainly not as lavish as say, Parx’s sportsbook, Mount Airy does the job with four self-service kiosks inside the sportsbook, four kiosks spread through the casino floor, teller windows, plenty of big screen TVs, and heavy FOX Bet branding throughout.
Before FOX Sports got involved with Mount Airy, the casino announced that it had inked a deal with The Stars Group to offer online casino, poker and sports betting in the state.
Mount Airy was one of the nine casinos to fork over the $10 million fee to offer all three iGaming verticals in July 2018. It waited some nine months later to officially request its sports betting license, which came at the cost of an additional $10 million.
In May 2019, TSG announced a partnership with Fox Sports. Fox and TSG would create a new sportsbook, branded FOX Bet, which essentially entailed rebranding and reskinning TSG’s old online sports betting app, BetStars, with the FOX Sports color scheme and logo.
Three months later, the company relaunched the newly christened sportsbook in New Jersey. A week after that, FOX Bet went live in Pennsylvania.