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Maybe you already know most of this but i'll do it step by step anyway. So they have the sign-up "programs" they call them, which are really basically bonuses. Most people go with the default reduced juice program for better lines, other people do the free play.
If you call them or go on live chat and ask to be signed up for the "33% super saver" or just "super saver" program they will apply it instantly (there is no actual sign up sheet or anything).
Once you have it you obviously can't overlap with reduced juice or any other bonus. It's supposed to appear on your account with every deposit but I find you have to remind them to apply it when you do a reload just to be safe.
I think you also get slight money back on your wagers with it. But the main bonus is it gets you better payouts on 2 teamers and better than anywhere especially for 3 teamers and up. I find where you take heavy favorites (ex. tennis), the difference is very apparent.
No prob! oh yeah 30% not 33, oops.
yep reduced juice is default, def better than the freeplay bonus but I am happily on super saver.
For me the most important things are (1) getting paid quickly and efficiently (2) not being limited (3) anonymity
The only place that gets my action nowadays are over the counter or https://nitrogensports.eu/r/184236
Super late reply. But a commonly held idea for any serious sports bettor is to have at least (minimum) 3 books: one "sharp" book (Pinnacle, Bookmaker, Heritage, CRIS are good examples), one "square" book (Bovada, MyBookie, Intertops are good examples), and one reduced vig book (Heritage's -105 reduced vig sign-up bonus is fantastic, 5Dimes offers reduced vig on a lot of major sports full-game side bets and moneylines). The reasoning is, first, you're often going to get the best lines period at the reduced vig books (Heritage in particular), but sharp books will give you better lines in general for favorites and overs, while square books will give you better lines for underdogs and unders. Not a set in stone rule, but that's the idea behind it. "Squares" love betting favorites and overs and you'll almost always find inflated spreads and totals there, while sharp books are the opposite and home to many contrarian bettors.
Another nice book to have is one like BetOnline that not only has reduced juice on NHL, but puts their lines out just about as early as anyone around. Really key during baseball season to achieve CLV; many books will wait until all the games for one day are finished before posting the next day's lines, but BO usually has them out 24 hours or so ahead of time.
Surprised no one has mentioned lowvig.ag...they are what reduced juice is all about...(-105) lines on all American major sports...they are connected with betonline in some manner...same wagering software.