High Rollers

Let me ask you a question –

Does having more money make things easier?

My thought – not always, especially when it comes to online sports betting. Let me tell you why.

Online gambling really caters to the little guy – people on a small budget. Sportsbooks let you deposit as small as $5 and bets as tiny as $1. The guys who can bet $500, $1,000 or $10,000 – or more – on an individual bet, on a consistent basis, are farther and fewer between.

This presents a challenge because not every book caters to the bigger spenders – or wants to.

(Especially if they are winning bettors.)

This affects you everywhere from making a deposit, promotions, vig, betting limits and cashing out.

So what do you do?

Start with reading our tips below. We share some tips for everything from banking to finding the right sportsbook who will be happy to take your action – and lots of it.

High Dollar Bankrolling

The first thing you should worry about is finding a book with deposit options fit for a high roller. This means high deposit limits and low fees.

I suggest finding a sportsbook who offers these deposit options:

Bank wires – I like wires because they’re relatively quick (3-7 days) and are cheap to send compared to the amount you’re shipping – less than $50. They usually have the highest limits, too.

Credit cards – Credits are great because they’re fast – you’ll have money to bet with in minutes. They let you deposit high limits, too, ranging from the tens to even hundreds of thousands of dollars (per month).

The one downside to credit cards is some books will charge you a fee. Two or four percent may not sound like much, but it adds up fast when you’re depositing $10,000 or more.

Bitcoin – This is a good choice because there are often no fees, and even if there are, they’re tiny. The biggest con to bitcoin is how few sportsbooks accept them.

Whatever method you choose to deposit with, just make sure the book accepts large limits per day and per month. It does no good to join a sportsbook who’ll cap you at $1,000 per day or $25,000 per month when those are the types of numbers you want to bet.

That means checking each sportsbook’s limits, too, as each book will accept the same banking methods, but will impose different limits, fees and rules.

All of the above applies to cash outs, too.

Last thing – I would look for sportsbooks who offer preferential treatment for higher spenders, such as faster and cheaper cash outs.

How to Find a High Limit Sportsbook

Another challenge you have is finding a sportsbook who offers high limit action. This presents several mini-challenges such as:

Make sense?

So with that in mind these are the high limit sportsbook we suggest you check out:

Pinnacle – What I like most about Pinnacle is they accept winning bettors. So you can bet big and not be afraid of losing your account because you happen to be a pro. They offer low margins and have a solid reputation, too. And you can bet as much as $40,000. However, they do NOT accept US bettors.

Justbet – This is a good choice if you want to bet more than $10,000 per wager. They’re a highly rated sportsbook who also happens to accept US customers.

5Dimes – One of the most trustworthy options for US bettors. You can bet as much as $5,000 on major sporting events.

Bet365 – They payout winnings of up to $1 million. However, keep in mind they do limit action from professional (arbitrage) bettors. But they’re one of the best books for non-US customers.

So those are our picks. All of them are solid. There’s no reason not to have an account at each of them.

Remember that the best high limit sportsbook will also depend on the sports you want to bet on and the types of bets you want to make. For example, the most popular sports and bets will offer the highest limits, while options like live betting or bets on games already in session will have lower limits.

That’s all we got. Good luck!