PointsBet MI Mobile App Review
PointsBet Sportsbook MI Pros:
- Several users on the App Store mentioned how user-friendly PointsBet’s app is and loved the different boosts and promotions that the book offers.
- Users appreciate how PointsBet is easy to navigate for new bettors and how the book appeals to veteran bettors.
- Users discussed how much they loved the different promos that PointsBet offered and how the app stood out from the rest.
PointsBet Sportsbook MI Cons:
- Some users on the App Store encountered glitches when perusing the app.
- Other users found it difficult to log-in, and found themselves being logged out repeatedly.
- One user felt deceived when he wasn’t able to take advantage of the promo code for a particular offer.
Complete PointsBet Promo Code Overview & Sportsbook Review
Meet the PointsBet Review Team
Action Network thoroughly evaluated the PointsBet sportsbook through in-house testing, data analysis, and input from experienced handicappers. Their scope of review entailed both the desktop and mobile app platforms with a specific focus on key categories such as usability, market coverage, and pricing/value offerings.
Steve Petrella is a lead Action Editor with an affinity for NHL and College Football Betting. He is also the author of much of the educational content on Action Network.
The Australian-based sportsbook has joined ten U.S. states and Ontario, Canada. Since Michigan is Ontario-adjacent, bettors from both sides of the longest border in the world can enjoy playing PointsBet Michigan.
To put it simply, PointsBet’s sign-in process could be improved. The app does allow users to save their email address for a quicker log-in, and the email notification alert is able to be toggled off. Michigan users can also set up a pin login to speed up the sign–in process.
The bet slip on PointsBet is very easy to find at the bottom of the page but removing bets from it wasn’t as easy as it should be. There is a small trash can symbol to remove a specific wager and the size could be increased. Another issue we found was that only one bet can be placed at a time, rather than all at once.
PointsBet features a drop-down menu on the left side of the app that lets users toggle between ongoing promotions, live events, live video streams, as well as local events in your geographical area and all major sports. The sleek design is convenient for bettors. PointsBet shows sporting events going in the state that users may want to bet on before listing the major sports leagues and national events.
Trying to make a quick bet in the massive NY sports market needs to have ample data density, or the amount of information that can fit on a mobile app's screen at once. We tested using an iPhone 12 Pro to determine game density rankings in the mobile view on iOS. We saw that FanDuel showed 4.5 games, BetMGM and DraftKings showed 4 games, and PointsBet and Caesars showed only 3 games at a time.
Ultimately, PointsBet falls at the bottom of the pack regarding game data density.
PointsBet Money Management
PointsBet does have location restrictions, which is common in the sports betting market. Since PointsBet is a licensed and regulated sportsbook in three countries (Australia, U.S., and Canada) it has a major international advantage over many books, so you will never have to worry about the safety of your funds.
Keep in mind that your location can impact the amount of deposit and withdrawal options. Here are the current deposit methods available:
- Online Banking
- Credit/Debit Card
PointsBet is comparable to other legal books because they offer wagering limits. encourage bettors to actively set their own limits by educating yourself. The controls offered include:
- Pre-commitment limits: Set a limit on how much you can deposit in 1, 7, or 30 days.
- Self-exclusion: Stop yourself from betting during a specific period or permanently.
- Cool-off period: Stop yourself from accessing the site or app for a specific time.
In addition to the PointsBet-provided resources, Action has developed bankroll management educational materials to encourage moderation and responsibility in betting.
PointsBet Betting Options & Sports Market Coverage
Unfortunately, PointsBet doesn’t actively offer an extensive selection of unique betting markets but there aren't any issues with including typical betting markets.
Sports Market Coverage
You won't find PB to be ahead of the curve when posting new markets or event. Despite this, PointsBet's odds can always be fair and reliable.
Available Bet Types
Michiganders can find PointsBet's bet types to be comparable to other books by offer common bet types and their own exclusive options. The two exclusive bet types are called "PointsBetting" and "Bet Multipliers."
PointsBet Michigan Team Partnerships
- Detroit Pistons: PointsBet is a sports betting partner of the Detroit Pistons with full usage of IP, marks, and logos. PointsBet has sponsorship opportunities and visibility across digital and social assets.
- Detroit Red Wings: PointsBet is an official gaming partner of the Red Wings. PointsBet has a sponsorship presence on the Red Wings digital platforms, radio network, and mobile app as well as being featured in The Word on Woodward streaming show.
- Detroit Tigers: PointsBet is an official gaming partner of the Detroit Tigers to enhance fan engagement and to create unique game day experiences, content, and promotions within the ballpark. PointsBet will have television broadcast-visible branding at the park, will be featured on the Tigers radio network, and will have a sponsored presence on Tigers digital platforms.
Week 4 NFL Game Odds: Minnesota Vikings vs. New Orleans Saints
Below is a selection of odds for the upcoming NFL game: Updated September 28, 2022 - Odds Provided by PontsBet - Subject to Change
PointsBet Futures Odds
Here are the NFL Super Bowl futures odds offered by PointsBet: Updated September 28, 2022 - Odds Provided by PointsBet - Subject to Change
|2022 NFL Team
|| PointsBet NFL Super Bowl LVII Winner
|Kansas City Chiefs
|Green Bay Packers
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers
PointsBet MI Market Pricing
In comparison to other major books available in Michigan, PointsBet is by far the most expensive sportsbook in the Wolverine State.
- Data collected from 1/1/2021-4/1/2022
- Used closing odds (the odds 30 minutes before game-time) in calculations
- Each data point is the average book-edge for the month
- Each # is represented as a percent of the book's edge
- The book with the lowest average book edge is considered to have the best price.
- Best Pricing: Sportsbook Edge Averages by Sport (All Markets)