BlueBet Review FAQs
Still got some questions in relation to BlueBet? Well have a read on below, hopefully we have answered them for you!
How to bet on BlueBet?
Placing a bet on Bluebet is really simple. Just browse the ‘racing’ or ‘sports’ section for the event that you’d like to have a punt on, and select your bet type (win, place, trifecta, etc). Once you’ve clicked on your chosen bet, it will be added to your betslip in the top right corner of the app. Click on your betslip to see your wager, and enter your bet amount. Hit confirm, and you’re all set!
How to win on BlueBet?
We all want to win on the punt, don’t we? You can use the comprehensive form guides on the BlueBet app to study the form and pick a winner, or follow your mates tips with BlueBet Mates!
Who owns BlueBet?
BlueBet is 100% Australian owned, by founder and CEO Michael Sullivan.
What does void mean in BlueBet?
‘Void’ means that your bet has been taken off the market, usually because a horse has been scratched, or bad weather has forced a race meet or sporting event to be abandoned. If a leg of your multi is ‘void’, the multi will still be live, but with the ‘void’ leg ignored.
How long does BlueBet take to withdraw?
BlueBet withdrawals generally take up to 48 hours to appear in your chosen bank account.
How to verify your BlueBet account?
You will be sent a verification email by BlueBet. Once processed, you will be able to withdraw funds from your account.
How to do a quaddie on BlueBet?
To place a quaddie, first select the track that you would like to bet at. Once selected, look for the ‘Quaddie’ button in light blue up near the track name at the top of your screen. Click on that, and select your runners in each of the four legs, add it to your betslip and confirm, and you’re on!
What does flexi mean on BlueBet?
Flexi betting allows you to take exotic bet types (quinella, exacta, trifecta or first 4) and also multiple bet types (doubles, trebles or quaddies) with as many selections or combinations as you like for whatever amount you wish to invest.
How to do a multi on BlueBet?
Doing a multi on BlueBet is very similar to placing a singles bet, however, instead of entering a stake and clicking ‘place now’, you click ‘add to betslip’. You can then add as many legs as you want to your betslip and as you add more legs, your odds will pop up in the bottom right corner.
Once you have added all of the legs you want to add, click on the ‘My Bets’ icon in the bottom right corner and then the multi will be at the top of your screen. You then enter your stake, click ‘place bet’ and you are good to go. You can also use the ‘Rapid Multi’ feature to browse different sports and racing on one screen, and find your selections with ease.
How to place a quinella bet on BlueBet?
Click on the race that you’d like to bet on, then click ‘quinella’, just under the race name, where all of the different exotic bets are located. Once you’ve done that, add your selections for first and second in the race, and add it to your betslip.
What is a head to head bet on BlueBet?
Head to head betting is when you bet on a team to win a match vs another team.
Can you cancel a bet on BlueBet?
It is generally difficult to cancel a bet on BlueBet, but it is possible to do so if you inform BlueBet as soon as is practicable before the event has started if the wager was made in error. The wager can be voided and replaced with another wager at the discretion of BlueBet.
Can you cash out on BlueBet?
Yes, you can cash out on BlueBet. Click the ‘Cash Out’ button on eligible bets to cash out, found in your pending bets page.
How to bet live on BlueBet?
To bet live on BlueBet, head to the ‘Live Betting’ section of BlueBet, and select your preferred market.
How to bet on a trifecta with BlueBet?
Click on the race that you’d like to bet on, then click ‘trifecta’, just under the race name, where all of the different exotic bets are located. Once you’ve done that, add your selections for first, second, and third in the race, and add it to your betslip.
How to watch races on BlueBet?
Unfortunately, punters are not able to watch races on BlueBet, as the bookie does not have a licensing agreement with any of the broadcasters of horse racing.
How does the BlueBet bonus bet work?
This really depends on the type of BlueBet bonus bet you have, but the main bonus bet is provided to punters who have backed a horse to win, but it ends up finishing the race in 2nd or 3rd. It is important that you make sure the race you have bet on has the bonus bet back offer, as it is only provided on selected tracks and races.