Play Up Review FAQs
Still got some questions in relation to PlayUp? Well have a read on below, hopefully we have answered them for you!
How to bet on PlayUp?
Placing a bet on PlayUp is really easy. Simply browse the ‘Sports’ or ‘Racing’ section for the event or race that you would like to have a punt on, and select the bet type that you are after (e.g. a win bet, a place bet, on exotic bet). Once you have done that, add it to your bet slip and enter the amount that you’d like to wager, then hit confirm. That’s it, you’re on!
How to win on PlayUp?
That’s what we all want, a win on the punt! You can head to the ‘Playbook’ section on the app where there are comprehensive betting guides with racing and sports tips to help you pick winners. You can also follow our The Racing Sharks tips for the horses!
Who owns PlayUp?
Daniel Simic, a Sydney-based entrepreneur, owns PlayUp. The company is 100% Australian owned.
What does void mean in PlayUp?
If your bet is ‘void’ it generally means that it has been taken off the market, and you will be refunded your stake. Your horse may have been scratched, or bad weather may have caused your race or sporting event to be cancelled or postponed.
How long does PlayUp take to withdraw?
PlayUp withdrawals are done via bank transfers and may take 24-48 hours to clear.
How to verify a PlayUp account?
Your PlayUp account must be verified within 14 days of signing up. To verify, head to ‘Verify’ under ‘My Account’, and follow the steps. You may be required to provide additional information to prove your identity, like a drivers license.
How to do a quaddie on PlayUp?
To place a quaddie on PlayUp, click the venue that you would like to place the quaddie at, and select the ‘Quadrella’ bet type on the top of the screen. From there, input your selections for the four races, and you are all set.
What does flexi mean on PlayUp?
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 PlayUp?
Doing a multi on PlayUp 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.
How to place a quinella bet on PlayUp?
To place a quinella on PlayUp, click the venue that you would like to place the quaddie at, and select the ‘Quinella’ bet type on the top of the screen. From there, input your selections for the first two placings in the race, and you are all set.
What is a head to head bet PlayUp?
Head to head betting is when you bet on a team to win a match vs another team.
Can you cancel a bet on PlayUp?
As per the information on the PlayUp website, it is a general rule that you cannot cancel a bet.
Can you cash out on PlayUp?
You can cash out on certain events.
How to bet live on PlayUp?
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How to bet on PlayUp?
To place a trifecta on PlayUp, click the venue that you would like to place the quaddie at, and select the ‘Trifecta’ bet type on the top of the screen. From there, input your selections for the first three placings in the race, and you are all set.
How to watch races on PlayUp?
Unfortunately, PlayUp doesn’t offer live streaming on races on their app or website, so PlayUp users are unable to watch races live.
How does a PlayUp bonus bet work?
While there are currently no PlayUp sign up bonuses currently available, there are still many different promotions, which includes a PlayUp bonus bet. Punters can receive a PlayUp bonus bet on various horse races, where the horse you have backed to win finishes second or third. Or when placing sports multis of three legs or more, if it fails by one leg, you’ll be eligible for a bonus bet.