Crownbet.com.au has moved to temporarily suspend its matched deposit offer and shift focus to its rewards system.
The online agency – which is linked to James Packer’s Crown Resorts – has thrown its weight behind promoting the rewards system that the company implemented back in 2016, employing former Australian cricket captain Ricky Pointing to spearhead their campaign.
The beneficial aspect of their rewards program is the fact that it can be used at any Crown affiliated venue, like Crown Casino or any of their associated hotels and resorts.
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The initial response to the system was positive, so Crownbet decided to go all out in their rewards points system.
The move is in direct contrast to the other agencies, which have invested heavily in money back specials and bonus bet promotions on racing and sport.
Crownbet weekend promotions
To help celebrate their shift towards the rewards points system, Crownbet has introduced a number of big promotions for this weekend of racing and sport.
Punters who are yet to sign up at Crownbet will receive a no-strings-attached gift of rewards points, valued at $25.
Punters looking to place a head-to-head bet on the NRL this weekend will get their stake back up the value of $50 of Crownbet rewards points if your team leads at half time but go on to lose.
Crownbet is one of the only online agencies in Australia offering a multi deal on the AFL this weekend.
Place a four or more legged multi in the second round of AFL action, and if you miss out by one leg Crownbet will return your stake in the form of Crown rewards points up to the value of $50.
The A-League more your speed? Crownbet also has that avenue covered.
Place a head-to-head bet on Friday’s A-League match up between Adelaide and Perth and if you score at any time but go on to lose you will get your stake back up to the value of $50 in Crownbet reward points.
The most exciting deal this weekend for Crownbet customers is their triple rewards points return on day one of the Championships at Randwick.
Punters will receive three points per $1 stake on any fixed odds bet this weekend for Sydney’s showpiece race day.