GT Bets’ motto is “it’s game time;” is it time to bet the Super Bowl, though? One oft-heard gripe about this website actually has to do with time. When it comes to getting lines out, if sportsbooks were newspapers, GT Bets would be an evening journal. We wouldn’t go as far as to say they take their sweet time, but they’re in no hurry either. Having said that, they do have odds to win the Super Bowl on display. And that means you can place Super Bowl bets. Their odds may not necessarily be the best Super Bowl odds. But they are rather competitive, and you can switch from American to fractional to decimal odds. 

But let’s start from the beginning. GT Bets has a way of incentivizing you to join and do your Super Bowl betting on their website. We’re speaking about their 150% sign-up bonus. “Enjoy a 100% cash bonus up to $500 on your first deposit, and then 50% cash up to $250 on your second deposit.” That’s how it works, in their own words. It is worth mentioning that this is not a Free Play bonus. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, a Free Play bonus only allows you to keep your winnings. GT Bets’ welcome bonus allows you to keep the wager as well as the win amount. There is also an automated cash reload bonus. To qualify, your current account balance must be equal to or less than 25% of your previous deposit amount. Additionally, your account must be segmented. And your last transaction can’t have been a withdrawal. 

Have friends who also want to bet the Super Bowl? GT Bets offers a 50% refer-a-friend bonus. Just tell your friends to add your account ID to the referral field on the sign-up page. Finally, contact the website by chat, email or phone and request your bonus. Other available bonuses are casino- and horse-related. Since we’re here to discuss betting on the Super Bowl, those bonuses are of no interest to us. And of course, all bonuses come with rollover requirements. 

The receiving of bonuses is predicated on the funding of your account. Which leads us to banking methods. The following deposit options are available at GT Bets. Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash. Litecoin. Prepaid gift cards. QuickCash. Credit cards are nominally fee-free. However, foreign transaction fees may apply. QuickCash is fee-less only for deposits up to $200 and higher. Bitcoin and Bitcoin Cash entail no fees and GT Bets offers free withdrawal with them. Sort of. Customers are eligible for one free Bitcoin withdrawal in a rolling 30 day period. Subsequent withdrawals within a rolling 30 day period are subject to a 5% of amount fee, with a maximum fee of $60. Moreover, there is a $5,000 maximum withdrawal every seven days. And only one payout per customer every seven days. You can also request payouts via bank wire. Caveats aside, withdrawals are prompt and expedite. 

All things considered, GT Bets is an excellent option to bet the Super Bowl. So long as you do not live in the District of Columbia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, New York, Oregon or Washington. Were it not for that, we would say GT Bets is almost perfect for US players. Then again, it serves you well for living in the likes of Oregon. And there are still like 40 other states left, so most US-based bettors can use GT Bets. Finally, their customer service department is perfectly serviceable, and what more can you ask from it? Well, maybe you could ask for faster chat responses. However, better a late but correct answer than a quick, incorrect answer. Right?