Where do we start with this Cashpoint review? Well let’s start with a bit of a shocker. Cashpoint is grey and black but isn’t dreary and dull. They have managed to pull off the right mix with enough colour for it to work. Bravo there are not many that can manage it but Cashpoint have. Maybe it’s the two tone grey that works who knows anyway let’s get into the important stuff.
Usual set up of the page so no confusion list of sports on the left, betting slip and a couple of banners on the right which stay with you as you scroll. The fixtures, prices and markets in the middle. The website works very well and there are no surprises. It is to be expected when you consider that Cashpoint have been around so long.
The fact that Cashpoint have concentrated on just a sports book and no casino, live casino, games room, poker blah, blah, allows them to concentrate on making their book as good as possible.
The array of sports available is very good. The site is mainly focused on the European market with licenses from Malta and the UK Gambling Commission so football is featured heavily. At any given point in time there are on average 40 000 games that can be bet on. With markets of around one hundred per game Cashpoint are not the best but they are by no means the worst either. The same goes for the prices some are better than others but on average squarely in the middle. All of the major sports are covered with a good selection of the not so popular as well.
There are unfortunately no exotic bets taken for the political pundits and the followers of awards ceremonies but maybe that’s not a bad thing either. It’s a sports book after all! One of the best features of this site is the Cashpoint live streaming. There are more events on the live feed than most offer. We are not just talking football either, basketball, handball, ice hockey the list goes on. Most online bookies don’t even have a live streaming service so when one is as comprehensive as this one it has to be praised.
The welcome you get is a Cashpoint bonus of 100% deposit match up to £/€100. Standard there with a three times bet through on combo wagers of at these two events at 1.50 or greater odds (decimal odds). There are of course in-depth terms and conditions that need to be read and understood before you accept any bonus. Unlike a lot of brands the payment method has no restrictions set so you can use whatever method you like and still get the bonus.
There may be restrictions depending on which country you log in from despite what a lot of people think this is nothing to do with the sports book. Some countries have their own rules when it comes to bonuses. Cashpoint are running another bonus called xTreme bonus with up to 30% on top of your winnings. The idea is you get a percentage bonus on combo bets the percentage goes up with the number of combinations you wager on. There is also a loyalty scheme with cashpoints awarded for wagering a certain amount these then translate into betting credits.
Cashpoint may not have the most bonuses on offer but the ones they have do actually translate to something tangible. But people let’s not forget they are marketing tools.
The Cashpoint mobile app is one of the better ones. It works well is easy to use and is available for both iOS and Android devices. You don’t even need to download the app however as the mobile site can be accessed direct from your phones browser. If you can forgive the bad jokes on the website the mobile version is very good. It is typically Teutonic very functional and doesn’t break. All the same methods of deposit and withdrawal are available on the mobile version as the browser with the same levels of security. Cashpoint are very well known in their home country and are starting to get the recognition they deserve online as well.
A lot of people get a bit suspicious of companies moving their bases to Malta. There is nothing to worry about in Cashpoints case. It seems to have been done for more favorable taxation as opposed to regulation issues. Malta is a strong jurisdiction in its own right but by having a license with the UK Gambling Commission this is a case of belt and braces. The UK has the oldest regulated gambling industry in the world and the UKGC is widely recognized as the strong and fairest of the jurisdictions. So having a license from both should be comfort for customers. Both authorities have excellent complaints procedures and get things sorted.
Cashpoint is not the most well known of online bookies but it has been in business for a very long time now. They are firmly in the middle of the pack you won’t get any spectacular deals but then again you won’t get ripped off either. They have a great range of deposit and withdrawal methods including PayPal which have their own vetting procedures. Payout times are good the prices are also not too shabby either. The bottom line is that if you are looking for another sports book to add to your stable then Cashpoint is a good choice. They do nothing that is flash or over the top but they do everything solidly and reliably.
You have a good choice of currencies to open an account with and the number of language platforms is very good. Customer service is quick to respond and very helpful. All in all Cashpoint are a good bookies.