Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by jamie1983, Aug 23, 2012.
How long do you have to redeem your bet slips after a football game?
usually a year, look at the back of your ticket for the policies of that particular book. but they will often cash them after that date anyway.
Shifter is exactly right. If you have a ticket from more than a year ago, take it in...especially if you are staying in that hotel. I had a friend who last year got Caesars to pay him $100 on his $10 bet on the 2006 NCAA national championship. It was so old they had to look it up in a book. But they did it. So take it in and be nice and see what happens.
Great, I have a friend going in September and was going to have him place some football bets for me, but I won't be out until feb.
Those are good at any book I've ever been to. And that's a lot of books.
Also, you can always mail your slips in. I wouldn't do it, but the book will actually give you an envelope.
Where are you guys seeing sportsbook tickets valid for a year?
Longest I've seen is 120 days on the back of the ticket.
I put $20 in april on the Patriots to win the 2013 Super Bowl. The back of my ticket says:
PARI-MUTUAL TICKETS VOID 120 DAYS AFTER THE EVENT. ALL OTHER RACE & SPORTS BOOK TICKETS VOID 60 DAYS AFTER EVENT.
That was at Sams Town. Is every property different or is it a set NV rule? I am not sure.
i have some tickets from PH right now that say 120 days for pari-mutuel and 1 year for race/sports book. these tickets are actually 1.5 years old and i just have never made it back to PH to cash them in. eventually i will make it down there and see if they'll cash them even though they're so old.
I'm looking at a losing ticket from the Fremont book that says "pari-mutual tickets void after 120 days. All other Race & Sports Book tickets void after 60 days of event".
I have another from Lucky's that just states void 120 days after event for either.
M is 120 days for either.
I assume other Cantor shops would be the same.
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