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How long to redeem slips?

Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by jamie1983, Aug 23, 2012.

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  1. jamie1983

    jamie1983 Low-Roller

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    How long do you have to redeem your bet slips after a football game?
     
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    shifter Degenerate Gambler

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    h_upmann Low-Roller

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    Where are you guys seeing sportsbook tickets valid for a year?
    Longest I've seen is 120 days on the back of the ticket.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    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.
     
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    M is 120 days for either.
    I assume other Cantor shops would be the same.
     
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