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Unibet Iowa Promo Codes & Review

Unibet has been a staple of the European Sports Betting game since the late 1990s. Originally based in Earl’s Court in London, they now have their main HQ on the Mediterranean island of Malta. They moved into the US market like many companies first in NJ before crossing over the state line to PA. 

Unibet launched in the Hawkeye State on September 1, 2021. They are partnered with Caesars Entertainment and Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino along with the Missouri River. A prime location as it is right on the state line so attracts customers from both Iowa and Nebraska.

To gain the attention of the market in the state, Unibet is opening up with a Risk-Free initial bet worth up to $500.

One of their big plays to entice new customers is a nice little parlay boost. This is certainly one that will interest those who enjoy a bit of a flutter on a Fall or Winter weekend as the College Football and NFL seasons play out.

A three-leg parlay will see odds boosted by 10%

A four-leg parlay will see odds boosted by 20%

A five-leg parlay will see odds boosted by 30%.

Pretty sweet. The one stipulation they have is every leg of the parlay has to have odds of greater than -500. So no just piling up on the extremely short prices!

They also have a PigSkin Parlay Super Boost which sees a 50% boost on an eight-leg parlay. So if you are a big parlay bettor then Unibet in Iowa is a Sportsbook you should seriously consider.

Both the desktop and mobile sites offer live streaming of select games which gives bettors the opportunity to track their live in-game bets and perhaps take advantage of the cash-out option if things are going south.


  • Live in-game betting prominent on site
  • Cash-out available
  • Live streaming of select games
  • Overwhelming number of wagers available
  • Simple display puts emphasis on bets not beauty


  • No Mobile specific bonuses on offer
  • Fringe sports markets are limited


  • Deposit options are many including Visa/Mastercard, ACH (eCheck), PayPal, PayNearMe, online bank transfer, Cash at Hurrah’s Council Bluffs Casino cage or Unibet Play+ Prepaid Card
  • The withdrawal options are: PayPal, Online bank transfer, cash at Hurrah’s Council Bluffs Casino cage or Unibet Prepaid Play+ Card


Unibet have a green logo and boy do you notice it on their mobile app. The desktop displays info in three columns, showing sports and leagues on the left, specific games in the middle and bets to the right. The mobile set up utilizes separate screens but is easy enough to navigate.


Depositing and withdrawals are as easy as you’d come to expect from an established company. Deposits happen almost instantly and withdrawal timing depends on which option you choose. Cash at cage and Unibet Prepaid Play+ Card are the quickest, followed by PayPal with checks taking possibly 10-14 days. The online cashier was straightforward to use.


Personal details are encrypted by Unibet’s 128-bit SSL to protect bettors’ personal information, the site monitors and informs the user if it detects suspicious activity.  


Have problems? With customers on both side of the pond, Unibet offers 24/7 customer service. A live chat connects you to a representative almost immediately with email taking a tad longer. 


The site with its intuitive and very clean design makes for a quick and easy navigation for bettors.

OVERALL ****1/2

Unibet wants a firm foothold in the U.S. and is working to make it happen by taking the tortoise route rather than the hare. A steady progress with support from years of experience abroad should keep customers satisfied and coming back.

The people behind this page

The's online gambling content experts who helped write, edit and check this page:
Jack Kitson is the Editor of Betting Odds and The Sack Race. He is an NCTJ-qualified sports journalist who has accumulated over 10 years of experience in the sports betting industry. His work on The Sack Race was honoured by a panel of experts at the Football Blogging Awards where it was named the Best Gambling Football Blog. Jack created the popular YouTube series ‘In The Managers Office’ featuring exclusives with Chris Wilder and Ian Holloway, while his work has been referenced within numerous publications such as The Guardian, BBC Sport, The New York Times, and Washington Post.