16.05.2022 - Last updated on: 28.04.2023
DFS ONLY | 18+ (19+ or 21+ where required) | T&C’s Apply | Available in Canada and AL, AK, AR, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, KS, KY, LA, MD, MA, MN, MO, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WV, WI, WY
Summary of OwnersBox Promo Codes:
Bonus: Deposit match up to $500
No promo code is required!
The minimum deposit requirement is $10
The bonus will be rewarded in site credit (OwnersBucks)
Available in all locations in which the product is legal and active
Bonus: Free $5 entry in Lighting Lineups and SuperFlex
No promo code required
The product will automatically add a promo code that allows one entry in each contest.
All winnings from the promo codes have a 3:1 playthrough requirement
Available in all locations in which the product is legal and active
New customers have an excellent chance to test the OwnersBox app without making a deposit while also having the chance to build site credit right away when a first deposit is made. The first deposit bonus is matched in site credit under the name “OwnersBucks,” which converts to real money the more a customer plays.
It may seem confusing at first, but the more a customer plays, the more they will reap the benefits of their first deposit match. Since the conversion rate on OwnersBucks to real money increases the more a user plays, a new customer can quickly become an experienced customer with this system.
The nice part of all of the new customer rewards is the ability customers have to test out the app before committing to a deposit. This is a subtle way of the product betting on itself to retain users once they play for free, but based on our experience and reading reviews on the App Store, it is an effective system.
Signing up for the OwnersBox DFS app is a very efficient process and allows customers to get started playing without any hassle.
Download the product from either the App Store or Google Play Store.
Once downloaded, customers can select “Sign Up Now” and begin choosing a username and password.
Users will then need to fill out their personal information, including address and DOB.
If the product cannot initially verify the customer's identity, then they may be asked to fill out the last four digits of their social security number.
Lastly, customers can enter a promo code if they have one.
Once the account is created, customers can make their first deposit and receive a 100% deposit match up to $500, with no promo code required.
The Ownersbox app does not offer typical promos to existing customers, but instead, they can still earn rewards through the OwnersBucks reward program. Each user is separated by rank, which will change as the user competes in contests and as they continue to use the app. When a user enters a contest, a percentage of their entry fee goes towards the app-based currency, OwnersBox.
In turn, as the user continues to compete in contests, the conversion rate at which they can exchange OwnersBucks into real money increases. Essentially every time a contest is entered, more money will become eligible to be converted into real money, so there is an incentive to keep playing daily.
The OwnersBox app is currently legal in AL, AK, AR, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, KS, KY, LA, MD, MA, MN, MO, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WV, WI, WY, and all of Canada.
Currently no promo code is required in order to receive the OwnersBox app's new customer signup reward.
Customers can enter a promo code on the OwnersBox app when submitting their lineup for a contest. Some codes might even be added automatically.
In order to start the withdrawal process on the OwnersBox app, customers can go their "profile" page and select withdraw. From there they can select their preferred method. It may take up to five days for a withdrawal to be processed.
The OwnersBox fantasy app can be downloaded from either the App Store or Google Play Store.
With any type of DFS product, safety is important and the OwnersBox app guarantees account safety.
After starting business in Canada, the OwnersBox DFS app has made its way to the U.S. and is now legal in 36 states and Washington, D.C. The exciting product offers three competition styles lasting either one day or one week, so users don’t have to wait an entire season to wait for their fantasy sports payouts.
Customers in AL, AK, AR, CA, CO, DC, FL, GA, IL, KS, KY, LA, MD, MA, MN, MO, NE, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WV, WI, WY, and all of Canada can download the product from either the App Store or Google Play Store. With so many DFS products on the market, it can be tough to build a reputation, but the exciting and creative contests offered on this product certainly give the app big potential in the market moving forward.
The app itself provides a user-friendly experience that would be suitable for customers new to DFS products and fantasy sports veterans. Customers will find that the app is highly efficient and offers a high-quality drafting format that will make the process enjoyable and easy to learn for those who are new to the competition styles.
Currently, users can only choose to participate in contests for four leagues, including the MLB, NBA, NFL, and NHL. The lack of leagues offered, along with a need for payment options, are the two areas that could possibly hold the product back from reaching its full potential in the market.
Customers looking to use the OwnersBox fantasy app have the option to partake in three different types of contests. All three contests are short-term, with two of the options lasting one day per contest and the last option lasting one week. The day-long contests go by “SuperFlex” contests or “Lightning Lineups,” while the week-long contest goes by the name “Weekly Bracket.”
Contests can be separated by the entry price and participant limit, which means there are plenty of contests that can satisfy users who want to play for free or for $5 or users that want to create $150 lineups. All three contests feature plenty of options in terms of possible payouts and follow typical DFS drafting rules and scoring that are found across most products.
Users can participate in all three contests for the MLB, NHL, NBA, and NFL. Over time we expect that more leagues and sports will be made available on the product.
SuperFlex contests are traditional short-term DFS contests that are offered for all four major sports. Users can choose from a wide range of contests and create lineups under a salary cap to compete for varying prize pools.
The lineup creation process can be done at any time, and users can submit their lineup to more than one contest. Although it is a drafting process, the customers create their lineups by themselves and not in a traditional snake draft.
The “Lightning Lineups” contest mode is one of the most creative contests in the DFS market, as users can choose the best three-person pre-set lineup out of three options to score the most point. If customers don’t like any of the three options, they can select “spin,” and the app will generate three more lineups to choose from.
Users are not competing with other players in this mode, as they will win as long as their selected lineup outscores the other two. The payout system is on a multiplier, so the more lineups the user decides to compete against, the higher the payout. For example, a $10 entry with just three lineups would have a multiplier of 2.25, so the payout would be $22.50 on a win.
The longest contest offered by OwnersBox are “Weekly Bracket” contests that last seven days and are H2H competitions. This mode features a live snake draft and has more of a traditional fantasy sports feel but is condensed into one week. Users can select competitions based on the number of players or payouts, and they also have the option to create their own contests that are private to them and whoever they may invite.
Each contest may have different roster sizes or fantasy point systems, so it is always important to read the contest details before entering, as some events could also be tournaments. Within each contest, there are a limited amount of games a player can earn points from, which are called “game opportunities,” and these vary depending on the position of the player drafted.
Making the payment and withdrawal process easy on customers is an integral part of all DFS and sportsbook apps, and while the OwnersBox app features the most popular payment method, it could certainly use an upgrade in terms of available options. Currently, customers can only make a deposit through either online banking or with a credit/debit card. While these are widely used and popular methods, some customers do not like using these options for sports betting-related transactions, which is why we would like to see some e-wallet options added.
The minimum deposit for both methods is $10, and it is worth noting that users based in Canada can only make deposits through credit cards. In terms of depositing restrictions, users based in Maryland and Massachusetts can only deposit up to $1,000 per month, and users based in Tennessee can only deposit up to $2,500 a month.
When it comes to withdrawals, U.S based customers can choose either online banking or getting a check mailed to them. It may take up to five business days for withdrawals to process, and customers must use any money that is received from winning a contest with a bonus or reward before they can officially withdraw it. The product has a 10-1 playthrough requirement for all winnings made through bonuses.
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Fantasy sports fans looking to download the OwnersBox app can find the product on either the App Store or Google Play Store. Currently, on the App Store, the product has accumulated 233 ratings and has a 4.6 out of 5-star rating. On the Google Play Store, the app has been reviewed 178 times and has warranted a 4.5 out of 5-star review.
When first using the app, it is easy to notice the high level of responsiveness it has, which is important so users can avoid the product crashing or freezing during a DFS draft. We had zero problems with responsiveness, no matter what type of contest we were entering or how long we spent on the product.
The overall layout can come across as confusing at first before the customer learns what the different types of contests are and how they work. Once customers feel comfortable with the contests, the layout is very user-friendly and makes finding everything a very simple process. Additionally, the layout of the drafts is very organized and would not be overwhelming for a user who is new to DFS products.
The website platform for OwnersBox is very similar to the app, as it includes all the same features, just in a wider format. For customers who have long preferred to do fantasy drafts on their laptop or computer, this web platform has an excellent layout that makes doing so incredibly easy.
Much like the app, once the customer gets comfortable with the different contests, finding and navigating everything becomes very efficient. Customers can quickly access their account information to make a deposit or withdrawal, or they can easily access the “MyPlayer” feed for up-to-date news on players in their lineup.
There are a few ways to stand out in a market that is as crowded as the DFS market, and the OwnersBox app has succeeded in finding some of those ways. The creative contests allow for quick payouts, more prizes, and the ability to enjoy fantasy sports without sinking money into a long-term team investment. With a quality drafting format and user-friendly app, we feel as if the product has a lot of potential moving forward.
Of course, there are always things that could use improvement, and in this case, it revolves around adding more in order to compete with the products that currently sit atop the market. These additions include more sports to compete in competitions for, as one of the biggest sports missing is golf. Asides from that, we would also like to see more payment options added, which again is an area where the product does not stack up well in comparison to the most used products for DFS.
All in all, we would recommend this product and do expect that those additions will be made in the future. If a DFS user is bored of the same old contests or wants to get into more short-term products, then this app would be an excellent place to start.