Snap a photo of your slip, enter the ticket info, set your Sale Price, enter your credit card info (for insurance purposes only), and click Submit. You’re all set!
Once it sells we’ll let you know via email with directions on how to mail in your slip to our office. In order to receive your money, you must mail in your slip within 7 calendar days.
Click on the ticket you like, and then click the Buy button. If you live in an approved state, you can use your credit or debit card to complete the purchase.
Any ticket you purchase will appear on your My Tickets page, under the Not Listed tab. At any point, you can list that ticket for sale by clicking into the ticket and then clicking Change to Active. Even during a game!
If you purchase a winning ticket, PropSwap will send it to you via certified mail. You can either cash the ticket in-person at the casino, or mail it in and the casino will send you a check.
1. MARKETPLACE where Buyers can purchase sportsbook tickets from Sellers, who have listed their ticket for sale.
2. WAREHOUSE for people to leave their sports betting tickets with us. This applies to VISITORS to Las Vegas, as well as LOCALS. Keep your slips stored safely with PropSwap, to avoid the inevitable wear & tear, water damage, or theft! When the ticket sells, we pay you 90% of the Sale Price. There is ZERO listing fee for PropSwap.
Why would a Seller list their slip?
Two reasons: 1) Because they can profit from a ticket that loses. Before PropSwap, you’d either win the full Collect Amount, or none of it. PropSwap is filling that gap between $0 and the Collect Amount. 2) It allows the Seller to exit out of a bad investment. They’d rather sell their ticket at a loss and recoup some money, than lose the entire amount.
Why would a Buyer buy a slip on PropSwap?
This one’s pretty simple. Because they can get better odds than in the casino! Say a Seller risks $500 on the Saints to win OVER 8 games, and they start 1-3. Seller would list that ticket for $200 on PropSwap, and you get a bargain! Not to mention, Over/Under Win Totals aren’t available in the sportsbooks once the season kicks off.