Betting on the Super Bowl from your couch is convenient and easy. Online betting is now available in states around the country.
Here’s a quick look at where you can bet on the Super Bowl online. Below you can find some of the best sportsbook options in your state:
States with legal online Super Bowl betting 2022
In order to bet in the Super Bowl in these states, you need to have an active account at a legal sportsbook and be within the state’s borders when placing a wager.
- Arizona: Online betting arrived in late 2021, with a robust offering of apps for bettors in the state. More about Arizona sportsbook apps.
- Colorado: The state has more online sportsbooks than any state in the US. More about Colorado sportsbook apps.
- Connecticut: There are just three options in the state, but they include market leaders DraftKings and FanDuel. More about Connecticut sportsbook apps.
- Illinois: Illinois has several apps, but in order to complete sign up, you will have to visit a physical casino. That will change in March, but not in time for the Super Bowl. More about Illinois sportsbook apps.
- Indiana: Indiana is a bettor-friendly state that has had online betting since 2019. More about Indiana sportsbook apps.
- Iowa: Another midwestern state with a lot of choice in apps for bettors, there are plenty of options to bet on the Big Game. More about Iowa sportsbook apps.
- Louisiana: This is the newest state with online betting, as it launched just last month. More about Louisiana sportsbook apps.
- Michigan: There are more than a dozen legal options in the state. More about Michigan sportsbook apps.
- Nevada: The first state to have online betting is still one of the biggest. More about Nevada sportsbook apps.
- New Hampshire: Only one app is legal in New Hampshire, and it’s DraftKings. More about NH sportsbook apps.
- New Jersey: This is one of the states that features the most choice for bettors, with more than 20 apps to choose from. More about NJ sportsbook apps.
- New York: NY online sports betting launched just last month, and it’s already the biggest state for betting activity in the US. More about NY sportsbook apps.
- Oregon: DraftKings is the only statewide betting app. More about Oregon sportsbook apps.
- Pennsylvania: One of the states that features online casinos alongside physical sportsbooks, you have more than a dozen options. More about PA sportsbook apps.
- Rhode Island: There is just one app available in the state. More about RI sportsbook apps.
- Tennessee: Only online sportsbooks exist in Tennessee. More about TN sportsbook apps.
- Virginia: A state that only has online sportsbooks, there are a variety of apps to choose from. More about VA sportsbook apps.
- Washington DC: DC is not a state, but it still has legal online betting. There are also apps that are available in certain locations. More about DC sportsbook apps.
- West Virginia: West Virginia was one of the early adopters of online betting and offers several options. More about WV sportsbook apps.
- Wyoming: The smallest state in the union in terms of population has a handful of sports betting options to choose from. More about Wyoming sportsbook apps.
Other options for betting on the Super Bowl in the US
Some states have just betting at retail sportsbooks, sometimes with an option to bet online while at or near a certain property. Those states include:
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- South Dakota
- Washington state
Online betting is coming to both Ohio and Maryland as well, likely by the end of the year. Florida briefly had legal betting in 2021, before court challenges forced the only app in operation to close down.
Interestingly, betting is not yet legal in the home state of either of the teams in the Super Bowl. Californians will be able to vote on potential sports betting legalization in November.
Offshore sportsbooks claim to be legal in the US
You may see a number of sportsbooks that say they accept US customers during the Super Bowl that are actually offshore sportsbooks. These sportsbooks do not operate in the US legally and are not regulated by US states.
Some of those sportsbooks include Bovada, BetOnline and MyBookie, to name a few.