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What states allow wagering on NASCAR through a sportsbook app?

Author: AmericanGambler1234 | Last Updated: April 19, 2019

In the United States it is legal to wager on NASCAR in as many as 19 states currently. As mentioned, this is a number that appears to be rapidly growing, and while nobody can say for sure, by the start of the 2020 NASCAR season there could be in the neighborhood of twenty five states that have legal sports wagering.

You can now bet on 2020 Daytona 500 with online from NJ at bet365 (use code NJGAMBLER) or William Hill (promo code WHGAMBELR150), from Pennsylvania via mobile app BetRivers or from Indiana with SugarHouse bet app (code SUGARGAMBLER). These bookies have odds and lines on NASCAR races and promotions for the new customers. Check them out!

Bet on NASCAR odds online with the following Sportsbooks in 2020:

  • William Hill
  • bet365
  • BetRivers
  • SugarHouse
  • TheScore
  • BetMGM
  • Unibet

Many of the sportsbooks in Nevada, Pennsylvania, Indiana and New Jersey, along with several other states allow wagering using a casino sportsbook betting app. These betting apps, such as bet365, William Hill, betMGM, SugarHouse or BetRivers allow the user to wager on sports from the touch of their smartphone, provided they are within the legal state boundary.

This makes wagering far more convenient, and more importantly it allows the handicapper to shop odds of perspective wagers. It is imperative for anyone who is approaching sports wagering as anything more than a hobby to be sure and take advantage of any possible price edges. Shopping prices is about the easiest way to maximize gains and control losses. This is especially true for NASCAR in comparison to wagering on other sports. Each week with a little shopping you can likely find vastly different prices on the same perspective wagers.

Why would a handicapper lay -125, when the simple act of scouting prices could yield the same wager at -110? You wouldn’t. If you want to treat this as a profession then wagering by app and shopping prices is absolutely one of the most important tools at the disposal of the modern professional handicapper. This is one of the simplest, yet most overlooked aspects of wagering at a professional level with ease of today’s technology.

These NASCAR betting apps in the USA are only available to use while in the states where wagering is already legal. However, if you are a visitor to these destinations then you can easily open an account and wager while located in the state where betting is legal. They can be funded and withdrawn while within the state boundaries as well. The SouthPoint Casino and Westgate Superbook are just two of the many sportsbooks that offer outstanding sports wagering apps which can be used while visiting Nevada.

Again, this type of wagering approach is highly encouraged for price shopping and live in-game wagering. From a psychological standpoint as a handicapper, it is far better to take your time and avoid the crowds of betting at a brick and mortar sportsbook. Further, the sportsbook app allows the bettor to capture the line movement which can change very rapidly.

These NJ/IN/PA Nascar sportsbook apps in 2020 are not the same as what is referred to by the term global sportsbooks. Global sportsbooks are located offshore from the United States and are independently operated online.

Part of the event based growth in NASCAR wagering has already begun. For example in 2018, at the Monster Mile in Dover, Delaware which hosts two NASCAR races, bettors were permitted to wager on the race at the track betting windows. This is likely to continue to grow with the progression of sportsbook apps taking a significant market share in states where it is legal to wager.