Where to Place Your NJ Sports Bets This Super Bowl 2019

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This is the first time ever that sports fans in New Jersey will be able to place bets on the Super Bowl.

Recently, New Jersey became the third state to offer legal and regulated sports betting.

Since the Supreme Court overturned PASPA, (The Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act of 1992) sportsbooks have been launching at a fast pace

There are now nine sportsbooks and nine mobile sports betting apps for fans to choose from.

Atlantic City casinos gear up for NJ sports betting

Atlantic City casinos and sportsbooks are gearing up for a multitude of sports betting enthusiasts to line up at their betting windows as soon as Super Bowl Sunday approaches.

The 53rd NFL Super Bowl falls on February 3rd this year and kickoff will take place at 6:30 pm (EST). If you’re lucky enough to watch the game at Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium, then bundle up because it will be a cold one.

And if you’re planning to place your NJ sports betting wagers in Atlantic City casinos, well you now have the luxury of choice.

Atlantic City is home to seven sportsbooks, while two more racetracks offer sports betting as well. NJ sports betting enthusiasts will be anticipating this day and taking advantage of the abundance of NJ sports betting facilities.

Here’s a breakdown of where to place your bets in New Jersey on Super Bowl Sunday.

Resorts Atlantic City

Resorts Atlantic City is part of the Resorts Casino Hotel, which takes up a massive 11 acres of Atlantic City’s boardwalk. This sportsbook resulted from a partnership with The Stars Group and DraftKings. Sports bettors can enjoy six betting windows, four self-service kiosks, 15 television screens, and a VIP seating area complete with food and bottle service – all inside this astounding 80,016 square-foot casino.

Golden Nugget Atlantic City

Golden Nugget’s sportsbooks, located within Golden Nugget hotel, casino, and marina and can hold over 100 patrons. This property, purchased from Trump Entertainment Resorts, has the luxury of five videos walls along with nine self-service kiosks and lounge areas.

Ocean Resort Casino

Ocean Resort Casino, the renovated Revel casino, is in partnership with William Hill to provide Ocean Resort’s sportsbook. The casino’s gaming floor holds this 7,500 square foot sportsbook with comfortable seating, a multitude of betting windows, and a large central bar.

Borgata Casino

Owned and operated by MGM and the very first in Atlantic City to offer sports betting, Borgata has since been the top-grossing land-based casino in Atlantic City. Borgata’s sportsbook lounge provides its patrons with 10 betting windows, a video wall, a large viewing area and 100 seats with individual flat-screen monitors. Kiosks are also provided for horse race betting.

Tropicana Atlantic City

Tropicana’s temporary 125,935 square feet of gaming space is located in Tropicana Casino & Resort Atlantic City, owned by Gaming and Leisure Properties and operated by Eldorado Resorts and powered by William Hill. While the permanent facility is under construction, bettors can place their sports bets at kiosks in Hooters, Chickie’s & Pete’s, Rí Rá Irish Pub, and A Dam Good Sports Bar.

Caesars Atlantic City, Harrah’s and Bally’s

Caesars Entertainment launched sportsbooks in two of its locations, however, did not open one at Caesars. It’s two sportsbooks, located at Harrah’s and Bally’s casinos, both provide its sports enthusiasts with comfortable seating, video walls, and plenty of betting windows and kiosks.


The Meadowlands Sports Complex is home to the FanDuel Sportsbook as well as a home to the New York Giants and Jets. This sportsbook offers tons of seating as well as over 50 televisions and a full bar for sports betting enthusiasts to enjoy.

Monmouth Park

William Hill teamed up with the legendary Monmouth Park as well to create a large sportsbook equipped with 16 betting windows. There are video and live feed walls around the room with six extra windows in the sports bar. The sportsbook witnessed the first legal sports bet placed in the state of New Jersey. Gov. Phil Murphy cast the vote on June 14th at a Monmouth Park ceremony.

Hard Rock AC

Hard Rock is expected to launch its sportsbook in early 2019. This is a big time for NJ sports betting so sports enthusiasts can expect a launch very soon.

Although sportsbooks have been gaining popularity and Atlantic City casinos are quickly becoming revived through the legalization of NJ sports betting, it still cannot compete with legal online sports betting. Let’s face it, we live in a world of convenience, and what’s more convenient than making money straight from your mobile device? As long as bettors are inside New Jersey state lines, they are free to place wagers on the NFL Super Bowl using NJ sports betting apps. Here is the breakdown of these mobile NJ sports betting apps in the Garden State.

DraftKings NJ sports betting app

Fantasy sports site, DraftKings Online Sportsbook, became the first to launch a sports betting app. The site went live on August 6th, 2018 and is available for both Android and iOS. DraftKings offers in-game betting and players can bet any time of day. The welcome offer at hand is $35 of free bets.

BetStars NJ sports betting app

BetStars NJ Online Sportsbook was recently launched as a product of PokerStars and offers up to $500 on first deposits. This site also offers in-play betting and is available to both Android and iOS devices.

FanDuel NJ sports betting app

FanDuel, recently acquired by Paddy Power Betfair and opened their sportsbook at Meadowlands. The site offers up to $500 risk-free bet. FanDuel also provides seasonal offers so keep an eye out for those Super Bowl specials. Bettors can download the app to Android or iOS devices.

Caesars NJ sports betting app

Caesars Online Sportsbook is powered by Scientific Games and launched in 2018 just in time for NFL season. Caesars welcome offer is $10 in free bets. Sports bettors have full access to Caesars Online Sportsbook’s Total Rewards program. It is also available for Android and iOS devices.

888 NJ sports betting app

888 NJ Sportsbook is the sports betting app from 888Sport, sports betting branch of 888 Holdings. It offers new players $10 free for simply signing up. In addition, on the first deposit of $10 or more, there is a 100 percent deposit match of up to $500. The app can be downloaded by Android or iOS devices.

SugarHouse NJ sports betting app

SugarHouse stepped into the NJ sports betting market with its SugarHouse Sportsbook, innovatively merging its NJ online casino with its sports betting app. This provides players with a shared wallet to bet on sports as well as play casino games. Players can download the app on both Android and iOS devices. Their welcome offer? Up To $250 on first deposits.

William Hill NJ sports betting app

William Hill opened the Sportsbook at Monmouth Park as well as William Hill Sportsbook at Ocean Resort Casino. In September of 2018, the company launched its mobile sports betting app and online sportsbook. Bettors can download the app to Android or iOS devices.

PlayMGM NJ sports betting app

PlayMGM Sports NJ was a product of MGM Resorts International. They joined the NJ sports betting market with its online sportsbook, PlayMGM, in August of 2018. PlayMGM offers a $25 signup bonus. Bettors can download the app to Android or iOS devices.

PointsBet NJ sports betting app

PointsBet hasn’t been around for so long however their NJ sports betting app delivers a twist to what fans are used to. PointsBet NJ offers a point spread to flavor their sports betting. New users are offered a free $50 bonus when signing up. They also have access to $500 towards two “risk-free” bets, which can be used on a PointsBetting wager as well as a traditional wager.

NJ sports betting apps offer varieties of betting options however they all differ in one way or another. With a multitude of sportsbooks and NJ sports betting apps in the Garden State, sports fans will have countless ways to rake in NFL sports betting winnings on NFL Super Bowl Sunday.


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