New Jersey has more than 20 online sportsbooks. For our purposes here, we’ll stick to some of the major brands so this page doesn’t get unruly.
FanDuel is one of the top names in sports betting for good reason. The sportsbook has incredible market depth, with props galore for every sport. The platform offers same game parlays and plenty of other bet types. You can combine FanDuel’s same-game parlays into mega-bets with astronomical odds, too.
FanDuel’s app is among the easiest to use of any platform in the business. It’s streamlined, fast, and easy on the eyes.
New users at FanDuel New Jersey get a no sweat first bet up to $1,000.
Draftkings is another massive sports betting company with a lot going for it. A simple and intuitive app experience makes way for a plethora of bets and markets. The Dynasty rewards program lets you earn points as you bet, too.
New DraftKings bettors get a 20% deposit match up to $1,000. That full bonus requires a whopping $5,000 deposit, but it does scale. If you only deposit $100, for example, you’d get a $20 bonus.
BetMGM calls itself the king of sportsbooks, and we've gotta admit, it earns the crown. It’s as good if not better than many of New Jersey’s other sportsbooks. BetMGM has a fast and sleek interface with plenty of easy navigational tools.
FIrst-time New Jersey BetMGM users get a risk-free first bet up to $1,000.
From the wide world of land-based casinos comes Caesars sportsbook, an excellent platform for New Jersey bettors. Caesars originally launched in NJ as William Hill, but Caesars bought the business and promptly rebranded. Now, it’s among the best sportsbooks in any market.
Caesars users who sign up get a deposit match of 100% up to $2,000.
Unibet has one of the most impressive international sports offerings of any sportsbook in the US. If you’re a soccer, cricket, or rugby fan, this sportsbook might be the one for you. On top of its market depth, Unibet has plenty of great features to keep you coming back.
New Unibet bettors get a risk-free first bet up to $250.
PointsBet rose to prominence first in Australia, then made its way to the US, quickly becoming a top-tier sportsbook in many markets. PointsBet has some of the coolest features you’ll find at any sportsbook, including the unique PointsBetting wager type and the Name Your Bet feature, which allows you to request a bet that otherwise isn’t listed on the platform.
When you sign up for PointsBet, you get two risk-free bets totaling $2,000. The first is a traditional wager up to $500. The second is a PointsBetting bet up to $1,500.
theScore got its start at a media company. Now it’s a full-fledged sportsbook with the weight of a gigantic media presence behind it. If you like to read about sports and quickly jump to a betting platform to make informed wagers, theScore is a great platform.
New bettors at theScore Bet get a 100% match up to $1,000 plus a risk-free first bet up to $500.