The second season of NFL betting in New Jersey is upon us and we thought it would be wise to revisit some of our favorite NJ sports betting sites for placing a wager on football.
It’s important to note that there are now 16 different sites that will accept sports bets online in New Jersey. All of them are regulated and reliable, but some stand out.
Here are our three favorite NJ sportsbooks for betting on football.
DraftKings Sportsbook offers the best all-around sports betting app in the game. They take the second most action in New Jersey, but they feature the most complete experience. They offer a clean, modern app, the widest range of action we’ve seen, live betting, cash out options, and more.
Additionally, they feature unique ways to bet such as sportsbook pools that allows you to compete in leaderboard style contest against other players. And even more notably, they feature an online casino inside their app, which has live dealers in a DraftKings branded studio wearing sports jerseys. This is a much more modern and fun experience for playing live blackjack online.
DraftKings currently offers new users a $200 first bet match and all users and up to $500 deposit bonus, of which up to $50 is paid out instantly with the remainder being doled out as you play. They are also running no juice NFL spread bets for Week 1.
You’ve probably heard a lot about William Hill, as they brand several physical sportsbooks in New Jersey. However, last year their app lagged behind some of the other powerhouses, but that has all changed this year.
They recently launched an all-new platform in August featuring a renewed focus on live and prop bets. Everything looks and works better and is built for mobile betting. New players who bet $50, get $50 . This isn’t the strongest signup bonus, but it’s one of the bigger and better betting brands out there.
PointsBet is our favorite new sports betting app. They feature the best customer service in the game and they have a unique pointsbetting option, which allows you to win or lose a multiple of your bet. This is a fun addition to traditional betting.
They cater to both casual (by way of promotions) and professional (by way of accepting up to $10,000 game day bets) bettors. They are one of the few sportsbooks that has said they are looking to take sharp action. Their tech is second to none and the app is fun to use. We like PointsBet a lot.
New users who deposit $50, get $100 .
You can read our full NJ sports betting page to see all of the sportsbooks we recommend, but these are the three best for betting on football this season.