Football is big in Arizona, mainly thanks to the Arizona Cardinals. But it is just about to get bigger with the launch of sports betting in the state on September 9, making Arizona Cardinals sports betting on the horizon.
Yes, that is just in time for the NFL season and to bet on the Arizona Cardinals.
The Cardinals have only made it to the Super Bowl once, in 200, but ended up losing the big game in the final minutes. So, even though they aren’t always a team sports bettors like to wager on, things might start to be different with their revamped roster.
The Arizona Cardinals play at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, which currently doesn’t have a partnership in place to allow a retail sportsbook, but there is plenty of time to get that done. Luckily, there are other options in the state when it comes to placing a bet on the Arizona Cardinals.
Where Can You Bet On The Arizona Cardinals?
As of now, you can’t bet at where the Cardinals play, but partnerships across the state have formed so there will be some online apps available on September 9. The opening of retail sportsbooks in the state is still unknown since they need to be built.
Only a few sportsbook apps have received approval from the state. More sportsbook partnerships are expected to be made over time.
Current sportsbook apps available in Arizona:
Retail sportsbooks will also be opening up across the state due to the partnerships formed between sportsbooks and local casinos and sports franchises.
BetMGM is rumored to have partnered with Gila River Hotels and Casinos, which are located throughout the Phoenix area. Gila River Hotel and Casino Vee Quiva is a short drive from State Farm Stadium, which would make it the closest retail sportsbook.
Not far from where the Cardinals play football is the Footprint Center and Chase Field. Both of which have inked partnership deals. FanDuel partnered with the Phoenix Suns to allow online sports betting through its app and open a sportsbook lounge inside the arena. Chase Field and the Diamondbacks partnered with Caesars to open a sportsbook bar across the street and also offer online sports betting. Caesars also worked out a deal with Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino.
Bally’s also inked a deal with the Phoenix Mercury to open a sportsbook near the Footprint Center.
Located in Scottsdale, TPC Scottsdale and the PGA made a deal with DraftKings to allow sports betting through its app and to open a sportsbook on the golf course.
How To Bet On The Arizona Cardinals in Arizona
If you are looking to take a risk and place a wager on the Arizona Cardinals, it will be easy to do so once September 9 rolls around.
First, take a look at the different sportsbook options available, such as BetMGM.
- Find the sportsbook app and download it to your mobile device.
- Register with the sportsbook by providing basic information and verifying your identity, age, and location.
- Deposit funds to place a bet by either using a debit card, credit card, or e-wallet like Paypal.
- Check to see if the app offers any bonus offers.
- Time to make your bet on the Arizona Cardinals!
How To Bet On The Super Bowl In Arizona
The Super Bowl in 2022 will be the first time sports bettors in the state can bet on the big game. There is expected to be a partnership with a sportsbook and State Farm Stadium by that time, adding another option for Arizona sports bettors.
The Cardinals haven’t been back to the Super Bowl since their appearance in 2009, but things are looking up for the team and fans are hopeful they will make it back to the Super Bowl sooner rather than later.
State Farm Stadium is going to be the home of Super Bowl LVII in 2023, making Phoenix a prime location for sports bettors.
Arizona Cardinals Sports Betting FAQs
Yes. Sportsbooks in Arizona allow bets on the Arizona Cardinals and other local sports teams.
If BetMGM opens a retail sportsbook inside Gila River Hotel and Casino Vee Quiva in Laveen, it will be the closest retail sportsbook to State Farm Stadium. If not, then FanDuel inside the Footprint Center.
BetMGM has the best odds for the Arizona Cardinals with them sitting at +3500 to win the Super Bowl.
Yes. After creating a partnership with the PGA And TPC Scottsdale, DraftKings is legal in the state.
Yes. FanDuel partnered with the Phoenix Suns to offer legal sports betting in Arizona.
Yes. DraftKings offers odds on the Arizona Cardinals as well as every other NFL team for weekly match-ups, the Super Bowl, and more.