Place Your First Sports Bet bonus Up To $600 With Unibet Sportsbook Arizona

Written By Grant Lucas on September 11, 2021 - Last Updated on January 30, 2023
Unibet Arizona Sportsbook Launch Offer

It’s a historic weekend for Arizona.

For the first time ever, the Grand Canyon State heads into opening week of the NFL season, and the second week for college football, with legalized sports betting launched and live.

It would be a shame to miss such fervor from fans who have patiently waited for the return to the gridiron. Fortunately, Unibet Sportsbook did not.

The operator rolled out its mobile betting app on Sept. 9, the first day of regulated wagering in Arizona. And it did so with a bonus offer that may be of interest to Arizona bettors.

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Unibet Arizona $600 sports betting offer

Ahead of a big weekend of college and professional football, Unibet Arizona is now taking legal wagers throughout the state.

What’s more, bettors who are at least 21 years old can sign up and register their accounts with Unibet to become eligible for a bonus offer from the sportsbook.

After depositing into their accounts, new users with Unibet can place their first bets bonus up to $600. So, if you wager on the Arizona Cardinals to win their season-opener against the Tennessee Titans and that bet loses, Unibet will credit your account in the amount of your wager up to $600. Winning wagers will be settled as typically done.

Bettors must wager at least $10 in order to take advantage of this Unibet betting offer and use the promo code BETBONUS when signing up and depositing.

Kindred deal gives Unibet sports betting access out west

For months, Arizona stakeholders had targeted an early September launch of AZ mobile betting apps. And for months, Unibet has been in position to offer its platform to bettors in the Grand Canyon State.

Two months before Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation to clear the path for regulated wagering in Arizona, Kindred Group, which owns Unibet, partnered with the Quechan Tribe of the Fort Yuma Indian Reservation. This deal gave Unibet an avenue not only into Arizona but also California, if it ever legalizes state-regulated sports betting.

Also live in New JerseyPennsylvania, Indiana and Virginia, Unibet also has the opportunity to build out a retail sportsbook at the Quechan Tribe’s Paradise Casino.

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Grant Lucas is a longtime sports writer who has covered the high school, collegiate and professional levels. A graduate of Linfield College in McMinnville, Grant has covered games and written features and columns surrounding prep sports, Linfield and Oregon State athletics, the Portland Trail Blazers and golf throughout his career.

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