WynnBet Sportsbook Launches In Arizona, Offering Up To $1,000 bonus bet

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

Believe it or not, the day has finally arrived. Legal sports betting is live in Arizona.

Months of anticipation gave way to reality as the first mobile betting apps launched in the Grand Canyon State. And just in time for the first week of the NFL season — as planned.

The saying goes you can’t win if you don’t bet, but WynnBet offers more than just plenty of wagering options. On top of its wide selection of betting markets, the newly introduced Arizona sportsbook also boasts a worthwhile bonus offer.

WynnBet Arizona offering $1,000 bonus bet

With a full slate of college football on Saturday, followed a day later by the first Sunday of NFL action, there’s plenty to bet on. And WynnBet Arizona has several enticing promos for bettors in the state.

To begin with, new users with WynnBet can take advantage of a massive bonus bet after making their first deposits. Simply sign up and complete the registration process, then deposit $20 into your online sports betting accounts. Place a bet before 5:15 p.m. on Sept. 13, and that wager becomes bonus up to $1,000.

What does that mean? If your bet loses, WynnBet will credit your account in full.

Additionally, WynnBet features a Triple the Spread promotion specifically for Sunday’s game between the Arizona Cardinals and Tennessee Titans. The Cardinals enter that game as 3-point underdogs. However, Triple the Spread makes pushes that line from +3 to +9. When using this promotion, Cardinals backers only need the team to win or lose by eight points or less.

WynnBet sets a $20 max bet for Triple the Spread.

WynnBet AZ mobile betting app live, retail next step?

In July, WynnBet gained market access to Arizona by way of a partnership with the San Carlos Apache Tribe.

While also allowing the brand to introduce a mobile sportsbook, the San Carlos Apache also provides WynnBet an opportunity to potentially set up retail sports betting at either of the tribe’s casinos, Apache Sky Casino and Apache Gold Casino.

At the time of announcement earlier this summer, WynnBet became the first sportsbook to partner with an Arizona tribe. Now live with its online sportsbook, WynnBet adds Arizona to its growing list of states in which it offers regulated wagering:

  • Colorado
  • Indiana
  • Michigan
  • New Jersey
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
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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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