Looking for a sportsbook to sign up with in Arizona? WynnBet has an offer that may make that decision a little easier.
Now pre-launched in the Grand Canyon State, WynnBet is now ready to accept new customers in Arizona. On top of also being able to fund their mobile betting accounts, new users to the sportsbook can unlocks $200 in bonus bets to use when legal wagering launches Sept. 9.
But the rewards don’t stop there.
How to claim offer from WynnBet Arizona
When Arizona sports betting goes live in time for the first game of the NFL season, WynnBet Arizona will be there to get the action going for its Arizona customers. And not only with that $200 offer.
New users to WynnBet must create an account with the sportsbook and opt into the welcome offer by clicking the “Deposit Now” button. Then, they must make a first deposit of $20 or more before midnight on Sept. 9.
When the state authorizes regulated wagering that day, WynnBet bettors looking to claim the $200 offer must place an eligible bet. Here’s where the additional reward comes into play: That first wager will be bonus up to $1,000 between midnight Sept. 9 and 5:15 p.m. PT Sept. 13.
Once the wager settles, users will receive WynnBet’s $200 in bonus bets.
Signing up with WynnBet Arizona
In just a few minutes, new users to WynnBet, partnered with the San Carlos Apache Tribe, can create their mobile betting accounts.
To do so, they will need to provide a couple of pieces of personal information to help WynnBet verify their ages and identies. This allows the sportsbook to ensure customers are eligible to participate in legal sports betting in Arizona.
When registering their accounts, users will need to submit the following:
- Full legal name
- Date of birth
- Last four digits of Social Security number
- Residential address
- Email address
Finally, customers will need to agree to WynnBet’s terms and conditions. After that, it’s smooth sailing. Feel free to set up a payment method to fund your account, and take advantage of the WynnBet bonus.
Obviously, since WynnBet’s offer is predicated on users placing their first bets, customers cannot fully cash in on the offer until Arizona launches sports betting Sept. 9.