What Sports Can You Bet On In Michigan?
Michigan sportsbooks allow betting on NFL football, college football, college basketball, NHL hockey, NBA basketball, MLB baseball, MLS soccer and literally dozens of other foreign and domestic sports. Check with your favorite sportsbook to see the latest developments on betting options for new leagues and sports.
What Type Of Sports Bets Can Be Placed In Michigan?
Regulated Michigan sportsbooks allow wagers on straight bets, parlays, moneylines, point spreads, totals, teasers, prop bets on individual players, futures and a vast lineup of other betting options. Top sportsbooks are continually coming up with new options, including those tailored to local teams.
How Do I Make A Deposit At Michigan Sports Betting Site?
Depositing money is easy at regulated Michigan sports betting sites. Most sites will have a tab or section labeled “add funds.” There you will be walked through different payment options. Most trusted sties will include options e-wallets such as PayPal, the prepaid debit card Play+, ACH and wire transfers, as well as credit and debit cards. It is worth noting that some payment options, particularly credit cards, can be flagged by banks and not processed immediately (or at all) so check with Bookies.com for the best info on the most effective payment options for depositing money with a Michigan sportsbook.
How Do I Withdraw My Winnings?
Michigan online sportsbooks allow easy withdrawal options, with most sending money directly to a bank account or to your e-wallet of Play+ card. Also note that many sportsbooks have limits on the amounts and times a player can withdraw funds. Additionally, Michigan sports bettors who sign up with a bonus will likely have to meet a rollover threshold before they can take money from their accounts. Always carefully read the terms and conditions.
Common Bonus Offers For Michigan Sportsbooks
Expect top Michigan online sportsbooks to offer sign-up bonuses, free plays, betting insurance, early payouts, juiced lines and many more ways to entice sports bettors. With more than two-dozen online sportsbooks in Michigan possibly coming in the next few years, top sports betting companies are going to have to attract customers, so expect some of the more innovative, robust and generous bonus offers of any state with legal wagering. As more online sportsbooks come online, stick with Bookies.com for all the latest bonus information, reviews and other key details as the market grows.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed a comprehensive package of gambling legislation into law before the end of 2019. Whitmer’s signature makes Michigan the first state with legal sports betting, online gaming as well as both commercial and Native American casinos.
With Michigan poised to take its first sports bet in 2020, possibly before March Madness and the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, the state has the potential to become a national gambling leader.
It also allows the state to get the edge on neighbor Ohio, whose lawmakers have yet to legalize sports betting. Ohio continues to lose potential gambling revenue to Indiana and Pennsylvania, which have robust gaming markets. Now it could lose more to Michigan.
Each of the state’s three commercial casinos and 23 Native American casinos will be able to open online sportsbooks to allow for mobile sports betting. This sets up a competitive marketplace that could see Michigan emerge as one of the highest grossing sports betting markets in the country. Michigan is the third-most populated state with legal wagering, after Pennsylvania and Illinois, and combined with its deep-rooted cultural affinity for sports, it could be a leading revenue generator on a per capita basis.
Should Michigan follow growth patterns in other states with mobile betting, it could garner upwards of $1 billion in wagers during its first 12 months of operation and could realistically cross $100 million in revenue during that same time frame. Those figures should only increase in coming years as the market matures and more operators come online.