Where to Bet on Sports Online

If you are looking to bet on sports online then check out our reviews of the top online sportsbooks for players that live in the USA for the 2014 NFL betting season.

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Betting Perks

Top Sports Betting Sites

USA Betting

  • 50% Signup Bonus
  • Free Sports Bets
  • US Players Accepted (All States)

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USA Betting

Bovada Sportsbook


  • $250 Signup Bonus
  • Mobile Betting
  • US Players Accepted (Except New York State)

Bet Online Sports

USA BettingCanada Sportsbook

  • $900 Signup Bonus
  • Live Betting
  • US Players Accepted (All States)
January 15, 2014 by : Posted in sportsbook 11 Comments

11 Responses to “Where to Bet on Sports Online”

  1. Not too sure about Bovada not taking players from all states here so I will stick with Top Bet. Thanks.

  2. Topbet accepts Mastercard by the way, and Bovada takes Amex for US players. Is this true?

  3. Big weekend for NFL betting, any of these sites have a new player bonus or crap like that?

    • Yes, they pretty much all do. If you do not have an account with either BetOnline, Bovada, or Top Bet, we recommend you choose BetOnline as their bonus goes up to $900, it is the highest out of all three sportsbooks and they accept players from all over the world.

  4. Which one of these sportsbookshas the best lines and best Super Bowl bonus?

  5. Currently the Bovada Sportsbook is rated as having the best bonuses for today’s Super Bowl. Goodluck!

  6. can you bet on the Olympics at any of these sportsbooks? We want to bet on USA to beat Russia today in hockey.

  7. Hi Rodney, you can bet on Olympic matches at the Bovada sportsbook. You can bet on Olympic futures and event by event basis including Men’s hockey there.

  8. NeedMoney4Tuition March 2, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    Who has the best NCAA basketball odds and any of these betting sites offering a March Madness bonus?

  9. What a joke Selection Sunday was. Louisville all the way! btw, bovada payouts down to 1 week now

  10. Parker, Wiggins, McDermott all out of the March Madness tournament, wow! Go Kentucky!


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