Super Bowl 2022: how to bet legally on online gambling

NEW YORK, NY – Even for those not a regular part of the sports betting scene, this could be a fun year for New Yorkers looking to place a bet or two on Super Bowl 56.

With the legalization of online sports betting in New York State in January, there are now six different apps that allow you to bet on online gambling legally from anywhere in the state.

These apps include the fun and quirky bets on Super Bowl props people love, like the coin toss winner and first touchdown scorer’s jersey number.

For New Yorkers who haven’t explored online betting yet: you need a starting point.

There are currently six betting apps available in New York, and several offer special promotions for Super Bowl 56. These are:


Draft Kings is offering a special Super Bowl promotion for new customers in New York: Bet $5 and win $280 on the Bengals or Rams to win the Super Bowl.

>> Claim DraftKings Offer


FanDuel is running a special Super Bowl promotion: Bet $5 and win $280 on either team to win the Super Bowl.

>> Claim the FanDuel offer

Bet Rivers

This app offers up to $250 bonus on your first deposit.


This app’s promotion is a 100% deposit match up to $560 when betting on the Big Game.

>> Claim BetMGM Offer


Also offers first deposit match promotions.


PointsBet is offering new bettors two risk-free bets of up to $2,000 combined. You can recover up to $1,500 if you lose your first PointsBetting bet, and up to $500 if you lose your first fixed odds bet.


When: Sunday February 13

Time: Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Live coverage on NBC and peacock will start at noon.

Or: SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California – home of the Los Angeles Rams

How to watch: It will be nationally televised on NBC. Check your local ads to see which NBC TV channel is in your area.

Other ways to watch: Watch the game on NBC website, NBC Sports App, NBC Sports websiteor the NBC app. You can also stream the game live on Peacock BountyNBC’s streaming service available for $4.99 per month or $49.99 per year.

Moreover, you can watch it for free on the Yahoo Sports app and NFL app. Consider other paid services like fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, YouTube television, TV Slingand LIVE STREAM.

Performers of the half-time show: Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar.


Signing up is just the first step. Online betting has its own lingo, and there’s plenty for the casual to learn.

To start:

>> How do odds work?

>> What is a bet?

>> Your guide to betting props.

>> Are the winnings taxable?

>> Super Bowl prop bets.

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