bet365 Pennsylvania App Could Arrive in Time for NFL Season

The NFL Hall of Fame game is less than a month away, and bet365 Pennsylvania could arrive in time with welcome offers and a full season of football game odds.

bet365 PA has partnered with Presque Isle Downs & Casino to enter the Pennsylvania market. The Erie, PA, casino, and racetrack operates under the Churchill Downs Incorporated umbrella.

How bet365 Found a Pennsylvania Partner

Churchill Downs powered the Twin Spires sports betting and iGaming apps in Pennsylvania, but the company stepped away from those markets in 2022. Now, Twin Spires focuses solely on the online horse racing market.

bet365 and Presque Isle Downs first applied for a Pennsylvania online sports betting and online casino license in February 2023.

In a June 27 filing, the Keystone State’s licensing board said bet365’s parent company met the requirements to go live in Pennsylvania.

bet365 made its US debut in 2019 when it entered the New Jersey market. It has since added:

  • Colorado in 2022
  • Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ohio, and Virginia in 2023
  • Arizona, Indiana, and North Carolina so far in 2024

If plans remain on track, bet365 could go live with its Pennsylvania sports betting app and online casino before the 2024-25 NFL season kicks off.

North Carolina is bet365’s newest state, and the company introduced itself to customers there with a “bet $5, get $200 in bonus bets” offer. As part of a second sign-up incentive, bet365 also featured a first-bet safety net of up to $1,000 in bonus bets.

Pennsylvania bonus offers may differ, of course. New customers will want to review the terms and conditions as they begin the sign-up process later this month.

bet365 PA Philadelphia Eagles Forecast

The green-and-gold app gives the Philadelphia Eagles a +1600 moneyline to win Super Bowl 59. Only six teams have better odds to lift the Lombardi Trophy:

  • +550 — San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs
  • +900 — Baltimore Ravens
  • +1200 — Buffalo Bills, Detroit Lions, and Cincinnati Bengals

Philadelphia is tied with the Dallas Cowboys and Houston Texans at +1600.

The Eagles open the regular season on Sept. 6, in Brazil. bet365 favors Philadelphia (-1.5) over the Green Bay Packers.

The app also has odds for Philly’s Week 2 Monday Night Football game. The Eagles are favored (-3.5) at home over the Atlanta Falcons.

bet365 Pennsylvania Betting for the Pittsburgh Steelers

Bettors in Pennsylvania need to look a little farther down the list to find Super Bowl odds for the Pittsburgh Steelers. bet365 prefers Baltimore in the AFC North, based on its list of moneyline odds for the NFL championship.

Pittsburgh, the Cleveland Browns, and the Jacksonville Jaguars share the 17th-best odds at +4000 as of early July. That puts the Steelers on the fringe for a spot in the 14-team path to the Super Bowl.

Pennsylvania’s AFC team is a 2.5-point underdog when they open the season on Sept. 8, at Atlanta.

bet365 has also posted Christmas Day odds for Pittsburgh’s home game against the Chiefs. The app is giving the hosts 5.5 points over the favored Super Bowl champions.

More bet365 Pennsylvania Betting Features

Pennsylvania bettors will enjoy bet365’s same-game parlay, cash out, and edit bet features. Watch for bet boosts and super boosts ahead of Pittsburgh and Philadelphia NFL games.

The app is also known for its same-game parlay profit boosts, live streaming, and early payouts. bet365 relies on a workforce of about 7,000 people and offers betting options to about 90 million customers worldwide.

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Russ Mitchell

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Russ Mitchell joined Gaming Today as a lead writer in February 2023 after joining Catena Media in 2021 as a managing editor for the PlayIA and PlayVA brands. He covers sports betting industry news market developments, the college sports betting industry, and the four major North American pro sports leagues. With 25+ years of journalism experience to Gaming Today. He is a five-time winner of the Iowa’s prestigious Harrison “Skip” Weber Investigative Reporting award, a two-time National Newspaper Association award winner and a 50-time Iowa Newspaper Association award winner.

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