Legal online sports betting launched in New York this past weekend and is now live. The timing is welcome for sports fans within the state eager to take aim at the NFL Playoffs. Here are the best sportsbooks and bonus offers for betting on the NFL playoffs in NY.
New York bettors can find appealing bonus offers from the four books hitting the market first. Check below to see what sportsbook app is best for you and for its respective bonus offer link.
The New York Jets and New York Giants will be watching the postseason from home — or a warm Caribbean beach. However, the one team that actually plays in New York state will be in action. The Buffalo Bills host the New England Patriots during Wild-Card weekend.
How To Bet The NFL Playoffs In New York
Four sportsbook apps launched and are currently available for New York bettors:
In order to place a wager, New York bettors will need to:
- Register for an account — we recommend utilizing multiple sportsbook apps to find the best odds for your bets
- Download the sportsbook app through Google Play for Android or App Store for iOS
- Share the necessary information to confirm you’re betting from in-state
- Upload state-issued ID to confirm your identity
- Finalize registration with any additional credentials required from the sportsbook
- Deposit funds into your online sportsbook account
- Use the sportsbook’s promo code to receive its exclusive bonus offer
- Place a wager on the NFL playoffs
Best New York Sports Betting Bonus Offers To Bet The NFL Playoffs
Four sportsbook apps launched in New York and each provides a bonus offer for new bettors:
Caesars Sportsbook: $300 just for registering, plus a deposit match bonus up to $3,000 and a free NBA jersey. Claim your bonus here!
DraftKings: $50 free bet with only a $5 deposit, plus a $1,000 deposit bonus. Find your bonus here!
FanDuel: Risk-Free Bet Up To $1,000. Visit here for this offer!
BetRivers: Up To $250 Match Bonus. Use code SHARP250 to claim your bonus!
Ways To Bet NFL Playoffs
There is no shortage of markets offered by sportsbooks when it comes to the NFL. The most traditional ways to wager are for a team to cover the point spread; ‘over’ or ‘under’ a certain amount of total points being scored in a game; or the moneyline, where you bet on a team to win the game without having to cover a spread but with odds attached to the potential outcome.
There will also be pages of props to choose from. Popularized in Super Bowl betting but now a staple on the betting menu for nearly every game in sports, football props include whether the first score of the game will be a touchdown or field goal, or whether there will be a safety, as well as player props like first player to score a touchdown or over/under passing yards for a quarterback.
Of course, you can also participate in “futures” betting, where you wager on a team to win its conference or the Super Bowl.