How Do I Get a Payout From DraftKings Sports Book in NJ?

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Aug/08/2018

Getting a payout from DraftKing's sports book in New Jersey should soon get a little easier, even if you happen to reside outside of state.


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The new betting app became available Monday and some of the early bugs have since been resolved.

One of those bugs involved making a deposit from out-of-state. 

DraftKings sports betting site allows individuals to set up accounts no matter where they live but bets can only be placed when in New Jersey.  So even if you live in North Dakota and happen to be visiting the Garden State, you can bet from anywhere.

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You can also request payout and have a check delivered to your home or office.  Currently checks take up to two weeks to arrive. 

Instant payouts are available by visiting Resorts Hotel in Atlantic City, but this is not viable for most.

DraftKings has advised that online payments will be available soon.  These can sometimes take as little as a few hours to two or three business days.

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are not an option and may not be any time soon.  Most of the internationally-licensed online sports books do offer bitcoin payments in as little as two hours.  In fact, bitcoin now accounts for up to 80% of all transactions at some books.

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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