Where Can I Bet the Super Bowl From New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, DC?

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You can bet the Super Bowl online from the states of New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland and the District of Columbia at any number of international websites eager to have your business.  Many of these companies have been in business for 20 years or even longer.  Las Vegas books do not currently accept bets via the Web outside the state of Nevada.  Note that international websites will never ask for your social security number.

These Eastern Corridor states encompass a total population of just over 16 million with the smaller state, Delaware, permitting legalized sports betting through a parlay system.

NFL fans across this region tend to follow the Giants and Jets in Northern New Jersey, the Eagles in the south of that state, and a mishmash of the Eagles, Ravens and Redskins the further south we go.

Many local bookies opt to utilize offshore Pay Per Head solutions in order to run their business outside of the state and their business should see explosive action during the big game.

Washington, DC is one of the few states that makes simple gambling a felony (as well as aggravated).  Maryland has been especially aggressive in going after online sportsbooks over the years and, as a result, area bookies have tended to thrive as many of the top international sites pulled out of the state.  Aggravated gambling is considered a felony in the state.

Likewise, New Jersey has made it a point to protect its online poker site with the Attorney General there warning poker sites to stop accepting customers from the Garden State.  Many have complied and this has affected affiliated online sports wagering operations as a result.  Both simple and aggravated gambling in New Jersey are considered a misdemeanor, nonetheless.  New Jersey has also aggressively gone after organized crime elements tied to sports betting. 

- Aaron Goldstein, Gambling911.com

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