Can I Bet Online at TwinSpires.com From Michigan

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You can bet online at TwinSpires.com from Michigan but will be required to provide your social security number.  Online sportsbooks licensed outside the state also accept customers from Michigan without requiring a social security number.  BetOnline is currently offering a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000)

Michigan is home to two horse racing tracks, both located in the lower Eastern portion of the state near Detroit.  Those in the greater part of Michigan including the UP (Upper Peninsula) will rely heavily on Internet racebooks.

As of April 2021, TwinSpires has integrated the former BetAmerica sports betting platform into its own in Michigan and will now be offering a wealth of other wagering options extending beyond horse racing.

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