Can I Bet TwinSpires.com From Washington State?

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You can bet online at TwinSpires.com from Washington State but must provide your social security number and pay taxes on winnings over $600.  There are better options.  Jazz Sports (in business since 1997) welcomes customers from Washington and offers a welcome bonus (max $1000), a $10 free cash signup bonus and 10% back on horse racing losses.

There are a number of tracks for which residents from Washington State and surrounding regions can visit and place bets.  Mobile devices can be used to wager online and take advantage of more lucrative odds and promotion offers.

Washington State Tracks:

    Dayton Days(D)

    Emerald Downs(T)

    Harbor Park(D)



    Sun Downs(Q)T)


    Walla Walla(D)

    Yakima Meadows(D)



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