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Why is My State Restricted From Betting on Xpressbet.com

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/17/2016

Even the states that are not restricted by Xpressbet.com, one has to remember they will need to provide their social security number and fill out lengthy tax documents, something you won’t have to do at BetOnline in business since 1999 and offering 8 percent rebates on LOSSES.

BetOnline is an international website whereas Xpressbet.com is based out of the US and must abide by US state laws, some of which explicitly prohibit online horse racing. 

Check your state below to determine if you can bet at Xpressbet.com or not.  Remember, you can still wager at Bookmaker.  In fact, they may be the more logical choice.

If you don’t see your state listed, you are free to play on Xpressbet.  The website does have less state restrictions than does TwinSpires.

State      Track and Wagering Restrictions

Alaska    No Account Wagering

Arizona Limited to Albuquerque, Aqueduct, Arapahoe, Arlington, Assiniboia, Atlantic City, Australia A, B & C, Belmont, Belmont Advance, Belterra, Canterbury, Charles Town, Churchill Downs, Colonial Downs, Del Mar, Delaware, Delta Downs, Dubai, Ellis Park, Emerald, Fair Meadows, Fairmount, Ferndale, Finger Lakes, Fort Erie, Fonner Park, Fresno, Gold Cup/Belmont Double, Golden Gate, Gulfstream, Gulfstream West, Hastings, Hawthorne, Hazel Park TB Only, Hialeah, Indiana Downs, Japan, Keeneland, Kentucky Derby Advance Wagering, Kentucky Derby Futures, Kentucky Derby Pick 3, Kentucky Downs , Kentucky Oaks Futures, Las Piedras, Laurel, Lone Star, Los Alamitos (QH), Los Alamitos (TB), Louisana Downs, Mahoning Valley, Maronas, Monmouth, Monmouth @ Meadowlands, Mountaineer, Northlands TB Only, Oaklawn, Oaks Derby Double, Parx Racing, Penn National, Pimlico, Portland Meadows, Prairie Meadows, Preakness Advance, Preakness Double, Preakness Pick 3, Presque Isle, Remington, Retama, Rillito Park, Ruidoso, Sacaramento, Sam Houston, Santa Anita, Saratoga TB, Stockton, Suffolk Downs, Sunland, Sunray, Tampa Bay, Thistledown, Timonium, True North/Met Double, Turf Paradise, Turfway Park, Will Rogers Downs, Woodbine TB, Zia Park

Colorado Not permitted in Arapahoe     

District of Columbia     No Account Wagering

Georgia No Account Wagering

Hawaii    No Account Wagering

Mississippi     No Account Wagering

Missouri        No Account Wagering

Nevada No Account Wagering

New Hampshire   No Restrictions

New Jersey   No Account Wagering

New Mexico   No Albuquerque, Ruidoso Downs, Sam Houston, Sunland Park, Sunray Park and Zia Park.

North Carolina     No Account Wagering

Puerto Rico   No Account Wagering

South Carolina     No Account Wagering

Texas     No Account Wagering

US Virgin Islands No Account Wagering

Utah       No Account Wagering

- Mary Montgomery, Gambling911.com

 

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