Unibet has officially launched in Arizona. The sportsbook is now operational in Arizona, Indiana, Iowa, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Virginia.
Unibet Arizona’s launch comes just in time for NFL season, so fans will be able to back their Cardinals in Week 1 against the Titans. The sportsbook brings more than 20 years of global experience in sports betting, being operational in more than 100 countries prior to bringing their talents to the U.S. in 2019.
New users can sign up for Unibet Arizona here and enter code NFL50 get a $50 free bet when they bet $5 on the NFL.
Cardinals fans will not only be able to make the traditional bets – moneyline, spread, and total – but also have hundreds of props for each game available, and a wide selection of NFL futures to offer. Cardinals kickoff this week is 10am PT on Sunday, so get in on the action at Unibet Arizona now!
How to Sign Up at Unibet Arizona
Registering an account with Unibet Arizona is very straightforward and should only take you a couple minutes. You’ll be asked for your full name, address, date of birth, email address, phone number, and Social Security Number. These are standard asks when signing up to any sportsbook.
Fortunately, Unibet does not ask you to upload any photo ID like some others do. You will have to share your location with the sportsbook, though, to ensure you are physically within the state of Arizona.
They’ll then ask you to create a username and password, as well as set up two security questions should you have any troubles accessing your account in the future. After that, you’ll provide them with a credit or debit card to make your deposit, and you’ll be ready to make some bets!
Upon registering, be sure to claim one of the great promos Unibet Arizona is offering!
Download the Unibet Mobile App in Arizona
Unibet Arizona has a quality mobile app that’s available to both iOS and Android users. The app very closely resembles their website, making navigation quite easy. There are different apps depending on your state, so you can sign up here to download in Arizona.
As is the case when betting through their website, Unibet will want to ensure you are physically in the state of Arizona. This means you’ll have to enable location services to allow the app to confirm your whereabouts.
Unibet Arizona Sign Up Bonus
There are two great offers users can claim when registering for Unibet Arizona: (1) a risk-free bet up to $500, and (2) bet $5, get a $50 free bet if your team scores a touchdown. Let me quickly break each of these down for you.
$500 Risk-Free Bet
This is exactly what it sounds like. You can make your first bet completely risk-free up to $500. This means if your first bet loses, you will be refunded the amount of your wager (up to $500). This gives new customers an opportunity to take a swing at an underdog that’s presenting value with no consequences if they lose.
This bet can be made on any event, including the Cardinals at +140 odds to beat the Titans. A $500 wager on them at that price would result in $700 in profit should Arizona pull of the (minor) upset. This is a nice way to give your bankroll a quick boost!
Bet $5, Get $50 Free Bet
This is another sign up bonus from Unibet Arizona, meaning you can only claim one of these two offers. This one is great for those who don’t want to make a big first deposit. You must deposit a minimum of $10 and enter promo code NFL50 to be eligible for this promo, though.
In order to claim this offer, you must use the code “NFL50” at registration. After finishing registration and depositing, you have to make your first bet of at least $5 on the moneyline of any NFL game. The great part is you don’t even have to win that wager to receive the $50 free bet. Whatever team you bet on simply needs to score a touchdown in their game, and the free bet is all yours.
Most NFL teams will score a touchdown this weekend, but some of the safer options include: San Francisco, Kansas City, Buffalo, Cleveland, and even Arizona. All of these teams are either heavily favored or playing in games where sportsbooks have set big over/unders on the final score.