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Minimum deposit: $10
Last updated: December 2023

Sportsbook overview

Sportsbook: PointsBet
Legal in Arizona: No
Licensing partner: N/A
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PointsBet offer all of your classic fixed-odds markets (sports and racing) as well as spread betting, the world's most exciting sports betting format, where winnings and losses are determined by how accurate your wager is. The sportsbook is active in many states across the U.S.

PointsBet has more NBA, AFL, and NRL markets than any other sportsbook on the planet. You won't find a more large set of betting markets anywhere, with up to 1,000 markets on each AFL game, including a stack of world-first betting possibilities across both fixed odds and spreads.

Is PointsBet live in Arizona?

No, PointsBet is not live in Arizona. Online sports betting became legal in Arizona in April 2021, but PointsBet has not yet announced its presence in the state.

How to register on PointsBet Sportsbook Arizona

Screenshot of PointsBet Arizona homepage

Creating a profile at PointsBet Arizona will be a straightforward process that takes only a few minutes to complete. This process can be completed using the mobile betting app, but it can also be completed using the website.

When you initially visit PointsBet AZ to register an account, you will be asked to supply some basic personal information. This is done so PointsBet can confirm your identification and guarantee you are of legal age to open an account. You must give the following information:

  • Your full name
  • Date of birth
  • Email address
  • Phone number
  • Address
  • Your Social Security Number's last four digits

Some consumers are hesitant to reveal their SSN's last four digits, yet this information is required to complete the process. You won't have to worry about your identity being stolen because all the information is protected and secure.

Furthermore, you will be prompted to create a username and password for use on the site when PointsBet has verified your identification. This is the information you'll need to access your sports betting account every time you log in.

You'll want to make sure that the username and password you choose are both unique to you and easy to remember. Log in for the first time to your account and begin exploring everything PointsBet Arizona has to offer.

Best features of PointsBet Sportsbook AZ

All the most popular sportsbook features are available at PointsBet Arizona, making it one of the most well-rounded betting platforms in the industry. Let's have a look at the best features available on PointsBets right now:

Live betting

Live betting, sometimes known as “in-play betting,” is normally offered in legal states through the most popular sportsbooks. The live betting feature of PointsBet is simple to use and offers plenty of options to wager on as the action unfolds.

Live streaming

PointsBet has added live streaming as a new feature. Volleyball, soccer, tennis, esports, and table tennis are among the sports that are currently restricted to off-peak times.

Live same-game parlay

PointsBet is the first and only sportsbook in the United States to offer live in-game parlay betting on NFL and NBA games. During timeouts or other gaps in the action, customers can rapidly design their ideal “Live Same Game Parlay.”

Normal, same-game parlays are by far the most popular types of bet, and they're simple to place using PointsBet. Simply find the game you want to bet on, go to the top navigation menu, select the “Same Game Parlay” tab, then select the markets you want to include and click on them to start building your parlay.

Points betting

Points betting is a one-of-a-kind betting option accessible only at PointsBet in the United States. It's a high-risk, high-reward option in which bettors can win or lose a lot of money depending on the outcome of their wager (s). Only fixed-odds markets are available for points betting. 

For example, if you bet on the Warriors to score 110 points, and they score 120, you will win ten times your bet. If they only score 105, though, you will lose five times your stake.

What types of bets are available on PointsBet?

The Arizona Department of Gaming requires PointsBet Arizona to observe all the laws and regulations. These regulations will determine which betting markets are available on the site, but there is no shortage of betting possibilities.

The NFL is the most popular betting market in the United States and is very popular in Arizona as well. Along with the biggest international betting markets, the other three major professional sports will also be available.

In addition to the available betting markets, PointsBet will have a comprehensive range of other betting types available. Here are a few examples of the types of bets available at PointsBet Sportsbook Arizona:


A moneyline bet is a wager on a team to win the game outright at the PointsBet sportsbook. In order to bet on the superior team in a given contest, bettors must pay a premium. A wager on the worst team, on the other hand, is enticed by bigger potential gains.

Spread betting

The foundations of PointsBet spread betting are as follows: you place a wager on a line, and the more you are correct, the more you gain; the more you are incorrect, the more you lose.

What does it mean to “cover the spread”? The favorite team has covered the spread if they win by more points than the market predicted. The underdog squad can also cover the spread in one of two ways: 1) If they win the game or 2) If they lose by fewer points than the market predicted.

Totals (over/under) betting

A total bet is a bet on the total number of predicted points scored by both teams in any particular contest. Bettors can place a wager on whether the combined score of the two teams will go “over” or “under” the given total.

Consider the case when PointsBet lists a total of 47 points for a contest between Team A and Team B. If a bettor bets on the over, he or she must score at least 48 total points to win. The wager loses if the total is 46 or less, whereas a hypothetical final score of 27-20 or exactly 47 points results in a “push,” meaning the bettor's deposit is repaid.

Props betting

A “prop bet,” sometimes known as a “proposition,” is a wager placed during a game on a specific player or team-related event. Each prop bet has odds associated with the possible outcomes of the event. Consider it a hypothetical scenario that PointsBet provides to bettors, who then decide whether it will truly happen.

Let's imagine you go to a sporting event where prop bets are available. Player props, team props, and game-related props are all possibilities.

Futures betting

A futures bet is a bet on a player or team's performance that will not be determined until the end of the season. Betting on a team to win its own league title is the most prevalent future bet.

Parlays betting

A parlay is when you bet on two or more outcomes at the same time and combine the wagers into a more complicated gamble with escalating returns. For the total bet to be a winner, all bets on the parlay must win.

A classic parlay would be betting the Spread on Team A vs. Team B and the moneyline on Team C vs. Team D. Parlays can be made up of many fixed-odds combinations spanning multiple sports, divisions, leagues, and more.

Teasers Betting

For specific games and players, PointsBet gives bettors the unique opportunity to choose from a variety of spreads, totals, and player props. Normally, a bettor would have to parlay many lines to achieve a more favorable result. You can make a parlay or bet singles on PointsBet by selecting from over 70 totals and spreads. To get a “teased” line, they don't have to be in a parlay.

Single/straight bet

A straight bet is a wager made solely on the outcome of one event. Spread, moneyline, total (or over/under), propositions, and more are all examples of straight bets. Straight bets are the simplest and most suitable for beginners and casual bettors.

Fixed odds and points betting

Fixed-odds betting allows bettors to lock in their odds and pricing at the time of their wager. Once the water is collected and accepted, the price will not fluctuate in the future. Within the same game, there may be multiple markets.

Click on the individual match you want to see the markets for to see them. To see all the market possibilities, scroll down. If you're unsure about a market, click the “I” icon next to the market title for a more detailed explanation.

In addition to fixed-odds bets, you can also wager points bet. Points Betting takes a traditional wager like a spread (which involves the favorite team winning by a predefined number of points), a total (the total number of expected points in a given matchup), or a prop (a wager based on player performance) and adds a unique twist in which a bettor's possible future winnings or losses aren't set until the game is over.

Screenshot of PointsBet Arizona Sport section

Unsurprisingly, PointsBet offers a wide range of betting options for the major American professional sports leagues, including the NFL, NBA, MLB, and others.

PointsBet is also a wonderful place to bet on college basketball and football, which is ideal for Arizona residents because college wagering is legal in their state. Sports include:

  • Boxing/MMA
  • Cricket
  • Cycling
  • Darts
  • Golf
  • Motor Racing
  • Rugby
  • Soccer
  • Tennis

PointsBet sportsbook promos in Arizona 

Betting promotions and bonuses in Arizona are the first things that attract bettors. Casinos use these two weapons to call people to action and to keep existing players from leaving. PointBet does not disappoint. At PointsBet, you can enjoy multiple sportsbook promotions to boost your bets.

Bonus bets

PointsBet may offer you a bonus sports bet for a variety of reasons, including when you make a deposit, if you receive a promotional code from marketing, or if you place a certain wager on a promotion. To access bonus bets, click the downward arrow in the top right corner of your screen and select bonuses from the drop-down menu.

Keep in mind that bonus bets will expire 14 days after being given to you. You can check the expiration date on the bonus page.

Second chance bet

A second chance bet simply implies that if your bet (not a bonus bet) fails, you will receive a refund in the form of bonus bets up to a specific amount. To be eligible for a second chance bet promotion, you must check in.


If a certain set of requirements are met, a money-back promotion allows you to wager on a certain scenario and receive your money back as free bets up to a certain amount.

Note: To be eligible for a refund, you must bet on the relevant event specified in the promotion.

Ongoing promotions and bonuses

At any given time, the sportsbook usually has many promotional initiatives running. Promotions and bonuses on PointsBet Sportsbook Arizona are constantly changing to attract new players and retain current ones.

PointsBet app for betting in AZ

PointsBet's AZ sportsbook app, like other fantastic new Arizona online gambling, offers mobile betting for both Android and iOS users to improve your betting experience. The PointsBet AZ sportsbook app is available for download from the Google Play Store and the Apple App Store.

This app has a lot of cool features, such as the option to check betting stats (the weight of bets, the weight of money, and win probability). You can also take advantage of bet win notifications, social bet sharing, partial cash out, and other features.

From live betting to parlays and more, you can wager on your favorite sports at the touch of a button.

How to download the app on iOS

The PointsBet iOS app can be downloaded to your iOS system in two ways:

  1. Visit the PointsBet website. Scroll down to the bottom of the website to the “Mobile App” section, where you'll find two alternatives. You will be routed to the App Store after clicking the Apple Store logo, where you can download the PointsBet App.
  2. You can go straight to the iOS App Store on your mobile device and search for "PointsBet" in the search field. This will take you directly to our program, where you can begin the download by clicking the “Download” button.

How to download the app on Android

If you're an Android user, you may get the app by following the instructions below:

  1. You can download the PointsBet application directly from the Play Store
  2. Visit pointsbet.com/android OR scroll to the bottom of the web page and click the Android button under the “Mobile App” section.

What is the difference between the app and the website?

PointsBet's mobile app and website offer one of the most user-friendly applications and websites of any US sportsbook, and they do an excellent job of showing the most popular markets and daily promotions for bettors.

There is a big difference between the app and web versions. But the mobile app is a bit clearer than the website, which can get a little crowded with all the numerous markets.

Deposit methods

On PointsBet Arizona, there will be at least five deposit options displayed, with more options possible after the site goes online. When making a payment on the site, a $10 minimum deposit is required. PayPal is a popular e-wallet that may be used to finance PointsBet sports betting accounts. By combining the two accounts, customers can also use the online banking option.

Credit/debit cards are also accepted at PointsBet, but they are no longer the most popular method of payment as they were a few years ago. Another alternative that some sports betting consumers choose is an E-check or ACH deposit. Finally, consumers at PointsBet can fund their sports betting accounts by visiting PayNearMe at nearby convenience stores or pharmacies.

Withdrawal Options

At the moment, PointsBet offers only three withdrawal alternatives, which can be frustrating for certain clients. The deposit method used can also influence the withdrawal options offered. PayPal is one of the most common withdrawal methods, but it may only be utilized if you already have a PayPal account.

Placing a deposit with PayPal ensures that this will also be the type of withdrawal selected. Another alternative is to use online banking, but only if it is used as the initial payment method. The third withdrawal method available at PointsBet Arizona is an ACH transfer or an e-check.

PointsBet Arizona contact information

PointsBet does not yet have a retail partner in AZ, so if you are looking for  a land-based PointsBet sportsbook in the state, you will not find it at the moment. However, there are some ways to get in touch. If you are in Arizona (or any other state), you can contact the PointsBet customer support team through:


PointsBet's email support is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with a guaranteed response. It's quick and one of the most popular methods of communication among its countless users.

The “email us” button on PointsBet Contact has an email function. On the PointsBet.com website, the “email us” link may be located in the lower right corner. As a point of contact, the response rate is quick and encouraging.

Email: service@pointsbet.com


PointsBet takes it a step further by establishing a customer service hotline that punters may call if they have any issues with their account, such as sign-ups, deposits, promotions, account suspensions, withdrawal troubles, and so on.

In terms of the responsible gaming policy, both users and non-users are permitted to contact PointsBet in the event that someone requires assistance.

Phone number: 883-338-7238


Does PointsBet have a retail location in Arizona?

No, PointsBet does not have retail location in the state of Arizona. In due course, a retail sportsbook location will probably be opened once they launch, but no official talks to change this is happening at the moment.

What’s the minimum I’m allowed to deposit on PointsBet?

Most payment methods should allow you to put money into your account with as little as $10. Unless you deposit through a bank transfer, the money should be available in your account within a few hours. When you deposit money into your account with PointsBet, you will not be charged any fees.