Hawaii sportsbooks may be some way in the future, but you can still get ready for when the Aloha State launches regulated sports betting. We take a look at some of the big operators who could go live with the first Hawaii online sportsbooks.
Top Sportsbooks in Hawaii
*NOTE: Sports betting is not legal in Hawaii. However, these are the types of operators we expect to go live first if sportsbooks are ever legalized.
|Potential Hawaii Sportsbooks||New Player Offers in other states|
|BallyBet||First Bet Match Up to $250|
|BetRivers||Bet Insurance up to $500|
|BetMGM||Free Bet up to $1k|
|DraftKings||Get a deposit bonus up to $1k|
|Caesars||Bet insurance up to $1,250|
|Pointsbet||Free Bets up to $500|
|SI Sportsbook||Free Bets up to $200|
|WynnBET||Bet $100, Get $100|
Online Sports Betting in Hawaii
Hawaii is one of the strictest American states when it comes to legal sportsbooks. There is no legalized sports betting in the state, despite the best efforts of senators like Rep. John Mizuno.
Currently, you can’t make legal sports bets online in Hawaii. However, we expect major operators like FanDuel and BetMGM to be ready with the same product as they offer in states such as New Jersey.
Hawaii Fast Facts:
- Legal Sports Betting Y/N: No
- Year Legalized: n/a
- Retail Sportsbooks?: No
- Online Sportsbooks?: No
- Mobile Sportsbooks Y/N: No
- College Sports Betting Y/N: No
Betting Markets and Sports
Hawaii online sportsbooks will offer the same range of great betting markets that you will find in states like Pennsylvania and Michigan. Bet on your favorite NFL and MLB teams or get enhanced odds on the big Super Bowl clash at the end of the season. You will also be able to bet in-play as the game happens and cash out bets in real-time.
- College basketball
- College football
- MMA / Boxing
Predicted Betting Markets:
- Totals (Over/Under)
- Point spread
- Correct score
- Team props
- Player props
- In-play betting
Sportsbook Regulation in Hawaii
Legal Hawaii sports betting has long been as unlikely as seeing snowfall on the beaches of Honolulu. However, a massive hit to tourism due to COVID-19 has led lawmakers to re-evaluate.
Hawaii is one of just two US states that doesn’t have casinos, sports betting, or even a lottery. But the introduction of HB 736 in 2021 opened the door just a little to regulated sports betting.
A further bill–HB 1815–passed a first reading in early 2022. The law would create an online sports wagering corporation to regulate the industry on the Pacific island.
Under the new law, only one legal online sportsbook would go live. A separate bill–HB 1820–would allow for one new casino to open. The plans are tiny compared to other states, and a prohibitive 55% tax on revenue may kill any proposals before they have begun.
Sportsbook Deposits & Withdrawals in Hawaii
Hawaii online sportsbooks will accept payments through a range of popular and secure banking methods. Sportsbooks will likely supply their own branded prepaid card if you don’t want to use a credit card.
- Visa (debit/credit)
- MasterCard (debit/credit)
- American Express
- Play+ prepaid card
- VIP Preferred (ACH/e-Check)
- In-person payments at retail sportsbook
Sports Betting Bonus Types in Hawaii
Hawaii sportsbooks will offer a range of exciting promotions for customers. From welcome bonuses to free bets and loyalty schemes, there will be something for everyone.
- Welcome bonus (deposit match bonus / free bet / risk-free bet)
- Free bets
- Enhanced odds
- Profit boost
- Parlay insurance
- Parlay boost
- Super Bowl specials
- Cashback deals
- Loyalty program
Claim a Sports Betting Bonus in Hawaii
Hawaii Sports Betting FAQ
No. Despite various bills, Hawaii sportsbooks are yet to go live. It’s possible Hawaii will legalize a single sportsbook in the next year or so.
No. Under Hawaii’s strict gambling laws, there are no casinos or sportsbooks in the state. You can’t bet in person or even gamble online.
Yes. When Hawaii legalizes online sports betting, sportsbooks will offer new signups a welcome bonus that may include free bets or a deposit match deal.