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New Mexico Top Sportsbooks & Betting Bonuses

Sports betting has arrived in New Mexico. You can bet in person at selected tribal casinos. However, mobile sportsbooks are yet to go live in New Mexico. Come with us as we predict what the first legal online and mobile sportsbooks in NM could look like.

New Mexico Top Betting Offers & Sportsbook Promos

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Claim a Sports Betting Bonus in New Mexico

There are no legal sportsbooks in New Mexico that offer welcome bonuses right now. However, once NM sports betting apps go live, you need to be ready.  To open an account and claim a welcome bonus like free bets or a deposit match, you’ll need a Social Security Number and a valid home address. You may also need to provide proof of ID such as a US passport or government-issued photo card.  Here are the easy steps you can follow to register at a New Mexico sportsbook and claim your first bonus:
Claim Sports Betting Bonus Step 2
Step 2
Open an Account
Create a username and password. Provide some personal details such as name, address, phone number and date of birth. Enter the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number (SSN) for ID verification.
Claim Sports Betting Bonus. Step 3
Step 3
Claim Bonus
Read terms and conditions, and wagering requirements apply. Provide your email address and follow the confirmation email. Enter a bonus code to trigger your welcome offer.
How to claim Sports Betting Bonus. Step 4
Step 4
Deposit and Bet
Make a qualifying deposit and place a bet to get sportsbook promo. Get your free bets!

    Sportsbook Bonus Types in New Mexico

    Online and mobile sportsbooks are yet to go live in New Mexico. However, tribal casinos are able to offer some sports betting. Here are the types of sportsbook bonuses you could expect to see in NM soon:

    • Welcome bonus (inc. deposit match bonus or free bets)
    • Risk-free bets
    • Refer-a-friend
    • Parlay boost
    • Parlay insurance
    • Odds boosts
    • Loyalty program
    • Super Bowl specials
    • Home run money back

    Online Sports Betting in New Mexico

    Sports betting is live in New Mexico, not that you’d know it from the state’s gaming laws. Some of New Mexico’s tribes have simply expanded their existing compacts to include sports betting at tribal casinos. You can visit half a dozen retail sportsbooks in NM and place real-money bets. However, currently the tribal casinos don’t have mobile apps which let you bet remotely.  

    New Mexico Fast Facts:

    • Legal Sports Betting Y/N: Y
    • Year Legalized: 2018 (tribal compact)
    • Retail Sportsbooks?: Y
    • Online Sportsbooks?: N
    • Mobile Sportsbooks Y/N: N
    • College Sports Betting Y/N: Y

    Betting Markets and Sports in New Mexico 

    Popular Sports:

    • Football
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Hockey
    • Soccer
    • College sports
    • Tennis

    Popular Betting Types:

    • Straight/Single
    • Parlays
    • Point spread
    • Totals (Over/Under)
    • Combos/Systems

    Sportsbook Regulation in New Mexico

    Betting in New Mexico is overseen by the New Mexico Gaming Control Board. They are responsible for regulating race track casinos, bingo halls, and non-profit gambling. The board also oversees Class III Gaming on Indian tribal properties. 

    Currently, there is no sports betting law in New Mexico. But that hasn’t stopped lawmakers giving it a good try. In January 2021, New Mexico HB 101 was introduced but is yet to be reviewed or signed. For now, all sports betting in New Mexico is done at a tribal casino sportsbook in the state. 

    Here are some of the big-time sportsbook operators who may eventually go live in NM if online sports betting legislation is widened:

    • BetMGM
    • Caesars
    • BetRivers
    • FanDuel
    • DraftKings
    • PointsBet
    • Barstool
    • Bespoke tribal sportsbooks online/mobile

    Retail Sportsbooks to Visit in New Mexico

    New Mexico has over 20 land-based casinos, all owned among 14 tribes. There are also 5 racinos offering pari-mutuel betting but no sportsbooks. 

    Under the tribal gaming compact, the Tamaya Nation’s Pueblo of Santa Ana Tribe extended its offering in 2018 to include sports betting. You can place bets at New Mexico’s one operating sportsbook at the Santa Ana Star Casino and Hotel. 

    Since then, several other retail sportsbooks have opened in New Mexico. The Sportsbook at Inn of the Mountain Gods launched in 2019, as did the Hilton Buffalo Thunder sportsbook. Isleta Resort & Casino opened its sportsbook facility in late 2019. 

    • Sportsbook @ Santa Ana Star Casino-Hotel (Tamaya Nation’s Pueblo of Santa Ana Tribe)
    • The Sportsbook @ Inn of the Mountain Gods (Mescalero Apache Tribe)
    • Hilton Buffalo Thunder Sportsbook (Pojoaque Pueblo Tribe)
    • Isleta Resort & Casino Sportsbook (Pueblo of Isleta)
    • The Book @ Route 66 Casino-Hotel (Pueblo of Laguna)

    New Mexico’s first sportsbook opened at the Santa Ana Casino Hotel in 2018. You can place bets on major US sports such as NFL, NHL, and MLB. College sports betting is also permitted. 

    Most bets are made through self-service terminals (8 am-midnight). You can cash out winning bets in person with a ‘Sportsbook Writer’ or by mailing your tickets to the casino in Santa Ana Pueblo. 

    In addition, the Santa Ana Star issues its own rewards card – Star Rewards – which lets you earn points every time you place a sports wager. 

    Deposits & Withdrawals in New Mexico

    There are no mobile sportsbook apps that accept deposits in New Mexico. However, once legal sportsbooks launch online in NM, they should accept deposits through the usual banking routes. 

    • Debit cards
    • Credit cards
    • Online bank transfer
    • Prepaid card
    • PayNearMe
    • Mobile payments
    • Check by mail 
    • PayPal

    New Mexico Sports Betting FAQ

    Is sports betting legal in New Mexico?

    There are no specific sports betting laws in New Mexico. However, some tribes are offering sports betting under existing tribal gaming compacts. 

    How old must I be to bet on sports in New Mexico?

    You must be 21 or over to visit a tribal sportsbook in New Mexico and place bets. You may have to show ID in a tribal casino before you make a wager. 

    Is DraftKings legal in New Mexico?

    No. Currently, DraftKings does not offer real-money sports betting to players in New Mexico. However, DraftKings Sportsbook could launch mobile sportsbook betting in the future.