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Sports Betting In St. Paul

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St. Paul is the capital city of Minnesota, and together with neighboring Minneapolis, the two cities are home to several major professional sports teams. Since the Minnesota Vikings, Twins, and Timberwolves are so often on the minds of St. Paul residents and visitors, sports betting is are also occupying the mental faculties of Twin City gambling enthusiasts.

But before all you Minnesotans go and place a bet on one of the region's many teams, you'd better brush up on the legalities of sports betting in Minnesota. We've got all the information that residents and visitors will need for legal sports betting in St. Paul, including gambling laws, mobile betting options, and the best online sportsbooks serving the St. Paul, MN area.

Is Sports Betting Legal In St. Paul?

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Yes. Domestic sportsbooks are not allowed in Minnesota, but international sports betting sites like the ones listed below can accept bets from St. Paul residents and visitors over the Internet without breaking any laws.

That's because there are no gambling laws on the books in Minnesota that says that offshore betting sites can't accept wagers from St. Paul gamblers over the web. For a more detailed breakdown, please visit our gambling laws page accessible from the menu at the top of this page.

 Best Sportsbooks Serving The St. Paul Region

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Below is a list of the best available sportsbooks accepting St. Paul residents. These brands have each been screened by our team of online sports betting insiders that look for strong security profiles, reliable customer support, generous bonus incentives, mobile/live betting capabilities, and much more.

Feel free to check out these brands for yourself by clicking on the links provided in the table. Browsing these sportsbook sites does not require joining as a member.

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Mobile Betting In St. Paul, MN

Today's society requires people to be on the move more than ever. That's why our premium St. Paul sports betting sites offer mobile betting apps that allow Twin Cities gamblers the ability to place bets from anywhere with a connection to the web with a modern smartphone or tablet (iPad, iPhone, Android). Current browsers can access these web-based apps by simply clicking on one of the above sportsbook links using an up-to-date mobile browser (Chrome, Google, Opera, Safari, Firefox).

Every single betting line that is on the main sportsbook site is ported to the mobile version, as well as the customer support, data privacy, and other features bettors have come to expect from any of our top-rated sportsbook sites. Don't rush home to place a bet on your PC or laptop. Bet on the Twins and their MLB odds on the go using the top sportsbooks serving the St. Paul, MN area.

St. Paul Live Betting

Bettors in the Twin Cities area no longer need to make sure all wagers are placed prior to the start of the game. Live betting is available at the top-rated sportsbooks we list on this page and it allows for in-game betting on the NFL and the Minnesota Vikings or live NBA odds involving the Timberwolves. The odds update throughout the games that focus on traditional betting line options (point-spread, money line, over/under), but can include prop bets and much more.

Bitcoin Betting In St. Paul

Sportsbook sites love them some cryptocurrency, and the most popular type that's most widely accepted at St. Paul sports betting sites is Bitcoin (BTC). Of course, offshore sportsbooks accept a large variety of banking options, but Bitcoin deposits feature the highest promotional bonus cash offers, and same-day Bitcoin withdrawals can be completed in 24 hours or less. Don't wait around for your sportsbook transactions to process. Deposit and withdraw with Bitcoin for delay-free transactions.

Other forms of cryptocurrency accepted at St. Paul sportsbook sites include:

  • Ethereum, Ripple, Tether, Litecoin, Cardano (ADA), Bitcoin Cash

Sports Teams In St. Paul, MN

St. Paul and Minneapolis combine to create the Twin Cities. Please visit our page on legal sports betting in Minneapolis to learn more about the following teams located in St. Paul.

  • Minnesota Vikings (NFL)
  • Minnesota Twins (MLB)
  • Minnesota Timberwolves (NBA)
  • Minnesota Golden Gophers (NCAA)

St. Paul Sports Betting FAQs

Should I Accept A Bonus From A St. Paul Sportsbook?

International betting sites typically offer promos that match a portion of the first deposit between 25%-75%, up to $1,000. Whether you accept a bonus offer is entirely up to you. Taking a bonus is not required to become a member with an offshore sportsbook site that serves the St. Paul region, so be sure to read through the terms and conditions to find out if the promotional offer is beneficial to your sports betting strategy.

Can I Bet On College Teams Near St. Paul?

Yes. You can bet on the Minnesota Golden Gophers or any other college game going on at the top-rated sportsbook sites featured in this guide. There's no restriction to betting on in-state or out of state NCAA games, even if it involves local teams. St. Paul gamblers can bet on college football or the March Madness tournament at offshore sportsbook sites without breaking any existing state or federal laws.

How Can I Fund And Withdraw From My Account Without Using Cryptocurrency?

We get it. We push the cryptocurrency hard, and that's because the offshore sportsbooks prefer it. They also accept traditional deposit and withdrawal options, including but not limited to the following:

  • Deposit: Credit Card, Debit Card, Wire Transfer, Cashier's Check, Zelle, MatchPay, Third-Party Money Transfer Services
  • Withdrawal: Wire Transfer, Cashier's Check By Courier, MatchPay

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