PointsBet Sportsbook Alabama is not live yet. We are expecting PointsBet to be one of the sites to launch if Alabama sports betting is legalized.
There are no Alabama sports betting promo codes for PointsBet, or any other operator. You can claim various codes and offers if you enter state lines of a state with legal sports betting.
PointsBet Sportsbook offers a variety of backing options for both deposits and withdrawals. Many of the options listed below will be available once the app and website are live, but there may be further additions to the list.
When sports betting is finally legalized in Alabama, PointsBet Sportsbook will be a great option for both new bettors and the experienced. PointsBet offers a variety of betting options and is a user-friendly platform.
The PointsBet Alabama app is highly rated for both Android and iOS devices. They offer site-wide encryption, multi-factor authentication, and identification verification making the process a comfortable and secure experience for all users.
PointsBet Sportsbook is not yet legal for the state of Alabama. Within the state's border, however, Alabama residents can still download the app, drive to a nearby state with live sports betting, and place bets while in that state. Tennessee would likely be the best state to bet from for Alabama residents.
PointsBet Sportsbook Alabama is expected to go live sometime in the next year or two along with the other top sportsbooks. It is not known exactly when Alabama will pass bills related to sports betting and have an official launch.
The PointsBet app can be downloaded by anyone, anywhere. However, users are not able to utilize the app while in the state of Alabama. Users can drive to a state that has live sports betting, such as Tennessee, and use the app.
PointsBet Alabama will not have a promo code until sports betting becomes legal in the state.
Wes is an editor and writer for BetAlabama.com. Based out of the Kansas City area, Wes has covered sports professionally since 2015 with a strong emphasis on sports betting and the NFL, though he's also covered pro wrestling, UFC, college sports and more.
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