Get $5 Free When You Bet $10 On Parlays
- Every week, opt-in and earn a $5 free bet instantly when you bet a total of $10+ on parlays during the week (Monday-Sunday).
- Bet a total of $10+ on a 3+ leg parlay. Each leg must be -200 minimum odds (opt-in necessary).
- Your $5 free bet will be credited instantly when you create your next bet slip.
Refer a Friend Program
Why not get paid to refer a friend? You get $100, and your friend gets $100!
- Invite your friends using your exclusive referral link, found via “Refer a Friend” icon on mobile homepage • Referee must be a new FanDuel Sportsbook account sign up.
- Both Referee and Referrer shall receive $50 each in Sportsbook site credit when the Referee places a wager of $10 or more.
- Both Referee and Referrer shall receive $50 each in Casino site credit when the Referee plays through $10 or more.
- Site Credit issued within 72 hours of referee placing their qualifying wager.
New York Sports Betting Futures
FanDuel Sportsbook New York has you covered. Whether you prefer the NFL as a New York Giants or New York Jets fan, the NBA as a New York Knicks or Brooklyn Nets fan, MLB as a New York Yankees or New York Mets fan, or even the NHL as a New York Rangers, New York Islanders or New Jersey Devils fan, ESNY has the New York sports fan covered.
Get in on the baseball action with FanDuel Sportsbook’s MLB team and player futures below.
*Last updated April 13, 2021
How We Got Here
New York isn’t there quite yet. While sports betting is legal in the state, the wait for the online and mobile app end of things continues despite several states launching online wagering platforms in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2018 decision to repeal the nationwide sports betting ban.
July 2019 marked the first time New Yorkers could legally wager on sports (brick-and-mortar locations only). Rivers Sportsbook in Schenectady, the first place in New York state where it legally opened up for sporting events, opened on July 16.
Naturally, politicians were the first to place a sports bet. Gary Pretlow, chair of the state Assembly racing and wagering committee, placed a bet on the Seattle Mariners. Schenectady Mayor Gary McCarthy put his faith in the Boston Red Sox.
The conversation surrounding opening it up for online use is as heavy as ever, with Governor Andrew Cuomo taking center stage.