Having just gone to Las Vegas, my favorite thing to do while there is place sports bets. Since sports betting is not allowed in Hawaii, I only have the opportunity to place sports bets on the rare occasion that I go to Las Vegas.
The apps that I really wanted to try while in Vegas were the Draftkings and FanDuel sports book apps, as these two apps are known to have the best variety and odds. Unfortunately, Las Vegas has strict rules about mobile gambling, and companies are only allowed to have a sports betting app if they also have a physical casino (which Draftkings and FanDuel do not).
Therefore, while in Vegas I tried out a lot of the casinos apps to see which one I liked the best. The two I liked the best are the William Hill sports betting app (which is one of the most well-known and widespread apps) and the Circa Sports app. Circa is the newest casino to open in Las Vegas, and it is well-known for its mega sized sports book that people go to watch games in.
The reason the Circa app was my favorite is that it was the only app that allowed future parlays. By future parlays, I mean the ability to combine several future choices (for example the Dodgers winning the World Series and the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl) into one bet. Other apps like William Hill only allow you to bet futures individually, which doesn’t allow customers to create really high upside bets.
Most of the apps are relatively similar, and you should really base it on which one offers you the best odds for the games you want to bet on. However, if you are like me and want to have the ability to place future parlays specifically, the Circa Sports app is likely the best app for you to try out in Vegas (always make sure to gamble responsibly though!).
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