Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment formerly known as Meadowlands Racetrack started their journey in the gambling industry more than 40 years ago as a horse racing track in New Jersey. Since then, the “Big M” as many bettors call it has been dedicated to thoroughbred racing, standardbred racing and harness racing. So it came as no surprise that the bookie decided to open a sportsbook at the track. It is the fourth legal venue in NJ and it operates under the name of FanDuel Sportsbook - the result of the partnership between Paddy Power Betfair and Meadowlands. Both companies also reached an agreement to launch an online and mobile sportsbook which hopefully will accept bets by the time football season starts.
Meadowlands are already well-known for their horse racing activity. However, apart from this the bookie that recently stepped into the world of sport betting is offering a lot of options to bet on like: NFL, College football, MLB, Tennis, Auto racing, Soccer, Boxing, Mixed martial arts, NBA, College basketball, NHL, Golf and many more.
There are several bets available at this bookie like: Moneyline, Spread, Totals, Parlays, Props, & Future Bets.
Meadowlands doesn't offer bonuses or promos at the moment. It is anticipated that the bookie will introduce them by the start of the football season and won’t lack first deposit and welcome bonuses.
Deposit & Payout
Meadowlands offers a few deposit and withdrawal methods – Credit card, PayPal, bank cheque dispatched by mail. It’s not much for now, we expect more to be added in the near future.
Mobile Betting & Site Usability
Meadowlands’ app will most probably be available for iOS and Android devices. Unlike the website version, the app will require to be downloaded. It is expected that the online platform will be similar to their partner’s company that is quite popular in Europe.
Meadowlands Racing & Entertainment may not be on your top list of sportsbooks now, but it will definitely get there by the start of the football season in August. With their most perfect location next to the home stadium of New York Giants and Jets this is practically guaranteed. The bookie has all chances to reach unprecedented levels among the land-based sportsbooks. Don’t hesitate to check out the self-service kiosks that save up your time and nerves avoiding queue lines with easy cash in and cash out. Regarding the online platform it has yet to be found out their ability to qualify for top online sportsbook. The partnership with Paddy Power Betfair inspire optimism in that respect. Time in this matter is essential and the more the bookie waits to go online the less attention from bettors they will get. Despite of their land-based sportsbook success, the online platform is what bettors are really waiting for.
Pros & Cons
- Land-based sportsbook
- Trustworthy partner
- Horse racing
- No online sportsbook platform
- No mobile app
- No bonuses