NFL Betting Arizona: NFL Betting Sites & Sportsbooks January 2023

By Marcus Mosher
Fact Checked by Lawrence Hollyfield

Sports betting is legal in the state of Arizona, and that means bettors can bet on the NFL today in Arizona. With 17 games and an 18-week season, plus the playoffs, there are plenty of opportunities to get in the action.

Best Arizona NFL Bets, Jan. 29

Here are my choices for the hottest Arizona NFL bets you can make this week. 

Each week I will share a new game from a handful of top Arizona legal online sportsbooks.

Best NFL Betting Sites in Arizona

Make the most of the end of the regular season and the playoffs by visiting these operators. Maybe it's time to try your hand at a new one and collect another new customer bonus. 

The NFL is one of the biggest betting markets in the world. From types of bets that can be placed on the NFL to finding your favorite Arizona NFL sportsbooks, this page will have everything you need on how to bet on football games in AZ. I have you covered.

What Are The Best NFL Bets to Make in AZ?

NFL betting in Arizona never has been easier. It's up to the players to decide which types of bets are best suited for them. Arizona bettors of course can make traditional bets, such as moneyline, point spread and totals. But several more options for sports gambling in Arizona are available, such as live betting – which is rapidly becoming one of the most popular ways to bet in legal states – as well as futures and props. 

To Bet on the Arizona Cardinals will naturally be the biggest attraction, but the other NFL games will be bet on a lot as well.

Now, let's take a look at all the common ways to bet on the NFL in Arizona and how to understand Arizona NFL lines.

NFL Moneyline Bets

The easiest way to wager on the NFL is to bet on the moneyline in Arizona. A moneyline bet is simply picking which team will win a game. Moneyline bets aren't as popular as other NFL bets because of the payouts, especially on favorites. Here is an example of what NFL moneyline bet may look like with the odds:

βœ…  Arizona Cardinals +125 / Los Angeles Rams -150

In this example, the Cardinals are the underdog (+) and a bettor would need to wager $100 to win $125. The Rams (-) are the favorites, and a player would need to wager $150 to win $100. Before betting on the moneyline, be sure to compare odds at the best NFL betting sites in Arizona as they can differ from site to site.

NFL Point Spread Betting

The most common NFL bet is wagering on the point spread. An Arizona point spread bet is where a bettor wagers on the margin of victory or defeat. Every NFL game will have a point spread, and oddsmakers generally set lines to encourage equal betting action on each team. So NFL lines in Arizona will mirror the money coming in on the game,

In every NFL game, the "favorite" will be indicated by a (-) sign ahead of the team and the number of points it needs to win by to cover the spread. Likewise, the underdog will see a (+) sign and the number of points it must not lose by in order to cover the spread. 

Of course, an outright win by the underdog also counts as covering the point spread. Here is an example of what an NFL point spread could look like in a given game:

βœ…  Kansas City Chiefs +6.5 (-110) vs. Las Vegas Raiders -6.5 (-110)

In this scenario, the Raiders are 6.5-point favorites and would need to win by 7 or more to cover the spread. The Chiefs are the underdogs and would need to lose by 6 or fewer points – or win outright – to cover the spread. For both teams, the payouts are -110, which means that a player would need to wager $110 to win $100. Point spreads and odds can change from site to site, so be sure to check out the latest line movement on the best NFL betting sites in AZ.

NFL Totals Betting

Another popular Arizona NFL betting wager is by betting the point total, which can also be referred to as the over/under. What makes Arizona totals betting so popular is how simple the bet is. On any given NFL game, you can simply bet if the total number of points scored in the game goes under or over the amount set by the operator. Here is an example of what a total bet may look like for the NFL:

Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams

βœ…  Over 52.5 points (-110)
βœ…  Under 52.5 points (-110)

In this case, a player who bets the over at 52.5 points would need at least 53 total points scored combined for the bet to win. Likewise, a player who bets the under would need fewer than 52 or fewer points scored for the bet to hit. Points scored in overtime count toward the point total.

NFL Parlays

If you are searching for bigger payouts during the NFL season, consider making a parlay bet in Arizona. A parlay combines multiple moneyline, point spread, totals and occasionally prop bets into one single bet. The appeal to parlay bets is that they offer much bigger payouts than just betting each event individually. Here is an example of what an NFL parlay bet might look like using three moneyline picks:

βœ…  Cardinals (-195) over Lions
βœ…  Rams (+150) over Seahawks
βœ…  Giants (+175) over Eagles 
⭐  Yields an amplified +945 possible parlay payout.

This means that a $100 wager would return the player $1,045 if all three legs hit. Of course, adding more picks to this parlay would increase the odds dramatically; however, if even one of the picks loses, the entire bet is deemed a loss.

NFL Futures

Another way to bet on the NFL, and that doesn't involve betting on single games, is by placing a futures bets in Arizona. A futures bet is when a bettor wagers on an NFL event that will happen in the future. Common futures bets include who will win the upcoming Super Bowl, the MVP NFL player, will the Cardinals make the NFL playoffs, total wins, etc.

The appeal to futures bets is that players can cheer on bets all season rather than having them lose or fail in just one week. This also allows players to root for different teams/players than they maybe traditionally root for, giving them something else to watch during the season. If you jump on a surprising team or pick early, it can be very lucrative.

NFL Prop Bets

One of the most fun ways to bet on football is via a prop bet. A prop bet in Arizona is a wager that is based on an individual player or a specific event that doesn't necessarily correlate to the final outcome of a game.

For example, a player can bet on how many passing yards Cardinals QB Kyler Murray will have in a given game. Operators will set a total for passing yards, and a bettor must decide to bet the over or under.

Every NFL game will have dozens of prop bets available, but most of the big games and primetime contests will have even more available. And in the bigger games, the different types of prop bets can be drastic. For example, the Super Bowl often creates crazy prop bets, such as what color sports drink will be dumped on the winning coach and who wins the coin toss.

One of the best bits of advice I can offer is to shop around for the best odds and lines for prop bets during the week. Often, you'll see quite the range in odds and totals. Remember, the difference in a -110 to -105 bet may seem small at the time of the bet, but that can add up over the course of the NFL season.

NFL Teaser Bets

A teaser bet is a version of a parlay bet, but in this case, the NFL odds are shifted in favor of the player in exchange for a lower payout. Players can not "tease" the moneyline, but instead, can shift the point spread or total 6, 6.5, 7, 10 and sometimes even up to 13 points. A teaser bet must include at least two separate bets. Teaser bets aren't used often by NFL bettors, but they can become useful to players who want a better chance to hit on a multi-leg bet.

Buying Points Bets

Most NFL sites allow players to "buy" points on the point spread or total to increase the lines. However, this comes at a cost as it will lower the potential payout. Generally, it's not a good strategy to buy points, as the drop in payoff outweighs the slight shift in the lines. Consider staying away from buying points and stick with the NFL odds that the operator initially provides.

NFL Live Betting

AZ live betting offers a completely different experience from traditional betting. Not only can players wager on the update moneyline, point spread and total as the game is going on, they can also wager on the outcome of a drive, who will win a quarter, etc. 

βœ…  If you decide to live bet, the best piece of advice I have is to actually watch the game. That may seem obvious, but it's important. Watching the game allows bettors to have a feel of how the game is going. Often in the NFL, a fluke play drastically can shift the line, and a favorite/better team is suddenly an underdog. This allows players to quickly find value on teams/games that they typically wouldn't get before kickoff.
βœ…  Another important strategy to consider is not to chase points. If a favorite is down multiple scores early in a game, it might not be wise to double-down on them if you placed a bet on them earlier during the week. Instead, let the game play out and consider using your bankroll somewhere else. Or players can hedge by choosing the underdog on the moneyline to help even out the bet. But it's generally not a wise strategy to "double bet" on a team that you previously bet on before kickoff.

Live betting can make the NFL betting experience even more enjoyable, so be sure to check out your favorite sportsbooks to see which site offers the best live betting options.

Odds For Upcoming NFL Games

This interactive widget – you can change the week of the season and from three types of wagers – gives you the odds for NFL games at multiple sportsbooks and allows you to quickly link to them, sign up and start betting. 

Betting Strategy

Now that you have an idea of what types of wagers can be placed, here are a few general strategies and tips to consider when you bet on the NFL in Arizona.

Home Vs. Away

Generally, home teams win a higher percentage of games than away teams. And more often than not, that is reflected in the moneyline and the point spread. However, there are a few teams that traditionally perform better than their peers on the road, and some home teams that struggle. Be sure to research how teams perform at home and on the road before placing an NFL bet.

Betting NFL Underdogs

Betting on NFL underdogs can be a ton of fun as underdogs win and cover more in the NFL than in most major sports. The appeal to betting on an underdog is usually big payouts on top of an enjoyable rooting experience. However, be sure to pick and choose carefully when to bet on underdogs in the NFL, as favorites still win outright a majority of the time.

NFL Super Bowl Betting

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the biggest gambling days in the United States. Arizona betting sites offer hundreds of ways to bet on the big game, including crazy prop bets, alternate lines and bets that have nothing to do with the actual game. When it comes to actually betting on the game, be sure to shop around for the best odds and monitor the lines as they can shift often throughout the two weeks leading up to the game. Don't forget to bet on the NFL Playoffs in Arizona, too.

How to Sign Up and Bet on NFL Games in Arizona?

Before you begin your Arizona NFL betting, you need to sign up for an Arizona sportsbook. Luckily, there will be several great options for new players. However, not all Arizona sports betting apps and sites are the same; they offer much different experiences and rewards. I will get to how to choose the right one in just a moment, but here are the simple steps you need to follow to sign up for one of these sites.

  1. Choose a legal, operator in the state of Arizona and provide an email address, username and password
  2. The site will ask for some personal information, including full legal name and address, as well as the last four digits of your Social Security number.
  3. After creating a profile, players will be given the opportunity to link their banking information and make their first deposit. Be sure to collect your Arizona sports betting promo. After that, players can begin betting on the NFL.

Withdrawal, Deposit Methods For Arizona NFL Sportsbooks

Most NFL betting sites in Arizona offer varied ways to make deposits and withdrawals. Here is an overview:

Credit/Debit Card

This remains the most common way to put money into your an online sportsbook account, and it is legal, but some financial institutions do not allow gambling transactions. Other banks will treat them like cash advances and charge big fees. Check with your card issuer.


Another popular way for to deposit money into online NFL betting sites is through an e-wallet, with the most common in Arizona being PayPal. Generally, if you can deposit via PayPal, you can withdraw using it as well. You can also fund your PayPal account via credit card.

Play+/Prepaid Cards

Play+ was built with betting online in mind. You can fund a Play+ card with a credit card or bank account, then transfer funds to and from your sportsbook account. You can access cash via an ATM. Prepaid cards – which are available at retail stores and from some sportsbooks in Arizona – can be used. These work like credit or gift cards, with a predetermined amount preloaded.

Bank Transfer

Move funds from into and out of your bank account and online account(s).

Bonuses And Promotions For NFL Betting

Most NFL betting sites feature bonus/promo codes to attract players, with those inducements coming as free NFL bets, odds boosts and even deposit matches. Be sure to read the terms and conditions before accepting promotions.

Tips For Online Betting On The NFL

Here is some insight to help keep you on the plus side financially and have a good time as well.


Manage Your Bankroll

It's always a good idea to manage your bankroll when it comes to betting on the NFL games in Arizona. Before the season begins, set aside an amount of money/funds you want to wager throughout the year. Players never should wager more than 5% of their entire bankroll on a single bet. Instead, shoot for an average of 1-2% per bet. That will allow you survive bad stretches and to keep NFL betting throughout the season without having to make multiple deposits.

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Shop The Numbers

The single most important bit of advice that I can offer players is to shop for the best numbers, NFL lines and odds. You would be surprised at how much they can differ from site to site, so be sure to check two, three or even four operators before placing a bet.

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Don’t Try To Win Back Losses

Inevitably, losses happen. Even the best sports bettors lose roughly 45% of their bets. So, instead of trying to "win" back your losses by doubling down on a single bet, take a breath and regroup before making another bet. The goal of an NFL bettor is to make a profit over the course of the season, not just in one Sunday afternoon.


Pick Your Best Bets

Another great tip when it comes to betting is to just pick the games you feel the most confident in going into a week. Sometimes, that might mean you have only a good feel on one or two bets. Other weeks, that may go up to five or six bets.

Pick your spots and only bet on games that you plan on watching, enjoying and researching. That will help you win a higher percentage of bets over time compared to just betting on every game, every week.

What Makes the Best Arizona NFL Online Betting Sites?

Great Betting Odds

The best NFL betting sites in Arizona will offer competitive lines and attractive payouts. As you play and bet, you'll quickly find which operators offer the best odds, lines and payouts.

Sports Betting Bonuses

Most sportsbook apps in Arizona, as well as their online counterpart, offer betting bonuses and rewards to players to keep them coming back to the site. These rewards can differ from site to site, but can be extremely beneficial to players. Free bets are often available during sign up, while other operators will offer AZ odds boosts, risk-free bets, etc. It's wise to sign up for multiple Arizona online sportsbooks to reap the rewards and sign-up bonuses from these sites. NFL betting should be fun, and earning rewards and bonuses is just another way to enjoy all the action. The best NFL betting sites in Arizona should offer weekly bonuses and promotions, so be sure to checkout your favorite sportsbook to see all offers.

Easy Deposits And Withdrawals

One of the most important aspects of a great betting website is how easy it is to deposit and withdraw funds. Some sites offer nearly a dozen ways to deposit and withdraw money. Some sites also offer faster payouts and that can be extremely attractive to players who want to get paid right away after winning an NFL bet. Be sure to check out all the ways to make deposits and get withdrawals at your favorite operator. Read all reviews on this site details.

Excellent Customer Support

Arguably the most important part of NFL betting sites in Arizona is how does the customer support handle problems? Inevitably, questions will arrive and sites that offer 24/7 customer support and live chats will top all other operators.

Arizona NFL Betting FAQ


Marcus Mosher covers the NFL, NFL Draft and NFL news for The managing editor of The Raiders Wire is also a contributor to The Athletic DFW, Pro Football Weekly and FanSided, and previously wrote for FanRag Sports. He hosts Locked On Cowboys Podcast. During NFL season, Marcus tracks his picks as a handicapper for

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