Make Safe Bets At Pennsylvania Casinos For Super Bowl 2023

Written By Derek Helling on February 10, 2023
Pennsylvania casinos are the safest way to gamble on Super Bowl 2023

Eagles fans, the big day is nearly here. Super Bowl 2023 brings some rare opportunities to place hundreds of bets on your favorite NFL team. And with all the excitement, it can be easy for Pennsylvanians to fall prey to illegal gambling outlets.

The Better Business Bureau (BBB) tracks scams related to gambling and has a few helpful tips to ensure your Eagles bets are legitimate. Foremost among those strategies for success is to include Pennsylvania casinos in your betting plans.

Super Bowl 2023 safe betting tips from the BBB

According to the Better Business Bureau, the organization is seeing more reports from people who say they fell victim to scams around sports bets. For example, one person alleges they were unable to withdraw their winnings after placing a winning bet.

The best way to get out of a scam is to never get involved in the first place. To that end, the BBB has a few tips for avoiding the situation altogether. Those include filtering out spam, reading all the conditions of an offer from a sportsbook, and understanding the sportsbook’s terms of service.

Foremost among those recommendations, though, is only using a regulated sports betting service that has a license from the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB). While those include online PA sportsbooks that operate in cooperation with Pennsylvania casinos, those casinos also offer in-person sports betting opportunities.

The PGCB maintains a map of licensed gambling establishments you can visit on Super Bowl Sunday. The BBB explains why choosing them over a local bookie or offshore website is ideal for avoiding scams, too.

Why Pennsylvania casinos are an ideal Super Bowl destination

According to the BBB, it’s important to use a licensed sportsbook. Doing so can help you avoid the deceptive language that scams often employ to trick people. At Pennsylvania casinos, all marketing materials are approved by the PGCB for not only accuracy but truthfulness as well.

Furthermore, you can be confident that if you place your bet at a Pennsylvania casino, you will receive your potential winnings and in a timely fashion. Should you encounter any issues, however, using a regulated gambling establishment means you can contact the PGCB for assistance.

At the same time, you don’t have to sacrifice any entertainment value to use a licensed casino. These regulated sportsbooks will offer a plethora of prop bets and live bets on Super Bowl LVII Sunday. What’s more, you can take advantage of some other opportunities while you’re there.

For instance, Rivers Casino Philadelphia is planning a “Big Game 2023” event on Sunday with a buffet, drink specials, and of course game viewing. If the Eagles rout the Chiefs, you can check out the poker, slots, and table games, too.

The festivities will be more fun when you don’t have to worry about getting scammed on your play. Consumer protection is part of the reason why Pennsylvania licensed and regulated gambling in the first place.

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Derek Helling is the assistant managing editor of PlayUSA. Helling focuses on breaking news, including legislation and litigation in the gaming industry. He enjoys reading hundreds of pages of a gambling bill or lawsuit for his audience. Helling completed his journalism degree at the University of Iowa.

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