William Hill is a fully legal and licensed online sportsbook in New Jersey. Launched in September 2018, William Hill takes real money online bets through its partnerships with Monmouth Park Racetrack and Oceans Casino in Atlantic City.

Welcome Bonus

William Hill is offering a one time “Bet $50, Get $50” promotion just for signing up and depositing $50.

Create a William Hill Sportsbook account right now to get your $50 bonus!

To collect on this bonus you must:

  • Sign up for a new sportsbook account.
  • Make a deposit of $50 within the first seven days after signing up using the bonus code WH50.
  • Place a total of $50 in total bets within 60 days of deposit.  This can be one $50 bet or a series of smaller bets that total $50.

Once the wagering requirements are completed, William Hill will put your $50 bonus into your cash account within seven days of completion.

Bets Offered

William Hill offers all your typical sports wagers including moneyline, point spreads, totals and parlays up 10 games, and futures. William Hill also offers a limited menu of prop bets and in-game betting. It is important to note that no bets will be taken on games taking place in New Jersey or that involve any college based in New Jersey due to the laws in New Jersey.

In-game betting is an exciting feature that allows bettors to place bets after the action has already started. William Hill does offer in-game betting, but is not as innovative as other sites that allow you to place bets on every pitch, play or down. William Hill offers in-game betting on typical wagers including moneyline, point spreads, very limited props and totals, all while the odds are constantly updating as the action unfolds. Odds on William Hill are displayed in American format (+155, -200).

William Hill online sportsbook has an easy to use layout with quick access to anything you may need right on the homepage. On the left side of the page you will find links for InPlay betting options, all the popular markets, a search feature and all sports listed A-Z in a dropdown menu. The homepage defaults to popular games to wager on but the center of the screen will populate with any market you choose from the left. The right side of the screen shows any selected bets, odds, potential payouts. Once you are happy with your selections,   simply click “Place Bet” and you are on your way.

Sports Offered

    • Auto Racing
    • Basketball (NBA, NCAA)
    • Football (NFL, NCAA)
    • Baseball (MLB)
    • Fighting (Boxing, MMA)
    • Golf
    • Hockey
    • Soccer
    • Tennis
    • Rugby
    • Cricket

Deposits and Withdrawals

All your banking needs can be taken care of by clicking on “My Account” and choosing “Deposit” or  “Withdrawal” from the drop down menu and all available options will appear on your screen.

Deposit Methods

  • ACH/eCheck – Safely and securely fund your account with your banking routing and account number.
  • William Hill Prepaid Card – Sign up for your prepaid card and instantly fund your account and a physical card will be mailed to you in 10-14 days.
  • Credit/Debit Card – Use your Visa or MasterCard to instantly put money in your account.
  • Cash at Live Sportsbook – Simply go to a Oceans Casino or Monmouth Park Sportsbooks with your valid ID and account number and fund your account with cash.

Withdrawal Methods

  • William Hill Prepaid Card – Once you receive your card in the mail, you can withdrawal funds to the card and take cash out at any ATM or use the card anywhere Discover is accepted.
  • Cash at Live Sportsbook – Withdrawal funds to the live sportsbook, bring your valid ID and account number to pick up your cash.  There is a limit of $3000 per day on live withdrawals.

Geolocation

Deposits and withdrawals can be done from anywhere, but in order to place a bet on William Hill online sportsbook, you must physically be located in New Jersey. Geolocation is a positioning software that uses your IP address and available Wi-Fi signals to triangulate your computers location or the GPS on your phone when using the mobile app.

William Hill Sportsbook Company Information

William Hill has come a long way since they opened their doors in 1934 in London England as one of the original High Street bookmakers. They have over 16,000 employees in offices in the UK, Gibraltar and Ireland and hold licenses in several countries including Australia. It is estimated that William Hill owns 25% of the sportsbook market in the UK and has annual revenues of $2.1 Billion.

In 2012, William Hill made it way to the United States after buying three chains of sportsbooks in Nevada , Leroy’s, Lucky’s and satellite operations of Club Cal Neva for a total price of $53 million. William Hill is now the largest sports betting business in Nevada where it operate 107 race and sportsbooks and their mobile sports betting app.

Following the decision by the United States Supreme Court that declared PAPSA unconstitional, New Jersey wasted no time in allowing their existing casinos to open sportsbooks. William Hill struck a deal to provide both live and online sportsbook services to Monmouth Park Racetrack and Oceans Resort Casinos expanding their already global business into the Garden State.

FAQs

Who can place bets on William Hill online sportsbook?

Any 21 years of age or older who is physically located in the state of New Jersey.

What can I do if I have a gambling problem or just need a break from gaming?

All of your responsible gaming options are fully explained on a page you can find by scrolling to the bottom of the homepage labeled “Patron Protection.” You can set deposit limits, spending limits, time limits, temporary self-suspension, and total lifetime self-exclusion. For more help, you can call 1800-GAMBLER.

I am new to sports betting, or new to a certain sports betting market, where can I go on William Hill to learn?

You can find their “William Hill How To Bet Guide” under the “Getting Started” drop down menu.

About the Author

  • Ryan Gutzler (rgutzler)

  • Ryan is a former two sport collegiate athlete who now relives the glory days through men’s leagues, coaching and of course, writing about sports. He is also a poker player, sports bettor and avid Sixers, Phillies, Flyers and Duke homer.