FanDuel is not only one of the leading sportsbooks and daily fantasy sports websites in the United States, but it also has a world-class racebook. FanDuel currently has its sportsbook in only a few states but is continuing to add more as more states legalize sports betting.
The site for FanDuel racing is very well set up in that it is simple to navigate, and the landing page is not overly packed with information. Signing up for an account is easy, and it offers many great features that other racebooks do not. Some highlights include links to races starting soon, today’s popular races and top tracks. There is live streaming of horse races from over 150 tracks in the US and worldwide.
Go on and race over to FanDuel Racing to become part of the action.
FanDuel is always adding lucrative bonuses and promotions, which are not stagnant and always changing. One of the nice things about the bonuses is FanDuel has a lot of them when it comes to the bigger races.
A couple of the bonuses it is offering at the time of writing are:
|Online Racebook||FanDuel Racing|
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If you would like to open a FanDuel Racing account, you can do so in the following states:
If you do not reside in one of the above states, you cannot open an account at the racebook, but FanDuel is working on operating in more states.
In most states, you have to be at least 18 years old to open an account, but you will have to be 21 years old to open an account in North Dakota.
FanDuel does offer a mobile application for its racebook, but not only do you have to be a resident of a state that it offers its product in, you have to be physically within state lines to place wagers. The app is available at the Apple Store for iOS users.
While Google does not allow for betting applications in its store, you can access the racebook on an Android device by visiting the main site.
FanDuel offers no lack of bets to make. Here are some of the common wager types at the racebook and their abbreviations that you will see on the site:
The exacta, trifecta, and superfecta bets have other options:
As stated before, FanDuel offers races from all around the world at over 150 tracks. All of the major tracks are covered, and you know this is the case with all the pertinent betting info it has on the big races, especially for the ones in the Triple Crown.
At the bottom of the landing page, you will see a link to tracks, and by clicking on that link, you will see all the tracks that have upcoming races that have odds posted. On the top of that page, it has two links for region — US and international — and right next to that, the links for race type: thoroughbred, harness and quarter horse.
What is also nice about the tracks link is that it not only shows all of the upcoming racing at those tracks but also the results of races recently finished.
FanDuel racing offers a wide array of banking methods for deposits and withdrawals. One of the nice things is that most of the deposit options have instant processing times, which means right after you make a real money deposit, you can start to bet on the races.
The ones that do not have instant processing times are wire transfers and money orders.
The deposit options at FanDuel racing are:
Here are the withdrawal options at FanDuel racing and the fee and processing times:
While FanDuel racing has good customer support, it is not great. The reasons for that being that there is no live chat customer service, and phone support is not available 24/7.
There is no customer service email, but on the main site, it has a “more” link at the bottom of the page. By clicking on that and then clicking “support,” you can then fill in a “message us” box where you can write your issue and email, and someone will get back to you.
While not for customer service, specifically, there is a general email for FanDuel Racing at [email protected]. Its customer service phone number is 1-888-752-9884, and the hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. EST.
One of the best aspects of the customer service department at FanDuel racing has to be its FAQ section. Not only does it have a list of commonly asked questions with links, but it also has a search box where, if you input any word dealing with any inquiry, you have a list of links that will show up correlating to what you are looking for.