Welcome to PromoCodePA.com, the home of promo codes available for Pennsylvania’s brand new online gambling sites.
We’re expecting some good promotions and bonuses once these casinos go live sometime in 2018. So be sure to come back often to find the Pennsylvania promo codes that are available, along with information when when these casinos finally launch.
About Pennsylvania Online Gaming Promo Codes
Pennsylvania online poker and casino promo codes are expected to be offered when casinos launch – hopefully by the middle of 2018.
Use your Pennsylvania promo codes to qualify for bonuses and promotions offered by the many casinos in Pennsylvania. Entering in your bonus code will ensure that you get the best offers and promotions when signing up for a poker room or casino.
Generally, you will need to add your promo code when prompted during registration but promo codes may also be required when making a deposit.
When PA online casinos do finally go live, make sure to come back to this website to find your PA promo codes.
What does Pennsylvania Online Gambling mean for me as a player from Pennsylvania?
Desperate for new revenue, the Pennsylvania Assembly passed an extensive gambling bill. The bill was then signed by Governor Tom Wolfe in October 2017 and represents a huge expansion of gambling for the State of Pennsylvania and is widely seen as a potential catalyst to regulation in other states.
With the bill’s passage Pennsylvania will become just 4th state in the United States to regulate online gambling. This means more security and protections for players as well as opportunity to play games that are 100% legal. In addition, more potential players means poker games and casino and poker promotions could be extremely attractive when games go live.
When the legislature passed the bill, in one fell swoop, the following will be allowed online
- Online poker
- Online slots and table games
- Daily fantasy sports
The state will allow 13 operator licenses – which equals the number of existing brick and mortar casinos. Existing licensed Pennsylvania online casinos will be given first priority to grab the licenses, which will be available for 5 years at a cost of $10 million each. Alternatively, an operator can choose to apply for a product-specific license (such as poker) for $4 million.
If any of the 13 licenses remain after the first phase of application, non Pennsylvania companies will have the opportunity to take part. It is also expected that for poker players, Pennsylvania poker rooms will ultimately merge player pools with other states (Delaware, Nevada and New Jersey) at a later date.
Partnerships with existing online poker rooms and software providers will be a popular way to offer games to Pennsylvania customers.
Be Ready for Online Gambling in Pennsylvania
As mentioned, nobody knows for sure when online gambling will go live in Pennsylvania. We do know that the state is anxious to start generating tax revenue and online gambling has proven to be a good cash cow for states.