Oklahoma gamblers must continue to wait for legal sports betting. But there are still plenty of options for wagering and Oklahoma casino gambling in the Sooner State.
Oklahoma has hundreds of land-based casinos and gambling areas with slot machines, electronic games and traditional table games. Unfortunately, online gambling in Oklahoma is not yet legal. In the meantime, we strongly recommend Oklahoma gamblers stay away from risky offshore sites.
Offshore casino sites aren’t licensed or regulated, meaning bettors don’t have any legal recourse on disputed wagers or lack of timely payments. They also can’t be sure they’ll ever get their deposit back if the site gets shut down, if their personal information is safely secured or even if the games are legitimate.
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No, online casinos remain off limits in Oklahoma. There are still plenty of tribal casinos with legal gambling options and horse race betting is allowed, but there’s currently not a big push to legalize gambling in the relatively conservative state.
In the meantime, Oklahoma casino enthusiasts can play all their favorite table games and slot machines at online social casinos. These social casinos are perfectly legal in Oklahoma because the player doesn’t need to deposit any money, They can, however, win real money and prizes using sweeps coins assigned at the free registration process or acquired through play.
This technically counts as a sweepstakes rather than gambling, because the player isn’t risking any of their own money. Social casinos are a great legal option for Oklahoma gamblers, and they’re completely safe, unlike an illegal offshore gambling site.
It’s tough to say. Most states that have recently moved to legalize online gambling have done so as part of a series of bills in part legalizing sports wagering, and Oklahoma is still lagging behind there. Oklahoma has never permitted online casino gambling or online poker, but we strongly recommend staying away from offshore casino sites regardless.
The national conversation on gambling is changing and even conservative states have taken measures to expand laws for things such as online poker and sports betting in recent years. Oklahoma could certainly follow at some point, but there’s no realistic timetable at the moment.
|Casino||City||Address||Hours of Operation|
|Ada Gaming Center||Lincoln||100 Twin River Rd||24 hours|
|Buffalo Run Casino||Miami||1000 Buffalo Run Blvd||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Cash Springs Gaming Center||Sulphur||23 West Vinita St||8 a.m.-7 a.m.|
|Cherokee Casino Will Rogers Downs||Claremore||20900 S 4200 Rd||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Cherokee Casino Fort Gibson||Fort Gibson||107 N Georgetown Rd||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Cherokee Casino Roland||Roland||109 Cherokee Blvd||8 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Cherokee Casino Sallisaw||Sallisaw||1621 W Ruth Ave||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Cherokee Casino Tahlequah||Tahlequah||3307 Seven Clans Ave||10 a.m.-2 a.m./7 days a week|
|Cherokee Casino West Siloam Springs||West Siloam Springs||2416 US-412||8 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Chisholm Trail Casino||Duncan||7807 US-81||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Choctaw Casino Resort Durant||Durant||4216 US-69||Open 24 hours|
|Choctaw Casino Broken Bow||Broken Bow||1790 S Park Dr.||Open 24 hours|
|Choctaw Casino Grant||Grant||1516 US-271||Open 24 hours|
|Choctaw Casino Idabel||Idabel||1425 SE Washington St||Open 24 hours|
|Choctaw Casino McAlester||McAlester||1638 S George Nigh Expy||Open 24 hours|
|Choctaw Casino Pocola||Pocola||3400 Choctaw Rd||Open 24 hours|
|Choctaw Casino Stringtown||Stringtown||893 US-69||Open 24 hours|
|Comanche Nation Casino||Lawton||402 Interstate Dr||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Comanche Red River Casino||Devol||196747 OK-36||11 a.m.-3 a.m.|
|Comanche Spur Casino||Elgin||9047 U.S. Highway 62||11 a.m.-3 a.m.|
|Comanche Star Casino||Walters||263171 Highway 53||11 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Creek Nation Casino of Eufaula||Eufaula||806 Forest Ave||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|FireLake Casino||Shawnee||41207 Hardesty Rd||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Grand Casino Hotel Resort||Shawnee||777 Grand Casino Blvd||6 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Gold Mountain Casino||Ardmore||1410 Sam Noble Pkwy||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Grand Lake Casino||Grove||24701 S 655 Rd||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa||Catoosa||777 W Cherokee St||8 a.m..-3 a.m.|
|High Winds Casino||Miami||61475 E 100 Rd||Open 24 hours|
|Kickapoo Casino Harrah||Harrah||25230 US-62||8 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Kickapoo Casino Shawnee||Shawnee||38900 W MacArthur St||8 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Kiowa Casino||Devol||198131 OK-36||8 a.m.-3 a.m.|
|Lucky Star Casino Clinton||Clinton||10347 N 2274 Rd||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Lucky Star Casino Concho||El Reno||7777 US-81||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Madill Gaming Center||Madill||902 S 1st St||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Muscogee Creek Nation Casino||Muskogee||3420 W Peak Blvd||Open 24 hours|
|Newcastle Casino||Newcastle||2457 Highway, 62 N Service Rd||Open 24 hours|
|Osage Casino Bartlesville||Bartlesville||222 Allen Rd||Open 24 hours|
|Osage Casino Hominy||Hominy||39 Deer Ave||10 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Osage Casino Pawhuska||Pawhuska||2017 E. 15th St OK-99||10 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Osage Casino Ponca City||Ponca City||64464 State Highway 60||Open 24 hours|
|Osage Casino Sand Springs||Sand Springs||301 Blackjack Dr||Open 24 hours|
|Osage Casino Tulsa||Tulsa||951 West 36th St N||Open 24 hours|
|Quapaw Casino||Miami||58100 E 64 Rd||8 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|Remington Park Racetrack & Casino||Oklahoma City||1 Remington Pl||Open 24 hours|
|RiverStar Casino||Terral||11801 E2160 Rd||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|River Spirit Casino||Tulsa||8330 Riverside Pkwy||Open 24 hours|
|Riverwind Casino||Norman||1544 OK-9||Open 24 hours|
|Sac & Fox Casino||Stroud||356120 926 Rd||10 a.m.-2 a.m.|
|SaltCreek Casino||Pocasset||1600 US-81||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Seven Clans Perry||Perry||511 Kaw St||11 a.m.-1 a.m.|
|Seven Clans Red Rock||Red Rock||7500 US-177||Noon-12 p.m.|
|Texoma Casino||Kingston||1795 US-70||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|The Stables Casino||Miami||530 H St SE||9 a.m.-2:30 a.m.|
|Treasure Valley Casino||Davis||12252 Ruppe Rd||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|Washita Casino||Paoli||30639 OK-145||8 a.m.-4 a.m.|
|WinStar World Casino||Thackerville||777 Casino Ave||Open 24 hours|
The Ada Gaming Center includes more than 340 slots and electronic gaming machines, Keno and a limited offering of table games. The modest casino property includes food options and the Traditions bar.
This Miami casino has more than 650 slot machines, classic table games like craps, roulette and blackjack. Buffalo Run also has three restaurants and a nearby 18-hole golf course.
This is a small gambling property in Sulphur that includes roughly 100 electronic gaming machines.
This casino/racetrack features live horse racing and three nearby affiliate hotels. The gaming area includes a variety of slot machines and electronic games. There’s also a restaurant and live music venue.
The Fort Gibson Cherokee location offers more than 450 slot machines and electronic games. There’s also a full restaurant and entertainment venue.
This Oklahoma casino property has a full hotel and offers a variety of electronic games and classic table games like blackjack and Texas Hold’em.
Cherokee’s Sallisaw casino location gives bettors a modest offering of more than 250 slot machines and electronic games. There’s also a bar and grill, and space for large business meetings and gatherings.
This 24-hour gaming property has more than 400 electronic games and slot machines. Food options include a White Wolf Steakhouse and the River City Café.
This is a hotel/casino property with more than 1,600 slot machines and classic table games like roulette, blackjack and Mississippi Stud. There are also several dining options, including a buffet, and a full poker room with regular tournaments.
The 22,000-square foot gaming area has more than 600 electronic games and slot machines. There’s also a sports bar and gift shop.
The Choctaw Durant includes a large hotel tower with multiple room options and an RV park. The gaming area has a massive offering of more than 4,300 slot machines, classic table games like blackjack, roulette, craps and Let it Ride and much more. There’s also a live music venue and more than 15 restaurants and bars.
This casino has hundreds of slot machines and electronic games and table games like blackjack and three card poker. There’s also a café and a bar/entertainment venue.
Choctaw Casino Grant has a hotel on property and more than 1,600 slot machines for Oklahoma players. Table game offerings include craps, blackjack, three card poker, roulette and more.
The Idabel Choctaw location features a variety of slot machines and electronic games with varying stakes. Food and drink are available at the Loggers Bar and Grill.
This McAlester casino has table games like blackjack and Texas Hold’em and a variety of slot machines. There’s also a bar and grill with big screen TVs.
This resort property has a large hotel, four bars and restaurants and a gift shop. Gaming options include more than 1,800 slot machines, table games and a full poker room.
The Stringtown Choctaw casino location has a modest offering of more than 175 slot machines. Food and drink options include the Blue Moon Diner and Route 69 Bar.
This Lawton casino features more than 800 slot machines as well as live blackjack. There’s also a player rewards program, two restaurants and a brewery.
There’s a hotel on property here with a variety of suite and room options, as well as a full fitness center. The casino has more than 1,000 slot machines and table games like blackjack and roulette.
This Elgin casino has a number of slot machines and electronic games, as well as a player rewards program. It’s also attached to a gas station and snack shop.
The Comanche Star has a modest offering of slot machines and electronic games. Dining options include the Comanche Star Grill and the Comanche Star Bar.
This Eufaula casino opened in 2004 and provides bettors with more than 240 slot machines and electronic games. Bettors can also grab a bite at the Jackpot Grill.
If and when Oklahoma moves to legal online gambling, bettors would have many payment options.
Most top online casinos accept a variety of debit and credit cards such as Visa or Mastercard. This is the most familiar method for most players, though some financial institutions still block the transactions even in states with legal online gambling. Talk to your bank if this is your preferred method, as there’s not much the casino can do for anyone who runs into issues using a debit/credit cards.
PayPal is another familiar option and players with existing accounts can simply transfer funds from their PayPal account to the casino. New users can sign up for a PayPal account in a matter of minutes in order to use this method. This is pretty similar to Skrill and other E-wallets. Many top casinos and social casinos accept these as a standard transfer method.
The Play+ card and similar options are another common one. Basically, players can add money to their Play+ card online first. Then they can make their deposit at the online casino using their Play+ card. They can also withdraw winnings back on to the card and access the cash from an ATM.
These are just a few examples of common payment methods. Bettors should be able to find at least one option that works for them no matter the circumstances.
New online casino players can take advantage of multiple bonus and first-time player incentives. Oklahoma casino enthusiasts should definitely shop around and look at potential bonuses before settling on an online casino once the practice is legalized, and Gambling.com is a great place to start as we review all the bonuses to let you know which are the best.
Some sites offer a matched deposit up to a certain amount, like $1,000. Basically they double your money right at sign-up. That’s real money you can use in your account, but some casinos might require a player to wager a certain amount before they can access the bonus funds, and not all games may count the same toward fulfilling the requirements. Be sure to check the terms and conditions.
The deposit match bonus is different than a no-deposit bonus, which is typically a small cash amount (perhaps $25 or so) with no deposit required and easier playthrough requirements.
Free spins are another popular bonus for online slot machine players. Basically the casino deposits a certain number of tokens or coins that can be used instead of a players’ own deposit money to play online slots. They can keep any of the winnings, and they don’t need to risk anything.
Refer-a-friend bonus can be taken advantage of more than once. Basically a player can find a friend or acquaintance to sign up at the same online casino, and the player will receive a bonus in their account as soon as the person they referred signs up. Sometimes the funds might not be available until the referred player has wagered a certain amount.
Every online casino is different with varying bonus offers and referrals. But all the best ones have them, and new players should definitely shop around to take advantage of what amounts to free money.
Oklahoma instituted a sweeping gambling ban in 1916, a policy that would remain in place for nearly a century before the Sooner State began to loosen its gambling policies.
The state first began to recognize legal horse race betting in 1982. It was approved by a majority of counties in the state and led to the implementation of several racetracks, which were also permitted to have electronic gaming machines.
Oklahoma began to allow legal bingo games in 1987, and the changing tides eventually led to a gambling compact with Oklahoma tribes. This allowed for bingo and some electronic games, as well as pari-mutuel horse betting, on tribal lands.
The Charitable Games Act was passed in 1992 and allowed for pull tabs, bingo and other types of raffles. In 2004, the state finally approved Class 3 games and opened the door for different types of electronic games, slot machines and table games at tribal casinos. The Oklahoma State Lottery was approved and rolled out in 2005.
After the introduction of legislation in 2003, and a referendum in 2004; the Oklahoma lottery begins. The Oklahoma lottery quickly grew to include interstate games such as Powerball.
After many years, state officials finally begin negotiations for a compact to upgrade Class 2 gaming to Class 3. This gets approved, directly leading to a boom in tribal casinos.
The Charitable Games Act is passed into law. This allows bingo, pull-tab games and other raffles to be hosted under license of the Alcoholic Beverage Law Enforcement Commission (ABLE).
First gaming compact signed with the Oklahoma tribes, enabling Class 2 games* (bingo or lottery-type games including electronic machines), as well as pari-mutuel horse racing on tribal lands. *Games operated by computers yet assisted by live dealers are often included in this definition.
The Choctaw tribe hosts the first high-stakes bingo games on their lands.
Horse race gambling in the form of pari-mutuel betting is first legislated. This eventually comes into law in 1983, with 12 of Oklahoma’s 15 counties approving the vote. In time, off-site betting and gaming machines for the three major race tracks would also be approved.
Oklahoma bans all forms of gambling.
Oklahoma hasn’t had any luck advancing legal sports betting legislation. The U.S. Supreme Court gave individual states the power to legalize sports gambling with a 2018 decision to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. Oklahoma, which has been slow to adopt gaming legislation in the past, so far hasn’t moved to include sports gambling as an option for Sooner State residents.
Oklahoma will first need to legalize land-based sports betting before online sports betting, which may or may not come at the same time. Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt in 2020 attempted to authorize sports betting at certain tribal casinos, but the state Supreme Court ruled 7-1 against Stitt and decided he did not have the power to implement the new gambling laws.
We’ll have to wait and see if the governor or any further legislation can have more success in bringing legal sports betting to Oklahoma.
Like many states, Oklahoma hasn’t made a legal ruling for or against Daily Fantasy Sports. That means Oklahoma DFS players are free to participate in the popular contests with operators like DraftKings and FanDuel. This practice will continue as acceptable under this gray area of the law unless lawmakers rule definitively for or against DFS contests in the future.
Horse race betting in Oklahoma was legalized in 1982. Several racetracks on tribal land across the state now offer live racing, pari-mutuel racing and casino gaming with electron games and classic table games.
Some states with legal sports betting have prohibited betting on in-state college teams, while others are all-inclusive. Some allow for betting on eSports. Others do not. We don’t know how Oklahoma would rule on bets for the Oklahoma Sooners or Oklahoma State Cowboys. Either way, a wide range of sports would certainly be available including:
No. Online gambling in Oklahoma is currently prohibited in all forms.
The legal gambling age in Oklahoma is 18, though the legal age is 21 at casinos that serve alcohol.
Oklahoma’s existing tribal casinos would presumably have the first crack at applying for online gaming licenses should the state ever legalize the practice.
No, tourists and visitors would be able to gamble online in Oklahoma if it becomes legal. Anyone of legal age within state lines would be allowed to participate.
Social casinos are perfectly legal in Oklahoma. These are completely free for players, who can even win real money or other prizes playing online table games and slot machines very similar to the ones found at land-based casinos. Any real money gambling site making offers is an offshore-based site and should be avoided.
Tribal casinos, horse race betting, state lottery, bingo and other charitable games and Daily Fantasy Sports are currently available as Oklahoma gambling options.
Oklahoma gamblers can get action at tribal casinos or retail locations where lottery tickets are sold
No. Sports betting remains prohibited in Oklahoma both online and at retail locations.
The Oklahoma Gaming Commission currently oversees horse racing and tribal casino gaming and would presumably serve as the regulatory body should Oklahoma legalize online gambling.
Yes. Unlike offshore casinos, legal real-money casinos are heavily vetted and regulated. That means you know you’ll get fair odds on games and your personal information required at sign-up will be protected.
Some gambling winnings over a certain amount must be reported as income and will be subject to an Oklahoma state tax rate of 4.5%.
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