Vermont Casinos

Vermont is known by the nickname ‘The Green Mountain State.’ Vermont spans over 9,620 square miles and is ranked 45th out of the 50 states as far as area. Population wise the state is ranked 49th in the state and is home to 625,741 residents. Vermont was the first state admitted to the Union after the ratification of the Constitution. Vermont has the greatest number of dairy cows in the country.

Land Based Casinos

The state of Vermont currently permits a state lottery where players can be 18 or over to participate in various games such as Powerball, Megabucks Plus, Mega Millions, Instant Scratch Tickets, Hot Lotto, Pick 3, Pick 4, Instant Games & more. The Vermont lottery began in October of 1977, From then on many games were introduced throughout the years like Green Mountain Game was introduced in 1978, Scratch ‘N Match in 1978, Pick 3 was introduced in 1980, Pick 4 was introduced in 1985, Tri State Megabucks was introduced in 1985 & many other games were introduced throughout the years. Bingo & other charity events are also permitted within the state for money, players can participate in this type of gaming once they have reached 18 or over. Currently in the state of Vermont, there are no horse racing tracks, pari-mutuel betting, or land based casinos for playing at.

Online Casinos

Online gambling is also permitted within the state of Vermont because there are no laws prohibiting this type of gaming. In the United States online gambling is legal for players who are 18 and over from the US. One of the best parts of online gambling is the promotions, players can find many different forms of welcome bonuses with deposit match bonuses where the players can double their deposits to earn much more money to make their winning chances higher. Players can choose from no deposit match bonuses which allow the players to test out the software without making a deposit. Online casinos have two different ways to play, the first is the downloadable version of the software which allows the player to have all of the games right on their computer. The second version is a no download flash version which is a great way for mac users to gamble online. Currently there is one law pertaining to online gambling which is the UIGEA which prohibits players from making deposits with their banking information or credit card information, alternatively players can deposit with many other methods such as eWallets.