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U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about the release of Olympian and WNBA player Brittney Griner from Russian custody, at the White House on December 08, 2022 in Washington, DC.
U.S. President Joe Biden speaks about the release of Olympian and WNBA player Brittney Griner from Russian custody, at the White House on December 08, 2022 in Washington, DC. Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images via AFP.

We are entering campaign season for those hoping to sit at the highest seat of authority in the United States. Read on for our break down of the best 2024 U.S. Presidential Election odds.

Now that the midterm elections have been decided, the political world turns its attention to the U.S. Presidential election coming up in 2024. One candidate, former President Donald Trump has planted an early flag in the race. Others, including the current White House occupant, Joe Biden, have yet to make their candidacy formal.

Obviously, it is fun to speculate and even lay some action on the outcome of this monumental election. However, legal sportsbooks in the United States are not allowed to offer odds on the presidential race. So, for the purpose of this article, we have obtained our lines via our best sportsbooks in Ontario, Canada.    

Here is our look at the best odds for the 2024 U.S. Presidential election, along with a look at some potential picks.

U.S. Presidential Election Odds 2024

NameDraftKingsFanDuelBetMGMCaesars
Joe Biden+275+275+300 🔥+190 ❄️
Ron DeSantis+175+180+175+200 🔥
Donald J. Trump+550+550+600+800 🔥
Kamala Harris+1800+1800+2000 🔥+1400 ❄️
Gavin Newsom+2500+2500+2500+1400 ❄️
Mike Pence+2500 ❄️+3500+4000 🔥+3000
Nikki Haley+3500+3500+3300 ❄️+3500
Pete Buttigieg+3500+3300+4000 🔥+3000 ❄️
Ted Cruz+8000 ❄️+10000+10000+10000
Kanye West+15000+10000+10000+250000 🔥

U.S. Presidential Election Best Bets

  • Joe Biden (+300 via BetMGM) - Jan 11
  • Ron DeSantis (+200 via Caesars) - Jan 11
  • Donald J. Trump (+800 via Caesars) - Jan 11

U.S. Presidential Election Odds 2024: Favorites

Joe Biden (+300 via BetMGM)

There is still much speculation as to whether or not the current occupant of the White House will seek a second term. Despite that, President Biden remains among the favorites to win the 2024 election if he runs. However, only Caesars has him at the shortest odds (+190). Expect these odds to drop considerably once he makes an official re-election announcement.

Ron DeSantis (+200 via Caesars)

The Florida Governor has yet to officially announce his intentions to challenge for the Republican presidential nomination. However, many polls are projecting DeSantis as the most viable candidate for the 2024 campaign. He leads every book as the frontrunner except Caesars. You might see these numbers fluctuate once he makes his official entry into the race.

Donald J. Trump (+800 via Caesars)

Odds for the former President suggest the uncertain nature of his attempt to return to Washington D.C. He is currently in a battle with DeSantis in the public forum and has been receiving mixed reviews from his fellow Republicans. Trump is still among the favorites for what would be his second term. Taking him at 8/1 is actually not a bad proposition considering his numbers may be less favorable for bettors as we approach the primaries. This is especially true if his poll numbers increase in the coming months.

U.S. Presidential Election Odds 2024: Contenders

Kamala Harris (+2000 via BetMGM)

Obviously, a bet on the current Vice President now would assume that President Biden will step down after his first term. In that case, the logical choice would be Harris for his successor. She has more than double the odds of Trump at this point and is well behind Biden and DeSantis. Now is the time though to lock in these odds because if and when she officially enters the race, you’ll never see numbers like these again.

Gavin Newsom (+2500 via DraftKings)

So far, the Democratic party has been playing from the same playbook in terms of the presidential race. Newsom, like every other potential candidate, is marking time until President Biden decides his fate. The California Governor has told the President he has no interest in running for the top office. However, things change quickly in politics, and Newsom could easily change his mind if Biden does not seek re-election.

Mike Pence (+4000 via BetMGM)

Pence is among the dozens of names being tossed around for the 2024 presidential election that has not made an official bid. If he did decide to enter the race, he would be in for an uphill battle, which his 40/1 odds suggest. He does not have the motivating factor that DeSantis has, but he would still be a contender for the White House if he runs. DraftKings seems to think Pence is a stronger threat than the other books.

U.S. Presidential Election Odds 2024: Long Shots

Pete Buttigieg (+4000 via BetMGM)

There are very few long shots that possess a serious shot at winning a presidential election. However, Buttigieg has experience running for the office as he was a DNC hopeful in the 2020 election. He ultimately failed to earn the nomination. Mayor Pete is another Democratic potential waiting in the wings for his chance to run again. If he has that chance, these odds will shorten.

Nikki Haley (+3500 via FanDuel)

In truth, these odds should be higher. The former Ambassador to the United Nations has led us to believe she may make a play for the White House. And while she may do just that, she will find herself in an all-out brawl with the likes of Trump and DeSantis. It’s highly likely she doesn’t even get in the battle, but she’ll make for an intriguing underdog if she does.

Kanye West (+250000 via Caesars)

Here is a way to admit you love chaos without actually admitting it. There were those who believed it was crazy to think Trump could be the president. At this point, it’s hard to say there is no way West gets in the conversation at some point. The fact that there is a gigantic discrepancy between the 2500/1 odds on Caesars and the more conservative 150/1 and even 100/1 on DraftKings and FanDuel further proves how much of a wild card Ye could be.

U.S. Presidential Election Recent Winners

YearName (Party)Odds
2020Joe Biden (D)-175
2016Donald J. Trump (R)+375
2012Barack Obama (D)-450
2008Barack Obama (D)-900
2004George W. Busch (R)-188
2000George W. Busch (R)-175
1996Bill Clinton (D)-1000
1992Bill Clinton (D)-800

U.S. Presidential Election FAQs

Who won the last U.S. Presidential election?

Joe Biden became the 46th President of the United States after defeating incumbent Donald J. Trump in the 2020 election.

When will the U.S. Presidential election be decided?

The 2024 United State presidential election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2024.

Where will the U.S. Presidential election be decided?

Candidates will campaign for office in several cities and states until November 2024. Ultimately, voters will decide who will be the President of the United States at polling booths across the country.

How to watch the U.S. Presidential election

Every major news outlet will be covering the results of the 2024 United States Presidential election.

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