FanDuel Sportsbook Promos
FanDuel Sportsbook has been available in New Jersey for a year, Pennsylvania since late July and now West Virginia, just in time for the start of the NFL’s 100th season. So sports bettors in those states will no doubt be eager to login to check the Week 1 game lines.
They won’t be disappointed either as the operator has plenty of betting options, including straight wagers, player and game propositions, parlays, teasers*, half and quarter wagers, round robins, futures, spread wagers – and last but not least Live Wagers, for when the action gets underway.
*they offer 6,6.5 and 7 point teasers for NFL and 6.5, 7 and 7.5 point teasers on college football.
Fans of college football will also love their latest promotion: ‘CFB Close Loss Insurance‘. Once logged in to opt-in, bettors can secure up to a $50 refund on moneyline bets if their team loses by 6 or less. Furthermore the operator’s ‘Multi Sport Parlay Insurance’ is another nice promo to have on your side heading into the big kickoff. Place a parlay of 5+ legs in any sport and any market. If you hit all legs except 1, you can get up to $25 back.
Here’s how it works:
- Place a parlay of 5+ legs in any sport and any market
- $25 max. refund per eligible wager
- If all of the legs hit except for 1, you get your money back
- 4 eligible wagers per Sportsbook account holder per day
- Round robins and teasers are not eligible
- Each individual leg of the parlay must have odds greater than or equal to -200 (e.g. -175, -110, +140 would qualify)
- Further T&Cs apply
Here are just five Week 1 NFL games with current FanDuel lines (subject to change) you might want to consider for parlays:
Philadelphia Eagles (+4) @ New York Jets (-4)
Indianapolis Colts (+3) @ Cincinnati Bengals (-3)
New York Giants (+2.5) @ New England Patriots (-2.5)
Kansas City Chiefs (+2) @ Green Bay Packers (-2)
Los Angeles Chargers (+4) @ San Francisco 49ers (-4)
Think you can beat the book and land a parlay? Go close and hit four of the five and you will get your money back up to $25.
Still not signed up to FanDuel Sportsbook?
There’s really no excuse not to – providing you’re physically present in either NJ, PA or WV – as all new customers can take advantage of a ‘$500 Risk-Free Bet‘.
That’s right, join FanDuel today and make your first bet*. If you lose, they’ll give you a refund of up to $500 in site credit (within 72 hours). T&Cs apply.
*if you have multiple selections on one bet slip, it will be the first selection you made.
Bettors in NJ can use FanDuel for more than sports wagering, with help from partner Betfair Casino. And why not as there is a great offer for all new customers: a $100 Risk Free Casino Offer.
Here’s how it works:
Log into Betfair Casino during the promotion period and wager any amount of real money on any casino game and they will refund you 100% of your net losses on your casino account incurred during the first 24 hours of placing your first real money casino account wager, up to $100!
You can access both the FanDuel Sportsbook and Casino with the same login and password as they share the same wallet. Remember to play responsibly.
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