New York has access to some of the best promotions in sports gambling, but you have to utilize them this weekend before they expire.
All you have to do is follow the instructions below and you’ll be well on your way to a big payday. Remember: These offers are only available for new users and won’t last past Sunday.
FanDuel Super Bowl LVII Promo
FanDuel is offering by far the biggest risk-free bet among sportsbooks right now with up to $3,000 of your first bet fully insured.
Here’s what you do:
- Sign up for FanDuel using this link
- Deposit $10 or more into your account
- Wager $10 or more on ANY Super Bowl bet
That’s all there is to it. Keep in mind that only your first bet will be fully insured.
There are a few ways to play your risk-free wager. Let’s say you want to swing for the fences and bet on DeVonta Smith scoring the first touchdown at 11-1 odds. If you bet $3,000 on that and win, you’re looking at a $33,000 profit!
If you lose, no sweat! The money you risked will be deposited back into your account in bet credits for future use.
This weekend, there’s nothing to lose. Sign up at FanDuel today before this offer expires.
Caesars Super Bowl LVII Promo
Caesars is offering a promotion similar to FanDuel’s for up to $1,250 in a risk-free wager for the first bet placed.
Here’s what you do:
2. Deposit $10 or more into your account
Once you’ve loaded up your account, you’re ready to spend your fully insured first bet. If you’re signing up with FanDuel, too, this could be a rare opportunity to guarantee yourself some money.
If you want to swing for the fences you could double up on your risk-free bets with both sportsbooks.
But if you like to play it safe, you could pick one side of a bet with FanDuel and take the other side with Caesars. Either way, one of your bets is guaranteed to win and even though one is also guaranteed to lose, you’ll get the losses back for future use.
Win-win opportunities are hard to come by in sports betting. Don’t let this pass you by. Sign up for Caesars today.
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