Got $10 To Put On NFL Week 10? BetMGM Will Give You $200 In Free Bets

Written By Derek Helling on November 9, 2021
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Like an installment of “Sesame Street,” a great deal for bettors new to BetMGM Sportsbook this week is brought to you by the number 10. That’s the key number in a BetMGM promo code Week 10 for NFL wagers.

If you stake a mere $10 on one of the NFL games on Sunday, Nov. 14, or Monday, Nov. 15 you can net 10x$20 ($200) in free bets. You might be able to make at least 10 times that amount or more if you use them to snag some big wins. CLAIM NOW

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BetMGM promo code Week 10 details

Fortunately, it won’t take 10 minutes or more to ascertain whether you are eligible for this deal. In fact, there are really only three criteria that you should be able to assess in more like 10 seconds. To start with, you have to be at least 21 years of age. Next, you have to be new to BetMGM.

The final consideration is where your device is located when you’re using it to place a bet on the app. If you’re in one of 13 states or Washington, DC, congratulations. If you aren’t, that isn’t the end of the world. You just need to get there before you place your bet. The 13 states are:

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Michigan
  • Mississippi
  • Nevada
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming

Heads-up if you’re in the District of Columbia or Mississippi; you must be within two blocks of Nationals Park in DC and on the premises of the Gold Strike Casino Resort in Tunica in MS. Again, that only matters when you actually go to submit your betting slip.

Now that all the housekeeping is done, we’ll get to just how easy it is to claim and enjoy this offer. It should be easier than multiplying any single integer by 10.

Get the BetMGM app, get your free bets

The BetMGM app is available for both Android and iOS devices. It’s quite easy to navigate and after you’ve installed it, it should walk you right through the process of registering your account and making your first deposit of at least $20.

Once that’s done, it’s time to start betting. There are 13 NFL Week 10 games between Sunday and Monday. That means you have your choice of 26 teams for this offer. Pick any one of them and stake at least $10 to it on the moneyline.

If the team you bet on does win its game, you’ll get your payout as normal. So, for instance, suppose you like the Arizona Cardinals to defend their home field from the Carolina Panthers at -550 odds. Let’s also say Arizona does win the game.

The sportsbook would pay you $11.82 upon settlement of your bet (your $10 bet back plus $1.82 in profit). Depending on how the game goes, though, you’d also stand to collect the $200 in free bets. That isn’t contingent upon your picking a winner.

Rather, you get the free bets if either team scores at least one touchdown in the appropriate game, whether it’s the team you picked to win or not. So, the second any Cardinals or Panthers player crosses an opponent’s goal line, you get the promotional value, even if you ultimately lose your bet.

That promotional value is as good as real money on the app, meaning you can use it to place any subsequent bets you want. If you’re savvy, you might be able to increase its worth by 10.

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Derek Helling is a lead writer for PlayUSA and the manager of BetHer. He is a 2013 graduate of the University of Iowa and covers the intersections of sports with business and the law.

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