BetMGM Offering New Customers $200 On $10 Bet For NFL Week 9

Written By Derek Helling on November 7, 2021
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BetMGM Sportsbook definitely isn’t in the business of telling you how to use the promotional value you get. In fact, if you take advantage of a BetMGM promo code Week 9 for NFL bets, the world will be your oyster.

Bettors in relevant jurisdictions who put down just $10 on one of the NFL games on Sunday, Nov. 7, or Monday, Nov. 8 can win $200 in free bets. Those free bets will be yours to use in any denomination on any sport you like thereafter. CLAIM NOW

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BetMGM promo code Week 9 details

Before we get to the good stuff of the free bets, there’s a little housekeeping regarding whether you’re eligible for this deal. First, you have to be at least 21 years of age. Secondly, if you’re a current BetMGM app user, you’re out of luck here. This deal is just for first-time depositors.

The other pertinent thing is your location when you place the necessary bet. BetMGM offers this deal for bettors in 13 states and Washington, DC. You don’t have to live in any of those places, but you do need to be within the specified jurisdictions at the time you submit your betting slip. That baker’s dozen group of states includes:

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

Particular notes for bettors in the District of Columbia and Mississippi; you can only bet on BetMGM within two blocks of Nationals Park in DC and on the grounds of the Gold Strike Casino Resort in Tunica in MS. The rest of your business with BetMGM, though, you can do from anywhere.

As the promo suggests, you can get $200 in free bets for risking a mere $10 on an NFL game this week. The best part about this deal besides the free bets and minimal stake is that it won’t require you to move heaven or Earth to win.

How to get in on this deal on the BetMGM app

If you don’t already have it, you’ll need to get the BetMGM app on your Android or iOS device. It’s free, just like the process of signing up for an account with the sportsbook. The app should walk you through that. Once the sportsbook verifies your account, all you need do is deposit at least $20 into your account.

At that point, take a look at BetMGM’s lines on Sunday’s and Monday’s NFL games. Pick any one of the 26 teams playing on either of those dates and bet at least $10 on that team to win the game on the moneyline before that contest kicks off. That’s it. All you have to do now is wait.

If either team scores at least one touchdown in the appropriate game, whether it’s the team you picked to win or not, you get the free bets. But wait, there’s more. If you do end up picking the winner, you’ll also get your payout as normal from your moneyline wager.

Touchdown-free games in the NFL are even rarer than Detroit Lions wins, so you’ve got a stellar chance of at least getting the free bets here. How you use those free bets from there is completely up to you, and given the huge variety of sporting events on the app and ways to bet them, the sky is the limit for what you can turn that $10 wager into.

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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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