FanDuel Sportsbook Offering $300 In North Carolina Pre-Live Bonus Bets For Duke Odds

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Written By Eli Hershkovich | Last Updated
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We’ve got great news for college basketball fans in the Tar Heel State! North Carolina sports betting is set to go live on March 11. Even better, FanDuel Sportsbook has an exceptional $300 pre-launch promo for new customers. Duke odds are just one example of countless college basketball teams in March you can use your bonus on when sportsbooks go live.

Upon signing up with the operator this weekend, residents will reel in $100 in bonus bets. You can also haul in another $200 in bonus bets after placing your first $5 wager when FanDuel is up and running March 11! Click SIGN UP NOW below to create your account and claim the best North Carolina sportsbook promos.

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FanDuel $300 In Bonus Bets For College Basketball Bets

As noted, you will receive a total of $300 in bonus bets once North Carolina sports betting is up and running. It will all funnel into your account balance when FanDuel Sportsbook is live.

Customers must be 21 years or older to claim this offer. The bonus bets can be used for the upcoming ACC tournament, March Madness odds, or any other market offered on FanDuel.

Don’t forget that bonus bets are different from cash wagers. For starters, bonus bets can’t be redeemed for cash via a traditional cash-out option. Plus, bonus bet winnings don’t pay out the same as a normal cash wager. That is because the value of the bonus bet is included in the final payout. Only the profit is.

Depending on the amount you plan to wager, using your bonus bets on futures wagers might be a route to consider. Since they tend to offer bigger payouts than your traditional spread bet, you’re not losing much by negating the bonus bet amount in the net payout, assuming your bet cashes in.

Duke vs. Virginia Odds: Betting Preview

This game represents the lone time these ACC foes will battle in the regular season. While Tony Bennett’s defense has come along in league play, the Blue Devils present the shooting to disrupt his pack-line scheme.

Much of that credit should be directed at five-star freshman Jared McCain, who began to emerge when sophomore Tyrese Proctor suffered an ankle injury during the non-conference slate. Given his perimeter volume, he’s clearly Duke’s top marksman — highlighted by his 35-point outing via eight 3-pointers at Florida State on Feb. 17.

But the Blue Devils’ defense is somewhat vulnerable, particularly inside the arc. They’ve been taken advantage of at the rim and in the mid-range of late. Both are areas that Bennett’s blocker-mover offense should exploit, especially with senior point guard Reece Beekman attacking the rim.

Generally, the point spread for each team is priced at -110 odds. If you used $100 in bonus bets on the Blue Devils to cover for a future game, $90.90 in cash would pop up in your account should they deliver. For more betting tips, subscribe to Outside Shots, TheLines.com’s college basketball betting podcast.

Where Can You Bet On College Basketball Player Props?

North Carolina, Arizona, Colorado, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia all outlaw betting on college props. Other states match the guidance of banning in-state school prop betting.

Virginia allows betting on in-state schools but not props on in-state players. However, the remaining states with sportsbooks allow wagering (plus live bets) on college props, including in-state teams.

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