With sports betting recently going live in New York, in-state residents are eligible for one of two exclusive FanDuel New York bonus offers!
The first is a risk-free bet up to $1,000 by downloading the FanDuel Sportsbook app and signing up there. CLAIM NOW
Users also have the option of betting $5 on the moneyline for any NFL divisional round game, and the payout is $150 (30-1 odds) if the team wins straight-up. There’s need to worry about the favorite covering the spread!
Using FanDuel New York Bonus Offers
Risk-Free Bet — Up To $1,000
FanDuel’s top sign-up option is the risk-free bet, which users can place up to $1,000. CLAIM NOW HERE to begin the process!
Were the bet to lose, the amount of your first wager will show up in your account within 72 hours. There is a one-time play-through necessary before cashing out site credit. But unlike other sportsbooks, users will receive site credit — not free bets.
On top of the potential winnings, FanDuel is gifting bettors with the the initial amount wagered if the bet that uses site credit is successful. So let’s say the user places a $250 wager after losing the risk-free bet. That $250 would be included in the winnings.
If your risk-free bet comes through on the original wager, FanDuel will deliver the cash to your account as usual.
Bet $5 To Win $150 On NFL Playoffs
For new users to be eligible for this offer, the required registration process and first-time deposit must be done on the FanDuel Sportsbook app. Bettors then must opt-in via the promo page. Once those steps are completed, pick whichever moneyline wager for the NFL divisional round. If the bet cashes, $150 will be added to your account within 72 hours. BET $5 WIN $150 HERE
FanDuel New York Bonus: Deciding Your Moneyline Bet
Some users will aim to select of one the four favorites when deciding on which team they’ll be wagering on the moneyline. But consider the Bills, which are priced slightly above even money (+100). Regarding the spread, they opened at +2.5, so money has already come in on the road underdog. Couple that with how explosive Josh Allen & Co. looked in the wild-card round, and Sean McDermott’s team is set up to hang with the defending AFC champion Chiefs.