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

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Written By Eli Hershkovich | Last Updated
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Online North Carolina sports betting apps will launch on March 11! To celebrate, FanDuel Sportsbook is gifting an exclusive pre-launch offer to new customers. Before Saturday’s UNC vs. NC State odds tip-off, Tar Heel State residents can reel in $100 in bonus bets during the pre-launch window. Users will also receive an additional $200 in bonus bets after placing their first $5 wager when FanDuel goes live!

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Up To $300 In Bonus Bets For FanDuel College Basketball Bets

North Carolinians who sign up with FanDuel Sportsbook will earn $300 in bonus bets upon launch. This promotion will add bonus bets to players’ account balances once the sportsbook goes live in the state. The first $100 bonus bets will be locked into your account after your pre-registration process.

These bonus bets can be used on ACC tournament and March Madness odds. Users must be 21+ years old to claim this offer.

Bear in mind that bonus bets are different from cash wagers. Bonus bets must be wagered at the designated sportsbook and cannot redeemed for cash. Additionally, wins from bonus bets do not pay the same as cash wagers. The value of the bonus bet is not included in the final payout, only the profit.

The bonus bets will be available for use after sportsbooks go live in the state.

UNC vs. NC State Odds: Betting Preview

When these programs last squared off on Jan. 10, the Tar Heels delivered a 13-point victory in PNC Arena. Although North Carolina’s Harrison Ingram only tallied nine points, his 17 rebounds helped Huebert Davis’ squad control the tempo.

Regarding NC State’s perimeter shooting, UNC also received some positive variance. The Wolfpack compiled a 2-of-20 performance from behind the arc. Meanwhile, leading scorer DJ Horne strung six points together on 2-of-16 shooting.

If NC State aims to hang around, let alone pull off the upset, they’ll need Horne to rebound versus his in-state rival.

However, let’s not take away from the fact the Tar Heels were in the midst of an incredibly lucky stretch defensively. From Dec. 20 through Jan. 22, UNC “allowed” opponents to shoot just 22.8% clip from distance. While Davis’ defense has improved from last year, it wasn’t that good.

Regression followed suit in that department, but this point spread could be inflated enough that the Wolfpack hang around within the number throughout.

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