Best March Madness Promos For Michigan Sportsbooks

Written By Marco Cerino on March 15, 2022
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March is the time for dreams and chaos. The sportsbooks see the excitement of the fans and are offering some incredible Michigan March Madness promos.

New users that fully cash in on the six Michigan sportsbook offers below can score $5,850 in bonus money, free bets and risk-free bets. Click PLAY NOW to get any of these Michigan March Madness promos.

BetMGM March Madness Special Offer! Bet $10 on a moneyline and win $200 if either team makes a 3-pointer!

Michigan March Madness Promos

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Caesars

People notice when they get a little extra in life. Caesars likes to give a little extra to players. Create an account with one of the most historically trusted names in gaming and get First Bet Insurance. If lost, the first bet’s value will be replaced in the account with site credit, up to $1,100. The extra 10 percent means something. 

SCORE THIS CAESARS PROMO

DraftKings

Sign up for a new DraftKings account and get $50 as a thank you. Play as desired. The site also offers two options for new players. Deposit at least $5, bet $5 on any college basketball game during the tournament, and get $200 in free play if that team wins. For those who want to put more money up front, DraftKings has a deposit bonus of 20 percent, up to $1,000, paid off as site credit based on money wagered. 

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BetMGM

We get it, not everyone sees a lion mascot in sports and thinks greatness. BetMGM has done well to build their brand. Not only do they have the legend Barry Sanders working on promotions (8-Bit Barry on the court would be fun, right?), they have an awesome offer for new players. Just sign up, make a deposit, and get the first bet risk-free. If it loses, get the amount wagered back as site credit, up to $1,000. Almost a can’t-miss.

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FanDuel

There are a lot of choices to make this time of year, and we know it can make things difficult. FanDuel tries to make things easy for new players. Just sign up, deposit at least $10, and the first bet on the site is risk-free. If it loses, get the amount bet as free play, up to $1,000. That’s returned within 72 hours and players have seven days to use that on the site. Good way to get familiar with FanDuel’s variety of offerings.

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BetRivers

Fans like getting a return on investment. BetRivers likes to give players what they want. Sign up for a BetRivers account and use the promo code PLAY250 to get a bonus match of the first deposit. Just get started, add some money, and there’s freeplay equal to that deposit, up to $250. 

LOCK IN THIS BETRIVERS PROMO

PointsBet

Trying new things can be scary. PointsBet wants to take away some of that apprehension. The site has two risk-free bets available for new players. Sign up for the sportsbook, make a deposit, and get the first Fixed Odds market bet risk-free, up to $500. Yeah, standard. However, PointsBet also offers a chance to try their unique PointsBetting market risk-free, up to $1,500. If either bet loses, the amount wagered will be returned as free play. PointsBet also gives new accounts the option to use that site credit up to four different times.

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NCAA Tournament Bracket

Three Midwest Cities Host Regional Action

There’s no games in Detroit this year. However, fans can take a drive or quick flight to catch March Madness live (having been there before, it’s very exciting in person). The first weekend will see “pods” hosted in Indianapolis and Milwaukee. Chicago gets to host the Midwest Regional (Sweet 16/Elite 8) games. Think the Wolverines or Spartans will keep dancing in Chi-Town?

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