It’s been a wild college basketball season, with a lot of teams from the Garden State having fantastic campaigns. With all this excitement, there are some excellent NJ March Madness promos available for new sports betting accounts.
New users that fully cash in on the eight New Jersey sportsbook offers below can score $6600 in bonus money, free bets and risk-free bets. Click PLAY NOW to get any of these NJ March Madness promos.
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NJ March Madness Promos
One of the most recognizable names from the AC Boardwalk now has an online casino and sportsbook (perhaps you’ve seen one of their ads). For New Jersey, the company has a fantastic deposit match bonus for new players. Just sign up for an account, add money, and Caesars will double the amount with site credit, up to $1,500. Just use the promo code “LEGALCZR” to get started. Oh yeah, the site also features Caesars Rewards, good to use at the company’s many properties across the country.
On top of all new accounts getting a $50 site credit with DraftKings, there are two ways to go for new player offers. The more popular option is making a deposit of $5 or more, then betting $5 on any tournament game as the first bet on the account. If the bet wins, the account receives $200 in free credits, playable within seven days of receipt. For those looking for larger returns, the site also offers a 20 percent deposit bonus, up to $1,000. This is a rolling bonus, accrued as the initial deposit is played.
The parent company of Borgata has built a strong digital sportsbook experience. For new players, create an account, make a qualifying deposit, and the first wager made is risk-free. If the bet loses, the value will be returned as site credit, up to $1,000. Also, players can earn credits on the site to use at MGM-owned properties like the Borgata. Maybe something to do when the weather’s nicer.
FanDuel has done incredibly well adapting to the New Jersey market. While their sportsbook at the Meadowlands racetrack is certainly worth the drive up the Turnpike (might be the only thing worth the drive in that complex), their online sportsbook leads the state for many reasons. Try it out with a risk-free bet up to $1,000. If the first wager on an account loses, get the value of the bet in site credit. For those who like regular casino action, they also have online gaming and a risk-free first day, also up to $1,000.
The name may have changed across the Delaware River, but SugarHouse will always have a home in NJ. For new players, the site has a 100 percent first deposit match. They will give up to $250 in free credit for their book before a single dollar is wagered. That’s how confident they are in their services. Honestly that’s the only way I can rationalize their new cheesy commercials with the lounge act from the 70s.
March is a time when taking a chance can lead to great rewards. PointsBet takes some of the risk out of trying something new. Sign up with the site, make a deposit, and the first bet on each of the two betting platforms is risk-free. Players can get up to $500 back on any fixed odds wager, and up to $1,500 back on the PointsBetting market. It’s a great opportunity to try something exclusive to PointsBet.
It’s not often someone new can come to the Garden State and compete in the gaming industry. That’s exactly what Betway has done, going against the big names and holding their own. For new players, Betway has a risk-free first bet available. Just establish a new account, make a deposit, and the first wager made will be refunded as free play, up to $1,000. This gives players an opportunity to explore the site’s offerings.
Another sportsbook with ties to Europe, Unibet has done well in coming to the United States. For new players, they have a fantastic offer. Just sign up, make a deposit, and get the first bet risk-free. If it loses, get the amount wagered back as credit, up to $500. It’s a great way to check out their many offerings and everyday odds boosts.
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Why Can’t We Bet NJ Teams in the Tournament?
Well, the NJ legislature passed a revision to existing laws that would allow players to bet in-state schools. That went to referendum in the 2021 general election. Unfortunately, it did not pass. Sorry, still can’t bet on NJ teams in March Madness.