Super Bowl LVII is approaching and it’s perhaps the best event of the year to get in on the prop betting market. With such a diverse market, you can certainly find something appealing to your eyes when the Chiefs and Eagles square off on Sunday. Several sportsbooks in Ohio are helping new users get in on the action with some great Ohio Super Bowl promos, and we’ll dive into them all in this article.
DraftKings Ohio Super Bowl Promos
DraftKings is coming through with a trio of great offers for new users. The best part is that you don’t even need a promo code and you’ll get:
- $50 bonus bet
- 20% deposit match up to $1,000
- Bet $5, Win $200 on Super Bowl props
All you have to do to get started is use the DraftKings promo link above and register at the DraftKings website. Deposit at least $5 and place your first wager of at least $5 on Super Bowl props to be eligible for the Bet $5, Win $200 offer.
You do not need to win your initial wager to be eligible. The $200 will enter your account as eight (8) bonus bets worth $25 each. This is an amazing value for new users simply for the number of bonuses offered. You can get up to $1,250 and at the least get $250 for simply placing a $5 bet. You can’t go wrong with this DraftKings Ohio Super Bowl promo.
FanDuel Ohio Promos for Chiefs vs Eagles
FanDuel has two fun offers for the big game, starting with one that relies on the foot of Rob Gronkowski. Gronk teamed up with FanDuel for the “Kick of Destiny,” where he’ll attempt a field goal during a commercial break in the third quarter of the game, and if he makes it FanDuel users will split $10 million in bonus bets.
All you have to do is register for FanDuel, opt-in to the Gronk promo during the registration process, and place a $5 bet on any Super Bowl Market. Everyone who opts in will be a part of the pool to split the money.
The second part of this offer is a No Sweat First Bet of up to $3,000! New users will get first bet insurance up to $3,000 for the big game, ensuring they can place their first bet with a bit more comfort. You’re eligible for this offer once you place your first wager. If it loses FanDuel will refund the amount of the bet up to $3,000 in the form of bonus bets. You can use these bonus bets on as many follow-up wagers as you’d like.
Caesars Ohio Super Bowl Promos
Caesars is coming through with a great first bet insurance offer of their own. New users in Ohio can get up to $1,500 in first-bet insurance for the big game.
Simply register with Caesars, use the promo code LEGAL1BET during the registration process, and make your first deposit within three days.
Place your first wager on Super Bowl props, if it wins you’ll be paid in full like normal. If it loses, Caesars will refund the amount of the bet up to $1,500. The refund will come in the form of bet credits, and it will hit your account once your first wager settles if you lose. You must use the credits within 14 days.
BetMGM Ohio Super Bowl Promos
BetMGM also has a first bet insurance offer for new users. Start by clicking our BetMGM promo link above and follow the steps to register for the sportsbook. You must use the promo code PLAYBONUS when you register.
Like the Caesars offer, this one depends on the result of your initial bet. If it wins you get paid out like normal. If you lose BetMGM will issue a refund of up to $1,000 in the form of bonus bets. The bonus bets can be used on any BetMGM market.
Use Bonuses on Chiefs vs Eagles Props
Super Bowl prop betting is almost as big of an event as the game itself. Super Bowl props cover everything from your normal on-field stats like yards and touchdowns to things like the result of the opening coin toss and the length of the national anthem. With so much variety in the market, you can certainly find a bet or two that you’re confident in.
No need to look too far, however. Below we’ve curated some of the top prop bets for Super Bowl Sunday. Whether it’s a bet on the star quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Jalen Hurts, or a longshot wager on who’s going to find the end zone first, take a look at some of your options below.
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