PointsBet NCAA Tournament Offers: ‘Best Futures Prices,’ $1,999 In Free Bets, Odds Boosts

Posted By Matt Burke on March 17, 2021
PointsBet free NCAA March Madness

If you’re shopping for futures odds this March, PointsBet is making sure you don’t go anywhere but their book.

One of PointsBet’s NCAA men’s basketball tournament specials is a guarantee to have the “best futures odds” of any legal online sportsbook in the US.

The innovative book also has plenty of other top-notch promos for March Madness. Check out everything that PB has going on below.

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Best futures prices on all teams

PointsBet will beat or match the futures prices from their online sportsbook competitors on every team in the 2021 NCAA tournament. For instance, most sportsbooks had Michigan as +800 to win the National Championship on the Wednesday before the start of the Big Dance. PointsBet had the Wolverines at +825.

Go on down the line, for any team, and PointsBet is guaranteeing it will have the top price.

To sign up at PointsBet now go here.

Risk Free bets up to $2,000

PointsBet’s standard welcome offer for new users is a whopping $2,000 in free bets. By signing up at PB, you will get up to a $500 refund in free bets on your first fixed odds bet if it loses. You’ll also get up to a $1,500 refund if your first PointsBetting bet loses.

What is PointsBetting?

For those unfamiliar with PointsBetting, it is an entirely different way to wager on sports. To put it simply, the more you’re right when betting on an outcome – the more you’ll win. Conversely, the more you’re wrong on a bet, the more you’ll lose.

For instance, if your bet wins by two points, you would win 2x your bet amount. If your bet loses by 2 points, you would lose 2x your bet amount.

PointsBet Michigan offer

Michigan online sports betting has been live for a couple of months now and PointsBet is keeping the phenomenal offers coming for new users in that state.

New users who register at PointsBet Michigan by going here will receive a $150 payout on any $20 bet on a tournament game. All that has to transpire is one point being scored in the game. Considering there are typically around 130 points scored in any given college hoops game – this is a no brainer.

Let it Rip

To celebrate Rip Hamilton’s 1999 National Championship win with the UConn Huskies, PointsBet is offering $1,999 in free bets.

Here are the tiers for the free bets:

  • Tier 1: $100 in qualifying settled wagers will earn a $50 free bet
  • Tier 2: $500 in qualifying settled wagers will earn a $50 free bet
  • Tier 3: $1,000 in qualifying settled wagers will earn a $100 free bet
  • Tier 4: $2,000 will earn a $200 free bet
  • Tier 5: $5,000 will earn a $300 free bet
  • Tier 6: $10,000 will earn a $500 free bet
  • Tier 7: $20,000 will earn a $799 free bet

Max amount of free bets available to earn is $1,999 and the offer runs only through the second round of the tournament.

Good Karma Refund

At the conclusion of the 2021 NCAA Tournament, send PointsBet a bad beat for any college basketball bet made between Round 1 of the tournament and the National Championship game. That bet will be refunded up to $50.

March Madness boosters

PointsBet has odds boosts on some big upsets to take place. Take a look:

  • Two 12 seeds to win in Round 1: +210
  • Any 1 or 2 seed to lose in Round 1: +320
  • Any 12-16 seed to make the Sweet 16: -200
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Matt Burke is the Sports Editor and Head of Evergreen/SEO Content at TheLines.com. He is the Founder and former Editor-in-Chief of MetroBet, a digital and print sports betting platform, and was the Executive Sports Editor at Metro US Newspapers (New York, Philadelphia, Boston) from 2014-2020. Matt has covered Super Bowls and Final Fours, and his work has appeared for Sports Illustrated, CBS Sports, the Eagle Tribune, Gloucester Daily Times and Newburyport Daily News. Matt is a graduate of the University of Connecticut.

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