Same Game Parlay Strategy, Promos: Ravens at Bengals NFL Week 18

Written By Brett Gibbons on January 7, 2023
Ravens Bengals SGP Week 18

The Baltimore Ravens (10-6) play the Cincinnati Bengals (11-4) on Sunday on CBS from Paycor Stadium at a time to be determined by the NFL. The Bengals are favorites at home while the over/under sits at points. This article will go over Ravens at Bengals same game parlay strategy, including general SGP pointers and game-specific picks.

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Ravens At Bengals Same Game Parlay Strategy

No matter when you’re placing a same game parlay, it’s always wise to select correlating legs that mathematically make other legs more likely to happen. For example, parlaying Ravens +7 with over the Bengals’ team total (24.5 points) gets you gaudy +617 odds, but those two legs directly conflict with each other.

Instead, parlaying Baltimore +7 and over their team total of 16.5 points complements well. Your odds only get to +129, but you’ve increased the likelihood of both cashing if one leg cashes. To boost your odds, consider adding an anytime touchdown prop. The Bengals defense is notoriously stingy against nearly every position this season, so consider depth players for Baltimore with longer odds like Isaiah Likely.

The Bengals’ defense has been excellent in second halves this season, so adding a contrarian Ravens under 7.5 second half team total can give the parlay the boost it needs to be worth a flier. However, be sure to pair longshot parlays with bet insurance promos, which you can read on below.

Good luck with your Ravens at Bengals same game parlay!

Ravens At Bengals Same Game Parlay Promos

BetMGM One Game Parlay Bet Insurance

BetMGM offers bet insurance for a one game parlay up to $25 with their current SGP promo. To be eligible, opt-in under Promos, then you must place a four-leg or longer SGP (max. 10 legs), and if your parlay fails by one leg, BetMGM will refund it in free bets. Visit the BetMGM promotions tab to see complete eligibility details. If you don’t have a BetMGM account, lock in this great new user offer as well.

DraftKings Sportsbook SGP Profit Boost

Simply go to the promos section on DraftKings Sportsbook to claim this bonus. Once you are there, click the opt-in button and your promotion will activate. All users get up to 100% profit boost token for a SGP with 3+ legs with a max wager of $50.

The minimum odds per leg are -300 or longer (-200, +300, etc). There is a minimum total SGP odds of +100 or longer (+200, +500, etc). The more legs you add, the higher percentage profit boost will be added.

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Ravens At Bengals Player Props

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Head over to our betting guide for Browns at Steelers, including both teams’ injury reports and offense vs. defense stats.

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Brett is an avid sports traveler and former Division-I football recruiter for Bowling Green and Texas State. He’s a graduate of BGSU and works as an auditor for Google content curation products. He’s also contributed to Sports Illustrated and Fansided during his young writing career.

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