Best Sportsbook Offers, Odds Boosts For NFL Divisional Round

Written By Marco Cerino on January 16, 2021 - Last Updated on January 17, 2021
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It’s the annual weekend that creates legendary NFL moments. Often, there are games played on this weekend that we remember for the rest of our lives. Wins can start dynasties, and losses sometimes end them.

Yes, it’s time for the NFL Divisional Round, also known as “the best football weekend of the year.”

Legal online sportsbooks in the US are also looking to make this “the best weekend of the year” with some terrific offers for all four of the big games. Here we glance at the top bonuses and odds boosts.

Some of the highlights below include DraftKings100-1 odds boosts on any Divisional Round game and PointsBet‘s tremendous “No Juice” offer with +100 spread bets on all of the weekend’s games. See below for more.

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DraftKings Sportsbook

New players can start their accounts with 100-1 odds boosts on any moneyline for the divisional round. Sign up at DraftKings by going here, deposit $5 or more, and get the odds boost on a $1 bet.

Up to $1,025 FREE: New users also continue to get up to $1,025 free with a deposit bonus up to $1,000 and a $25 site credit – no deposit needed.

Here are DraftKings’ odds boosts for the upcoming games:

  • 40 for 40 – Drew Brees & Tom Brady each to complete a 40+ yard pass: +245
  • Patrick Mahomes to record 300+ passing yards & 3+ passing TDs: +195
  • Alvin Kamara to score the first TD of the game: +500
  • Gronk to score the first TD of the game: +1950


Starting Thursday at 10 a.m. ET, the site will offer “No-Juice” spread bets. Select a game and get +100 prices for all four of the Divisional Round games.

New players at PointsBet get a risk-free bet up to $500 on fixed odds and a risk-free bet up to $500 on any Pointsbetting market. Losing bets will be repaid in site credit.

To sign up at PointsBet now, go here.

Refer a friend to get $50 for each account. Send the unique link to start the sign-up process to get the bonus.

The site now features single-game parlays for all NFL action. Select a game, click Single Game Parlay, and go through the traditional and Pointsbetting options.

FanDuel Sportsbook

FanDuel Sportsbook has Multi-Sport Parlay Insurance. Bet a five-leg or larger parlay and if it loses, the site will offer a free bet in the amount wagered, up to $25.

You can sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook right now by going here.

Pick any NFL game and get a same-game parlay. Click the Same Game Parlay tab to build from the props, spread, and total prices. Wager three pre-game legs or more that total +200 or greater payout and if only one leg loses, receive the amount wagered as a free bet – up to $25.

Here are the promoted odds boosts for the weekend, with a max bet of $50:

  • Tyreek Hill to score the first touchdown: +680
  • Nick Chubb to score the first touchdown: +560
  • Alvin Kamara to score the first touchdown: +350
  • Tom Brady to throw for 300+ yards and Buccaneers to win: +370


BetMGM has a fabulous deal for new users, as you can bet $1 on win $100 on this weekend’s NFL games.

New players with BetMGM can also get a 100% matching bonus on the first deposit, up to $500. Just use the code on the Promotions page and deposit $10 or more.

Get started at BetMGM now by going here.

For BetMGM app users, make a bet of $20 or more on any single NFL game and get $10 in freeplay on live dealer games. This can be used multiple times a week but just once per day.

Opt-in to bet the First Touchdown Scorer in a game risk free. If the player doesn’t score the first TD, get back the bet as site credit, up to $20.

The site also has the Easy Parlay option to build multi-leg parlays around different games. Select the Easy Parlay icon on the main bar and select from moneylines, spreads, and totals for the week. A 4-7 leg multi-sport parlay is now eligible for up to a 40% profit boost.

Each game has the Parlay Builder option as well. Choose from a variety of pre-built three-leg parlays with differing payouts.

The site has rolled out their One Game Parlay for the NFL and NBA games. Click a game, go through the various bets, and build a multi-leg parlay. Players can opt-in, make a parlay of four legs or more (up to 20), and get their losing bet back, up to $25.

BetMGM also has the following odds boosts for this weekend’s games:

  • Patrick Mahomes to have 3+ passing TDs: +140
  • Patrick Mahomes, Drew Brees, Baker Mayfield & Tom Brady to all throw for over 250 yards: +22-
  • Browns and Buccaneers both to win: +1050
  • Baker Mayfield and Patrick Mahomes both to record 2+ passing TDs: +115


New players at FOX Bet get their first bet risk-free. If the wager loses, the amount bet will be offered as site credit, up to $500.

To sign up at FOX BET now, go here.

The site now features a build-a-prop option for individual games. Select a game, click the build-a-prop option, and choose from the selected elements.

Follow @FoxBet on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to get a chance to win a $100 free bet every Friday morning at 10 AM EST.

Bet a three-leg parlay (-200 odds or better on each leg) for $10 or more Monday through Friday and get an instant $5 free bet. Opt-in to get started on this once a week offer.

Here are the Bet Boosts for this weekend’s NFL games:

  • Triple Your Money – Patrick Mahomes 300 or more passing yards or 3 or more TDs: +200
  • Triple Your Money – Alvin Kamara & Tyreek Hill both to score a TD: +200


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