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888sport Offering Huge NCAA Tournament Odds Boosts On Top Seeds

888sport Offering Huge NCAA Tournament Odds Boosts On Top Seeds

If you are looking to bet on March Madness in New Jersey, 888sport has a pretty impressive offer for new players.

New customers signing up to the site can get these boosted odds on the four No. 1 seeds to win the national championship. One caveat: The odds boost will only apply to the first $10 of your bet while the remaining amount of your bet will be paid out (should it cash) at the non-boosted odds. The boosts on a $10 wager are:

  • Gonzaga: $210 payout (boosted from $35)
  • Baylor: $260 payout (boosted from $37.50)
  • Michigan: $410 payout (boosted from $55)
  • Illinois: $810 payout (boosted from $100)

Like we said, pretty sweet. Make sure to use promo code BOOST888 when making that deposit.

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There are some other details on this promotion, which you need to jump on before the tournament tips off. Bettors may only participate in the promo once – no picking multiple winners – and all withdrawals are subject to the terms and conditions of 888sport’s withdrawal policy, explained on the operator’s site.


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Gonzaga, the No. 1 overall seed and top seed in the West Region, is trying to become the first unbeaten NCAA Tournament champion since the Indiana Hoosiers in 1976. Illinois, the top seed in the Midwest, hasn’t been a No. 1 since 2005. It faces some tough challenges with Oklahoma State as well as potential sleepers Loyola-Chicago and San Diego State lurking.

Baylor, the top seed in the South Region, was off for three weeks in February due to COVID-19 testing protocols and had its unbeaten run end at Kansas on Feb. 27. Michigan, the top seed in the East, won the Big Ten regular season title but fell in the conference tournament semifinals to Ohio State.