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DraftKings Louisiana Promo Code: Sign Up Now And Get $100 In Your Account

DraftKings Louisiana Promo Code: Sign Up Now And Get $100 In Your Account

If you’re one of the people still waiting for DraftKings Louisiana to go live, just know that you don’t have to wait for the launch date to start winning.

Prior to the launch, eager sports bettors who sign up for a DraftKings Sportsbook account will earn $100 in free bets with the latest DraftKings promo code offer. There’s no financial commitment on your part (i.e., no deposit needed). Just provide some basic personal information, such as your name, address and the final four digits of your Social Security Number.

Signing up and collecting your $100 in free bets is as quick as saying DraftKings Louisiana. Okay, maybe not quite that quick. But it’s a really easy process that you won’t want to overlook — especially because your time is running out to take advantage before sports betting in Louisiana officially launches.

DraftKings Louisiana Promo Code

Begin the registration process by clicking the link we’ve attached to this page. That transfers you to the sign-up page at DraftKings, where a green “Sign Me Up” box will appear. Click on that box, add in the personal info that’s required and you’ll have an account set up in no time.

In order to create a DraftKings Sportsbook account in Louisiana, you must be 21 or older (you’re not alone; it’s like that in every state that DraftKings operates). You must also prove your residence in Louisiana. If DraftKings Sportsbook can’t prove that you’re in Louisiana, how do you expect to be able to receive a promo offer that’s exclusively for Louisianans?

Once your account is set, your work is complete. What remains is a bit more waiting, because the $100 of free bets won’t appear in your account until the sportsbook has launched. Those free bet funds will be active for seven days from the day they’re credited.

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What Is A Free Bet?

A “free bet” is a non-monetary amount of credit that a sports bettor may use to place wagers. It is not cash, but it can be used in a bet to win cash. It’s “free” both in the sense that it’s provided by sportsbooks to users (often through a promotion, and thus at no cost), and because it holds no cash value.

If you take our advice and register early for DraftKings Sportsbook, you’ll have $100 of free bet funds in your account following the launch. There are all sorts of Louisiana-based sports teams you might be interested in betting on, such as the Saints, the Pelicans, or the men’s basketball/football squads at LSU and Tulane.

In Sunday’s game between the Saints and the New York Jets, the Saints are 4.5-point road favorites on betting apps. Parlaying that with the over on the 43.5-point total produces +264 odds on NFL betting sites, and if you put $50 of free bet funds on that, you could come out with $132 in real cash.


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Other DraftKings Louisiana Offers

We’re hoping as many people as possible join in on the $100 free bet pre-registration bonus at DraftKings Louisiana. But whether you do or not, you’ll still be eligible for a 20% bonus on your first deposit with the sportsbook (worth up to $1,000). You’ll have to deposit at least $5, and the bonus increases alongside your deposit.

Unlike the pre-registration bonus, the deposit bonus won’t appear right away. DraftKings makes you earn it, in a sense. There’s a 25x play-through requirement, which means $1 of bonus is added to your account for every $25 of real money wagered. After the initial deposit goes through, bettors will have up to 90 days to unlock their bonuses.

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About the Author

Jordan Horrobin for Bookies.com
Jordan Horrobin
Jordan Horrobin has created sports betting content since 2019, covering everything from the NFL to KBO. Based in Toronto, he has written for MLB.com, The Athletic and Sportsnet.