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DraftKings Promo Code Gives $100 Bonus Money NHL Special & Deposit Match Up To $1000

DraftKings Promo Code Gives $100 Bonus Money NHL Special & Deposit Match Up To $1000
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One of the best online sportsbooks in the United States, DraftKings has some awesome promos ahead of a week of NFL and NHL action.

At DraftKings, new sports betting customers are eligible to receive a welcome bonus of up to $1,000. You just make your first deposit of at least $5 and receive a 20% welcome bonus of up to $1,000. That means if you want to want to collect the full $1,000 in bonuses, you would have to deposit $5,000 total.

Keep in mind that there is a 25x rollover required in order to unlock all of the bonus funds. That being said, the bonus funds are given as cash to your betting account over time, and you can use them to bet on anything.

In addition to the welcome bonus, DraftKings is also offering another promo. With the NHL season starting up this week, DraftKings is offering the chance to get $100 with a single $1 bet. For new users to DraftKings, simply deposit $5 in the sportsbook, and then make a $1 bet on any NHL team on the moneyline.


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As long as a goal is scored in the game, you will be eligible for a $100 bonus that comes in the form of four $25 free bets. This is an awesome opportunity to make a small bet and collect a nice juicy bonus. Again, this offer is for new customers only.

The DraftKings sports betting app is currently available to customers in New Jersey, West Virginia, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Colorado, Illinois, Virginia, Tennessee, Iowa, Michigan, Wyoming, and Arizona.

NFL Week 6 And College Football Storylines

The Week 6 Thursday night NFL betting football game features Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers traveling to Pennsylvania to take on the Philadelphia Eagles. The Buccaneers are one of the best teams in the NFL and the defending Super Bowl champions.

Not surprisingly, the bookies have pegged the Bucs as the clear favorites to win the game. They are -7 point betting favorites to go into Philadelphia and take out the Eagles on Thursday night.


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Despite being the oldest player in the NFL at age 44, Brady has been incredible yet again this season. The seven-time Super Bowl winner has already thrown for 15 touchdowns against just two picks, as he has the Bucs off to a quick 4-1 start on the season.

Brady is coming off one of his finest performances as a Buc in his last game when he threw for five touchdowns and over 400 passing yards against the Miami Dolphins. With Brady under center, the Bucs are a legitimate Super Bowl contender and could very well repeat as champions this year.

The Eagles won the 2017 Super Bowl when they beat the Brady-led New England Patriots, but the team has struggled in the years since then. This season, the Eagles are just 2-3 overall and they need to start winning if they want to make the playoffs.

They are coming off an upset win over the Carolina Panthers last week on the road, but second-year QB Jalen Hurts struggled despite the victory. If the Eagles are going to make noise this year, Hurts needs to be better.

With the Bucs having a prolific offense, the total NFL line has been set at 51.5 points.

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In addition to NFL football, there is also college football betting this Thursday night. One of the key games features the Memphis Tigers against the Navy Midshipmen. The Tigers are 3-3 so far this year in NCAAF football, while the Midshipmen have a poor 1-4 mark so far.

The Tigers are -10.5 point favorites to win this game at home according to the latest college football odds, while the total points O/U is set at 55.

About the Author

Adam Martin for Bookies.com
Adam Martin
A writer based out of Toronto, Adam Martin has covered professional sports, with an emphasis on sports gambling, for more than a decade, writing for such outlets as The Toronto Star and Sportsnet.