Jordan Horrobin for Bookies.com

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DraftKings Promo Code: NFL, MLB, NHL Special Delivers $100 Free Bets For $1 Wager

DraftKings Promo Code: NFL, MLB, NHL Special Delivers $100 Free Bets For $1 Wager
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A month of the NFL season has come and gone. If you’re just tuning in and looking to make some NFL picks, don’t worry - you’re not too late to the party.

DraftKings has a promo code available to help new bettors get started, which provides a deposit bonus worth up to $1,000. All you have to do is create an account with DraftKings and make a deposit

From there, your first deposit (minimum $5) will include a bonus amount equal to 20%. Since the maximum bonus is $1,000, you’d receive that amount for any deposit of $5,000 or more. But you can certainly deposit less; a $200 deposit, for example, nets a $40 bonus.

Bonus funds are awarded through DraftKings’s play-through requirement, in which a user receives $1 of bonus funds for every $25 wagered on the site’s daily fantasy, sportsbook and/or casino platforms.


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If you’re already a DraftKings user, the site has a different offer for you: Refer a friend and receive a free bet worth up to $100. Just go to DraftKings’s website, find their referral link, and send it along to a friend. The more your pal deposits, the more money you’ll both receive in the form of a free bet (e.g. a deposit between $25-49 will provide the referrer and referral with one $25 free bet each; a deposit of $100 or more will provide both parties with a free bet worth $100).

One more sports betting promo from DraftKings: Bet $1, win $100 in free bets. From now through Oct. 17, first-time DraftKings Sportsbook users that make a deposit of $5 or more are eligible. Following the deposit, just place a bet of $1 or more on the moneyline for any NFL game, and if either team scores a point you’ll receive four free bets worth $25 each (free bets valid for seven days).

The great thing about a free bet is that it’s exactly what it sounds like: Free. When you’re making your NFL picks this weekend, a free bet can put you in great position to win. To capitalize on this promotion, be sure to refer a player who is completely new to DraftKings (not just the sportsbook).

NFL Week 5 Sunday Matchups, Key Storylines

You’re gonna want something to wager your first deposit or free bet on, right? Let’s take a look at a few matchups and NFL betting storylines for Sunday’s Week 5 actions.

First up is the Arizona Cardinals hosting the San Francisco 49ers as 5.5-point favorites. The Cardinals (4-0) are the only unbeaten team left in the NFL, and the 49ers could be pivoting to rookie quarterback Trey Lance after Jimmy Garoppolo suffered a calf injury last week.


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Garoppolo still has a chance to start, according to the team website, and this line could shift throughout the week depending on which quarterback emerges. Arizona is coming off its most impressive win, a 17-point defeat of the Rams on the road as 3.5-point underdogs.

Another game to watch is the AFC Championship rematch between the Buffalo Bills and the Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs find themselves in the basement of the AFC West through four weeks, and now they welcome in a Bills team that has outscored its opponents 118-21 through an active three-game winning streak. The Chiefs are still 2.5-point home favorites in the NFL odds for this one.

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Lastly, the Browns head west to face the Chargers as 1.5-point underdogs on betting apps. Cleveland eked out a seven-point win over Minnesota last week, and now they face a Los Angeles team that is 3-1 overall but 0-4 against the spread.

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.