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FOX Bet Promo Code: Get $5 Free Bet for TNF Cowboys at Saints

FOX Bet Promo Code: Get $5 Free Bet for TNF Cowboys at Saints

After a three-game slate last Thursday it’s back to the usual, but it's still wonderful to have NFL football back in our lives.

So, while you’re still gobbling those leftovers down and getting ready to watch the New Orleans Saints and Dallas Cowboys square off to begin Week 13, we also want to let you know about a FOX Bet promo code.

This promo gives both new and existing users a $5 free bet credit for placing a wager on Thursday’s game. The window to opt into and use your $5 free bet is Tuesday morning up until the end of the Saints-Cowboys game. Yes, that means you can use this credit to live bet!

The best part? No deposit required. No qualifying bet or odds threshold to reach. Absolutely no strings attached. Click one button and you’ve got $5 in your account to use on NFL betting.


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How to use the FOX Bet $5 Promo Code

You get access to this promotion whether you’re just signing up for a FOX Bet sportsbook account or whether you’ve had an account for years.

Here’s how to get started:

  1. Simply click on the “Challenges” tab of the FOX Bet site or sports betting app
  2. Opt into the $5 free bet promotion
  3. Choose any prop, team prop, standard bet, moneyline, or total bet

Note that simply betting $5 from your sports betting bankroll will not activate the free $5 bet. You must choose it in your betslip. This promo is easy to access and, as we noted, there are no strings attached other than you’ll need to opt into the promotion each Thursday night.

You can take advantage of this terrific offer from one of the country’s top sportsbooks in the following states:

  • Colorado
  • Michigan
  • New Jersey
  • Pennsylvania

What we also like about this excellent offer is that bettors can place a bet pregame or during the game, which is great for people who like live betting.

What’s more, you’ll be thrilled to know that you can withdraw your winnings from this $5 free bet immediately. There are no additional playthrough requirements needed. It’s such a simple offer to use and one that we hope all NFL betting fans take advantage of each week.

As we mentioned, the offer is available to all bettors. But for those who are just now signing up for FOX Bet, we’ve got more good news. The sportsbook is offering a risk-free bet of up to $500 when they register.

Simply place your first bet (separate from the free $5 bet) and if that bet loses, you’ll receive the original amount wagered back in the form of free bets. It’s just another great offer from FOX Bet that gives you a nice head start to your betting experience.


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FOX Bet TNF Promo Code: Cowboys at Saints

Neither of these teams will be happy to be playing on Thursday night again after what transpired on Thanksgiving. The Cowboys, playing without wide receivers Amari Cooper and CeeDee Lamb, were upset by the Las Vegas Raiders in overtime. The Saints, meanwhile, also suffered a home loss at the hands of Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills.

The Cowboys are among the league’s best against the spread at 8-3, but they’ve failed to cover in three of their last four games and are now dealing with a COVID outbreak that will cause coach Mike McCarthy to miss the game. With Dak Prescott struggling lately, the under has hit in five of Dallas’ last six games after hitting just once in its first six games.

It’s been a tale of two seasons for the Saints: Before, and after, Jameis Winston went down with an ACL injury. New Orleans was 5-2 SU and 4-3 ATS with Winston under center, but it has gone 0-4 SU and 1-3 ATS since Trevor Siemian took over.

One interesting note is that the over has hit in three of four games with Siemian under center, so the lack of offense hasn’t necessarily hurt totals all that much. Whatever you bet, do it with FOX Bet Sportsbook.

About the Author

Mark Strotman for Bookies.com
Mark Strotman
Mark is a veteran sports journalist who has covered the Bulls and the NBA since 2012. His work has appeared on ESPN.com, FoxSports.com, The Chicago Tribune and Yahoo Sports.