Wager on Same-Game Parlays to Get Up to $100 Bonus Cash on FanDuel
- Log onto FanDuel Sportsbook from January 15 to January 17
- Opt in on the "NFL SGP Bet & Get" promo page
- Make a same-game parlay with minimum three legs and odds of +400 or longer
- Make a wager of $20 or more
- Get up to $100 in bonus cash
- This offer is valid in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Tennessee, the US Virgin Islands, Michigan, Arizona, and New York State
A big weekend is coming up in the NFL. And if you know the players and teams inside out, there’s a real opportunity to hit a sick parlay. On FanDuel, they’re holding a same-game parlay flash promotion from January 15th to the 17th.
What’s more, you don’t even have to win your wager – you’ll get bonus cash just for betting $20. In all, you could get up to $100 in bonus funds – regardless of the outcome. Follow us below the fold, and we’ll show you how this works.
How Does This Promo Work?
Start by logging onto FanDuel Sportsbook from January 15th to January 17th. Next, go to the promotions section and find the “NFL SGP Bet & Get” promo. Click on it, then scroll down until you reach the opt-in button. After clicking on it, go to your betting dashboard and make a same-game NFL parlay.
This parlay must have at least three legs, and the total odds must be +400 or longer to qualify as an eligible wager. Lastly, you need to wager a minimum of $20. Do this, and you’ll get up to $100 in bonus cash, regardless of how your bet goes.
Terms & Conditions
Even if you lose this weekend, you still win – we love it! But as always, there are terms and conditions to be aware of:
- In this promo, FanDuel awards cash in the form of bonus funds. To withdraw this sum, you must wager through it once.
- You must complete wagering within seven days. If you do not, FanDuel will claw back any remaining amounts.
- This offer is only valid in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia, Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Tennessee, the US Virgin Islands, Michigan, Arizona, and New York State.