Broncos-Chargers: Barstool Sportsbook Promo Code Gets $150 for 150 Yards
This MNF-exclusive offer is a more advantageous play than the $1,000 risk-free bet, so give it a shot Monday.
Here's how it works.
- Bet $20 or more on any NFL game.
- Get $150 in free bets if there's at least 150 total yards.
- It must be a single bet — no parlays, no live bets, no cash outs.
- It can be on any-sized line — +200, -130, -600, etc.
How does the Barstool sign-up offer work?
Here's how to claim Barstool's offer in the most efficient way possible.
Bet $20 on Broncos-Chargers
Accessing the $150 of free bets starts with depositing at least $10 and betting on the game Monday.
For instance, you deposit $25 and consider this parlay approach for Monday night:
Denver's defense has been too good to not get credit for their due. They matchup well against a quarterback that likes to throw the deep ball and a run game that's been contained by the better defenses. With Russell Wilson needing to seize his redemption on the other side of the ball, this game could be closer than those might think.
While Keenan Allen has been out, Mike Williams has been a target machine for Justin Herbert. He has two end zone grabs on the year and has 11 and 13 targets in the last two games, respectively. Regardless of the tight outside coverage Denver presents, Williams is due and Herbert should supply plenty of volume for something to give.
|Russell Wilson Over 1.5 TD Passes||+128|
|Mike Williams ATD||+123|
Sam Farley gave his take on Mike Williams' workload in our Broncos vs. Chargers betting preview:
Having been given a three-year contract worth $60 million in the offseason, Williams is on pace for new career highs in receiving yards and receptions. He also leads the league in contested catches with nine and is arguably a top-five WR on current form.
Last week he had a 39.4% target share, and that is likely to be replicated again against the Broncos.
Williams’ receiving yard line sits at 68.5, and we will be taking the over. Allen is listed as doubtful for this game, having not played since Week 1, so this line might move once his absence is confirmed. I’d play that all the way up to 74.5 receiving yards.
So, with $25 placed on a parlay priced at +750, here are the two outcomes with this promo:
- If the parlay hits: You win $187.50 and hold onto your $25. Plus, once the game reaches 150 total yards of offense, you’ll also get $150 in free bets. You’ll now have $362.50 to bet with after starting with $25.
- If the parlay doesn't hit: It's a win-win. You'll still have $150 worth of bonus cash.
Using Your Bonus Cash for Phillies-Padres
Once you've got your bonus cash secured, you can use it to bet on anything throughout the week. Let's say you split the $150 into three $50 bets on Game 1 of the NLCS on Tuesday.
Here's a mock-up of a few bets and their possible outcomes:
|Phillies Moneyline (W)||+110||$55|
|Phillies Over 3.5 Total Runs (W)||+118||$59|
|Phillies to Score First & Win (L)||+163||$0|
In this scenario where two of these three bets win, you'd profit $114.
Barstool allows you to keep the bonus cash if the bet wins — most books don’t allow that. With the $50 from two of the bets, you'd have a total of $214.
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