Bet365 Bonus Code ACTION Unlocks $200 Promo for Thursday Night Football
Bet365 bonus code ACTION unlocks $200 in free bets when you bet $1 on any game upon signup. You must deposit at least $10 to claim the offer, too.
You just need to bet $1 on any event, then you can use the free bets on Thursday Night Football, NBA, NHL, CFB, CBB and more. Or use it on any other weekend game as well.
Use ACTION or click here to sign up.
We’ll explain more about free bets below, as well as why Bet365 is a must-have sportsbook to have in your portfolio.
How Free Bets Work
Here’s an example from the sports that are on Thursday.
Here’s how free bets work — imagine they pay for your bet, and you get to keep the winnings if it hits, but you don’t keep the original bet amount that they spotted you.
We’ll use Titans vs. Packers as an example. Say you deposit the $10, bet $1 on a random event Thursday afternoon and get the $200 in free bets. You put $50 of those free bets on AJ Dillon to score a touchdown on TNF at +150.
- If Dillon scores, you win $75 ($50 x 1.50) but don’t keep the original $50.
- If Dillon doesn’t score, the free bets go away.
Here’s what your account will look like, assuming you only deposited $10 in real cash and have $9 of that left.
|Dillon No TD||$9||$150|
Terms & Conditions
Here are the important points to know about this offer:
- States available: New Jersey, Colorado, Ontario
- You’ll get the free bets one hour after your first $1 or more bet settles.
- You have 30 days to place your first bet once you make your account, or the offer will be forfeited.
- Free bets will be forfeited if your account is inactive for 90 days — aka you don’t login.
- You cannot bet on opposite sides of the same game with free bets — aka putting $50 on the Titans and $50 on the Packers, and pocketing the winnings, even though you don’t keep the free bets.
Bet365 is one of the biggest sportsbook brands in the world and has been patient with its entry into the U.S. market.
How to Use Free Bets on Thursday
Sean Koerner trusts the Titans at +3.5 against the Packers: “Tonight’s matchup sets up perfectly for the Titans and Mike Vrabel, who’s 20-7 against the spread as an underdog of 3 or more. The Packers struggle to defend the run and will be missing two of their top defenders tonight, as well as coming off a tough performance against Dallas. Having to stop Henry after playing 79 plays just four days prior is not ideal.
The Packers offense could struggle to move the ball if they keep their run-heavy game plan. If either Bakhtiari and/or Jenkins miss the game, I’ll like this bet even more.
Either way, I love the fact we are getting the key number of 3.5 here as this should be a close, low-scoring game. I think the Titans have a good chance of winning this outright, but I like the added insurance of winning even if they lose by three.“
Back De’Aaron Fox & Anfernee Simons in tonight’s NBA player props: “The Nets have struggled to defend the 3-point line so far this season. In fact, the Nets rank 28th in opponent 3-point percentage (38%) and are allowing opponents to knock down 13.5 three-point shots per game, which ranks 27th.
Tonight the Nets will be challenged with defending Anfernee Simons, who is a lethal 3-point marksman shooting 37.6% from beyond the arc. But more so, Simons is getting up the attempts per game from the 3-point line. He is averaging 10.4 attempts per game and knocking down an average of 3.7 per game.
Thus far this season, Fox is averaging 6.1 assists per game, and he has been incredible dishing the ball in the month of November. In fact, Fox has dished seven or more assists in four straight games. This sets up to be a favorable matchup for him against a Spurs defense that allows a league-worst 27.7 assists per game this season.
Fox has accumulated so many assists thanks in large part to the pick-and-roll game with Domantas Sabonis and the shooters he has around him, such as Kevin Huerter, who is shooting 52.6% from 3-point land. Expect the Kings to find success tonight on offense against this Spurs defense and Fox to have a big game with at least seven assists.“
We like Tulane in tonight’s CFB TNF matchup with SMU: “The strengths of Tulane’s defense directly counter what SMU is great at. This should make for an interesting fight, but I think SMU’s offense will still be able to find some success through the air.
Despite the possibility of SMU succeeding through the air, I think there’s a high probability of Tulane lighting up the scoreboard. This Mustangs defense has been atrocious this season, and the Green Wave are equipped well enough to take advantage of this.
I believe Tulane will pick up the victory on Thursday night to move to 9-2 with a potential spot in the conference championship on the line. Unfortunately, this line is at 3.5 now, but I would still take the Green Wave up to four.“