Bet365 Bonus Code ACTION Unlocks $200 Promo for Monday 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 can use it on Monday Night Football, NBA, NHL, CBB and more. Or use it on any other weekday event as well.
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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 Monday.
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 Commanders vs. Eagles as an example. Say you deposit the $10, bet $1 on a random event Monday afternoon and get the $200 in free bets. You put $50 of those free bets on AJ Brown to score a touchdown on MNF at +125.
- If Brown scores, you win $62.50 ($50 x 1.25) but don’t keep the original $50.
- If Brown doesn’t score, the free bets go away.
Here’s what your account will look like, assuming you only deposited $10 in real cash.
|Brown No TD||$10||$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 Commanders and $50 on the Eagles, 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 Monday
Our staff loves a Devonta Smith anytime TD tonight on MNF: “Smith torched the Commanders earlier this season to the tune of eight receptions for 169 yards and a touchdown. Washington has allowed nine touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this season, but eight of those have come inside the red zone.
Five of those nine were from inside the 10-yard line. Although A.J. Brown and Dallas Goedert have more red-zone targets than Smith, both of the Heisman Trophy winner’s touchdowns this season have come inside the 10. In fact, all but one of his seven career touchdowns were scored in the red zone. Washington has only given up one touchdown to a tight end this season and ranks in the top five in receptions and receiving yards allowed to the position.
That’s why I’m passing on Goedert. With how good the Commanders run defense is (only four rushing touchdowns allowed this season), Philadelphia may need to pass more closer to the goal line. That’ll help Smith’s chances of scoring. If you’re not already convinced, today is Smith’s 24th birthday.”
Take Penn State covering the spread against Butler: “This game will do wonders for projecting both of these teams against future opponents, yet there’s not a lot of information about either of these teams just yet. In Butler’s lone game thus far, it routed a bad New Orleans team. Penn State has played twice, but both were blowouts against Winthrop and Loyola (MD), each of whom were expected to put up a better fight. Penn State easily covered spreads of 12.5 and 18.5 in those games. Through a tiny sample size of just two games, Penn State leads the nation in effective field goal percentage.
That isn’t likely to continue, yet Shrewsberry is building something on the offensive end of the floor. I’m buying that in November more than I’m believing in a quick turnaround by Matta. This line is hovering around nine points, where I like the Nittany Lions. Anything higher than Penn State -9.5 feels like too much, so hopefully you nab the number there or better. If you’re looking for a little analytical security blanket, KenPom loves Penn State, ranking the Lions 32nd when most models have them outside the top 50.
The numbers there like Penn State in this game by 12, so taking the home team -9 feels like the right play.”
The over/under in the Suns vs. Heat game is right where we like it: “I think with both defenses taking a step back as of late, the over is worth a look here. Paul appears likely to sit, and if so, I think the Suns defense will suffer and they will play faster.
I would love it more if Herro suits up, but they’ve shown they don’t miss a beat in scoring with Strus getting more touches as a result. I make this total 219, so I think there’s some value here up to 217.
If Herro is out, I would highly consider taking a look at Strus’s 3-point props. He has averaged 8.8 3-point attempts in his six starts. He could be in for another big night from behind the arc.“