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Bet365 Bonus Code in Virginia Nets Easy $200 Credits for Friday Slate, Any Weekend Game

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bet365 has one of the simplest sign-up offers available in sports betting right now with bet365 bonus code ACTION, and the sportsbook just launched in Virginia. So now is a great time to claim this offer.

If you deposit $10, then place a bet of $1 or more, you’ll automatically get $200 in bet credits that can be used on any game.

The only caveat is that your $1 bet must have odds longer than -500 (so -200 is OK, -800 is not). Once that bet settles, you’ll be credited with your bonus bets in just an hour.

Use this link to get started and/or enter code bet365 bonus code ACTION.

Signing Up at Bet365

Here are a few things you should know before claiming this offer.

  • States available: New Jersey, Colorado, Virginia, Ohio, Ontario
  • You’ll get the bet credits will be issued 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.
  • Credits will be forfeited if your account is inactive for 90 days (you don’t login).
  • You cannot bet on opposite sides of the same game with credits to guarantee a profit. So, you can’t bet $25 each on both the Chiefs and Eagles to win.

Using Your bet365 Bonus Code Works

This offer has two parts — activating the credits, and then using them to turn them into cash. 

First, you’ll need to deposit $10 and place a wager on anything that has -500 odds or better. So -300 is fine, -750 is not.

So let’s pretend I take my $10 deposit and put it all on the Suns +350 against the Warriors tonight. If the Suns win, I’ll pocket $35 in profit and keep my $10, plus I’ll get the $200 in bet credits.

If the Suns lose, my $10 in cash will be gone, but I’ll still get the credits.

bet365’s bet credits work like most other sportsbooks — you keep the profits if your bet wins, but not the credit amount.

Let’s say I want to bet Miles Sanders to lead the Super Bowl in rushing yards at +175 with $10 in bet credits.

  • If Sanders does lead the game in yards, I’ll win $17.50 but I won’t keep the $10 credit. So now I have $190 in credits remaining, plus $17.50 in cash.
  • If Sanders does not lead the game in yards, the credit simply goes away.

Our Sean Koerner explained why he likes this prop:

My Super Bowl sim projects Sanders’ fair odds closer to +150 for this market. He offers a ton of upside because his usage has been capped this year due to the Eagles being involved in so many blowouts.

His rush attempt share among Eagles RBs was 79% when Philly trailed or was winning by fewer than seven points. It fell to 61% when the Eagles were up by at least seven. With the Eagles likely to be involved in a close game and this being the Super Bowl (no reason to limit Sanders’ usage), he should finish closer to his ceiling.

Sanders’ main competition on his own team will probably be Jalen Hurts, but he has outrushed Hurts in three straight games as the quarterback has opted to rush less, likely due to his left shoulder injury.

Sanders has outrushed Hurts in 13-of-17 games (76%) this season. I’m only giving Sanders a 62.5% chance of outrushing Hurts, but still show value on this prop.

Isiah Pacheco is Sanders’ main competition from the Chiefs side. Unlike Sanders, a potential close — or even trailing — game script will negatively impact Pacheco’s rushing production.

The Chiefs pass at the second-highest rate on early downs (in neutral situations), so a close game script means their passing volume will likely be higher than usual. Plus, Pacheco was more involved as a pass-catcher last week (career-high 5/59/0 receiving line), which only hurts his upside in this market.

A close game script also means Jerick McKinnon could rotate in at a higher rate, another factor that lowers Pacheco’s ceiling. And there is a chance Clyde Edwards-Helaire is activated – any snaps or touches he gets will only lower the chances of a K.C. player winning this bet.

I love getting Sanders at +175 because he probably doesn’t need to quite go off in order to win. The fact that we should see a close game raises his ceiling and lowers everyone else’s.

It’s the perfect storm for a prop like this, and I would bet it down to my fair line of +150 since I believe there is still upside at that price.

The best way to use your bet credits is on longshots, because you’re getting much more expected value. We recommend tight markets in the +300 to +500 range, but anything at plus money is better than anything odds-on.

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