Dabble Fantasy Promo Code ACTION: Get $10 Sign-Up Bonus for New Social DFS Site
Dabble Fantasy is taking the daily fantasy sports space by storm in the U.S., becoming one of the most downloaded sports apps in the app store in the first week of 2024. It's seventh among all free sports apps behind ESPN, PrizePicks, FanDuel, DraftKings, and Underdog Fantasy. Dabble operates in Australia as a licensed sportsbook and launched its DFS product in the U.S. in October 2023, then ramped up its marketing in late fall into the new year.
You can get $10 right now with promo code ACTION. Just sign up and the $10 will hit your account. You can't withdraw it until you make $10 worth of entries, though, and if you don't use it within 14 days, you'll lose the bonus.
Dabble is available in 20 states and users must be 18+ years old.
Where Is Dabble Available?
Anyone can access the "social features" like seeing users' entries, but only these 20 states can play their real-money games.
- New Mexico
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
- Washington D.C.
How Dabble Fantasy Works
Dabble is a DFS site that works like PrizePicks, but with a few key additions:
- It's geared toward tailing other users' entries, with more social elements than other DFS platforms
- You can make up to an eight-leg entry that pays out 100-1
Let's dive into an example. You'll be brought to the "Feed" tab by default, and encouraged to follow a handful of users.
Once you follow others, you'll start to see their entries right in your feed.
Take this example — this user has made an entry of Isiah Pacheco over 0.5 touchdowns (so, 1 TD or more), Tyreek Hill over 86 receiving yards, Rashee Rice over 6 receptions, and Tua Tagovailoa over 0.5 interceptions.
Because there are four picks included, this entry will 10x your payout — a $10 entry pays $100 in profit.
You can also see entries for specific games.
Making Your Entry
With one click, you can add all four of those selections to your slip, and either place the entry, or add and remove legs from it.
You can also see at the bottom how my payout will change if I add legs. Unlike many other DFS sites, you can create true longshot entries, up to 100-1 with eight legs.
How the Payouts Work
Like PrizePicks, Dabble offers two options — the "all-in" option and the "hedge" option. With the all-in option, your payout will be maximized, but if one leg misses, you'll lose. If you choose the hedge option, your
The hedge payouts are a little more intricate. Your upside is less — even if you choose this option and go 8/8, you'll only get a 50x payout instead of a 10x payout, because you're getting the built-in safety net if you miss a leg or two.
But if you do miss one or two legs, you'll still get some money back, albeit not very much. Going 4/5 only returns 1.5x your entry, for example, and going 3/5 returns 0.4x (so a $10 entry pays $4).
Do the Player Stats Change?
They do — player stats will move based on betting activity and other news. But once you place your entry, it will be locked in at those numbers.
For example, Tyreek Hill had dropped from 86 yards to 85 yards after this user placed it (so a favorable move in this case). So if I tailed that user and made my entry when Hill was at 85, that's where I'd get the line.
Other Dabble Rules You Should Know
You should read all of Dabble's house rules here before getting started, but here are a few key highlights:
- You must choose at least one player from two different teams for any entry. So you can't do a four-leg Chiefs entry.
- Only one statistical category per player can be selected. It's not like a same game parlay where you can take the same player's receiving yards and receptions.
- If a player does not play, just that leg will be void, not the entire entry. So a 5-leg entry will become a 4-leg entry, with the payout reduced. Players also must see the field/appear in the boxscore for action.
- The maximum payout for a single entry is $50,000
- Entries that are "demonstrably highly correlated are not allowed to be combined in a single entry." This can be subject to interpretation because so many things in a sporting event are correlated, but the example they use is batter runs from a player on Team A runs and earned runs from a pitcher on Team B.
Injury Protection Policy
Dabble has an "injury protection" policy in which you'll get a break if a player gets hurts. The criteria differs by sport, but here's the football example.
- You pick MORE on a player's projection…
- and that player leaves the game in the first half…
- and that player does not return to the game
- and that player did not hit their projection.
- Any picks that hit this criteria will be VOID, meaning your entry will just lose that leg and the rest of it will stand
If you take "less" than on an injured player, that leg of your entry will still be a winner.
For basketball, they must leave in the first half and for hockey, they must leave in the first period.