ESPN BET Promo Code ACTNEWS: Score a $1,000 First Bet Reset for NBA & NHL Playoffs, Any Game on Wednesday

ESPN BET Promo Code ACTNEWS: Score a $1,000 First Bet Reset for NBA & NHL Playoffs, Any Game on Wednesday article feature image

(Photo by Aaron Doster/Getty Images) Pictured: Jose Quintana

Wednesday's slate is loaded with action and you can get started with theESPN BET promo codeACTNEWS in order to unlock a $1,000 first bet reset. With this offer, you will get up to $1,000 back as a bonus bet if your first bet losses.
While there is a full slate of MLB action, an NHL playoff game and an NBA Playoff game, this offer is applicable to any game or market listed on the site.
Below we'll dive into the offer and an example of how to use your First Bet Reset.

More on the ESPN BET Promo Code

Here's the steps to getting started at ESPN BET on Wednesday:
  1. Click the button above and go to ESPN BET Sportsbook.
  2. Register your details and read the T&C’s.
  3. When asked for a promo code, enter promo code ACTNEWS.
  4. Make a cash deposit.
  5. Place your first bet.
$1,000 First Bet Reset!
ESPN BET  Promo T&C’s
New users only, 21+. Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER. Must be physically present in AZ, CO, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, MI, NC, NJ, OH, PA, TN, VA, or WV in order to wager. Players must sign up using a specified Promotion code and then place an Eligible Wager on an Eligible Game during the Promotion Period. Bonus Bets will be credited upon making the first bet. Please Gamble Responsibly.

How to Use Bonus Bets at ESPN BET

While the goal is to not lose your initial bet, if you do, and are eligible for the First Bet Reset, there are ways to optimize your bonus bet. Bonus bets come in $25 portions at ESPN BET. Since you do not get your stake back when wagering with bonus bets, it is ideal to place a bet with plus money odds. Tony Satori of the Action Network detailed a great example of what to look for in today's MLB best bets with the Mets-Guardians matchup:
New York hands the ball to left-hander Jose Quintana in this matchup, and he should be a tremendous fade candidate. Through nine starts this season, he is 1-4 with a fade-worthy 5.21 ERA and 1.46 WHIP. Based on his underlying metrics, positive regression is unlikely as he ranks in the ninth percentile or lower in xERA, xBA and Hard-hit Rate. While I don't necessarily trust Cleveland right-hander Triston McKenzie all that much, he still outranks Quintana in ERA, WHIP, xERA, xBA, Average Exit Velocity and Hard-hit Rate. Not only do the Guardians possess the starting pitching and home-field advantages, but they also boast the better lineup. Entering this matchup, the Guardians lead the Mets in runs scored per game, BA, OBP, SLG, OPS, home runs and stolen bases. Considering all these advantages, I think it's worth taking a shot on the Guardians' run line at +152 rather than laying -126 on the moneyline.
If you were to bet the Guardians run line at +152 with a $1,000 bonus bet, you would net $1,520 in winnings.

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