ESPN BET Promo Code ACTNEWS Acquires $250 in Bonus Bets Across 17 States for Alabama-Georgia, All Saturday Events

ESPN BET Promo Code ACTNEWS Acquires $250 in Bonus Bets Across 17 States for Alabama-Georgia, All Saturday Events article feature image

Icon Sportswire via Getty Images. Pictured: Brock Bowers of the Georgia Bulldogs.

This offer from ESPN BET ends at 11:59 pm ET on Dec. 31, 2023

No. 1 Georgia will defend its SEC title against No. 8 Alabama along with a slot in the College Football Playoff. You can snag $250 in bonus value for the game at ESPN BET with the ESPN BET promo code ACTNEWS.

ESPN BET is available in 17 states throughout the nation, which we have listed below.

After signing up and placing your first wager, ESPN BET will give you $200 worth of bonus value.

They will come in four $50 slices. The final $50 will come within 24 to 48 hours to complete the $250 offer.

This offer can be used to earn the bonus value on any Saturday event. So if you would like to have $250 ready for Alabama-Georgia at 4 p.m. ET, you could place a bet on literally anything prior to kickoff and will have $200 in your account.

If you've already signed up at ESPN BET, there are a few other sportsbooks available in almost all the same states — FanDuel, BetMGM and Caesars.

Where Can I Use the ESPN BET Offer?

You can place a first bet with ESPN BET on Saturday in the following states:

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Iowa
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Louisiana
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Michigan
  • New Jersey
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Tennessee
  • Virginia
  • West Virginia

ESPN BET Bonus Bets: Alabama-Georgia

Brock Bowers' return from injury a couple of weeks ago has netted two touchdowns for 94 yards. With top wideout Ladd McConkey, Bowers' value to the Bulldogs in the passing game is even higher. He's reeled in over five-and-a-half catches in his nine outings this season.

With that accounted for, Bowers' ATD prop is set at -118, which is not ideal for bonus bets since we want to push for higher return value.

On the other side of the field, Jalen Milroe will need to use his legs to keep up with Georgia. He's had the game's longest rush four times this season and has accumulated seven rushing scores and a pair of 100+ scrimmage outings just in the month of November.

The Crimson Tide will need to run the ball in any way they can against Georgia to avoid their mighty passing defense. Milroe becomes the key to success in a game that favors the Bulldogs by 5.5 points.

Let's add his ATD prop to a SGP with Bowers for +202 odds.

Bonus Bet: Brock Bowers ATD + Jalen Milroe ATD for +202

With $100 in bonus bets on this, we would see back $202 total in real cash if both players score on Saturday. That doesn't return the $100 stake.

How to Sign Up for ESPN BET

  1. Go to or the app store.
  2. Sign up using all your real info, including name, birthday, home address, phone number, and last four digits of your SSN
  3. Even if you had a Penn account, sign up for a new one using your same email address, and you'll get the bonus.
  4. Enter ESPN BET promo code ACTNEWS while registering
  5. Make any cash wager — it can be $1, can be $100, or whatever you'd like
  6. Get $250 in bonus bets, split up into five $50 increments
  7. Use the bonus bets in 7 days, or they'll expire

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