FanDuel Ohio Promo Code Serves Up $1,000 for Bengals-Bills
FanDuel OH NFL Week 17, 01/01/2023
The latest FanDuel Sportsbook promo code will net a $1,000 no-sweat bet, which means if your first bet loses, you’ll get refunded that same amount in bonus bets.
Just use this FanDuel promo code link to get started.
You can use this promo for any game or sport, but Bengals-Bills on Monday Night Football feels like a good place to begin.
How’s it work? If your first bet with FanDuel loses, you’ll be refunded in bonus bets, equal to what you lost. If your bet wins, you keep the initial bet and profit.
We’ll get into some examples below.
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- Make your first bet!
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How This FanDuel Promo Code Offer Works
Check out our deep dive on FanDuel’s no-sweat bets if you have further questions.
It’s simple — if your first bet on the platform loses, you’ll get refunded whatever you lost in the form of bonus bets.
Say you bet $100 on Joe Mixon to score a touchdown at +100. If Mixon scores, you win $100 and keep the original $100 — good for $200 total in your account.
If Mixon doesn’t score, your account will be credited with $100 in bonus bets.
So how do the bonus bets work? We’ll explain more below.
Bet Credits/Bonus Bets, Explain
Every sportsbook has a slightly different name for this concept, but it works like this. They pay for the bet, you keep the winnings if it wins.
It’s easier to look at an example. Say Mixon doesn’t score, and you get that $100 in bonus bets.
You decide to put it all on TCU moneyline at +400 against the Georgia Bulldogs in the College Football Playoff a week from today.
- If TCU wins, you win $400 but don’t keep the $100.
- If TCU loses, your money is gone.
So how should you use the bet credits? Betting plus-money.
Remember, the higher the line, the more expected value you gather over time. Expected value means the margin between the real odds of something happening and the odds posted by the sportsbook.
What to Bet on MNF, Bills-Bengals
Our three best bets include Josh Allen over on rushing yards and rushing attempts: Allen’s rushing attempts prop is at 8.5. He’s gone over that in 12-of-17 games (71%) against playoff opponents across these two seasons. He’s run for at least 44 yards in 13 of the 17 (76%), and he’s 10-7 (59%) to the posted 48.5 yards over with several close misses.I love both overs for Allen. Cincinnati ranks bottom five against designed QB runs, and both of its best pass rushers are banged up so containing Allen could be a serious chore. Add in a 50% chance of rain and that’s even more of a setup for Allen to tuck and run.
I expect around 10 rushes for 65 yards, so I’m compelled to play an Allen rushing yards escalator as well. At FanDuel, we can play 60+ yards at +174 and 70+ at +300. Allen has hit 60 in nearly half of these games against playoff opponents (8-of-17, 47%). He’s also hit 70 five times this year, all against possible playoff opponents.
Our PRO signals are tracking sharp action on Buffalo: The Bills are a short road favorite over Cincinnati tonight, and the biggest bettors appear to be laying the number with the Bills. Josh Allen’s squad has attracted 86% of the money wagered on the Monday Night Football spread, but on just 50% of the tickets. This tells us that despite essentially 50/50 action in terms of the bets themselves, the much larger wagers are coming in Buffalo to skew the real money percentages as much as they are. And while the consensus spread is Buffalo -1.5, BetMGM is offering the Bills at -1, so be sure to shop for the best NFL odds before getting down on Monday Night Football.
Gilles Gallant’s anytime TD picks include Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd: I know Higgins is a chalky pick, but I can’t deny the run he’s on, with four touchdowns and 31 targets in his last four games. Boyd is not slouch either with five touchdowns this season. His finger injury is old news. The Bills secondary has been the defense’s weak point, allowing 15 touchdowns to wide receivers this season compared to six over the whole of last year. Ja’Marr Chase is obviously the Bengals’ main target, but Higgins and Boyd have scored 10 of their combined 12 touchdowns this season when Chase is healthy.
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