FanDuel Promo Code Ohio Offers $3,000 for OH & All Other States
FanDuel OH Super Bowl, 02/12/2023
New users can use our FanDuel promo code to activate a no-sweat bet up to $3,000. This offer is available in Ohio and everywhere else that FanDuel Sportsbook operates.
Click here to get started at FanDuel Sportsbook now.
What does a no-sweat bet mean at FanDuel Sportsbook, exactly? If you use our FanDuel promo code and your first wager on the platform loses, you’ll be refunded in bonus bets equal to whatever you lost (as long as it’s less than $3,000).
Let’s dive into some Super Bowl examples for this type of promo offer.
FanDuel Promo Code, Explained
Alright, the first step is making your first bet. It can be anything, including the Super Bowl.
We’ll go with one of our favorites from betting analyst Brandon Anderson — no Eagles punts in the game at +2800.
Accessing the Bonus Bets: Celtics-Pistons
Let’s say I deposit $100 and put it all on the Eagles to not punt at +2800. Here’s Brandon’s explanation:
One of the trademarks of this Eagles team is their aggressiveness on fourth down. Philadelphia attempted 32 fourth-down conversions and has been even more aggressive in the postseason, including going for it on fourth down in their own territory on the opening drive against San Francisco.
You better believe Nick Sirianni’s guys will be more aggressive than ever against Patrick Mahomes. Could that potentially mean an entire game with no punts?
The Eagles only punted once in their last Super Bowl, and New England didn’t punt at all that game. The Chiefs-49ers Super Bowl — Mahomes’ first — saw only two punts from each side.
The Eagles have nine games in Sirianni’s two seasons with two or fewer punts. Two times they’ve gone an entire game without a punt. One of them was in October 2021 — against the Chiefs.
- If the Eagles don’t punt, you’ll make $2800 off a $100 bet. The promo is now over and that $2,900 in your account is cash you can withdraw or bet.
- If the Eagles do punt, you’ll get $100 back in bonus bets.
Make the Most of Bonus Bets
OK, now it’s time to use those bonus bets, should our first bet lose. We’ll have $100 that can be played all on one game or spread out across multiple bets.
These credits expire in 14 days, so be sure to use them rather quickly. FanDuel should also alert you if your bets about to expire, so turn on notifications.
Let’s say I take my $100 bonus bet and put it all on the Rockets to beat the 49ers at +500.
- If the Rockets win, I win $500 but I don’t keep my $100 bonus bet.
- If the Rockets lose, my bonus bet is gone and I’m left with nothing.
More Ways to Bet the Super Bowl
- Chris Raybon makes his bet for Super Bowl 57.
- Sean Koerner’s favorite props for the Super Bowl, including Miles Sanders to lead the game in rushing, a few punting props and much more. Koerner also details how he’s playing the total.
- Stuckey breaks down the side he’s playing plus a handful of props, including Jake Elliott under 7.5 points.
- Nine plus-money props worth your time and money for Super Bowl 57.
FanDuel Sign Up
Here’s how to actually get started at FanDuel.
- Use this link if you’re in Ohio, and remember, no FanDuel promo code is required (the link includes what you need!). Residents in other states can sign up for FanDuel here.
- Enter all your real signup information. If you try to fake your address or the address of a friend you’re visiting, FanDuel won’t be able to verify your identity and you can’t make a deposit. So even if you live in Minnesota but are in Ohio, use your Minnesota address.
- Deposit using a bank account, credit card, or PayPal (minimum $10)
- Make your first bet of $5 or more to claim the FanDuel promotional offer
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