FanDuel Sportsbook Best Promo Code & Bonuses (Thursday, Dec. 19): The NBA Betting Promotions Worth a Look
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Thursday’s betting slate features two big-time NBA matchups, Lakers-Bucks and Rockets-Clippers. FanDuel Sportsbook has enticing promo codes and bonuses to take advantage of tonight if you’re in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Indiana and West Virginia.
Remember, FanDuel offers an exclusive deposit bonus to Action Network users: Open a new account and you’ll get your first bet completely risk-free up to $500. You don’t need to physically put in a promo code to redeem this offer, simply click this link and deposit and you’ll be good to go.
FanDuel Sportsbook’s Best Wednesday Promo Code & Bonus (Dec. 19): NBA Boosters
NBA Third Quarter Insurance
The NBA’s marquee event tonight is the first matchup of the season between Giannis and LeBron. Rockets vs. Clippers ain’t half bad either.
Whether you like a favorite like the Bucks or an underdog like the Rockets, make sure you check out FanDuel’s third quarter insurance promotion.
It’s pretty simple: Bet an NBA moneyline and if your team is winning at the end of the third quarter but loses the game, you’ll get your wager refunded up to $50.
Giannis Antetokounmpo to Score 35+ Points and Bucks to Beat the Lakers
Are you bullish on Giannis and the Bucks holding court at home tonight vs. the Lakers? If so, here’s an interesting promotion: FanDuel has boosted the odds of a parlay between the Bucks moneyline (they’re 4-point favorites tonight) and the Greek Freak scoring 35+ points.
This is definitely a parlay to consider for a couple of reasons. First, the Bucks come into this game as 4-point favorites. They’re also playing at home, where they’ve gone 13-2 on the season. Next, Antetokoumpo is quietly having another MVP-type season, and comes into this game averaging 31.7 PPG.
If the Bucks want people to take them seriously as legitimate title contenders and Giannis does indeed want to stake his claim at the throne, what better place to do it than on primetime television tonight against the Lakers?