NBA Season Opener: FanDuel Promo Code Nets $150 + League Pass

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A marquee double-header tips-off 2022-23 on Tuesday night and betting with the brand-new FanDuel Sportsbook promo ensures $150 in free bets plus three months of NBA League Pass.

Bettors can deposit a minimum of $5 for either Sixers-Celtics or Lakers-Warriors and secure the $150 regardless of the bet's outcome.

No code is needed for this — you can sign up here.

I'll dig into how this promo works and how you can use it for both games Tuesday.

Key Things to Know 

Signing up is extremely simple:

  1. Sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook.
  2. Make a deposit of at least $10.
  3. Bet $5 or more on any sport and — whether you win or lose — get $150 in free bets plus three months of viewing for free at NBA League Pass.

Here are the two ways this can play out:

  • If your first bet wins: You keep the winnings and your deposit. You also get $150 in free bets plus a free 3-month NBA League Pass subscription.
  • If your first bet loses: You still get the $150 in free bets plus the free 3-month NBA League Pass subscription.

Betting this Promo on Sixers-Celtics

Let's get more specific.

Suppose you deposit $75 to bet on Sixers-Celtics at 7:30 p.m. ET.

Here's a look into Tuesday's tip-off:

The Sixers and Celtics continue their pursuit of a title and Tuesday will be a good sample of the East's best. The Sixers are fresh off of an undefeated preseason and will start their campaign at full health, which is a breath of fresh air in Philadelphia.

Joel Embiid and James Harden look to exploit a banged up Celtics lineup that's missing Danilo Gallinari and Robert Williams III to injuries. Last year's best defensive team will rely heavily on Al Hortford to man the fort against the Philadelphia's elite shooting.

The defending Eastern Conference champions are -154 favorites over the Sixers. However, NBA staff writer Austin Wang believes the Sixers can keep pace:

The line movement towards the Sixers is justified. Their stock is trending upwards with Harden getting in shape, solid offseason pickups and a full training camp with their two stars.

On the other hand, the offseason distractions, new coach and Timelord’s injury are all reasons the Celtics may get off to a slow start this season. They struggled to begin last season, and I can see the same this year.

Pick: Sixers +1.5

These odds are priced at +110 as of Tuesday afternoon. Here's how this bet plays per this promo:

  • If the Sixers cover the spread, you win $82.50 and keep your $75 wager like any other bet. You'd also get $150 in free bets and hold a total of $307.50 plus NBA League Pass.
  • If the Sixer's don't cover, you still get $150 in free bets plus the NBA League Pass subscription.

Here's our NBA experts' preview and best bets for Sixers-Celtics:

Free Bets and Lakers-Warriors

If you're looking to stay up — barring overtime in Boston — you can use your $150 in free bets as soon as the late tip-off.

You'll have to bet with them (and win) to withdraw hard cash. Think of free bets more as credits.

Our NBA expert Joe Dellera wrote the break down for Lakers-Warriors and suggested Lakers +6:

At the time of this writing, the Warriors have received 66% of spread bets and 73% of the money. The line had held at the same 6.5 line since the open during the offseason, with some books even having reverse movement to Warriors -6. And by Monday evening, that was the consensus line.

This is a spot where the public is backing the reigning champs, but the respected money is keeping the line static by refusing to give LeBron and Co. more points. Additionally, since 2003, popular favorites on opening night (65% of spread bets or greater) are just 29-42-2 ATS. The Warriors fit into this criteria as of this writing.

The Lakers had a season to forget last year, but with the Warriors adjusting their rotations, there’s too much in flux to justify backing the reigning champs. I’ll grab the points and trust LeBron and Anthony Davis in a primetime spot to keep it within two possessions.

We suggest playing plus-money wagers with these opportunities. So, let's say you want to juice up the line and bet the $150 on the Same Game Parlay below:

Stephen Curry 25+ Points+100
LeBron James 25+ Points-192
Andrew Wiggins 15+ Points-158
Jordan Poole 15+ Points-290

  • If all four legs of the parlay hit, you'd win $1,006.50 (150 x 6.71). You don't keep the $150 in free bets.
  • If the parlay doesn't hit, you have $0. You'll still have the NBA League Pass subscription.

What Else Should I Know About FanDuel?

The sign up process for FanDuel is pretty simple:

  1. Use this link, no FanDuel promo code required (the link includes what you need!)
  2. Enter all your real signup information (name, address, etc.)
  3. Deposit using a bank account, credit card, or PayPal
  4. Make your first bet.

You can do everything but bet from the state you live in — sign up, withdraw, deposit, etc. You just can't bet until you're inside state lines of a legal state.

For instance, if you place a bet on Sunday Night Football and then leave the state Sunday afternoon, you can still withdraw on Monday if it wins.

Here's an FAQ on everything you need to know about traveling to a legal betting state.

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