Oscars Best Picture Odds & Betting Promotion: Get 10-1 Odds on Any Film to Win the Award at DraftKings
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The 2020 Academy Awards will take place on Sunday, Feb. 9, and you can bet on nearly every category at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Of course, the most hotly contested award of the night is Best Picture, given annually to the top film of the year. And at DraftKings, you can get 10-1 odds on any of the nine nominees to win.
That’s an exceptional deal for this award, which currently lists the two front-runners (1917, -200 odds and Parasite, +300) at odds much shorter than the +1000 offered with this promotion. (If you’re unfamiliar, -200 odds means you’d have to bet $20 to profit $10, while +300 means a $10 bet would profit $30.)
Here’s how NEW customers to DraftKings Sportsbook can claim this offer:
Oscars Best Picture 10-1 Odds Boost
- Step 1: Click this link
- Step 2: Deposit into your DK account (minimum $10 to be eligible for this promotion)
- Step 3: Select your preferred Best Picture winner as your first bet on DraftKings Sportsbook
If the film you bet on ends up winning the award, you’ll profit $100 off a $10 bet — and since this is an odds boost, you can withdrawal these fund immediately if you want. There’s no rollover required.
Head over to DraftKings now to claim this promotion before the Oscars get underway on Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET.
Some strategy if you’re interested…
Our Oscars experts see this award as a four-film race between…
Best Picture Betting Odds
- 1917: -200 odds
- Parasite: +300 odds
- Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: +800 odds
- Joker: +1000 odds
On The Action Network Podcast, the majority of our experts predicted that Parasite would take home the award. At 3-1 odds, it’s a perfect film to use the 10-1 odds boost if you’re only looking to place a single Best Picture bet.
A slightly less aggressive approach would be to use the 10-1 boost on the odds-on favorite (1917) and then place additional non-boosted-odds bets on another film or two.
You could certainly set up a scenario where you’d profit, as long as one of these four films won.
Terms apply. See DraftKings for more details.