Parx Sportsbook Promo: Get a 20% Profit Boost AND a $500 Free-Roll This Weekend
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This weekend brings not one, not two, not three, but FOUR big-time sporting events.
It starts Saturday morning with the return of the Bundesliga, continues on Saturday night with a UFC Fight Night card, and finishes on Sunday with more Bundesliga, NASCAR’s first race back AND a huge 2v2 golf match between Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson vs. Rickie Fowler and Matthew Wolff.
And those of you in Pennsylvania are in luck: Parx Sportsbook is offering new customers the ultimate “win-win”: If you lose, you win … If you win, you win more.
Let’s us explain…
Parx Sportsbook Promo
- Offer: 20% profit boost & $500 free roll on your first bet this weekend!
- Bet Now: Click here
- Who’s Eligible? Pennsylvania
You probably want to know about the “win more” aspect first.
If you’re a new Parx customer and you place your first bet on one of these 4 events this weekend, you’ll get a 20% profit boost if you win your bet.
Parx has a really generous max on this boost, too: You can increase your winnings up to $500, and the boosted winnings are paid out in cash.
If you’re not so fortunate and lose your bet, not to worry! You will get bonus bets up to $500 that only need to be rolled over once to turn into cash.
Here are a few real examples:
Bet $100 on Rickie/Wolff (+175) to win the golf match and they win, you’d take home $210 ($175 x 1.2), giving you an extra $35 of winnings with the 20% boost.
Bet $500 on Kyle Busch (+500) to win the NASCAR race and he wins, you’d take home $3,000 ($2500 x 1.2), giving you an extra $500 of winnings.
Clearly, this type of promotion works better on underdogs, as bigger payouts generate bigger boosts. Whatever you win is straight cash, homie, and can be withdrawn right away if you so choose.
And if you lose, no sweat … you’ll have whatever amount you bet (up to $500) deposited back into your account in the form of free bets. You can withdraw whatever you turn those credits into.