PointsBet’s Best Promo Code & Bonuses (Sunday, Dec. 29): Sunday Night Football Odds & Promotions
Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images. Pictured: George Kittle
We’ve got a good one on Sunday Night Football — 49ers at Seahawks — with a lot at stake. There’s also a near-full slate of NHL games to bet on. As usual, PointsBet Sportsbook in New Jersey has bonuses and promo codes that deserve your attention today.
Remember, if you’re new to PointsBet, you can get an exclusive deposit match offer through The Action Network. Click this link and deposit $50 and you’ll get $100 in free bets. There’s no rollover required to get this bonus, and you can use your funds to bet some of the boosters outlined below.
PointsBet’s Best Promo Code & Bonuses (Sunday, Dec. 29): Sunday Night Football Promotions
First TD Early Payout
49ers-Seahawks figures to be a tight game, so one way to increase your chances of winning your bet is to take advantage of PointsBet’s First TD promotion.
It’s pretty simple: If you bet either side of the SNF moneyline pregame and your team goes on to score the first touchdown of the game, you’ll be paid out as if your bet won (first $50 staked).
Multiple of our NFL experts like the Seahawks in this game if you’re looking for a nudge either direction.
Fade Rovell By Betting on Under 70.5 George Kittle Receiving Yards
Boosted from -115 to +120
PointsBet does a weekly promotion with our own Darren Rovell in which it gives heavily boosted odds on the other side of a bet Darren loves, trying to incentivize you to Fade Rovell.
Today, Darren loves Over 70.5 receiving yards for 49ers TE George Kittle on Sunday Night Football, so PointsBet is giving you the best odds in America to Fade Rovell: Under 70.5 at +120.
PointsBet has been doing this promotion for half the season and Darren has only managed to win twice. In short, you can never go wrong fading Rovell.
Sunday’s Best NHL Promotion
One of PointsBet’s best daily promotions is their NHL early payout, which stipulates that if your NHL bet ever gets a two-goal lead in a game, you win even if it ends up actually losing (promotion good for up to $100).
This is a particularly interesting proposition when betting underdogs, teams that are often good enough to stay competitive but have a tendency to sometimes blow big leads. A great example of this: On Saturday night, the Detroit Red Wings were +250 against the Florida Panthers. At one point in the game, the Wings led 3-1. Shortly thereafter, the Panthers scored three unanswered goals … and the rest was history.
But if you had bet that game at PointsBet, you would’ve actually been paid out for your Wings +250 wager as if it had won (up to $100). Sunday features a seven-game hockey slate and plenty of opportunities to target underdogs with this promotion.