PrizePicks Promo Code ACTIONMAX Activates up to $100 in Bonus Funds for Wednesday Entries

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The PrizePicks promo code ACTIONMAX will access a 100% deposit match of up to $100 when you sign up to play DFS on Wednesday

You must be playing from AK, AR, AZ, CA, DC, FL, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MN, NE, NM, NC, ND, OK, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VT, VA or WI in order to claim the bonus and play DFS pick'em games for real money.

DFS games like this require you to choose players and predict if they will hit or miss their stat projection. If you're unfamiliar, I'll give a more in-depth example of how PrizePicks works.

What is the PrizePicks bonus code?

PrizePicks entries must be between two to six players. If you choose the max of six, you'll have a 25x payout.

The stat projections can range from anything you would find in a box score. So for a hockey game, you can pick players to exceed or fall short of their goals, assists, shots, time on ice, hits, and saves projections.

Once you select the players you want in your entry, you'll notice there are two modes to use: Power Play and Flex Play. We suggest using the Power Play, which gets you the maximum payout for your entry, but only if every selection you made is correct.

The Flex Play will get you insurance if one player ends up incorrect, but will be a minimized payout if all of them are correct.

Wednesday's DFS slate is focused on NHL with five games on tap. Here's a player square from each one:

  • Rasmus Dahlin more than 27.5 minutes on ice
  • Zach Werenski more than 3 shots on goal
  • Garnet Hathaway less than 3.5 hits
  • David Pastrnak more than 0.5 goals
  • Auston Matthews more than 4.5 shots on goal

This five-player entry would return a $200 payout with $20 submitted. If I chose the minimum of two players, I would get $60.

With this specific selection of players, PrizePicks is only allowing the Flex Play option, which will allow two incorrect selections for a 10x payout.

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