Tom Brady & Buccaneers Odds & Promotions: Get Boosted Odds on Tampa Bay to Win Super Bowl & More

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Mar 18, 2020, 11:45 PM EDT

You may have heard: Tom Brady is headed South.

The Tampa Bay Bucs got their man, and PointsBet wants you to get your bets in. The sportsbook has frozen the odds for the following markets after the Brady news:

  • Bucs to win the Super Bowl +2500 (should be +1600)
  • Bucs to win the NFC +1200 (should be +800)
  • Bucs to win the NFC South +250 (should be +160)

This promotion can be accessed by all PointsBet customers, both new and existing. The odds will remain frozen until Thursday, so be sure to act quickly before they’re gone.

You can find these bets in the PointsBet app, on both the homepage and under Menu > Bucs Price Freeze.

All of these odds boosts are good deals, but by far the best of the bunch is the Bucs to win the division at +250. The implied probability of +250 is 28.6%, but with the true odds at +160 (38.5%), you’re getting nearly a 10% edge.

To put that into context, a 3-5% edge is sizable when betting something in the NFL, which is widely considered to be the most efficient betting market of any sport.

The math on the other two odds boosts, in case you’re curious: Bucs +2500 to win the Super Bowl is a 2% edge, compared to +1600. Tampa +1200 to win the NFC is nearly a 3.5% edge when compared to +800.

It’s also worth noting: If you’re a NEW PointsBet customer either in Indiana or New Jersey, you get access to some great offers, in addition to claiming the promotions laid out above:

  • Deposit $50, Get $100 in Bonus Bets instantly
  • Deposit $150, Get $150 in Bonus Bets instantly
  • Deposit $250, Get $250 in Bonus Bets instantly

You can use the Bonus Bets on any bets you’d like and withdraw whatever you’re able to turn them into (in other words, there’s only a 1x rollover).

Check out PointsBet in Indiana and New Jersey to take advantage of this offer before it expires on Thursday!

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