UNC vs. Syracuse Odds & Promotions: Bet on the Syracuse Orange Moneyline With This Crazy Boost
Feb 21, 2018; Syracuse, NY, USA; Syracuse Orange head coach Jim Boeheim motions to a referee in the first half against the North Carolina Tar Heels at the Carrier Dome. Mandatory Credit: Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports
Look around the betting market, and you’ll see that Syracuse’s moneyline is hovering around +130 or +140 vs. North Carolina tonight.
That’s true at pretty much every single sportsbook … with the exception of PointsBet, which is moving the Orange’s moneyline for every 100 bets it takes.
At the time of writing, the odds have gotten up to +160, but here’s the best part: No matter when you bet it, you’ll get the benefit of the CLOSING moneyline. So if PointsBet takes enough wagers on this promotion to boost the moneyline all the way up to +250, your bet would be on +250, even if you actually bet it at +160.
Given how late this game tips off (approximately 9:30 p.m. ET) and the fact that this figures to be one of the most-bet college basketball games of the day, it wouldn’t be surprising to see this moneyline get north of +200.
And if it does, that’d represent a tremendous value.
A few more details on the promotion:
- It’s available to ALL users — both new and existing PointsBet bettors — who are in New Jersey or Indiana.
- If you’re new to PointsBet, make sure to sign up through this link to claim one of PointsBet’s awesome deposit offers: You can get either $100, $150 and $250 in free bets RIGHT AWAY depending on how much you deposit. How those free bets work: You can withdraw whatever you turn them into.
- Max bet for the promotion is $100, so make sure you factor that into the equation if you’re opening a new account.
- You can find the bet atop PointsBet’s app.
What’s not to like about this promotion? Well, if you are still looking for a push over the edge, our very own Brad Cunningham likes Syracuse today for a myriad of reasons.
If you’re in New Jersey or Indiana, be sure to claim this offer before UNC-Syracuse tips off 9:30 p.m. ET.