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WynnBET Promo Code: Massachusetts Offers vs. Other States for Saturday

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Three different WynnBET promo codes, depending on the state, will unlock $100 in bet credits that can be used on any game.

Make a first bet at odds of -120 or longer (so -110 is OK, -150 is not). The amount you must bet varies by state.

  • WynnBET promo code XACTION: For new users in AZ, CO, IN, LA, TN, and VA. Bet $20 to get $100 with your first wager offer.
  • XACTIONNY: For New York users. Same offer as above, different code.
  • XTANMASS: You have to bet $100 to access the $100 back in bet credits with your first wager in Massachusetts
  • XACTIONBET: This offer splits the $100 into $50 sportsbook credit and $50 casino credit and is only live in Michigan and New Jersey.

Here’s a full breakdown by state.

State Offer Promo Code
Arizona $100 bet credit XACTION
Colorado $100 bet credit XACTION
Indiana $100 bet credit XACTION
Louisiana $100 bet credit XACTION
Massachusetts $100 bet credit XTANMASS
Michigan $50 sports + $50 casino XACTIONBET
New Jersey $50 sports + $50 casino XACTIONBET
New York $100 bet credit XACTIONNY
Tennessee $100 bet credit XACTION
Virginia $100 bet credit XACTION

WynnBet Promo Code, Explained

Once you make a $100 bet, you’ll get the $100 in bet credits in Mass. It’s a $20 minimum in other states.

That first bet will be just like a normal bet. If it wins, you keep the stake and the winnings. If it loses, you lose the $100.

The bet credits work a little different. You don’t keep the stake, but you keep any profits.

So say you bet $100 in credits on the ArkansasKansas over, like BJ Cunningham outlines below.

If it goes over, you profit about $91, but don’t keep the $100 credit. If it loses, you just lose the credit but no cash.

The pace of this game is likely going to be incredibly fast, with not only both teams playing at a 78-possession pace in the first round, but both also having advantages in transition.

“It’s going to be up and down,” Kansas assistant coach Norm Roberts said. “It’s going to be an up-and-down game, and they’re always in attack mode. We want to be in that same mode throughout the game.”

The Jayhawks are a hit-or-miss 3-point shooting team, but Arkansas gave up way too many open looks in its first-round matchup against a really poor 3-point shooting team in Illinois.

It also benefited from playing in the SEC this season to achieve a top-25 3-point field goal percentage allowed ranking on the season.

Plus, if Kansas defends at the rim like it did against Howard, Arkansas is going to have its way with Jayhawks in the paint.

Not to mention, Arkansas gets to the free-throw line at a top-25 rate in the country, which is something Kansas is very average at defensively.

So, I love the value of over 143 points (DraftKings) in what should be a very back-and-forth type of game.

In combining the spread on both Creighton and St. Mary’s, we’ll get a parlay of +268 odds.

Betting $100 on this using bet credits gets $268 if both legs hit. It gets zero if one or neither do, so we want to try to get the leverage where we can when we aren’t staking our own money.

Sign Up for WynnBET

Read the steps below to create a WynnBET account.

  1. Click here to head to the WynnBET sign-up flow.
  2. Enter your personal details, including name, email, address, and last four digits of your SSN.
  3. Agree to the Terms & Conditions.
  4. Register for an account.

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