Cubs vs. White Sox Promos: Get 100-1 on Either Team at DraftKings at Casino Queen Sportsbook in Illinois
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Happy Saturday, Illinois! Last night, Governor Pritzker once again removed the in-person registration requirement to sign up at sportsbooks in the state. In other words, you can sign up through your phone right now at your house and be betting within minutes.
DraftKings is celebrating the occasion, too. As fate would have it, the Cubs and White Sox are playing at Wrigley Field and you can bet on either side at 100-1 odds!
Offer: Bet $1, Win $100 on either the Cubs or White Sox
- Bet now: Click here
- Available state: Illinois
- Who’s it for? New and existing users
The previous chapter in the Illinois betting saga saw Governor Pritzker reinstate the mandatory in-person registration right before DraftKings was set to launch.
Now that Illinois is fully mobile for the time being, Chicago sports fans gets to see one of the wonders of legal online sportsbooks — great promos!
To bet either side at 100-1:
- Click this link to register and deposit
- Go to the homepage
- Click opt-in either on the homepage or by navigating to the Rewards tab, then Promotions
- Add either the Cubs or White Sox moneyline to your bet slip
- Apply the 100-1 odds boost within your bet slip
- Place your $1 bet!
Important note: New users to DraftKings who click this link will also be eligible for DK’s $1,000 sign-up bonus, in addition to the Bet $1, Win $100 Cubs-White Sox promotion.
After placing your bet, here’s what you can expect to see…
The Cubs are decent favorites on Saturday (-175 odds) with Kyle Hendricks on the hill against Reynaldo Lopez, who is just returning from the IL. Former Cub prospect Dylan Cease was originally slated to start.
Both teams are off to strong starts this year, but it was the White Sox who dolefully drubbed the Cubs on Friday, hitting six homers in a 10-1 rout.
Will you ride the ChiSox in hopes they will keep it going or play the numbers game and take the Cubs as favorites?
At 100-1 odds on either side, you can’t go wrong.