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College Football Week 1 Promo: Bet $25, Win $125 on Memphis at +500 vs. Arkansas State on Saturday

College Football Week 1 Promo: Bet $25, Win $125 on Memphis at +500 vs. Arkansas State on Saturday article feature image

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College football has returned, and while the games aren’t exactly top tier yet, everyone is plenty excited to watch Saturday’s game of the night: Arkansas State vs. Memphis.

One problem is that the moneyline is outrageous, with Memphis coming in as a -1115 favorite … for most bettors, that is. Not for anyone who takes advantage of DraftKings’ Happy Hour, though.

Instead of -1115, bet Memphis at +500!

DraftKings Sportsbook

Offer: Bet $25, Win $125 on Memphis at +500 (boosted from -1115) vs. Arkansas State on Saturday

  • Bet now: Click here
  • Available states: Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, West Virginia
  • Who’s it for? New users

As nearly three-touchdown favorites, most bettors will likely be staying away from Memphis’ moneyline. It takes a lot of money risked to get anything substantial in return.

Not with this promo!

  • Click this link and click ‘opt-in’ on the Happy Hour landing page
  • Hit sign up on the Rewards tab

  • Register and deposit at least $25
  • Click on ‘Place Bet’ on your My Rewards page and then select the boost in your bet slip BEFORE placing the bet

So just how much money would it take to win $125 on Memphis’ moneyline normally? One thousand, three hundred, eighty eight dollars and ninety cents.


I think $25 is slightly more affordable to the average person and will not result in financial ruin if Arkansas State pulls off the upset.

“I am never gonna financially recover from this.” – J. E.

Meanwhile, a $25 bet on the normal -1115 odds would typically win only $2.25. Not exactly a lucrative endeavor.

So are you trying to make some big money on an insane odds boost to start off your college football betting season or not?!


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