Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech Odds, Promo: Bet $10, Win $200 if Pitt Scores a TD!

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Pittsburgh is 4-1 to start the 2021 college football season, and they'll look to improve to 5-1 this weekend against Virginia Tech.

Wouldn't it be nice to earn a free $200 while you're watching the Panthers take on the Hokies this Saturday? Well, you can! Check out this promo from BetMGM:

Bet $10 on Pittsburgh vs. Virginia Tech, Win $200 if Pitt scores a touchdown!

Check out the details below:

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Offer: Bet $10 on Pitt vs. Virginia Tech, Win $200 if Pitt scores a touchdown

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  • Available states: PA, IN, IA, MI, AZ, NJ, CO, WV, TN, VA, DC*
  • Who's it for? New users only

With a game total of around 57 points, something tells me we might see a bunch of touchdowns on Saturday at Lane Stadium. Whether or not you like that over/under, you have to like the odds of Pitt finding the end zone just one time as road favorites.

To take advantage:

  • Click this link
  • Register and deposit at least $10 (you don't need a specific bonus code)
  • Bet $10 on the Pittsburgh moneyline as your FIRST bet

Note: You can place any first-time moneyline wager of $10+ and be rewarded with $200 in additional free bets if that team scores a TD. This game is being used as an example.

If your original bet hits, you win that too!

So, what are you waiting for?! Head on over to BetMGM so you can boost your bankroll before kickoff in Blacksburg!

BET $10, WIN $200 ON A TD!

*DC users must be within 2 blocks of Nationals Park to access the promo.

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