49ers-Cardinals: Barstool Promo Code Grabs $150 for Monday Night Football

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The San Fransisco 49ers play the Arizona Cardinals for their first divisional meeting of the season in Mexico City's fifth NFL game.

There's plenty of value to be sought — whether you're riding the Cardinals as +350 underdogs or the bevy of inviting player props. Plus, Barstool Sportsbook continues their NFL promo codeACTNEWS150, which gets new users $150 in bonus cash when at least $20 is waged on MNF.

Let's dummie down how we can approach this game using Barstool's Bet-Get promotion.

Barstool Promo Bet Preview: 49ers-Cardinals

Think of this bet like any other bet, except you will get $150 regardless of whether it wins or losses.

I'll touch upon how bonus cash works below, but you'll still want to make back the best payout possible.

So before placing a bet, here are some game notes to mull over:

  1. Arizona is the most generous team to opposing tight ends — ranking dead last in receptions, yards and touchdowns allowed to the position. Kittle has scored in two of his last three games and tallied a score and 100+ yards in his last meeting with Arizona.
  2. With Colt McCoy under center for the second consecutive week and the Cardinals having dropped Eno Benjamin from the roster, look for James Conner to get a full workload. Conner broke loose for two touchdowns with McCoy starting in Week 10, so he'll be the go-to option in the red zone if the Cardinals can chip away at the league's most daunting defense.
  3. DeAndre Hopkins has secured 10+ receptions in all four of his appearances in 2022. McCoy fired 14 balls his way in Week 10, which accounted for 98 yards. Hopkins is a talented enough receiver to take on any corner in the NFL and should see the most looks from McCoy when he needs to convert.

Betting With the Bet-Get Promo

Let's go with the minimum deposit of $20. Suppose you bet this parlay with the ACTNEWS150 promo code:

George Kittle ATD+180
James Conner Over 52.5 Rush Yards-112
DeAndre Hopkins Over 74.5 Receiving Yards-113

There are two scenarios that can happen. Here's how they can play:

  • The parlay hits: Happy Monday — you've banked a nice $1,000. You also keep the $20 you bet and still get $150 in bonus cash. You have $1,170 to begin your sports betting career with.
  • The parlay misses: You have $150 worth of bonus cash.

We always like to provide a visual for thorough clarification:

BetProfitMoney in Acct.
Parlay hits$1,000 + $150$1,170
Parlay misses$150 in bonus cash$150 bonus cash

How to Use Barstool's Bonus Cash

Even if the Monday Night Football bet loses, you'll at least have $150 no matter what.

Barstool is unique because they allow you to keep the bonus cash if you win with it, which is extremely rare.

You may be thinking, "Can I just withdraw the $150 if I lose?" No. You can only bet with bonus cash and keep the profits if you win with it.

Let's say you bet all $150 on Mexico to defeat Poland in the World Cup on Tuesday. Mexico's moneyline odds are priced at +160 by Barstool at the time of publish.

Here are the possibilites:

  • Mexico wins: You win $240 and get to keep the $150 in bonus cash for a total of $390.
  • Mexico loses: You have a wonderful zero.

More Niners-Cards Betting Advice

Let our betting analysts take George Kittle and DeAndre Hopkins a step further in our MNF Prop Bets preview:

The Sign-Up Process

Signing up for most legal sportsbooks is pretty simple and can be done in just a few minutes. Here's how it works at Barstool.

  1. Follow this link
  2. Put in your name, address, last four of SSN, etc.
  3. Enter Barstool Sportsbook promo code ACTNEWS150 at checkout to qualify for the bonus offer
  4. Deposit using a bank account, credit card, or PayPal
  5. Make your first NFL bet for $20, get $150 in free bets

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