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Monday Night Football: FanDuel Promo Code Nets $1,000 No-Sweat Bet

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The Washington Commanders and the Philadelphia Eagles meet for their second NFC East matchup on Monday.

The Eagles will attempt to go 2-0 against Washington and 9-0 on the season while FanDuel promo code offers a no-sweat first bet of up to $1,000 on the game.

If you’re in Maryland, this is a wonderful opportunity to grab your early sign-up bonus ahead of the Nov. 21 launch date. FanDuel is extending Maryland bettors $100 in free bets plus a free three month subscription to NBA League Pass with their pre-register offer.

No-Sweat Bet Preview: Commanders-Eagles

This offer simply means you’re insured for whatever you wage on your first bet (up to $1,000 max).

Here’s a tip: Always look for plus-money wagers when using betting promos; you’ll always see more expected value this way.  Let’s look for one to bet on for Commanders-Eagles.

Monday Night Football Bet

The Eagles may have a stingy pass rush, but given that they are -520 favorites at FanDuel and are likely to seize the lead in the first half, Washington may need to abandon the run at some point. The Eagles emerged 24-8 during their last dance and the lone score for Washington belonged to Antonio Gibson.

That’s also because Carson Wentz was pitiful in the air with 22 total pass yards in the game. Taylor Heinicke isn’t a major upgrade, but he has an aged rapport with these receivers — specifically Terry McLaurin. The star wideout is getting 8-9 targets per game and broke his scoring drought since the quarterback change.

If the Commanders can convert on third downs to get within scoring range, I think McLaurin is a good bet for Washington to score.

Pick: Terry McLaurin ATD at +250

No-Sweat First Betting

We deposit $100 and bet it on McLaurin to score at any point throughout Monday’s game.

Here’s how this can look:

Bet Profit Money in Acct.
McLaurin scores $250 $350
McLaurin doesn’t score $100 free bets $100 free bets

A Guide to Free Bets

If you win with free bets, you keep the profits, but not the free bet money. But lose, and you’re out of luck.

Let’s imagine McLaurin doesn’t score Monday. We have $100 in free bets to only bet with — we can’t withdraw it.

We bet the following CFB parlay on Tuesday night:

Bet Line
Ball State +4 -110
Toledo ML -700
Total +317

The following can happen with our free bets:

  • The parlay hits: We win $317, but the $100 in free bets disappear. We’ve profited $217 since our first deposit.
  • The parlay misses: We’re back to square one with a grand $0.

If you’re a novice sports bettor, check out 12 sports betting tips and a how-to for reading American odds.

More Ways to Bet Commanders-Eagles

Our experts have plenty of insight on how they’re betting Monday Night Football in Week 10 in Action’s MNF Best Bets:

Read up on more key things to consider ahead of the 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff with columns by our analysts:

  • Chris Raybon gives his reasoning to why these two defenses could formulate a recipe for betting the under.
  • Action’s staff comes together to suggest 4 best bets for MNF, which feature focuses on the first half, Heinicke and Sanders.
  • Gilles Gallant tosses a few ATD props to mull over, including DeVonta Smith, Taylor Heinicke and Logan Thomas.

FanDuel’s Sign Up Info:

FanDuel makes it super simple to sign up. Here’s how:

  1. Use this link, no FanDuel promo code required (the link includes what you need!)
  2. Enter all your real signup information (name, address, etc.)
  3. Deposit using a bank account, credit card, or PayPal
  4. Make your first bet!

You can do everything but bet from the state you live in — sign up, withdraw, deposit, etc. You just can’t bet until you’re inside state lines of a legal state.

So if you place a bet on Sunday Night Football and then leave the state Sunday afternoon, you can still withdraw on Monday if it wins.

Here’s an FAQ on everything you need to know about traveling to a legal betting state.

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