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Monday Night Football Promos: Bet $20, Win $125 if the Bills Gain a Yard, More!

Monday Night Football Promos: Bet $20, Win $125 if the Bills Gain a Yard, More! article feature image

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The Bills are already AFC East champs, but that doesn’t mean they’ll take it easy vs. the Patriots.

Buffalo is coming into Monday Night Football as a touchdown favorite, but you don’t need much from them to win some serious coin…

Bills-Patriots MNF Promos

Details below:

PointsBet Sportsbook

Offer: Bet $20, Win $125 if the Bills gain a yard or more

  • Bet now: Click here
  • Available states: Indiana, Colorado, Illinois, New Jersey
  • Who’s it for? NEW customers

I’ll be honest with you. There actually have been a couple of times that an NFL team has finished a game with negative yardage. Those games also took place when all of the Beatles were still alive.

To take advantage of this easy promo:

The $125 winnings will come in the form of free bets, which need to be rolled over only once to turn into cash.

Note: We’ve used the Bills as an example, but you can bet $20 on any team this week as your first bet and win $125 if they score.

Sign up at PointsBet and make the easiest money you’ll find all week. Seriously, try to find easier money.


FanDuel Sportsbook

Offer: Bet Buffalo at +95 (and rising) vs. New England!

  • Bet now: Click here
  • Available States: CO, IL, IN, NJ, PA, TN, WV
  • Who’s it for? New and existing users

When it comes to no-brainer promos, these “Spread the Love” specials are way up at the top of the list.

Instead of seven-point favorites, the Bills have gone all the way to +95. I think it’s safe to say they’re a lock at this point!

To bet:

  • Click this link
  • Make a deposit ($50 max on this offer)
  • Bet the “Spread the Love” offer atop the sportsbook homepage

You’ll probably want to take full advantage of the $50 max given the likelihood of your bet cashing.

The Patriots’ dynasty looks to be over and Buffalo could be taking their place atop the AFC East in the coming years. Even if the Cam Newton-led Pats manage an upset tonight, they’re not going to win by triple digits!


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