PointsBet Sportsbook Week 2 NFL Promotion: Bet $20, Win $150 if the Colts Score vs. the Vikings

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Calling all Colts fans! Indy suffered a miserably disappointing loss against the lowly Jaguars in Week 1. Understandably, you may not be keen on betting them this week.

Not to worry, though! At PointsBet, you can win $150 if they score just once on Sunday against the Vikings!

Details below:

PointsBet Sportsbook

Offer: Bet $20, Win $150 if the Colts score vs. the Vikings

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

Quite frankly, you don’t see shutouts in the NFL too often these days. Last year, it happened just four times. Over the past decade, less than 2% of regular season games have ended in a shutout.

If you’re unlucky enough to be shut out for this promo … well, let’s just say it wasn’t your week.

To take advantage of this easy promo:

The $150 winnings will come in the form of free bets, which need to be rolled over only once to turn into cash. Considering how much is going on in the sporting world right now, that shouldn’t take very long.

Note: We’ve used the Colts as an example, but you can bet $20 on any team this week as your first bet and win $150 if they score.

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

BET $20, WIN $150 IF THE COLTS SCORE VS. THE VIKINGS!

Bonus Offer

But wait, there’s more!

PointsBet is also offering a boosted Colts spread of +84 in honor the Colts’ move to Indianapolis in 1984. You need to bet on this after you bet on the normal Colts’ spread or moneyline, as this is the only way to take advantage of both offers.

The max bet is $25 so be sure to deposit enough money to bet on both.

Bet COLTS +84 vs. VIKINGS

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