FanDuel Sportsbook is starting the holiday season early by embracing the spirit of giving.
The No. 1 sports betting app in New Jersey is offering new users a chance to turn $5 into $150 during Thursday night’s NFL game between the Dallas Cowboys (7-4) and New Orleans Saints (5-6).
Even Kris Kringle is not handing out presents like that, people.
So, how can someone cash in on this merry moneymaking opportunity?
Steps to getting FanDuel Sportsbook NFL Week 13 moneyline promo
The first step is creating an account using the link above. New users must download the FanDuel Sportsbook iOS or Android app to take advantage of this offer. No promo code is needed.
Once the registration process is complete, make a first-time deposit (minimum of $10). Then place a real-money bet on either the Cowboys or Saints to win. FanDuel Sportsbook will give new users 30-1 odds when the bet is placed.
Winners collect cold, hard cash. No site credit nonsense with this promo.
The max bet is $5.
Cowboys favored over Saints at FanDuel Sportsbook
Thursday night’s matchup is a big game for both teams.
Dallas is still leading the NFC East. But, after losing three of the last four games, Dallas is desperate to get back in the win column.
The situation is not much better in the Big Easy. Sean Payton’s Saints have lost four in a row. New Orleans is one of three teams sitting at 5-6 and outside the current NFC playoff picture.
The Cowboys are 4.5-point favorites at FanDuel Sportsbook. The total is 47.5 points.
The Saints are 2-3 this season at the Caesars Superdome. Dallas is 3-2 as the road team this year.
Dallas and New Orleans injury reports could impact moneyline pick
In Week 13 of the NFL betting season, every team is dealing with injuries. But the Cowboys and Saints have been hit hard by the injury bug.
Wideout Michael Thomas has been out all season. To add insult to injury, New Orleans lost starting QB Jamies Winston in late October.
New Orleans has not won a game since.
Running back Alvin Kamara remains questionable for Thursday night.
Dallas, meanwhile, has dealt with injuries and COVID-19-related issues the last few weeks.
Wide receiver Amari Cooper missed the last two games because of COVID. As of Wednesday morning, his status was still TBD. Backup WR Cedric Wilson was limited at practice Tuesday.
The good news for the Cowboys’ receiving corps is CeeDee Lamb looks like he’s ready to play after suffering a concussion in Week 11.
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