New FanDuel Sportsbook players in the Garden State observe a gambling rarity – a chance to put a no-brainer bet on Villanova in the Final Four. Or on any of the three remaining March Madness contests for that matter.
The guarantee comes in the form of site credits as a unique twist on FanDuel’s patented +3000 or 30-1 promo. Once a $5 wager is placed in connection with this promo, $150 in site credits is earned, regardless of whether the gambler wins or loses the real bet.
After gaining the credits, NJ sports bettors have an opportunity to convert the credits into cash with subsequent wagers, on any sport they choose.
How to get FanDuel’s March Madness promo
This FanDuel Sportsbook March Madness promo is only available to new customers.
The first step is clicking the above offer and follow the account registration instructions. Then make a first-time deposit (minimum of $5) and place a real-money wager on any of the Final Four March Madness games. Max bet is $5.
No promo code is needed.
Here is a look at the three remaining March Madness betting options:
Saturday on TBS:
- Villanova vs. Kansas, 6:09 p.m.
- North Carolina vs. Duke, 8:49 p.m.
Monday on TBS:
- Winners meet in NCAA National Championship Game, 9 p.m.
Basically, wager on any of those games and the $150 in site credits are yours.
How this FanDuel Sportsbook promo is different
During NFL betting season, FanDuel ran similar promos to this March Madness offer. However, the others required handicapping. The games weren’t easy and everything rolled on one selection, in one sport.
If handicapping was necessary in this promo, for example, bettors would have to weigh the impact of Justin Moore’s season-ending leg injury for Villanova. On the other side, NJ bettors would need to consider the emotional impact of Coach K’s (Mike Krzyzewski) last game at Duke.
But there are no variables here.
Just bet and collect the credits.
The intrigue comes later.
Site credit can be used anywhere the bettor feels comfortable. And a profit is usually assured. Even if a gambler broke $150 of free bets into six $25 wagers and hit one, that person is ahead on this promo.
NJ bettors attracted to March Madness wagering
New Jersey sportsbooks have reached a second tier of player recruitment. They are more hesitant to offer straight cash in promos or sign-ups. They prefer to obtain up-front betting money and issue rewards based on that.
Some exceptions come at the start of the football season, but more books in general are offering site credits over cash to prevent an abundant outlay of money.
They have also targeted higher-end players.
Many introductory promos offer deposit-match free bets, some in excess of $1,000. The free bet kicks in if the original bet loses.
But many New Jersey gamblers don’t want the high risk of a big deposit.
This FanDuel promo becomes a no-brainer deposit that can be parlayed into a big hit if the follow-up bets come in.
FanDuel Sportsbook has laid it all out.
There’s no risk.
For a “fin,” you’re in.