$5 Deal: NFL Week 10 Promo Could Earn New FanDuel Sportsbook Customers $150

Written By Dave Bontempo on November 10, 2021

Want to make $5 become $150?

FanDuel Sportsbook elevates the Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers even higher than their Monday Night Football stage in San Francisco. Even higher than the usual heavy NJ sports betting action that will already conclude NFL Week 10 action.

New users eye a substantial offer.

Place a $5 bet on either team to win the game. If that pick wins, the bet pays $150.

It’s that simple. No point spread. Just win on the moneyline (with 30/1 odds) and collect $150, redeemed as real cash, not site credit, within 72 hours.

This is FanDuel’s classic hot NFL promo for new users only.

Special NFL Offer - Bet $5 Win $150 In Cash

Hot to get FanDuel Sportsbook Rams vs 49ers promo for Week 10

So if the above offer sounds tempting, here’s how to get a piece of the action.

No promo code is needed.

First, click on the FanDuel offer above and then follow the steps to download the iOS or Android app.

New users will need to register, make a first-time deposit (minimum of $10), and then simply place that first real-money wager on FanDuel Sportsbook on either the Rams or 49ers to win this game. Max bet is $5.

This offer is not available to current FanDuel Sportsbook customers.

Viewing the NFL Week 10 matchup between NFC West teams

FanDuel Sportsbook had the visiting Rams as a 3.5-point favorite on Wednesday morning. There has been enough public support on the Rams to make that number hit -4 at some books.

If the Rams triumph, they would snap a four-game losing streak in this rivalry, which dates back to 1950.

Both teams carry extra motivation after flopping as home favorites last week.

The 49ers faced an Arizona Cardinals team that was missing star quarterback Kyler Murray, premier receiver DeAndre Hopkins and defensive end J.J. Watt. The Cardinals’ nucleus was shelved and the Niners had an excellent opportunity to get to .500.

What happened?

After being favored by nearly a field goal at kickoff, they suffered a 31-17 shellacking.

The Rams, favored by more than a touchdown against a Tennessee Titans team playing without the league’s best running back, Derrick Henry, suffered a stunning 28-16 setback. It was only their second loss of the season and was self-inflicted.

Los Angeles outgained Tennessee 347-194 in yardage, but two consecutive Matthew Stafford picks fueled a 21-point second quarter for the Titans.

Which team can shake off the disappointment?

The 7-2 Rams need the win to apply pressure on the Cardinals, the NFC West leader at 8-1.

For the 49ers, the season is getting late. At 3-5, they need this game. Patience is running thin for head coach Kyle Shanahan.

NJ customers are getting 30/1 odds, so is it Rams or 49ers?

For bettors scouting public sentiment, moneyline support for the Rams in this game has been in the 95%-97% neighborhood.

On the flip side, the 49ers are playing for their season.

Which factor matters more? Put up $5, select the right team and pocket $150 if you are correct.

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Dave Bontempo, a multiple national award-winning boxing commentator and writer, authors NFL betting columns for the Press of Atlantic City and others. He writes about all major sports in the booming legal New Jersey sports betting industry. Dave also hosts the Why Eagles Why podcast. Dave is a member of the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame and the Atlantic City International Boxing Hall of Fame.

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