BetMGM Bonus Code: $1,000 Risk-Free First Bet On Ice For Stanley Cup Finals

Written By Dave Bontempo on June 23, 2022

Hockey fans, this could be the last-chance dance to bring a new BetMGM bonus code for a risk-free first bet promo into play.

The Colorado Avalanche try to hoist the Stanley Cup on home ice Friday Night when they take a 3-1 series lead into Game 5 against the two-time defending champion Tampa Bay Lightning.

Michigan online sports bettors who have developed sharp angles in this series may be tempted to dig in a little more before the possible clincher.

With a BetMGM Sportsbook promo code for new users, they can do so with insurance.

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You lose the bet, you get another chance, via free wagers equal to the amount of the original bet. The offer applies to more than this game, of course, and is a standing promo for new players who use the BetMGM promo code PLAYBONUS.

But it is gaining more visibility during the Cup finals because hockey enjoys a rare high-profile perch in the betting world with the NBA season completed.

Just click “Play Now” to visit the BetMGM site, follow instructions, enter promo code PLAYBONUS, and you are in. The amount of your first bet is the total a gambler will receive in free bets, with the following tiers:

  • A qualifying bet under $50 receives an identical amount in a free bet.
  • Anything over $50 gains five equally-valued free bets. A $1,000 qualifying bet, for example, will bring back five free wagers of $200 apiece. A $100 bet would yield five $20 free wagers.

Free bets will be credited within 24 hours of the end of the event.

Players have seven days to use them. They can be redeemed online or via app.

BetMGM betting angles for Lightning vs. Avalanche Game 5

Bettors may have some instinct on the series based on the following.

What the Avs bettor sees

The Cup. This is a team of destiny, having gone 15-3 in the postseason.

The Avs authored unlikely 4-0 series sweeps over the Nashville Predators and Edmonton Oilers. They outgun everybody.

And they come up with new heroes every game. In the 3-2 double-overtime triumph against the Lightning on Wednesday, it was their goalie — Darcy Kuemper — who stole the show. He outperformed Tampa Bay’s all-world goalie, Andrei Vasilevskiy before Nazem Kadri won it for them.

Kuemper had been pulled after allowing five goals before the end of the second period in a 6-2 Game 3 loss. But he bounced back with a flourish.

These things happen when it’s your year to win it all.

Oh. And the last game played in Colorado? The Avs buried the Lightning 7-0 in Game 2.

What the Lightning backer sees

Not so fast. Tampa Bay lost two games in overtime and then the teams traded blowout victories. Tampa Bay has been rallying in the entire post-season.

The Lightning rallied from a 2-0 series hole to defeat both the Toronto Maple Leafs and New York Rangers in this post season.

They did not have home-ice advantage going into any series.

Vasilevskiy guided them to two consecutive Cups. He’s led the NHL in wins for five straight seasons and is the best goalie in the game.

This is a proud team. They are used to staring elimination in the face and winning.

What a Michigan bettor sees

This has been a terrific NHL postseason, enjoyed in a state that sports the Detroit Red Wings, one of the league’s original six teams. This could be the last chance to enjoy some action before next season.

Photo by Phelan M. Ebenhack / Associated Press
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