BetMGM Louisiana $1,000 Risk-Free Bet

Written By Paul Costanzo on January 28, 2022 - Last Updated on January 31, 2022
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Online sports betting has made its way to Louisiana, and BetMGM is getting in on the action.

BetMGM Louisiana sportsbook launched Friday with a $1,000 risk-free bet bonus to help Louisiana sports bettors celebrate.

BetMGM Louisiana $1,000 risk-free bet welcome offer

New BetMGM Louisiana users can take advantage of the sportsbook’s welcome offer by clicking the button above, or signing up through the banner above and using the code PLAYBONUS when making their first deposit.

To activate the bonus, just make your initial bet, and if it loses, you will receive a refund in free equal to the amount of your losing bet, up to $1,000.

You will receive one free bet for a losing bet of $49 or less. Any losing bet $50 or higher will result in a refund of five free bets, each worth 20% of the original bet. For instance, a losing bet of $500 would result in BetMGM issuing you five $100 free bets.

What information is needed to register for BetMGM Louisiana

Louisiana sports bettors must be at least 21 years old

The sportsbook will also need the following information when you register.

  • Name
  • Address (does not have to be in Louisiana)
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Birthdate
  • Last four digits of your Social Security number

Downloading the BetMGM Louisiana App

The BetMGM Louisiana Sportsbook has an app that is available for download on iOS and Android. It can be downloaded through the Apple or Google Play store, or through the BetMGM sportsbook site.

With BetMGM, you’re getting one of the industry leaders in sports betting. BetMGM’s product has some of the best live betting functions and also offers a wide variety of markets for sports fans.

You’ve known the name for years from its casino holdings and now you can’t watch sports without seeing BetMGM ads featuring Jamie Foxx (if you haven’t seen the TV ads yet, you will soon).

What sports can you bet on in Louisiana?

If you haven’t heard, the NFL conference finals are this weekend.

The Los Angeles Rams are playing host to the San Francisco 49ers in the NFC Championship, while the Kansas City Chiefs are hosting the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC.

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Paul Costanzo is a Michigan native and Central Michigan University graduate with more than 20 years of sports writing experience. He has led sports sections in Hillsdale and Port Huron, and while his main focus has been prep sports, he has covered events from ranging from youth leagues to the pros.

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