NFL Week 13 Promos In Michigan: 3 New-User Options That Pack A Punch

Written By Danny Lawhon on December 2, 2021
NFL Week 13 Betting Promo Michigan December 2021

The holidays are known as a season of giving. And although they aren’t entirely in the business of giving things away over the long haul, Michigan sportsbooks are still throwing around a bonus code or two if you’re signing up to bet on NFL football in December.

The best news about finding your way here, however, is that you don’t need codes. Just click through any offer that’s enticing enough for you among those below and get going! There’s plenty of time to build a good bankroll before the end of the season and the playoff push.

NFL Week 13 betting promos in Michigan

First, some of that boilerplate stuff. You’ve got to be at least 21 years old to sign up and wager. And you must be within Michigan borders when you do place your wager.

If you don’t live in Michigan, that’s fine. You can still sign up, but you will then cross the border into MI if you’re nearby as you make your bets.

And lastly, remember that these offers are for new customers only. So look for sportsbooks where you haven’t signed up yet, or check back within your apps to find promos and special markets just for you.

FanDuel: +3000 odds for Cowboys-Saints, or wait until Monday for Pats-Bills

FanDuel Sportsbook has offered this dandy a couple of other times this season, but you can take advantage on the front or back end of Week 13 if you’ve been waiting to sign up.

Once you register and make your first deposit, place $5 on the moneyline of either side of the Dallas Cowboys vs. New Orleans Saints game for Thursday Night Football. You’ll receive a special odds boost of +3000 for both teams. So if you pick the winner, that means $150 in cash — not site credit — goes into your pocket.

That’s one way to start with a bang.

In addition, if you’d rather wait until the weekend, at around midday Friday you may also see a similar promotion for this week’s Monday Night Football game between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills.

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DraftKing: 1 point still means $100 in free bets

There’s just one weekend left for this beauty from DraftKings Sportsbook, which expires Sunday night.

The concept is simple: Get signed up, place a deposit and then find an NFL game in which you want to place a $1 moneyline bet. 

From there, if either team scores a point, you’re earning $100 in free bets (delivered as four $25 tickets).

So … you’re earning those wagers, is what we’re saying. If you want even more of a sure thing, this deal remains active for NBA and college basketball games as well, again with a point by either side being the only requirement.

BetMGM: One more weekend of $50 in free cash + $1,000 first-bet coverage

One of the big-risk, big-reward options at BetMGM Sportsbook is also wrapping up this weekend.

New users will receive $50 for free upon registration no matter what. From there, you can place a risk-free first bet of up to $1,000. Win the bet, and all is well. Lose, and you’ll still get one more shot to make that money back.

The main thing to be mindful of is to watch the odds restrictions in the terms and conditions section of the bet. Those restrictions depend on your sport or line of choice, of course.

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Danny has more than a decade of reporting experience in three states, including nearly 10 years with the Des Moines Register in Iowa. He's covered college and professional sports, the NCAA Tournament and the PGA, LPGA and Champions Tours. Danny is a professional musician in his spare time and plays the piano and pipe organ (seriously). He now covers the online gambling industry in Michigan.

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