DraftKings Sportsbook Michigan Promo Code Offer For Super Bowl LVI

Written By Paul Costanzo on February 1, 2022 - Last Updated on February 2, 2022
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Bad news: The NFL season is down to its final game.

Good news: That means there’s one more chance for Michigan online sports bettors to take advantage of DraftKings Sportsbook’s NFL Playoffs promotion.

New users can earn $280 in free bets by winning a $5 moneyline wager on either team in Super Bowl LVI.

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How the DraftKings Super Bowl promo works

The deal is for first-time DraftKings customers only, and you must be located in an eligible state, which includes Michigan.

Simply create an account and make a deposit of $5 or more. Then make a moneyline bet of at least $5 on the Los Angeles Rams or the Cincinnati Bengals before kickoff on Feb. 13.

If your bet wins, you will receive $280 in free bets, as well as any cash winnings from the original wager. Your first settled wager of $5 or more on the Super Bowl moneyline will be your qualifying wager.

The bonus will be paid in seven $40 free bets, and they will be valid for seven days. Failure to use the free bets in the allotted time will void the award.

The free bet amount is not included in any returns or winnings. It is also not redeemable for cash, non-transferable and non-refundable.

The offer excludes odds boosts, live bets, parlays, free bets, cash-out bets and voided bets.

Rams favored to win Super Bowl

Los Angeles opened as more than a field goal favorite, and as of Tuesday afternoon, was -190 on the moneyline. Cincinnati was +160.

The two teams did not meet in the regular season, both won their respective divisions, and knocked off defending conference champions in the playoffs. The NFC West champion Rams enter the Super Bowl at 15-5, while the AFC North champion Bengals are 13-7.

Los Angeles was playing in the Super Bowl just three years ago, and has a veteran core led by former Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford.

The Bengals, meanwhile, had the league’s worst record in 2019, which led to them picking Joe Burrow at No. 1 in the 2020 NFL Draft. He’s led a young core of talented skill players to back-to-back road upsets in the past two weeks.

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