The NCAA Tournament is hitting its homestretch. But Elite Eight betting bonuses show that Michigan sportsbooks aren’t done drawing you in to March Madness.
We’re down to just seven games to go in this year’s college basketball extravaganza. Michigan itself is one of those teams remaining and is a strong favorite to reach the Final Four.
How are the sports betting providers trying to make the next two days worth your while? Let’s take a look.
Bigger risks, bigger free bets at William Hill
We’ll start with one offer that may make you sit up straight and pay attention.
If you have some extra cash floating around, William Hill Sportsbook has a larger-pool offer in the wings.
Wager at least $64 on the spread of each Elite Eight game the next two days, and you’ll receive a $64 free bet to use later. If you bet $250 or more on each game, your free bet rises to $100.
One word of warning, though: There’s a minimum odds threshold of -150.
BetRivers is banking on the 8s
BetRivers Sportsbook is offering a tiered approach to your free wagers in the next two days. It’s simple to understand, too.
For every $80 wagered on this round of games, your Elite Eight betting bonuses pool will increase by $8. That free-bet total can reach $80. All bets must have minimum -200 odds or greater.
DraftKings offers boosts bit by bit
DraftKings Sportsbook hasn’t forgotten its loyal users, either. Anyone already registered with an account can get 25% profit boosts for each Elite Eight game. If you want to parlay your choices, a 3-leg result can be boosted by 20%.
If you’re new to the DraftKings interface, you can still jump on a tasty end-of-tournament offer.
Any first-time depositor should look for the promotions page to select “boost this event” for any remaining game in the tournament. Make the choice, and then you have a one-time, +10000 odds boost on a $1 bet.
Successfully pick the proper moneyline, and your $1 wager becomes $100.
NCAA Tournament ongoing bonuses still active
— PointsBet has its bad-beat Karma Kommittee still on call through the tournament. Make 10 bets totaling $200 on the tournament, and any wager lost in the final five seconds is eligible for a refund of up to $50. You must email the company somewhere from April 6-8 to be eligible.
In addition, the sportsbook is offering +120 odds on either Oregon State or Arkansas to pull a Monday upset over either Houston or Baylor.
— Don’t forget about the daily entries into the $1 million FanDuel contest. At tournament’s end, they’ll choose one lucky bettor to win the prize from all the March Madness wagers cast. You can enter once per day.
— Fox Bet is continuing to offer early-bird bonuses if you bet on the first game of the day. Wager at least $10 on Oregon State-Houston, for example, and a $10 token comes your way for the nightcap of Arkansas-Baylor.