FanDuel Promo Code: No Sweat First Bet Up To $1,000 On FireKeepers Casino 400

Written By Paul Costanzo on August 7, 2022

NASCAR’s best will be at Michigan International Speedway Sunday for the FireKeepers Casino 400. A new FanDuel promo code will allow sports bettors to place a “No Sweat First Betup to $1,000 on the race.

The promo doesn’t even require you to enter a code. Simply click “Play Now” below to get started.

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FanDuel promo code for FireKeepers 400

Claiming your FanDuel sportsbook bonus is simple. After clicking “Play Now”, follow the steps to register for your account, deposit at least $10 and make your first bet.

If it loses, you will get the amount back, up to $1,000, in free bets. The bet must have odds of -200 or higher, and the free bets will expire 14 days after they’ve been received.

This offer is only good for new customers at FanDuel.

How to watch the FireKeepers Casino 400

  • What: NASCAR Cup Series FireKeepers Casino 400
  • Where: Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, Mich.
  • When: 3 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 7
  • TV: USA
  • Number of Laps: 200
  • 2021 Champion: Ryan Blaney

Betting on the FireKeepers 400

Qualifying plays a huge role in NASCAR odds, and it made a big difference for the FireKeepers 400.

NASCAR Cup Series leader Chase Elliott was the pre-qualifying co-favorite at FanDuel, along with Kyle Busch. Each were listed at +650.

Busch qualified third on Saturday, however, and is entering the race as the favorite at +460. Elliott qualified 13th, and his odds dropped to +850.

Bubba Wallace will start the race in the pole position, and he vaulted up to third in the odds because of that. He sits at +850 with Elliott. Denny Hamlin is at +700 after finishing ninth in qualifying.

Busch has 33 starts at MIS, with one win, which he collected in 2011. He hasn’t finished lower than seventh here, however, in his past seven starts.

Elliott has been a dominant force this season, winning four races and finishing in the top 10 in 15 of 22 starts. This past weekend’s Pennzoil 150 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway broke a string of five straight top two finishes for Elliott.

Prior to that, he had won at Nashville, finished runner-up at Road America, won at Atlanta, was runner-up in New Hampshire, and won at Pocono.

Something for sports bettors to keep in mind, however, is that he’s never won at MIS, despite finishing second in each of his first three races. He was eighth in the 2021 FireKeepers 400.

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