NFL Conference Championship Sunday is the last chance this season for Michigan sports bettors to put action on multiple football games in a day.
It also presents the last chance for new users to take advantage of FanDuel Sportsboook’s NFL Playoffs promotion.
A $5 moneyline bet on any of the teams in the AFC and NFC championship games can win you $150. Taking advantage is easy, there’s no promo code required. Just click below.
How to activate the FanDuel NFL Playoffs promotion
This deal boosts any team’s odds to 30-1, and pays out in cash, not site credit.
Here’s how new users can claim it:
- Register an account on the FanDuel Sportsbook app
- Make a first-time deposit
- Place their first real-money wager on any team playing in the championship games to win their matchup
The max bet is $5, and all winning bets will be fulfilled within 72 hours if they win.
AFC Championship Game: Chiefs favored to make third straight Super Bowl
The biggest odds boost available to Michigan sports bettors with that promotion would be Kansas City, which was -340 on the moneyline as of Wednesday.
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs will take on the Cincinnati Bengals (+275) at 3 p.m. Sunday on CBS in the AFC Championship Game. The two-time defending AFC champs have remained a steady 7-point favorite throughout the week coming off their dramatic victory against the Buffalo Bills in the Divisional Playoffs.
Led by second-year quarterback Joe Burrow, the Bengals will be looking to replicate the Week 17 meeting between the two, when they picked up a 34-31 victory. Although that game was played in Cincinnati. The total for this game was 54.5 as of Wednesday.
NFC Championship Game: Rams, 49ers meet for third time
Matthew Stafford will look to get to the Super Bowl for the first time when the Los Angeles Rams (-188) play host to the San Francisco 49ers (+158) in the NFC Championship at 6:30 p.m. on FOX.
The NFC West rivals met twice this season, with the 49ers coming out on top both times. Despite that, it was the Rams who won the division title, and, as of Wednesday, are a 3.5-point favorite in Sunday’s game. The total was 46.5 midweek, which rests right between the totals from their first two meets (41 and 51).