Your Matthew Stafford Vibes Could Net You $150 From FanDuel’s Week 10 NFL Bonus

Written By Danny Lawhon on November 12, 2021

It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to know that the Detroit Lions have just about sapped local joy out of the 2021 NFL season. But a new FanDuel Sportsbook promo code and bonus offer this week can allow Michiganders to turn back the clock.

Former Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has already exacted his lightly tinged revenge against Detroit this season, so it should be no problem to root for the Los Angeles Rams against the San Francisco 49ers this week on Monday Night Football.

And if that’s the desire, then FanDuel has a way for new players in Michigan sports betting to take full advantage. In fact, you don’t even need the FanDuel promo code to advantage. Click below, or read on for more.

 

Special NFL Offer - Bet $5 Win $150 In Cash

How to access this special FanDuel Week 10 promo code in Michigan

If you haven’t registered yet for FanDuel Sportsbook in Michigan, this Rams-49ers game provides an opportunity to turn $5 into $150 in cash. 

The process is simple: Register using the link above. Then make your first deposit through the app, and follow the instructions to complete that process.

Next, make sure your first bet is on either the Rams or 49ers to win on the moneyline. Don’t use a free-bet coupon or token, as that will render the promo code and bonus offer from FanDuel invalid.

Either team will be listed at +3000 odds from now through Monday and maxed at $5, so a successful bet will earn $150 in cash. Root for Stafford. Root against him. In each case, success means a big early windfall for your bankroll.

Stafford, Rams had been solid until Titans turmoil

Up until last Sunday night, the Rams were a solid bedrock of the NFC. But a primetime shellacking at the hands of the Tennessee Titans during a topsy-turvy Week 9 put doubt back in Los Angeles’ stability for a moment.

The Rams will be expected to take care of business on the road against the struggling 49ers. They’re a 3.5- or 4-point favorite, depending on the Michigan sportsbook you’re using. And on the moneyline, they’re at a mostly -190 clip as of Friday afternoon.

Of course, such a status means nothing until the game is played. And with your 30-to-1 return rate at stake, you’ll want to choose wisely.

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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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