DraftKings Arizona Promo Code For Arizona Wildcats March Madness Run

The Arizona Wildcats have had an amazing season, and the sports betting marketplace has taken notice. The Wildcats have the second-best odds to win the NCAA Tournament, and with this DraftKings Arizona Promo Code, you can turn a $5 bet into $200 in free bets.

Claim $200 in free bets with DraftKings Arizona Promo Code

Yes, you read that correctly. if you’ve yet to register for an account with DraftKings Arizona, this offer is for you. All you need to do is wager $5 on any team to win its game. If that team wins, DraftKings will deposit $200 worth of free bets into your account.

You certainly have plenty of options during March Madness besides betting on Arizona. There are 16 first-round games on Thursday and 16 more on Friday. If you don’t have a chance to wager either day, there are eight second-round games apiece on Saturday and Sunday.

This DraftKings offer is available throughout the tournament. So, even if you don’t have a chance to register right away, there’s still time to take advantage of it beyond this weekend. If your bet wins, you’ll receive eight free bets worth $25 apiece. The free bets must be used within seven days.

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How To Get DraftKings Arizona Promo Code For March Madness

The quickest way to ensure receiving a chance at winning $200 in free bets is by using our exclusive link. It will take your right to the landing page to begin and quickly complete your registration.

If you want to register via your laptop or desktop computer, our link will take you directly to DraftKings’ website. Prefer to register on your phone or tablet? In that case, the easiest way is by downloading the DraftKings app.

If you have an Android device, the app is available at the Google Play Store. If you have an Apple device, go to the App Store and search for DraftKings.

In order to register, you’ll need to give your full name, date of birth, your email address and mailing address, your phone number, and the last four digits of your Social Security Number. You’ll also select and answer several security questions.

This information is needed to confirm your identity and that you’re at least 21 years old. Combined with the security questions, the info is used to help prevent unauthorized access to your account.

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Funding Your Account And Placing Your First Bet

As you finish registering, you’ll be given the opportunity to make an initial deposit into your account.

There are a number of options available, including:

  • Credit Cards
  • Debit Cards
  • Online Banking
  • ACH/eCheck
  • Play+ Prepaid Card
  • Wire Transfer
  • Cash (at a Pay Near Me location)

Once you’ve funded your account, you’re ready to make that first wager. In order to qualify for the promotion, you need to place a moneyline wager.

You need to bet a minimum of $5 on the moneyline of the team you’re picking, and the wager must be placed before the game begins. In-game betting does not qualify for the bonus.

Plenty Of Teams To Choose From

Given the uncertainty that comes with a new coach, it was understandable if you were skeptical about the Wildcats entering the season. After all, Tommy Lloyd was an assistant at Gonzaga for 22 years. He was at a great program, but that’s no guarantee he’d be a great head coach.

Now, though, those fears have seemingly been put to bed. The Wildcats carry a 31-3 record into the tournament and will be overwhelming favorites in Friday’s first-round game, but you don’t have to bet on Arizona to be eligible for the promotion. Pick any game and you can turn $5 into $200 in free bets.

Your team simply has to win its game. You’re not betting on the point spread, just on which team you think will win. Think of it as DraftKings doing its part to take the “madness” out of your first bet on March Madness.

About the Author

Mark Ashenfelter

Mark Ashenfelter is a Connecticut-based sportswriter and editor who has covered everything from NASCAR to the Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles. A life-long Philadelphia sports fan, in addition to Penn State football and the Baltimore Orioles, he's previously worked at ESPN, NASCAR Scene magazine and the Daily Local News in Chester County, PA.