If you’ve yet to sign up for an account with FanDuel Arizona, the opportunity to get 56-1 odds on a $5 Super Bowl bet might be enough to change your mind. Especially since you can cash out your winnings after the game.
That’s right, this FanDuel Arizona Super Bowl Promo for new users will pay you $280 in cash if your $5 Super Bowl moneyline wager is a winner. This payoff isn’t in the form of site credits for future bets, it’s straight-up cash. That’s a rare find in sports betting these days.
If you want to keep the $280 in your account for future wagers with FanDuel, that’s a great way to build your account balance. But if you want to cash out and use it to pay bills, or treat yourself to a night on the town, you can do that, too.
FanDuel Arizona Super Bowl Promo Details
This offer from FanDuel is for new users only. And if you claim this offer, you’re ineligible to claim the typical FanDuel Arizona offer of a $1,000 risk-free bet.
If you’re planning on going all-in on your first FanDuel wager, the risk-free bet might be more to your liking, but if you’re looking for a small wager to break the ice, the chance to win $280 on a $5 bet is an attention-getter.
Other things to know about this offer:
- After registering, you must make a first-time deposit to fund your account.
- You must place a $5 moneyline wager on either the Cincinnati Bengals or the Los Angeles Rams.
- If your bet wins, you win $280 in cash that will be paid within 72 hours.
- Bets must be placed prior to kickoff of the Super Bowl.
Setting Up Super Bowl 56
That the Rams are playing in the Super Bowl in their home stadium isn’t shocking. After all, this was a team that has traded away future draft picks with abandon in an effort to reach Super Bowl LVI.
The plan took a major step forward when the Rams traded for quarterback Matthew Stafford a year ago. Stafford did his part and the team constantly added pieces around him as needed throughout the season.
The Bengals are the surprise of this Super Bowl. Quarterback Joe Burrow was drafted in 2020 to lead the team’s rebuilding effort, but few expected him to reach the Super Bowl in two years. Add in the fact that Burrow’s rookie season was ended by a severe knee injury and expectations were modest at best entering 2021. Burrow, though, pays little attention to the expectations of others, and that’s a very good thing for the Bengals.
All Cincinnati did was beat the No. 1-seeded Tennessee Titans and then the No. 2-seeded Kansas City Chiefs to reach the Super Bowl. Considering they won both of those games on the road, it’s a good bet that they won’t be fazed facing the Rams in Inglewood, Calif.
The Rams are laying 4.5 points at FanDuel, but to turn your $5 bet into $280, all you have to do is pick the winner.
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