Are you still disappointed that the Arizona Cardinals were eliminated in the first round of the NFL Playoffs?
FanDuel Arizona and any of the other mobile sportsbooks in the state can’t do anything to change the outcome of that game, but it is offering an NFL Playoffs odds boost promo this weekend designed to make new account holders smile.
FanDuel Arizona Promo Details
If you’ve yet to register for an account with FanDuel, there’s no time like this weekend. That’s because FanDuel Arizona is offering 30-to-1 odds on the NFL Playoffs. The odds are good on a moneyline bet of up to $5.
So, if you pick the team that wins either the AFC Championship Game or the NFC Championship Game, your $5 moneyline bet will turn into $150 in winnings. You can bet more than $5 on a team, but the amount wagered over $5 will be turned into a separate bet with those winnings paid on market odds at the time of the wager.
The best moneyline odds on the four teams in action this weekend is +270 for the Cincinnati Bengals. So if you bet $5 on the moneyline and the Bengals win outright, you’d normally win $13.50. With the FanDuel promo, you’ll win $150.
Terms & Conditions
You must be a new member of FanDuel to be eligible for the promotion, and the bet must be placed after making your first deposit into your new account. Place your first bet in the NFL Playoffs Enhanced Odds market on the homepage.
New FanDuel account holders are also eligible for a risk-free first bet of up to $1,000, but if you opt to take advantage of the 30-to-1 NFL Playoffs Odds Boost, you’re ineligible to claim the risk-free bet of up to $1,000.
If you want to make a big wager as your first bet, taking advantage of the risk-free bet might be a better option. But if you want to ease into betting with FanDuel, the NFL promo may be the offer for you.
NFL Playoffs Update
It’s seemingly implausible to think that Sunday’s AFC and NFC title games can live up to the four sensational games this past weekend, but if the underdog Cincinnati Bengals and San Francisco 49ers have anything to say, maybe we’ll be rewarded with two great games.
In the opener, the Bengals will visit the Kansas City Chiefs (3 p.m. ET, CBS), a team trying to make the Super Bowl for a third consecutive season. The two teams met on Jan. 2, with the Bengals pulling out a 34-31 win in Cincinnati.
Sunday’s game is in Kansas City, an edge for quarterback Patrick Mahomes and a dynamic offense. Nothing, though, seems to faze Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow, who threw for 446 yards and 4 TDs when the teams first met.
In the nightcap, the 49ers visit the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium, which will host Super Bowl LVI on Feb. 13. If the Rams are to reach the Super Bowl in their home stadium, they’ll have to finally solve the 49ers.
San Francisco isn’t flashy, but the 49ers beat the Rams twice this season and have beaten them six times in a row over the last three seasons.