FanDuel Sportsbook is now live in Massachusetts, which means it’s the perfect time to sign up and take advantage of their sign-up offer of $200 in bonus bets after your first $5 bet.
With online sports betting now live in the state of Massachusetts, sports enthusiasts can get their betting journeys started, and there’s no better place to get started than FanDuel Sportsbook. Head over to their website or app and create an account using the links below. If you’re in Massachusetts, that will make you eligible for their new-customer boost of $200 in bonus bets after your first $5 bet. If you’re in any other state, your first bet must be $20 to unlock the bonus.
This boost is simple. All you need to do is place a wager of at least $5 and FanDuel will automatically deposit $200 in bonus bets into your account. That $200 can now be used for new bets. You can split it up however you prefer. If you want to bet all $200 at once, go for it! If you want to do 10 bets of $20, you certainly can! This is an incredible offer that only requires a $5 bet from you.
This offer will remain in Massachusetts after Sunday, but in all other states, FanDuel will return to a $1,000 no-sweat first bet on Monday.
How to bet on Saturday’s slate
Use FanDuel’s boost for an SEC parlay
The NCAA Tournament is rocking and rolling and the Round of 32 is officially here. If you missed out on the first two days of betting action, don’t worry, there’s still plenty of good games for you to capitalize on. Here’s a look at a two-team moneyline parlay featuring two SEC teams.
The first game I want to look at is Alabama-Maryland — a matchup of the No. 1 seed and the No. 8 seed in the South Region. I’ll keep this one simple: Alabama is an absolute unit. Maryland played a nice game in the first round against West Virginia, but this Alabama team is a completely different level of opponent. Alabama is primed to make a late-tournament run and getting through Maryland should be no problem.
The second game I want to look at is Missouri-Princeton. This is a battle between the No. 7 seed and the No. 15 seed in the South Region. Princeton played an awe-inspiring game against the No. 2 seed Arizona in the first round to pull off the massive upset, busting brackets across the country.
Their Cinderella run will end here, though. Despite being a No. 7 seed, Missouri has the talent of the top-tier teams in the country. Their best player, Kobe Brown, is a better individual player than anyone on Arizona, and he’ll be a matchup nightmare against the Tigers. He should be able to have his way and lead Missouri to the Sweet 16.
If you parlay the Missouri moneyline and the Alabama moneyline, that should give you a solid payout at around -140.
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