BetMGM Louisiana Bonus Code Lands $1,000 Risk-Free Bet

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BetMGM Louisiana is delivering a great offer for its online sportsbook in Louisiana. If you register using our link and BetMGM Louisiana bonus code: SHARP, you’ll receive a risk-free bet of up to $1,000.

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This promo is one of the most generous of all the sportsbook promos and bonus offers, and it provides quite a bit of peace of mind when placing your first bet.

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Before you can receive your risk-free bet, you must sign up and make a deposit in your newly created account by downloading the BetMGM Louisiana Sportsbook app on either iOS or Android or by visiting BetMGM.com.

One important caveat is that you must be physically located in one of Louisiana’s 55 parishes that approved mobile sports betting in order to place a bet. Geofencing will keep anyone physically located in the following nine parishes from making bets online: Caldwell, Franklin, West Carroll, Catahoula, Jackson, LaSalle, Sabine, Union, Winn.

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BetMGM Louisiana Sportsbook Bonus Code & Sign-up

Use our exclusive BetMGM Louisiana bonus code: SHARP.

The rest of the signup process is straightforward. It requires the following information:

First and last name; the last four digits of your social security number; your date of birth; your mobile phone number; your address.

Louisiana Sports Betting Update

Online sports betting in Louisiana launched on Jan. 28, and the state has seen quite a bit of success since then.

In February — the first full month for online sports betting — the state received $2.2 million in tax revenue from sports betting. The total sports betting handle (total amount of sports betting wagers) in February was $211 million and was boosted by the typical flood of wagers on the Super Bowl.

Mobile sports betting operators must pay a tax rate of 15%, and 60% of the collected tax goes to the state general fund. Of that revenue, 25% goes to early education, 12% to the 55 parishes that voted to allow sports betting, and 2% to gambling addiction and responsible gambling programs.