Super Bowl LVI is here and FanDuel Tennessee wants to celebrate! New users can now bet on any team that they want for Super Bowl 56 at 56-to-1 odds.
Tennessee, this is your time to see real profit immediately if you think you know who will win the Super Bowl. Check below to find out how to claim this new user sports betting promotion.
How To Claim FanDuel Tennessee Super Bowl Promo Code
In order to claim this offer, new users need to make a first-time deposit and then place their first real money bet on one of the two Super Bowl teams to win the game. If your bet hits, it will be paid within 72 hours.
Importantly, this is one of the rare times that a new user promotion is not awarded in promotional dollars or free bets. This promo gives winners withdrawable cash.
FanDuel Tennessee also offers a risk-free bet of up to $1,000 for new users. If a user has already claimed the risk-free bet offer, they are not eligible for this Super Bowl odds boost.
If you make your first bet of $5 on the Rams moneyline, which is -196 as of Friday morning, FanDuel will payout your bet at 56-to-1 odds. This would mean that your $5 cash bet would payout $280 in cash.
The rare promotion is a huge opportunity for sports bettors to see some immediate profit from their investment into a sports betting account.
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Super Bowl 56 Details
This year’s big game will pit the AFC’s No. 4 seed, the Cincinnati Bengals, against the NFC’s No. 4 seed, the Los Angeles Rams. They’ll face off on Feb. 13 at the Rams’ home of SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif.
The Rams are back in the Super Bowl two years after losing to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl 54. Sean McVay was the head coach then, so he has experience on the world’s biggest stage. This year, he’ll see a familiar face on the other sideline in Bengals head coach Zac Taylor, who was the Rams’ quarterbacks coach during their last Super Bowl appearance.
Both teams have quarterbacks who are relatively new. The Bengals have second-year player Joe Burrow, who led LSU to the 2019 national championship. Rams QB Matt Stafford spent 12 mediocre seasons with the Detroit Lions before the Rams traded for him last offseason.