FanDuel Kansas Promo Code Lands $150 Free With $5 Wager

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Football fans in the Sunflower State rejoice – legal sports betting is launching in Kansas just in time for this year’s NFL season. After recently being signed into law, legal sports wagering technically kicks off with a soft launch on Sept. 1 and will be official on Sept. 8 – the first day of football.

One of the big sportsbooks available to Kansas bettors will be FanDuel, and the online gaming giant has a special deal to ignite bettors’ bankrolls.

For a limited time, new customers can sign up for a “Bet $5 Get $150 Win or Lose” offer. Like the FanDuel promo says, just place a $5 bet on any sports market, and win or lose, your account will be loaded up with $150 in free bets.

Claim $150 in free bets with FanDuel Kansas Promo Code

FanDuel Kansas Promo Code: How to Claim

FanDuel has made it simple for new players to get into the game. Start building your bankroll now by following these easy steps.

  1. Sign up to FanDuel using our exclusive link and verify your identity
  2. Make a minimum $10 first deposit
  3. Place a $5 bet on any sport and get $150 bets – win or lose!

More Existing Offers Available at FanDuel

FanDuel Sportsbook runs a variety of promotions and keeps it fresh with frequent changes. Be sure to check back daily to see what’s on tap. Here are a few of the promos currently available at the FanDuel sportsbook.

Bet The Ringer Parlay of the Day

The Ringer is well-known in the sports media business, and now it’s lending its expertise to bettors. The Ringer crew offers a Parlay of the Day bet to take advantage of if you’re interested.

College Football No Sweat Bet

Place a wager on any College Football from Sept. 1 to Sept. 5 and get refunded in Free Bets if your bet loses!

Super Bowl Win Bonus

Place a $50+ straight wager on the “Super Bowl LVII – Outright Betting” market and get $5 in Free Bets for each game your team wins during the 2022-2023 NFL regular season

Terms and conditions apply.

Exciting NFL Week 1 Games to Wager on

Check FanDuel and all of the other top online sportsbooks for betting odds on these upcoming games.

Buffalo Bills (-2.5) at Los Angeles Rams Thursday, Sept. 8, 7:20 p.m. CT

Not only is this the first NFL game of the season, but it’s also the official launch of legal sports betting in Kansas, so why not get in on the action?

The Bills are going to be on a mission this season and will be out to avenge a heartbreaking playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs that still feels fresh.

Yes, the Rams are the reigning Super Bowl champions and are playing at home, but as is the case with many long playoff runs, it could take them a while to get going after a Super Bowl hangover.

LB Von Miller has swapped teams and will now be hunting Matthew Stafford, and star receiver Odell Beckham Jr. is still recovering from injury as a free agent. 

The Bills are loaded on both sides of the ball, and you can expect an MVP-type season from QB Josh Allen, who is on a mission to take his team all the way this year. Look for the Bills to cover in an early season upsetif you can call it that.

New York Giants at Tennessee Titans (-5.5) Sunday, Sept. 11, 3:25 p.m. CT

The Titans are still dealing with the loss of WR A.J. Brown, but it’s not all doom and gloom in the Music City. Quarterback Malik Willis has shown flashes of brilliance in the preseason and looks like an exciting heir apparent to Ryan Tannehill. If anything, this should push Tannehill to stay sharp this season, knowing that Willis is waiting in the wings.

Tennessee also added wide receiver Treylon Burks in the first round of the NFL Draft. He should immediately swallow up most of the targets left in Brown’s wake. The Giants have a glimmer of hope with new head coach Brian Daboll at the helm, but this team isn’t going anywhere fast as long as Daniel Jones is the QB. 

With a healthy Saquon Barkley and a few nice draft picks, the Giants will be improved this year, but it’s going to take some time for them to gel.

They’ll get their first dose of reality in Tennessee when Derrick Henry hits the field and reminds them who’s King. The Titans should win by at least a touchdown in this one.

Article contributed by Ryan Hagen