September is finally here, and that can only mean one thing – it’s NFL kickoff time. BetMGM has an exclusive offer for sports bettors around the nation to celebrate the season. Right now, first-time customers can sign up with BetMGM using the bonus code SHARP and receive a risk-free bet of up to $1,000.
The season gets underway on Thursday with the Bills and Rams, followed by a full slate of 14 games on Sunday, capped off with Russell Wilson’s return to Seattle for the Monday night game between the Broncos and Seahawks.
Don’t miss the opportunity to start building your bankroll with the benefit of a safety net.
How to Claim BetMGM Bonus Code SHARP
It’s easy to get started, and the entire process will only take a few minutes. Just follow these simple steps.
- Register for a BetMGM account and get verified.
- Make your first deposit with Code SHARP
- Place your first wager on Week 1 NFL Games
Your first bet at BetMGM Sportsbook will be the one that counts towards the promotion. If you win the bet, you can take the money and run. But if you lose, there’s no need to fret because you’ll be refunded your wager up to $1,000 in free bets.
If you wager under $50 and lose, you’ll receive a single free bet equal to your wager. If you bet over $50 and lose, each free bet you receive will equal 20% of your wager.
More sports wagering bonuses: All the NFL Week 1 Promo Codes for sports betting apps
Existing Promos At BetMGM Sportsbook
BetMGM has a boatload of promos that are constantly changing throughout the year. Check back often for new and exciting bonuses. Here are a few of the current offers.
If you bet on no runs to be scored in the first inning of an MLB game and lose, you’ll receive a free bet of up to $20.
Get up to 40% more on your winning parlays when you opt-in and bet a 4-7 leg parlay on any sport. Feel free to mix and match.
One Game Parlay
At BetMGM, you can now place multiple bets on the same game. Stack your parlay as big as you want with a combination of moneyline, total points, and a wide selection of player props.
Refer-a-Friend and Earn a $50 Bonus For Each Sign-Up
When you refer a friend, and they sign up, you’ll both get $50 credited to your account. Invite up to 20 people per month! Basic wagering requirements need to be met.
Best Bets for NFL Week 1
Here are a couple of bets we like to get things started. BetMGM has a wide variety of player props if you’re looking to bet beyond the moneyline and point spread.
Bills vs. Rams, Thursday, Sept. 8 — Gabriel Davis Anytime Touchdown Scorer (+150)
Gabe Davis has nine touchdowns in his last seven games, including the postseason. He became one of Josh Allen’s go-to guys in the last quarter of the season in 2021, and we expect that to carry over to this year.
Davis is an explosive player with a nose for the endzone and looks like a strong candidate to make a massive leap in his third year. These are decent odds for a Davis touchdown in a game that is bound to have plenty of scoring.
New York Giants at Tennessee Titans, Sunday, Sept. 11 — Titans -6
There’s been renewed optimism in New York this offseason. The Giants went out and got former Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll as their new head coach. They also made a splash at the NFL Draft, taking sack-master Kayvon Thibodeaux out of Oregon with the fifth overall pick and offensive tackle Evan Neal with the seventh.
Furthermore, it appears that running back Saquon Barkley is finally healthy. Ah, things are looking up in New York, right? Not so fast. The Giants still have Daniel Jones at quarterback, a porous offensive line, and a defense that couldn’t stop anyone last year.
Daboll, known for his development of Josh Allen, is going to get a rude awakening when he realizes that Jones is no Josh Allen.
On the other side, many people have been fading Tennessee this offseason after the departure of A.J. Brown, but the Titans still have head coach Mike Vrabel, a stout defense, a terrific offensive line, and a man named Derrick Henry.
First-round pick Treylon Burks should make an immediate impact as Brown’s replacement, and the Titans will continue to do what they do, which is run the ball. The Giants have been preseason darlings in the media, but they’re going to get a reality check in the Music City on Sunday afternoon.