DraftKings Kansas Promo Code: Double Your Money if the Chiefs Score

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You read that right. All DraftKings Kansas users can take advantage of a promo for the Kansas City Chiefs season opener against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, Sept. 11 at 3:25 p.m. ET. If the Chiefs score a point, you double your money.

Here’s everything you need to know about the special DraftKings Kansas offer and information about how to register for an account if you want to take advantage of this rare offer.

DraftKings Kansas: Double Your Money if the Chiefs Score a Point

This promo is available for all DraftKings Sportsbook users, meaning both new users and existing customers can claim the offer. Those who have yet to sign up can also claim up to $1,050 free if they register using the DraftKings Kansas Promo Code. That offer comes in two parts — a free $50 bet and a 20% deposit match bonus of up to $1,000.

The “double your money” promo for the Chiefs vs Cardinals game is technically an Odds Boost, which takes the odds of Kansas City scoring over 0.5 point from -20,000 to +100 odds. You can place a maximum wager of $50, meaning your potential profit could be $50.

Your wager must be placed prior to kickoff and is only available for this specific market. Free bets don’t count toward this promo, and you will not be able to claim the Odds Boost for live bets or parlays of any kind.

How to Claim this DraftKings Kansas Special Promo

Claiming the offer is simple, just follow these steps:

  1. Find the “Double Your Money — Bet up to $50 on the Chiefs to score a point” market. You can go directly to the ‘DK Specials’ tab or click one of the headers on the DraftKings homepage or NFL market homepage.
  2. Be sure to click “Opt-In” so you get credited with the one-time use odds boost offer.
  3. Select the odds boost in your betslip before placing the bet.
  4. Users can wager a maximum of $50 on this special odds boost.

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When was the Last Time the Chiefs Were Shutout?

The Chiefs have never been shut out in the Patrick Mahomes era. The team also hasn’t been shut out since Andy Reid took over as head coach in 2013. 

To find the last time Kansas City failed to score a single point, you have to go back to Dec. 16, 2012, in a divisional matchup against the then-Oakland Raiders. That game was a disaster all around, as the Brady Quinn-led Chiefs mustered a total of 146 offensive yards and had seven first-down conversions. It wasn’t much better on the Raiders’ side, as they scored 15 points.

The Chiefs have scored 0 points a total of 14 times in franchise history.