The college football landscape is becoming a little clearer, with the pretenders falling away and the contenders rising up. FanDuel wants to help make you a contender in the sports betting world. With this week’s FanDuel Promo Code, new users get a $1,000 No Sweat First so they can win big with their first wager at FanDuel.
We have everything you need to know about the FanDuel promo code for College Football Saturday. Start by checking out our FanDuel Sportsbook review if you’re not familiar with the platform. Then we have all you need to know about signing up for FanDuel and claiming your bonus for college football.
Claiming & Using the FanDuel Promo Code for College Football Saturday
Just like the bonus you’ll receive with the FanDuel Promo Code, do not sweat the sign-up. All you have to do is click on our exclusive FanDuel Promo Code link to start the sign-up process and eventually claim your $1,000 No Sweat First Bet. Once you’ve done that, follow these important steps.
- Select the “Join Now” button.
- Set up your required account information, things like your name, address, date of birth, and a few other simple things.
- Now make your first deposit of $10 or more.
- Find your favorite College Football Saturday bet!
The FanDuel Promo for College Football Saturday is simple. Deposit and bet anywhere between $10 and $1,000. If your bet doesn’t win, don’t sweat it. FanDuel’s new user promo will return your first wager to you in the form of FanDuel betting credit equal to your first wager. The maximum refund is $1,000.
Be aware of the following information if your first bet doesn’t win and you are given FanDuel betting credit.
- You have 14 days to use free betting credits.
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- Free bet credits can be used across multiple wagers and do not have to be used in one lump sum.
College Football Saturday Betting Preview
Illinois (7-3) at Michigan (10-0) — Noon ET; TV: ABC
Point Spread: Michigan -18
Moneyline: Illinois (+675) at Michigan (-975)
Total Points: Over 41 (-110) / Under 41 (-110)
Illinois is a little banged up and the game is in Ann Arbor, which is why this spread is so large. Illinois should be able to push the Wolverines on the field — not in the tunnel. Illinois will be the best defense Michigan has gone up against all season.
NC State (7-3) at Louisville (6-4) — 3:30 p.m. ET; TV: ESPN 3
Point Spread: Louisville -4 (-105)
Moneyline: NC State (+150) at Louisville (-175)
Total Points: Over 45 (-110) / Under 45 (-110)
Can the fantastic Wolfpack defense slow down Louisville QB Malik Cunningham and the Cardinal offense? The winner of this game may come down to whether the NC State offense can control the ball and score some points to give the defense a rest.
Tennessee (9-1) at South Carolina (6-4) — 7 p.m. ET; TV: ESPN
Point Spread: Tennessee -22 (-110)
Moneyline: Tennessee (-2400) at South Carolina (+1200)
Total Points: Over 66.5 (-110) / Under 66.5 (-110)
It’s easy to feel bad for anyone playing the Volunteers right now. Tennessee is trying to destroy anyone getting in its way of making the College Football Playoff.
USC (9-1) at UCLA (8-2) — 8 p.m. ET; TV: FOX
Point Spread: USC -2 (-115)
Moneyline: USC (-135) at UCLA (+115)
Total Points: Over 76 (-110) / Under 76 (-110)
Pray for the scoreboard keeper, as their finger may fall off after inputting all the points that will be scored in this game.
Utah (8-2) at Oregon (8-2) — 10:30 p.m. ET; TV: ESPN
Point Spread: Utah -1 (-110)
Moneyline: Utah (-125) at Oregon (+105)
Total Points: Over 61.5 (-110) / Under 61.5 (-110)
The winner of this game can win out and make the Pac-12 Championship game. With the Pac-12 after dark, you never know what could happen.