It’s Super Bowl week, and sports bettors have their pick of the litter of promo offers from various sportsbooks. However, you will be hard-pressed to find multiple promos better than that of PointsBet’s current offer. All who sign up with the PointsBet promo code will score five second-chance bet credits.
Claim five second-chance bet credits with the PointsBet Promo Code for Super Bowl 57
How to Claim the PointsBet Promo Code
Claiming your offer is simple. Just follow the quick and simple steps below.
- Visit the PointsBet Sportsbook Website.
- Click “Sign Up.”
- Provide the required personal information, such as your name, address, and date of birth.
- Make your first deposit.
- Place your Super Bowl wagers.
What you Get with Today’s PointsBet Promo Code
The PointsBet promo code lands new users five second-chance bets of up to $50 apiece for any fixed-odds wager. You get one a day for five days.
It works like this: If you make a bet and it loses, PointsBet will refund your account with the amount of the bet you lost up to $50. You can bet more than $50, but only the first $50 will be refunded. If you win your bet, there is no bonus.
The betting credit is only good for fixed-odds wagers, which means if you want to try PointsBet Sportsbook’s PointsBetting-style wager, you’ll have to use your own money.
PointsBetting is unique to PointsBet and is geared toward more experienced bettors. It heightens the intensity of wagers by multiplying the bet amount by the number of points you win or lose. For example, say you placed a $50 wager for Patrick Mahomes to throw for 300 yards in the Super Bowl and he throws for 315 yards. Your bet won by 15 yards, so your payout would be $50 x 15, for a total of $750.
The same is true if the bet loses. Let’s use the same bet. A wager of $50 for Mahomes to throw at least 300 yards, but he ends the game throwing 290 yards. Your loss total would be $50 x 10, meaning you now owe $500. Every point or yard counts in this wager, so if you take this route, be sure to do as much research as you can and then claim this bonus offer.
Claim up to $250 in second-chance betting credit with today’s PointsBet Promo Code
Super Bowl Betting Preview
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles (Sunday, Feb. 12, at 5:30 p.m. CT, FOX)
Point Spread: Eagles -1.5 (-105)
Moneyline: Eagles (+120) | Chiefs (+100)
Point Total: O/U 50.5 points
The Chiefs are listed as 1.5-point underdogs in a matchup they may be without three wide receivers, including JuJu Smith-Schuster. That is a testament to the threat of Patrick Mahomes, who is still hobbled from a high ankle sprain. However, Mahomes has already shown, as recently as last week, to not count him and the Chiefs out of any matchup.
If they are to have a chance to steal this one, they’ll need one of his best performances to date. That’s asking a lot given how many jaw-dropping games he has already had. Whether or not he’ll have a chance to steal the game is dependent on Philadelphia QB Jalen Hurts, who hasn’t quite returned to the player he was prior to his shoulder injury late in the season.
Since his return, the Eagles’ passing game has suffered, especially in the playoffs. Hurts has yet to throw for more than 200 yards since returning, and despite winning, it’s hindering the Eagles offensively. The Eagles capitalized on multiple turnovers last week to get out of what was a close game prior to San Francisco QB Brock Purdy’s injury. If the Chiefs can avoid turning it over as much, Hurts hasn’t shown he can go the distance for a score recently, which could keep the game close.
If the game is close, anything is possible despite the Eagles’ dominance on both sides of the ball all season long.