Bet $5, Win $150 on Tonight’s Game With This FanDuel Offer

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Getty New FanDuel Sportsbook customers can bet $5 and win $150 when Patrick Mahomes' Chiefs take on the Chargers Thursday night.

If you missed the playoffs in your fantasy league but still want some skin in the game as the NFL regular season enters its home stretch, you may be in luck.

Heavy’s partners at FanDuel Sportsbook have an awesome promo for tonight’s Thursday Night Football game: New users can bet $5 on either team and win $150 if their team wins.

You can claim the offer here and read on for more details.

FanDuel Sportsbook Week 15 Promo: Bet $5, Win $150 in Chiefs-Chargers

FanDuel Sportsbook has repeatedly offered promos in which new users can bet $5 and win $150 on either side of an NFL bet.

This week, that promo applies to the Thursday Night Football game between the Kansas City Cheifs and the Los Angeles Chargers.

To claim the offer:

  • Click this link to create a FanDuel Sportsbook account.
  • Deposit a minimum of $10.
  • Wager up to $5 on either side of the Chiefs-Chargers game.

Claim Offer

Heavy contributor Jonathan Adams joined me on the Heavy YouTube channel to preview the game and offer some betting advice. Adams’ advice: If you’re taking advantage of the “bet $5, win $150” promo, bet on the Chiefs, who are coming into form after a shaky start and who enter the game as three-point favorites.

You can watch the video here:

Heavy on NFL Thursday Night Football Preview: Chiefs vs Chargers, Week 15Heavy NFL contributor Jonathan Adams and Heavy managing editor Ben Doody preview the NFL Week 15 Thursday Night Football game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Los Angeles Chargers, and talk about two FanDuel Sportsbook promos that new bettors can take advantage of.2021-12-16T18:37:03Z

FanDuel Sportsbook is live in Illinois, Pennsylvania, Michigan, New Jersey, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Arizona, Iowa, Indiana, Colorado, and Connecticut. You have to be physically present in one of those states to cast a bet, so if you’re visiting one of those states, you can create an account and take advantage of some of the latest promos even if you don’t live there.

If you do not live in one of those states, you can go to the FanDuel Sportsbook website and sign up to get email updates on when the sportsbook might be available in your state.

FanDuel Sportsbook Evergreen Promo: Risk-Free Bet up to $1,000

If you’re a new FanDuel Sportsbook user, you can bet up to $1,000 on your first game and get a refund if the bet doesn’t hit. The bet can be on any sport listed in the app, and there are a ton of options, ranging from the NFL and college football to English Premiere League soccer, World Cup qualifiers, NBA and college basketball and more.

Claiming the offer is simple:

  • Click on this link and create a FanDuel Sportsbook account.
  • Make your first deposit. You deposit via an online bank account, a credit card, or PayNearMe. There’s a $10 minimum.
  • Look through the menu of games and decide what to bet.

Claim Offer

Note: New users can utilize this promo *or* the Chiefs-Chargers promo, but not both.

Additioinal FanDuel Sportsbook Promo Coming Sunday

FanDuel Sportsbook often has multiple NFL offers running at once, and you can expect that to be the case this week. Check back with Heavy later in the week for information about additional opportunities for new users.

Last week, FanDuel Sportsbook’s promos included an offer to bet $5 to win $150 on the AFC North showdown between the Cleveland Browns and Baltimore Ravens; and an identical “bet $5 to win $150” promo on the game between the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Francisco 49ers.

Bri and Meredith from the Cleveland sports podcast That’s What B Said joined Heavy to preview the game and talk about betting options for fans in and around Ohio. You can watch the video below.

LIVE Browns-Ravens previewWe're LIVE with a preview of tomorrow's MUST-WIN #Browns game. #DawgPound2021-12-11T22:59:47Z

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