Thanks For Giving: FanDuel Sportsbook Offering Odds Boost To Turn $5 Bet Into $150

Written By C.J. Pierre on November 24, 2021 - Last Updated on May 28, 2024
NFL Thanksgiving Day Games

If you’re looking to sneak in some sports betting action before your Thanksgiving Day meal, the latest FanDuel Sportsbook promotion is a great way to do it.

The best part: Bettors in Arizona won’t need a promo code to get a great odds boost.

There are three games scheduled for this Thanksgiving. And using the Thanksgiving FanDuel promo could net you $150 in cash on any team to win.

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FanDuel Sportsbook promo unlocks 30-1 Thanksgiving odds boost

With a Thanksgiving Day trio of NFL games on tap, new FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona users can cash in with a holiday special.

New FanDuel players will get +3000 odds on the moneyline for whichever team they pick. The max bet for the offer is $5, so you can win $150 in actual cash, not site credit.

This odds boost can be applied to any of the six teams playing, regardless of the listed moneyline odds.

Claiming this offer is easy. Here’s what you need to do step by step:

  1. Download the FanDuel Sportsbook mobile app.
  2. Create an account.
  3. Make a deposit.
  4. Click on the Enhanced Odds section under the promotions tab
  5. Place a $5 bet on who you think will win the game.
  6. If you win, you will receive the cash within 72 hours.

You must use the mobile app to claim the offer. Desktop and mobile web users will see a pop-up telling them to download the app.

Which NFL team to back on Turkey Day

This is an unusual slate of Thanksgiving Day games, but certainly one that will draw plenty of action for Arizona betting apps. Every single team playing on Thursday is coming off of a loss. Meaning they are all desperate for a win.

Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions, 9:30 a.m. MST

The hardest game to predict. The Bears enter this one with issues at quarterback, as Andy Dalton is back in there with rookie Justin Fields out with a rib injury. It also appears the end is near for head coach Matt Nagy, as reports have surfaced that he could be coaching his final game Thursday.

The Lions are winless, but they have been playing hard and coming close to wins. It appears Jared Goff is back this week to start for the Lions at QB. The Bears are road moneyline favorites at .

Las Vegas Raiders at Dallas Cowboys, 1:30 p.m. MST

The heaviest favorite entering Thursday’s slate is the Dallas Cowboys, who are a moneyline favorite over the Las Vegas Raiders. As usual, Dallas is playing at home on Thanksgiving and is considered the better team.

However, the Raiders need this game a lot more than the Cowboys do. Dallas has a huge lead in the NFC East and will have plenty of chances to secure a playoff spot. On the other hand, the Raiders may put themselves in too deep a hole to crawl out of if they lose this game.

Buffalo Bills at New Orleans Saints, 5:20 p.m. MST

The Bills and Saints will go head to head in the final game of the day. Buffalo has lost two out of their last three games and have quickly found themselves trailing the New England Patriots in the AFC East. At the same time, New Orleans has lost three straight and is dealing with a laundry list of injuries to key players.

Buffalo is the moneyline favorite at . If the Bills want to reclaim their status as a Super Bowl contender, they need to win this game. Buffalo could be a safe bet.

Photo by AP / Reed Hoffmann
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CJ Pierre is a multimedia journalist currently residing in the Phoenix-Metro Area in Arizona. He has been covering news and sports for over a decade for both online and TV broadcasts. He was born and raised in Minneapolis and an alum of Minnesota State University: Moorhead. CJ has experience as a reporter and videographer and has covered high school, college and professional sports throughout his career. Most notably following Arizona Cardinals, Phoenix Suns, Minnesota Vikings and North Dakota State University football.

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