Big, Easy Betting: Turn $5 Wager Into $150 Payday With FanDuel Sportsbook NFL Offer

Written By Grant Lucas on December 1, 2021 - Last Updated on January 30, 2023
New Orleans Saints Thursday Night Football

Six games remain in the NFL regular season. Contenders will separate from pretenders. An elite group will emerge as true and clear frontrunners for the Super Bowl, while others will be lucky enough just to make the playoffs.

On Thursday Night Football, two teams enduring tough stretches and hardships will square off in the Big Easy.

While this Week 13 matchup between the Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints may not seem like such a premier showdown, FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona is offering a way for new bettors in the Grand Canyon State to cash in on the game.

In a big way. As in turning a simple $5 wager into $150 with a 30-1 odds boost on Thursday’s moneyline. Taking advantage of this offer takes little effort. And we’ll make it even easier for you: You don’t need a promo code. Just click below.

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Bet $5, win $150 with FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona

It’s no typo. And FanDuel is not messing around.

New users who sign up with the sportsbook and make first-time deposits can make their first legal bets really count. What’s more, if your wager wins, you will get paid in straight cash. No site credit.

After depositing, users only need to place their first real-money wager on the Cowboys-Saints moneyline. What does that mean? Simply bet on which team will win. Think the Saints can shake a rough patch and snap a losing skid? Put down $5 on New Orleans. All the Saints need to do is win by a single point, and that wager will turn into $150 cash.

For perspective, as of Wednesday, FanDuel listed Dallas as the favorite with a line of -210. A $5 bet there, paired with a Cowboys win, would pay out just over $7.

This offer is only available to new users and in-app only with a deposit. Max bet is $5.

Measuring up Dallas Cowboys-New Orleans Saints

On paper, in theory, the Cowboys should have the upper hand. After all, New Orleans has been riddled with injuries all season, from franchise wideout Michael Thomas missing the entire season to starting QB Jameis Winston going down in October. Offensively, the one constant, Alvin Kamara, remains questionable with a knee injury.

All of this, as well as offensive uncertainty and inconsistency and porous defense of late, has led to a four-game losing streak for the Saints. Still, New Orleans (5-6) remains well in the hunt for a wild card spot in the postseason.

To maintain that position, though, the Saints will have to put their third-best rush defense (and 10th-worst pass defense) against a Dallas team that appears well on its way to the NFC East division championship.

Despite dropping three of their last four, including a brutal overtime loss at home on Thanksgiving, the Cowboys (7-4) boast statistically the best offense in the NFL. Leading that charge, QB Dak Prescott ranks fifth in passing yards per game (293.2). Dallas, though, has its own set of off-field problems. While Amari Cooper (illness) will travel with the team and expects to play, the Cowboys will go without Cedrick Wilson, who put up over 100 yards receiving on Thanksgiving. The status of WR CeeDee Lamb (concussion) also remains to be seen; although he did clear the NFL’s five-step concussion protocol earlier this week.

On top of all that, Dallas has a history of not performing well against nondivisional opponents. This season, for example, the Cowboys have gone 5-1 against NFC East foes but just 2-3 outside the division.

Then again, Arizona betting apps aren’t favoring Dallas on the road for nothing.

Photo by AP / Derick Hingle
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Grant Lucas is a longtime sports writer who has covered the high school, collegiate and professional levels. A graduate of Linfield College in McMinnville, Grant has covered games and written features and columns surrounding prep sports, Linfield and Oregon State athletics, the Portland Trail Blazers and golf throughout his career.

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