Super Bowl LV Betting Bonuses & Free Bets
Super Bowl LV is set to take place on Feb. 7, and it should be a huge day for the sports betting industry in Indiana.
Indiana sportsbooks have already seen plenty of action during the NFL season, and this is always one of the biggest days in the sports betting industry.
To celebrate the Super Bowl, a number of the top sportsbooks in Indiana are offering huge boosts on the big game. Most of these bonuses are currently being offered to new customers only, but plenty of apps will have promos or booster odds in place.
Even though the Indianapolis Colts will not be playing in the Super Bowl, the game will still feature one of the best quarterback matchups of all time. By taking advantage of some of these huge promotions from top IN sports betting apps, it could be a great way to build up your account before looking at other available betting markets.
Unibet is giving new customers up to $541 in free bets on Super Bowl LV when signing up for a new account at unibet.com. There is $20 available to all new customers when signing up, and another $21 will be credited on Feb. 7.
On top of the free money from Unibet, new customers are also eligible to receive two risk-free bets up to $250. This promotion is available in Indiana, but it is also given to new customers in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
FanDuel Sportsbook is not giving away any free money to new customers, but anyone that signs up for an account will receive boosted odds for the big game. A new customer will receive a 55-1 odds boost to be used on the Super Bowl.
This boost can be used on either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Kansas City Chiefs, so a simple $5 bet can be turned into $275.
DraftKings Sportsbook is offering new customers a chance to double their money if a touchdown is scored during Super Bowl LV. That’s right; new customers will receive a +100 odds boost on at least one touchdown being scored during the big game. Get your account today at sportsbook.draftkings.com.
Michigan, Illinois Increasing Competition
Indiana has gone over the $1 billion mark in total sports betting handle in less than one year, and it has been one of the leaders in the Midwest. Illinois has recently passed the Hoosier State in terms of the size of the betting market, and that trend will continue in 2021.
PointsBet Sportsbook has teamed up with Hawthorne Race Course to provide off-track betting at three separate locations in the Chicagoland area. This will likely take away some customers from the state of Indiana and lower handle and revenue numbers.
Michigan just recently launched online sports betting, and it is expected to become a major player in the US industry. There were 10 sports betting apps available on launch day, and remote registration is available.
The entire US industry continues to grow, so Indiana will need to make some improvements to its market to stay near the top.
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