BetMGM TN Offers Its NBA First Basket Scorer Insurance Promo
November 24, 2022
An increasing number of U.S. sports bettors are enjoying the benefits of placing proposition bets. They get the opportunity to place smaller wagers that might bring more significant returns. As the NBA season enters its second month, BetMGM Tennessee wants to ensure that Tennessee sports bettors have plenty of incentive to play an NBA prop bet. That's why the operator has posted its current "NBA First Basket Scorer Insurance" promo. Here are some of the offer's most important terms and conditions.
The BetMGM NBA First Basket Scorer promo started on October 19, 2022, and will not expire until April 10, 2023. During the promo period, Tennessee sports bettors will be required to complete the offer's opt-in procedure. After completing the procedure, participants can pursue the bonus by placing a qualifying bet as defined by the promotion's terms and conditions. Note: This offer is only available on Tuesdays throughout the promo period.
Based on the terms and conditions, a qualifying bet is defined as a proposition bet of the first player to score a basket in any listed NBA game. Only a customer's first such bet will count towards this promo as participants will only be permitted to try to claim the bonus once.
If by chance the chosen player in the chosen NBA game doesn't score the first basket, BetMGM will issue an insurance rebate based on 100% of the total value of the qualifying bet. The max bonus any player can earn is set at $25.
Bonus recipients can expect to get their bonuses in the form of a free bet within 24 hours of the qualifying bet being officially settled. Upon receiving access to the free bet, bonus recipients will be given up to seven (7) days to use it or lose it as it expires. After successfully placing the free bet on time and the free bet winning, bonus recipients will be allowed to withdraw all of their net winnings whenever they want.
Should management at BetMGM Tennessee decide to change or terminate this offer, they will have the right to do so without giving customers prior notice.