Fanduel New Jersey Offers NFL Same Game Parlay Bonus Opportunity
September 16, 2022
New Jersey sports bettors are in the zone with the start of the NFL season. To ensure sports bettors have plenty of chances to gain extra value from their NFL bets, most of New Jersey’s top online/mobile sports betting operators have posted exciting bonus offers. One of the offers at Fanduel NJ is the operator’s “NFL Same Game Parlay” promotion, which includes the following terms and conditions.
The Fanduel NFL Same Game Parlay offer was posted on September 15, 2022, and it will remain in effect until the start of NFL games on September 18, 2022. During the promo period, NJ sports bettors can opt into the promo at any time. After doing so, they can claim the available bonus by placing a qualifying wager.
For purposes of this promo only, Fanduel has defined the qualifying wager as a same game parlay that includes 4+ legs with minimum aggregate odds of +400. Each Fanduel customer will only be permitted to use this bonus promo one time.
After placing the qualifying wager, participants become eligible to receive a free bet at a maximum of $5. That bonus will be issued whether the qualifying bet wins or loses. Recipients will bet their free bet voucher within 72 hours of placing the qualifying wager. At that point, they will be required to place that free bet within the next seven (7) eligible wagering days. If a recipient does not meet this wagering deadline, they will lose access to the free bet as it expires. Recipients who are able to successfully complete this wagering requirement will immediately get the right to withdraw any and all of the net winnings derived from the free bet. There are no other wagering requirements tied to this promotion.
Should management at Fanduel choose to do so, they may terminate this offer or change the terms and conditions at any time.
This offer is available to all registered Fanduel NJ customers who met the online gambling requirements put forth in the state of New Jersey. They must be over the age of 20 and they must place wagers while on NJ soil.