Fanduel Offers Access to Kick of Destiny Promotion
January 24, 2023
In a very competitive online sports betting community, U.S. sports betting operators are forced to compete for business. One of the best ways for them to do that is to create the best bonus promos. Credit should go to Fanduel for really thinking outside of the box on one of its recent promotion creations. In line with Super Bowl Day, Fanduel Illinois is offering customers a chance to participate in the operator's "Kick of Destiny" bonus promo. Illinois residents who might want to participate in this lucrative offer should first read the following promo details.
The Fanduel Kick of Destiny promo began on January 9, 2023, with the start of the NFL playoffs. It will end at kickoff time for Super Bowl LVII on February 12, 2023. Instead of opting into this promo, participants will only be required to place one qualifying bet. That qualifying bet (win or lose) must be for a minimum pre-live bet of at least $5 on any Super Bowl-related sports betting market. That includes the futures odds market that is currently open. Each Fanduel customer can only place one qualifying bet for this promo.
After placing a qualifying wager, participants become eligible to receive a free bet bonus if future Hall of Fame TE Ron Gronkowski successfully kicks a field goal during a timeout during the 3rd quarter of the Super Bowl. Note: This is not part of the Super Bowl action.
The bonus amount to be issued if the "Gronk" is successful is TBD but will fall somewhere between $5 and $20. Bonus recipients will be given access to their free bet vouchers within 72 hours after the Super Bowl has concluded. They will then have to meet a time-related wagering requirement before the free bet expires and gets removed. Any net winnings from a successful free bet will immediately be made available for withdrawal.
Fanduel is extending this offer to sports bettors in multiple states. In Illinois, residents must be at least 21 years old in order to register for an online gambling account. They will also need to be in Illinois when registering and placing the qualifying wager.