SugarHouse Sportsbook NJ Offer Aussie Open Aces Promotion
February 17, 2021
Most of the year, sports bettors tend to shy away from betting on professional tennis matches. But when it comes time for Grand Slam events like the Australian Open, that's when sports bettors start showing interest. Yes, it's Australian Open time. With the semifinals coming very soon, SugarHouse Sportsbook wants to make sure sports bettor are paying attention. That's why the bookmaker has listed its Aussie Open Aces promo. Here is how this interesting promotion works.
Semifinals day will be on February 17, 2021 for the women, and February 18 $ 19, 2021 for the men. To take advantage of this promotion, all sports bettors have to do is place a $50 wager on one of the four matched currently scheduled. By placing a bet on one of the matches, the player will earn a bonus of $1 for every Ace served during that match. The Aces can come for either of the players.
Players can place a $50 wager on one or all of the matches, which will make them eligible to receive up to four free bets. Free bets will be awarded to qualified sports bettor by no later than Friday, February 19, 2021 by 3pm ET. Players can use their free bets to wager on subsequent Australian Open matches, which would presumably be the men's and women's finals. Overall, bettors will have a total of seven (7) days to use their free bets to avoid forfeiture.
Other Terms and Conditions:
1. The Aussie Open Aces promotion is being sponsored solely by the SugarHouse Sportsbook in New Jersey. The bookmaker retains the right to alter or end this promotion without giving prior advance notice to the sports betting public.
2. Participation is restricted to registered accountholders at Sugar House Sportsbook New Jersey. To register, customers can go to the bookmaker's website, register, and become immediately eligible for this offer. Registered bettors must be at least 21 years of age with proof of age required at registration.
3. A qualifying wager will be defined as a wager placed by a sports bettor who was physically located somewhere in the state of New Jersey when they made the wager.