Tuesdays are MLB Boost Day at Sugarhouse Sportsbook NJ
May 21, 2022
Tuesdays are arguably one of the quietest days for MLB fans and sports bettors. It's the day when sports bettors seem to just start coming back after a full weekend of sports betting activity. As motivation for New Jersey sports bettors to play the MLB card on Tuesdays, SugarHouse Sportsbook has posted a bonus promo that they have titled "20% Tuesday MLB Profit Boost." Here are some of the most important details of this offer.
The 20% Tuesday MLB Profit Boost was first introduced on April 11, 2022, and will stay on the SugarHouse bonus menu until July 12, 2022. During the promo period, participants will not have to go through an opt-in process. Instead, they will only need to place a qualifying wager for a chance to claim this bonus.
Every Tuesday, SugarHouse Sportsbook will give all active customers a 20% profit boost token that they can use on any qualifying bet. A qualifying bet will be classified as a straight bet or parlay on Tuesday MLB games. The minimum odds requirement will be -200 on a straight bet and -200 on each leg of a parlay. The max allowable qualifying bet will be $25 and the max allowable profit on the qualifying bet is set at $250.
If the qualifying bet wins, the participant will get a 20% profit boost on their NET winnings. That means the actual amount of the wager will not get boosted. The profit boost amount will be paid at the same time the qualifying wager settles. After receiving their profit boost, recipients will have 24 hours to wager that amount 1x to fulfill the last wagering requirement. After that has been accomplished, recipients will have the right to withdraw any remaining bonus funds that they have in their wagering accounts.
All registered SugarHouse customers will be allowed to participate in this offer. When someone registered with SugarHouse Sportsbook NJ, they must offer proof that they are at least 21 years old. They must also agree to only place their online sports wagers when they are positioned somewhere within the New Jersey state boundaries.