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FanDuel Promo Code: March Madness - Bet $5, Win $150 Even if Your Team Lose

FanDuel sportsbook are giving new users a HUGE bet $5, win $150 offer for the March Madness action this week. Find out how to claim a guaranteed $150 payday when betting with FanDuel
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FanDuel Promo Code: March Madness - Bet $5, Win $150 Even if Your Team Lose

March Madness is fully underway, and if you have not claimed the latest FanDuel March Madness promo code yet, you are truly missing out! FanDuel is offering a huge bet $5, win $150 offer on any March Madness matchup - paying out 30/1 odds, even if your wager loses.

New users can sign up for the FanDuel promo code and get their $150 bonus locked in, simply by registering for a new FanDuel sportsbook account using our exclusive links below. Just follow our steps, bet $5 on any March Madness matchup of your choosing and FanDuel will credit $150 in bonuses - even if your wager loses.

Start your March Madness betting off with an instant bankroll booster from the FanDuel promo code, and use your $150 free bonus to multiply your winnings on the rest of the tournament schedule.

Ready to get in on the action? Check our simple guide below to claim your FanDuel promo code now!

FanDuel Promo Code: How to Claim March Madness 30/1 odds boost

Claiming your FanDuel promo code for March Madness takes no time at all. Just follow our four steps below to lock in your $150 bonus.

Step One: CLICK HERE or click the offer button below to activate your FanDuel promo code

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Step Two: Register for a new FanDuel sportsbook account

Step Three: Bet $5 on any team to win their March Madness matchup

Step Four: Claim $150 in bonuses - even if your team loses!

That's it! You have officially signed up for the FanDuel March Madness promo, and locked in your $150 bonus.

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Liam Hudson is an experienced sports writer, with a finger on the pulse of all things NFL and College Football. As a fanatical New England Patriots fan, he spends most of his time convincing others he is not a bandwagoner and defending Bill Belichick in Brady vs Bill arguments. He is also a Fantasy Football fanatic and spends far too much time analyzing player data and statistics in hopes of finding a hidden gem in one of his many yearly fantasy leagues.


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