FanDuel $1000 No Sweat Bet on Thursday Night Football
FanDuel $1000 no-sweat Bet on Thursday Night Football
The Denver Broncos take on the Indianapolis Colts tonight on Thursday Night Football and the FanDuel $1000 no-sweat bet is the best way to bet with confidence on the action. Find out how to claim the FanDuel $1000 no-sweat wager and get your stake back if you lose.
New customers can claim the FanDuel $1000 no-sweat wager on Thursday Night Football and bet with confidence on the Broncos vs Colts. CLICK HERE to claim the FanDuel $1000 no-sweat wager now.
It only takes a couple of seconds to claim the FanDuel $1000 no-sweat wager. Simply follow our steps below and register for a new FanDuel Sportsbook account. Once registered, deposit up to $1000 into your new FanDuel Sportsbook account and place your first wager. If your wager hits, congratulations, but if it loses, get your wager back in full!
Find out how to claim the FanDuel $1000 no-sweat bet below.
FanDuel $1000 No-Sweat Wager: How to Claim
1) CLICK HERE or the claim button below, to add this offer to your account registration
2) Complete your FanDuel Sportsbook signup
3) Deposit up to $1000 into your new FanDuel Sportsbook account
4) Bet up to $1000 on any NFL Thursday Night Football betting line
5) Win more if your first bet comes in, and cover any losses, with the $1000 No Sweat Bet FanDuel promo code.
FanDuel $1000 No-Seat Wager: How to Use
There are a million different ways to use the FanDUel $1000 no-sweat bet on Thursday Night Football, and all of them can potentially win you some money.
The Indianapolis Colts are +152 underdogs heading into this game, and users that place a FanDuel $1000 no-sweat bet on them to win could return a massive $2,520 if they chalk up a W.
Alternatively, the Denver Broncos are the favorites at -180, and a $1000 FanDuel no-sweat bet could help you get a sweet $1,555 if they win.
Also, FanDuel Sportsbook is known for its amazing prop markets. Why not use the FanDuel $1000 no-sweat bet and bet on an anytime TD wager? Melvin Gordon is +120 to score, and with Javonte Williams out, he is a great pick to score.
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