Win $5 For Every Touchdown Scored in Super Bowl LIV with BetAmerica
The Super Bowl is right around the corner and BetAmerica’s Big Game Touchdown Special is the only way to pick a winner for the biggest sports gambling day of the year.
Entering is as easy as it gets, all you need to do is:
- Opt in
- Place a spread or moneyline wager of $50 or more on either the Chiefs or 49ers
- Receive a $5 bonus for every touchdown scored by both teams in the Big Game
It’s really that easy! Whether you win or lose your bet, you’re guaranteed to come away with money in your pocket.
With Sunday’s game just around the corner, now is the time to sign up with BetAmerica, opt into their Big Game Touchdown Special, and take advantage of all the free money they’re giving away!
Taking advantage of offers this good is a no brainer, the only question left to answer is who you should back in order to maximize your winnings?
Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs come into the Big Game looking unstoppable on offense, averaging 43 points per contest in their two postseason games. Mahomes himself has been playing outstanding, throwing eight touchdowns and 0 interceptions in 70 pass attempts.
On the other end, San Francisco comes in with the No. 1 pass defense in football, giving up just 169.2 yards per game through the air in the regular season. Don’t expect Mahomes to have the same success he’s had throughout the rest of the playoffs, but it wouldn’t be a shock to see him find a way to put up enough points to win the game.
San Francisco’s offense has relied on its run game to get to Miami, but the 49ers may need quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to throw the ball around if they’re going to win, and that should lead to uncharacteristic mistakes from San Fran on the way to a Kansas City win.
Take Kansas City -1.5 and opt in to BetAmerica’s Big Game Touchdown Special to get $5 for every touchdown scored by each team, in addition to your winnings!
And remember, if you’re starting a new account in Indiana, be sure to claim your free $25 bet and up to $100 matched deposit in time for Super Bowl LIV.