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Betway Promo Code: Get $250 Risk Free on NFL Wild Card Weekend

Get the latest Betway promo code and get a $250 risk-free bet on Wild Card Weekend.
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Betway Promo Code: Get $250 Risk Free on NFL Wild Card Weekend

The NFL postseason officially kicks off tomorrow, with two great playoff matchups: The Cincinnati Bengals vs Las Vegas Raiders and the Buffalo Bills vs New England Patriots. Make this Wild Card Weekend a winning weekend with the Betway promo code and get $250 risk free to bet on any team of your choice this weekend.

Claiming your Betway promo code is simple. Just follow our steps below, and deposit up to $250 into your new Betway account. Then, place your first wager on any NFL Wild Card Weekend bet you like this weekend and get ready to win big. If you win, you get your winnings as normal, but if you lose your wager will be returned into your account! You win, even if you lose!

There are six amazing games being played this NFL Wild Card Weekend, so finding a winner shouldn’t be too hard. The Kansas City Chiefs to beat the Steelers is the obvious lock, but won’t return much from $250. Since your Betway promo code makes your first bet risk-free, why not take a chance on the underdog, and bet on the Raiders to beat the Bengals (Returns $687) or the Cardinals to take down the Rams (Returns $650). The options are endless.

Bet with confidence this NFL Wild Card Weekend and get up to $250 risk free with the Betway promo code. If you are planning on betting on the NFL Wild Card Weekend, missing out on a risk-free bet would be crazy. Why would you pass this up?

Follow our steps below to claim your Betway promo code now!

Betway Promo Code: How to Claim

Step One) Click CLAIM OFFER below or click here to qualify for this Betway Sportsbook promotion. This is a vital step to ensure you qualify.

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Step Two) Register your details with Betway Sportsbook

Step Three)Deposit $10+ in your Betway Sportsbook account

Step Four) Bet $250 on any game this weekend, and you will get a bonus matching your wager if it loses.

Betway Promo code: NFL Wild Card Weekend Betting Picks

The NFL playoffs are the best NFL matches to bet on, as teams are no longer ‘resting’ players and every single snap is a chance to win, or potentially send you home. Although the Betway promo code gives you security when betting this NFL Wild Card Weekend, check out some of our picks below to get a great return on your Betway Promo Code wager.

CIN Bengals vs LV Raiders (O 48.5) – The Bengals have been a consistent scoring machine this year, and the addition of rookie (of the year?) Jamar Chase has been the spark needed for Joe Burrows to shine. The Bengals are scoring an average of 27.1 points per game this season, holding up their side of the points total. The Raiders haven’t been as consistent offensively, putting up an average of 22 points per game. However, Derrick Carr and Co. showed that they can sling it when needed, racking up 35 points against the Chargers to secure a playoff spot last week. If the Raiders can come out with the same firepower tomorrow, this over total is worth hammering, especially at -110.

NE Patriots vs BUF Bills (U 44) – Taking two over/unders on points is not something I typically do, however these games just seem to make sense. The Bills and Patriots have faced each other twice this year already, one game finishing with 24 total points, and the other finishing with 44 total points. Bill Belichick is a master of all things defense, and although I expect the Bills to move the ball (and probably win this game), it won’t be an all out shoot-out like the Bengals vs Raiders could be. Expect a low scoring, highly tense game. Hey, even if Bill or the Bills decide to open up a can, and drop a 50 burger, your Betway promo code has you covered for the reload next week anyway!


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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