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Betfred Promo Code: Bet $50, Get $250 if Matthew Stafford Completes a Pass in Super Bowl LVI

Right now at Betfred Sportsbook, you can bet $50 and win $250 at Betfred if Matthew Stafford completes a single pass in Super Bowl LVI. That sounds too good to be true, but Betfred is giving you the chance to take advantage of this offer now.
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Betfred Promo Code: Bet $50, Get $250 if Matthew Stafford Completes a Pass in Super Bowl LVI

The stage has been set for Super Bowl LVI, and Betfred sportsbook are making it easier than ever to turn $50 into $250. As long as Matthew Stafford completes one pass in Super Bowl LVI, you get $250.

Just bet $50 on the Rams to win Super Bowl LVI, and as soon as Matthew Stafford completes one pass, your $50 gets turned into $250.

Stafford was lightning against the 49ers in the NFC Championship game, completing 31 passes for 337 yards and 2 touchdowns – Stafford completed 30 passes more than needed to cash in your Betfred promo code.

The Rams have assembled a Super Team around Stafford this year, and with Kupp and OBJ tearing up opposing defenses, it’s pretty unlikely Stafford completes zero passes, in fact – it’s almost an impossibility.

All you need to do to take advantage of this Betfred offer for Super Bowl LVI is to follow the directions below, step-by-step, then bet on the Rams and turn $50 into $250 when Stafford completes a single pass.

Bet $50, Win $250 When Stafford Completes a Pass

Step one) Create your Betfred account by clicking here or following the offer button below

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Step two) Follow the directions to create a Betfred account

Step three) Deposit $50 into your Betfred account

Step four) Bet $50 on the Rams to beat the Bengals in Super Bowl LVI

Step five) Get $250 when Matthew Stafford Completes a Pass


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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