This week, the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles square off in the Super Bowl. Fans in Pennsylvania can bet on their home-state team, and bettors in Ohio, New York, and other legal states can place wagers, as well. The platforms below have odds on this game as well as promotions for new customers. Read on for more information.
Top sportsbook promos for the Super Bowl
There are several legal online sportsbooks to choose from when it comes to placing bets on the Super Bowl and beyond. Here are some of the top options and what they are offering as bonuses to new users.
DraftKings Super Bowl promo
You don’t need a code to sign up and claim a bonus at DraftKings; click here and sign up. Then, once you sign up and make a deposit, DraftKings will match that first deposit at a rate of 20% for a bonus of up to $1,000, along with a bonus bet of $50 if you make a first deposit of at least $5. For example, if you make a first deposit of $50, DraftKings would match it with $10 in bonus funds along with a $50 bet that you can use at the sportsbook.
Along with that bonus is a chance to redeem another $200 in bonus bets if you place a first wager of at least $5, whether that wager wins or loses. The promotion takes the form of eight bonus bets for $25 each.
BetMGM Super Bowl promo
Sign up for a BetMGM Sportsbook account using the code PLAY1000 to receive some insurance if your first bet loses.
Once you’ve signed up, deposit at least $10 into your account and place a wager of your choice. If that bet loses, BetMGM will provide a refund in bonus bets for the amount of your wager, up to $1,000.
FanDuel Super Bowl promo
You don’t need a code to claim the FanDuel bonus. Whether you are in Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, or another state where the online sportsbook is legal, you can sign up via a link on this page to redeem a “no sweat first bet” for up to $3,000. Click here to start the process.
Once you’ve created an account, place a bet of at least $10. If your bet loses, you’ll receive your stake back in bonus bets (up to $3,000). This offer is valid until 11:59 p.m. ET on Sunday, the day of the Super Bowl.
Caesars Super Bowl promo
Sign up for an account using the Caesars promo code LSRFULL to claim the online sportsbook’s promotion for the Super Bowl, which is a refund if your first bet loses for up to $1,250. The refund takes the form of a single bonus bet.
In Ohio, where Caesars Sportsbook just launched, the refund can be for up to $1,500 instead of the regular $1,250. Also, the Ohio-specific Caesars promo code is LSR1BET.
BetRivers Super Bowl promo
Sign up using the BetRivers promo code LSRRIV to redeem a second-chance bet for up to $500. Once you’ve signed up, place a wager of your choice. If that bet loses, BetRivers will give you a second chance by refunding your initial wager in the form of a bonus bet, up to $500.
PointsBet Super Bowl promo
Sign up using the code BETBONUS to qualify for a bonus of up to $250 at PointsBet. Once you’ve signed up, place a fixed-odds wager each day for five days. If that first bet each day loses, you can get up to a $50 bet credit, for a potential maximum of $250 in bet credits if your first wager loses each day for those five days.
Super Bowl 57 details
- Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles
- Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
- TV: Fox
- Stadium: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
Super Bowl 2023: Chiefs vs Eagles Preview
The above sportsbooks have the Eagles as 1.5-point favorites in this game, though the line is subject to change between now and kickoff.
To reach the Super Bowl, the Chiefs fought their way through the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC title game despite various injuries. The extra week off could help get them healthier entering this game, but injuries are something to monitor. Mecole Hardman will not play this week.
The Eagles, meanwhile, had a dominant performance in the NFC championship game, beating the San Francisco 49ers by a score of 31-7. Jalen Hurts and the running game proved to be dangerous even against a top defense, putting up four rushing touchdowns and 148 rushing yards. Hurts is the current favorite to win the Super Bowl MVP award.
The two teams kick off Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET on Fox.