Kansas Sports Betting Top Promo Codes For Launch: Best Bonuses For Sign Up

Written By Mia Fowler on September 1, 2022 - Last Updated on September 2, 2022
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Retail and online sports betting in Kansas has officially launched. DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM, and Caesars are now taking wagers in Kansas through partnerships with one of the state’s four commercial casinos — the Kansas Star Casino, Boot Hill Casino & Resort, Hollywood Casino at Kansas Speedway, or Kansas Crossing Casino & Hotel.

To get Kansans ready for the launch, we picked the four best new user offers available to all new sports bettors in Kansas.

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Up to $1,050 FREE
New User Bonus. T&Cs Apply.
DraftKings Promo: Bet $5 Win $200
PLUS $50 Free On Deposit
PLUS Up to $1,000 Deposit Bonus
To Claim: Click Play Now
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Up to $1,250
On Caesars
Up to $1,250 On Caesars
+ get 1,000 Caesars Reward Credits
+ also get 1,000 Tier Credits
Redeem for free bets, hotel stays, & more! 
Use Promo Code: LEGALFULL
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$1,000
No Sweat First Bet
Up to $1,000 No Sweat First Bet
Available on Desktop, Android & iOS  
To Claim: Click Play Now

Promo codes & offers for DraftKings, Caesars, BetMGM and FanDuel

Four major sportsbooks went live today at noon, and all four are offering new user bonuses for customers. Here are the Kansas sports betting promos that you can claim, today, as a new bettor.

DraftKings Kansas promo code

DraftKings is offering a chance for new users in Kansas to claim up to $1,050 in bonus funds when they sign up for an account using this DraftKings promo code link. The offer is twofold. First, you must deposit a minimum of $5 into your new DraftKings account to receive a $50 free bet. Then, DraftKings will match 20% of the amount of your first deposit up to $1,000.

Caesars Sportsbook Kansas promo code

Using the Caesars Kansas promo code LEGALFULL, new Caesars Sportsbook users in Kansas can qualify for up to $1,250 on Caesars. You can sign up now via this Caesars Kansas link, once you sign up and enter the Caesars promo code, make a deposit and bet on a sport of your choice. If your bet loses, Caesars will refund the full amount of your bet up to $1,250. The refund will arrive in your account as free bets are eligible for use on the sportsbook.

BetMGM Kansas promo code

New sports bettors in Kansas can now use BetMGM Sportsbook to place their sports wagers. Sign up using the BetMGM Kansas promo code PLAY1000 to place your first bet risk-free for up to $1,000. After signing up, make a deposit and wager on a sport of your choice. If that bet loses, BetMGM will refund you in the amount of your bet up to $1,000, in the form of free bets.

FanDuel Kansas promo code

The FanDuel Kansas promo code link gives new users the opportunity to receive $150 in free bets if they place a $5 wager. The wager can be on any eligible market, and the $150 in free beets will be paid out in a singular $150 free bet token.

Futures odds for the Kansas City Chiefs to win Super Bowl LVII

Caesars Sportsbook currently has Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs at +1100 to hoist the Lombardi Trophy next February. They are a top-three favorite behind the Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +600 and +750, respectively. The Chiefs have both the Bills and Buccaneers on their schedule this year.

The Bills open the NFL regular season against the Rams on Sept. 8 for Thursday Night Football, while the Buccaneers play on Sept. 11 in Dallas. Both games could potentially shift these odds depending on how they go. The Chiefs open their regular season as favorites against the Arizona Cardinals.

It’s worth noting that, by strength of schedule, the Chiefs have the most difficult path of any team in the league this season. With the addition of Russell Wilson in the AFC West, the Chiefs are also playing in one of the most difficult divisions in the league.

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Mia Fowler is a sports contributor for Legal Sports Report. Previous experience includes writing for various newspapers in Southern California, including the Voice of Orange County and Orange County Tribune.

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