The Chicago Bears are back at home this week, hosting the Washington Commanders for this week’s Thursday Night Football game. BetMGM Sportsbook is offering new users a risk-free first bet on this Week 6 matchup when you sign up using the BetMGM bonus code PLAY1000.
BetMGM bonus code for Thursday Night Football
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After you sign up for an account, deposit at least $10. Then place any type of wager on the Commanders vs. Bears game. If your bet loses, BetMGM will refund your entire stake, up to $1,000. The refund will arrive in your account as free bets that you can use to place wagers on other Week 5 games or anything else.
BetMGM Sportsbook Thursday Night Football preview: Washington Commanders at Chicago Bears
The Bears are 1-point home favorites in this matchup and -115 moneyline favorites. The over/under is a modest 38 points.
The Commanders are coming in looking to snap a four-game losing streak after their loss to the Titans that ended with a Carson Wentz interception in the final minutes. They continued their pass-heavy game plan as Wentz tossed for 359 yards, though he fumbled three times and was sacked three times. The team’s pass play rate is 66.7%, the third-highest in the league.
The Bears are coming off a loss themselves where Justin Fields posted a season-high 208 passing yards. The Bears are currently dead last in passing yards per game. Their running game, however, led by Khalil Herbert, is top-five in terms of yards per game. The Commanders have been stingy against the run.
The Bears are 2-0 at Soldier Field, which includes a win over the 49ers. The Commanders are 0-2 on the road, which includes a loss to the Lions.
Note that you can claim the $1,000 risk-free bet on Thursday Night Football as long as you sign-up with BetMGM Sportsbook and use the BetMGM bonus code PLAY1000 before the game kicks-off. Thursday Night Football is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video and starts at 8:15 p.m. ET