BetMGM NY Launch Comes With Two Amazing Promo Choices

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BetMGM NY has officially launched in the Empire State and prospective bettors can get in on the action with their choice of two amazing promo offers. New York officially gave the green light to sports betting operators last week and now BetMGM New York is live and accepting online wagers.

New users who register for a BetMGM NY account can get a $1,000 risk-free first bet or Bet $10, Win $200 if the NFL team of their choice scores a touchdown this weekend. Either of these promo offers can be activated by clicking on any of the links on this page.

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The BetMGM NY launch comes at a perfect time as there is one game remaining in the NFL Wild Card round. This game will pit NFC West foes against one another on Monday Night Football as the Los Angeles Rams host the Arizona Cardinals. Either of these BetMGM New York promos can be applied to this highly-anticipated matchup.

Get started with a $1,000 risk-free first bet when you click here or bet $10, win $200 on any NFL playoff game this weekend to feature at least one touchdown right here.

$1,000 Risk-Free First Bet Offer From BetMGM NY

BetMGM NY has a fantastic new user promo that can be used on any sport, league, or game. Prospective bettors who sign up for a BetMGM NY account and choose the $1,000 risk-free first bet promo will get insurance in a sense, as their first bet will be refunded with up to $1,000 in site credit if the bet loses.

That means if a bettor wagers $300 on the Los Angeles Rams to beat the Bucs this Saturday night, but Tampa Bay wins, BetMGM New York would refund the user’s account $300 in site credit. This offer can also be applied to NBA games. That means if a bettor wants to wager $900 on the New York Knicks to win but don’t, the user would get $900 back in site credit.

Bet $10, Win $200 Touchdown Bonus

The NFL Playoffs continue this weekend with divisional round action and BetMGM its bringing back its bet $10, win $200 TD bonus. Here’s how that works:

It will pay out a $200 bonus in site credit if the user’s selected team scores a touchdown, regardless of whether the user’s team wins or loses. For example, if a bettor wagers $10 on the Titans to win and they score a touchdown en route to a victory, the user would pick up the $200 TD bonus plus the winnings on the moneyline bet. If they lose but score a TD, the bonus pays, but the original wager does not.

How to Get Started with BetMGM NY

Any prospective bettor interested in the $1,000 risk-free first bet promo or Bet $10, Win $200 TD bonus offer can take advantage of either offer by signing up for a BetMGM NY account. The registration process only takes a few minutes to complete.

  • Click here to get a risk-free bet of up to $1,000 or click here to Bet $10, Win $200 if a touchdown is scored.
  • Complete the signup process by filling in the required information.
  • Make your first deposit. Keep in mind that the minimum deposit to unlock the Bet $10, Win $200 promo is $10.
  • Place your first real-money wager.

If you chose the Bet $10, Win $200 touchdown bonus promo, you will earn a $200 bonus if your team scores a touchdown win or lose. If you opted-into the risk-free first bet, you will receive a refund in site credit of up to $1,000 if your first bet loses.

Get started with a $1,000 risk-free first bet when you click here or bet $10, win $200 on any NFL playoff game this weekend to feature at least one touchdown right here.

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