DraftKings NY Promo Is Still Offering The Best NFL Sunday Wild Card Bonus

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Have you opened a DraftKings NY account yet? What are you waiting for, an engraved invitation? This piece is as close as you’ll get to that, as you are now on notice that it’s not too late to get in on the NFL Wild Card Weekend playoff action with three games on the slate Sunday with a great DraftKings NY promo. And DraftKings NY wants you to grab an outrageous odds boost on one of your NFL bets.

New users who sign up for a DraftKings NY account by accessing with any of the links on this page will have to opportunity to take advantage of a +5600 moneyline odds boost on any NFL team this weekend. You can pick a heavy favorite (like the Kansas City Chiefs) and flip their moneyline odds from -720 to +5600 on a $5 bet. That’s quite a swing.

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Unquestionably, the 56-1 odds boost is the headliner, but new players should be aware that the DraftKings NY app has a promotions page that regularly offers new odds boosts, risk-free bets, and other player options that permit the savvy bettor to tilt the percentages back toward them. The wise bettor is best served scanning the promotions page to see whether bets they liked already are being offered at better odds than first thought.

Click here to Bet $5, Win $280 with this DraftKings NY promotion.

DraftKings NY Promo Gives New Players 56-1 Odds Boost on Wild Card Weekend

Think about all the places you part with $5 on a given day. What does $5 get you these days, anyway, especially in New York? Well, we have some good news for you — that same $5 that usually goes to a cup of coffee or a family size bag of potato chips can instead get turned into $280 in free bets with a winning moneyline wager on any team playing today or tomorrow in the NFL playoffs.

Games to Bet On

There are great options on the board here from a moneyline perspective. We have already referenced the Kansas City Chiefs, the biggest favorite of Wild Card Weekend. But if for whatever reason you don’t trust the Chiefs in this spot, there’s another team we’ll direct your attention to. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the defending Super Bowl champions with Tom Brady at the controls, are a 7.5-point favorite at home against the Philadelphia Eagles and, more importantly for this wager, a -330 moneyline favorite. Again, the line move from -330 to +5600 on $5 is massive. And again, the new player’s full downside on this bet is $5. Chances are that if you’re reading this, you have $5 in your pocket right now.

How to Register for This DraftKings NY Promo

The sign-up process on the DraftKings NY app is remarkably easy and transparent, and the whole thing will probably take you less time than it did to read this piece. Here are the steps:

  • Click here to sign up.
  • Provide the requested information in the fields as indicated.
  • Deposit at least $5 to activate your DraftKings NY account and have a sufficient balance to grab the +5600 promotion.
  • And there you are — after opting into the promotion (don’t forget to do that) now you’re picking a moneyline winner at +5600 on a $5 bet.

A winning $5 bet at the promotional +5600 odds will pay you seven $40 free bets, which you can then apply to a nearly limitless number of sports wagers throughout the app on future games.

Bet $5, Win $280 if your NFL team wins this weekend by signing up with DraftKings NY here.

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Bob Wankel is a credentialed Phillies writer among other roles at XL Media. He is also a producer and co-host of Crossed Up: A Phillies Podcast. He is a New Jersey resident and graduate of Monmouth University.