- FanDuel’s latest Summer Games promo gives new customers a $200 bonus just for betting $20 on any event
- The offer has been extended to August 8th
- See the terms, conditions, and rules, below
Often sportsbooks entice new customers with promos that are sure-fire bets, like “win a $100 bonus if the US wins a gold medal!” Or “Win $76 if the Philadelphia 76ers score 76 points.”
FanDuel’s latest offer doesn’t even bother with the theatrics. New customers will be treated to a $200 bonus if they simply place a $20 bet on any event in the Summer Games offered at the sportsbook. There is also an option to bet $10 and win a $100 bonus.
Below, see the notable events are taking place in the next 24 hours. But first, the terms and conditions.
FanDuel Summer Games Promo Terms and Conditions
FanDuel’s Summer Games promotional offer is subject to the follow rules:
- The offer is open to new customers making a first-time deposit.
- The offer, which originally closed at 11:59 pm ET, July 27th, has been extended to August 8th.
- The offer is only available to residents of Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
- Limit one per customer. Customers must choose between the $100 and $200 bonus offers and cannot claim both.
- The promo can only be claimed through the FanDuel app. New customers who signup on desktop will be prompted to download the app on the mobile device in order to claim the offer.
- This offer cannot be claimed in conjunction with any other signup offer.
- The qualifying wager of either $10 or $20 must be placed on a Summer Games event, but not a specific event.
Tuesday’s Summer Games Events
Here are some of the bettable events on the schedule or tomorrow. The table below is by no means exhaustive. a rundown of the main events on the schedule in Tokyo on July 27 (North American time).
|Gymnastics||Women’s artistic team all-around final||3:45 am ET|
|Softball||USA vs Japan (gold-medal game)||7:00 am ET|
|Badminton||Women’s singles group play||5:00 pm ET|
|Handball||Denmark vs Bahrain (men)||5:00 pm ET|
|Archery||Men’s and Women’s individual||5:30 pm ET|
|Fencing||Men’s team sabre early rounds||6:00 pm ET|
|Basketball||Nigeria vs Germany (men)||6:00 pm ET|
|Swimming||Women’s 200m Freestyle Final||6:41 pm ET|
|Boxing||Women’s featherweight QFs||7:00 pm ET|
|Handball||Sweden vs Portugal (men)||7:00 pm ET|
|Boxing||Women’s middleweight R16||7:30 pm ET|
|Boxing||Men’s featherweight R16||7:30 pm ET|
|Boxing||Men’s light heavyweight R16||7:30 pm ET|
|Swimming||Women’s 200m IM||7:45 pm ET|
|Baseball||Japan vs Dominican Republic||8:00 pm ET|
|Canoe||Women’s slalom C-1 heats||8:50 pm ET|
|Basketball||US vs Iran (men)||9:40 pm ET|
|Canoe||Men’s slalom K-1 Heats||9:50 pm ET|
|Handball||Japan vs Egypt (men)||10:15 pm ET|
|Diving||Men’s synchronized 3m final||11:00 pm ET|
|Basketball||Norway vs Argentina (men)||12:15 AM (July 28)|
|Basketball||Italy vs Australia (men)||1:20 AM (July 28)|
|Basketball||Brazil vs Spain (men)||3:30 AM (July 28)|
Arguably the most-anticipated event of the day is winless Team USA basketball going up against overmatched Iran.
FanDuel has the point spread at a very reasonable USA -41.5. Safe to say, oddsmakers are expecting Kevin Durant an company to make a statement on Tuesday night after blowing a 12-point fourth-quarter lead against France.