The NCAA Tournament, or March Madness, begins Tuesday night with two “First Four” play-in games. For the annual smorgasbord of hoops, FanDuel Sportsbook Michigan has a promo code for new users that guarantees a 30-to-1 payoff even if the team you bet on loses.
This promo is a no-brainer during the best time of the year for a college basketball bettor, and it’s open to any new FanDuel Sportsbook user for their first wager on March Madness. Just place a $5 wager, and you’ll get $150 in site credit win or lose.
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FanDuel Michigan Promo Code: Bet $5, Win $150
Bet $5 on any March Madness game, and you’ll get an instant $150 bonus in site credit. That’s one of the best Michigan sports betting bonus offers you’re going to find. There are four games Tuesday and Wednesday, but the tournament really gets going on Thursday with 16 games. There will be 16 more games on Friday and then eight apiece on Saturday and Sunday.
Claim the FanDuel 30-1 Offer in Michigan
To claim this special promo from FanDuel:
- Register for a new FanDuel account using our exclusive link.
- Provide verification of your identity and show that you are in Michigan.
- Deposit money into your sports betting account.
- Place a $5 moneyline wager on any March Madness game during the NCAA Tournament.
- It doesn’t matter if your team wins or loses. You’ll get the $150 in site credit no matter what.
- The site credit will be awarded to your account within 72 hours of your game ending.
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Quick Look At First-Round Matchups For Wolverines, Spartans
The Wolverines will be the first tip-off on Thursday, and the Spartans will play one of the later games on Friday as the first round of the tournament concludes.
No. 11 Michigan vs. No. 6 Colorado State, Thursday at 12:15 p.m. ET
The Wolverines are 2.5-point favorites according to FanDuel Michigan as of 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, despite being the lower seed. The Rams lost five games this season — four of them against two conference rivals, and another in overtime. They will put defensive pressure on a Michigan team that doesn’t respond well to pressure.
No. 7 Michigan State vs. No. 10 Davidson, Friday at 9:40 p.m. ET
Call this The Revenge Game. Davidson guard Foster Loyer played three years in MSU green-and-white before transferring. He was a disappointment in East Lansing, but this season he is shooting 45 percent from three-point range for the Wildcats.
Davidson plays in the Atlantic 10 Conference, so its schedule is filled with names like St. Bonaventure, Fordham, La Salle, Duquesne. If that sounds soft compared to the Big Ten, that’s because it is. However, Loyer and the Wildcats have non-conference wins over NCAA tournament teams Alabama and Delaware, so they can beat big-name programs.
Under coach Tom Izzo, the Spartans are 17-6 in opening-round games in March Madness, and they will probably get a win on Friday in this late-night matchup with Davidson.