“Cash is always better than free bets,” FanDuel says, and luckily for Michigan sports bettors, FanDuel is putting its money where its mouth is with a great offer for Super Bowl betting.
With this FanDuel Michigan promo code, new users can bet $5 to win $280 on Super Bowl LVI. That’s 56-to-1 odds (or LVI-to-I, if you prefer) on your bet, and if you win that wager, you are paid in cash, instead of site credit like most sportsbook promo offers.
Get the FanDuel Michigan Promo Code
Here’s how you get this bet $5 to win $280 offer from the generous folks at FanDuel:
- Sign up & make your first deposit of $10 or more to your new FanDuel Sportsbook account.
- Bet exactly $5 on the LA Rams or Cincinnati Bengals moneyline to win and get 56-to-1 odds instead of the current market price.
- Watch the Super Bowl, and if your team wins, you win $280 on your $5 bet.
This Super Bowl 56 promotion is only open to individuals who are at least 21 years of age and are physically present in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Colorado, West Virginia, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Michigan, Arizona, Connecticut, Louisiana, New York, or Virginia when they place their wager.
Breaking Down The Super Bowl
Your $5 bet can be used on either team to win Super Bowl LVI, which will be played on Feb. 13. Here are some keys to Sunday’s game when considering your qualifying bet on either the Bengals or Rams:
1. Pressure or no pressure on Rams QB Matthew Stafford
Bengals DE Trey Hendrickson had a superb season, recording 14 sacks. He’s had 2.5 sacks in the postseason and also forced a fumble. To say he’s the most important player in the defense for underdog Cincinnati is an understatement. His presence or lack of, in the pass rush, will say a lot about who wins Super Bowl LVI.
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2. The Bengals’ running attack
In Week 11, the Bengals rushed for 159 yards against the Raiders. One week later, they piled up 198 yards on the ground against the Steelers. That gave the team five 100-yard (or more) rushing efforts in a span of seven games. Then the running attack melted a bit, and ever since the team has been trying to get healthy on the offensive line and trying to get running back Joe Mixon (1,205 yards) into the open field. The Bengals want to get their running game going in order to set up their passing attack. It seems unlikely that the Bengals could win an air battle with the Rams.
3. The right foot of Evan McPherson
What can you say about the rookie kicker they call “Shooter?” This kid has won the last two playoff games for Cincinnati in walk-off fashion. The high-stakes pressure doesn’t seem to faze the confident placekicker. If the Bengals find themselves in a situation late where a field goal can win the game, why wouldn’t they feel comfortable with McPherson?
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4. Rams’ pass coverage
Sure, if Aaron Donald and his friends on the Rams’ defensive line get into the backfield to harass Bengals QB Joe Burrow, things will be rosy for LA. But, Burrow has a knack for sliding left or right to create his own pocket. If the young quarterback gets time to read the defense, it will force the Rams’ depleted linebacking corps and secondary to play a mistake-free game. Burrow has had some huge games with his arm this year, and if he stymies the Rams pass rush, he could have another one on Sunday.