FanDuel Sportsbook PA Promo Code Boosts Odds to 30-1 For Patriots vs. Bills AFC East Battle Monday Night

Written By Dave Bontempo on December 4, 2021
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New FanDuel Sportsbook PA bettors are in the huddle, designing a big play for Monday Night Football.

It’s the book’s popular +3000 promo, a 30-1 new-user bonanza for the matchup between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills.

Bet $5 on the Bills or the Patriots and you pocket $150 if that team wins.

That’s all, just the moneyline. No over-unders or point spreads come into this selection. Pick the game’s winner and enjoy an oversized payout. No promo code is necessary for this one. It is available by signing up through our links here.

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Patriots vs. Bills MNF odds at PA sportsbooks

New England was +118 on the FanDuel line Saturday afternoon. Buffalo was -138.

But both are +3000 to the bettor who nails this promo.

Here’s how the 30-1 promo works for New FanDuel Sportsbook bettors

Click on the offer and follow the instructions. That will include:

  • Sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook
  • Make your first deposit of at least $10.
  • Place your first bet in the NFL Week 13 Enhanced Odds market on the homepage

Winners will receive funds within 72 hours.

Why this FanDuel Sportsbook Promo is unique

These are not free bets, but real money awarded for picking a moneyline winner.

This is bankroll, baby. A win with this promo can provide the stash to use through the rest of the campaign or act as a springboard for other wagers.

Some players who collected on this promo earlier in the year then took a random $25, placed it on mid-range bets in the +500 range and pocketed more.

Their $5 introductory investment grew substantially.

How the teams enter this game

New England is no longer under the radar. The 8-4 Patriots are the talk of the AFC with six consecutive triumphs emphasizing special aspects of the team. They lead the AFC East.

Is it the offense? New England has chalked up 211 points in the six games, including monster totals like 54 points against the New York Jets and 45 versus the Cleveland Browns.

Is it the defense? The Patriots held the Carolina Panthers to six points, the Browns to seven and delivered a shutout against the Atlanta Falcons.

Is it the coach? The FanDuel sportsbook thinks so, listing Bill Belichick as its leading coach-of-the-year choice at +350. There is no Tom Brady and there are no big names, but this is a team machine.

How about Buffalo?

The Bills have the home field edge and, at 7-4, can reclaim the division lead with a victory. This is a critical matchup for them because the teams meet again in New England before the end of the season.

Urgency edge, Bills.

Buffalo was the toast of the AFC in midseason, throttling the Kansas City Chiefs 38-20 to avenge its AFC Conference Championship setback to them last year. The Bills indicated they would control the AFC.

But then came an inexplicable road loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars and a home-loss blowout to the Indianapolis Colts, whom they had eliminated from the playoffs last year.

The Bills handled the New Orleans Saints on Thanksgiving night, but there are concerns in Bills-ville.

Will this be the get-right game for them?

That’s the decision for new FanDuel users.

Lead image credit: AP Photo/Elise Amendola

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Dave Bontempo, a multiple national award-winning boxing commentator and writer, authors NFL betting columns for the Press of Atlantic City and IGaming Player, among others. He writes significantly about the emerging world of legal New Jersey sports betting.

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