FanDuel Celebrating The Rare Sports Equinox Sunday With Free-To-Play Contest

Written By Vanessa Lutz on October 26, 2019

Ready, set and go!

Pennsylvania sports betting powerhouse FanDuel has a huge celebration planned this weekend. On Oct. 27, all four major sports – NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB – will be in action all on the same day.

Notably, this is an incredibly rare occurrence in the sports world. It is so rare that it has only occurred 18 times in sports history. In fact, FanDuel refers to this occurrence “as special and rare as a lefty unicorn hitting an inside-the-park home run.” For this reason, FanDuel announced the premier Sports Equinox Free Play.

Moreover, FanDuel released this titillating ad to peak our interests.

Huge free-to-play pick’em and win’em prize pool

Since there was no four-game sweep by the Houston Astros or Washington Nationals in the World Series, all four major sports leagues will play on Oct. 27.

As of now, the prize pool sits at $345,000. In order to win, a player must correctly pick at least 20 of the 26 game winners across all four major sports to split the prize pool. It is possible to see the prize pool rise to $500K.

Most importantly? There is no deposit required to participate! Players only need a FanDuel account to take part in this free-to-play promotion.

Even if you are not a player in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, or Indiana, you are still eligible to enter through the FanDuel daily fantasy sports site.

How to play for free

Make very sure to enter the contest before 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, Oct. 27. FanDuel refers to this deadline as “Lock Time.”

If you want to take part, use your sportsbook or DFS credentials at Most importantly? Make sure to input all your picks for the Sports Equinox moneyline bet questions.

However, you do not need to wait until Sunday to enter this amazing promotion. In addition, there are various other promotion specials offered by FanDuel in anticipation of the Sports Equinox!

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Vanessa Lutz graduated from Washington and Lee University School of Law with a J.D. She played poker professionally and then took some time off to have a family. Now she is combining her experience as a contributor to PlayPennsylvania.

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