FanDuel Louisiana Promo Spices Up Sportsbook Launch With 30-1 Odds Or $1,000 Risk-Free Bet

Written By Marco Cerino on January 28, 2022
FanDuel Louisiana promos live now

One of the top-performing sportsbooks in the United States is about to get a little Cajun flavor as FanDuel Sportbook is now live in Louisiana.

FanDuel is partnering with Boyd Gaming to open retail and online operations in the Bayou State. The popular mobile app is available in 55 of the Louisiana’s 64 parishes, while players will be able to wager live at five Boyd properties.

FanDuel has built its reputation over the past few years from a daily fantasy trailblazer to one of the most successful names in gaming overall. The company has done well to convert customers from DFS to try sports betting, leveraging their technology, aggressive marketing and excellent customer service. They’ve been at or near the top of the standings in revenue and handle in many competitive states, including consistently ranking No. 1 in Pennsylvania.

The timing is a win for players, who will have two options for a sign-up bonus: 30-1 odds on any NFL game this weekend, or a $1,000 risk-free bet. There is no FanDuel Louisiana promo code needed – just use our exclusive links.

How to claim FanDuel Sportsbook Louisiana promos

Claim your FanDuel promo here to get started.

To claim the 30-1 offer, add at least $10 on the initial deposit. Make the first wager on the “NFL Playoff Enhanced Odds” market for up to $5 on any pre-game moneyline (team to win the game or “straight up”). Should that team win, the account will be credited at 30-1 odds, which would be $150 on a $5 wager. Oh that’s cash by the way. It’s available for immediate withdrawal. Seriously.

For those looking for a more adventurous opening (or still not sure about this NFL season, we get it), the first wager made on the account will be “risk-free”. If it loses, the amount wagered will be returned as site credit within 72 hours, up to $1,000.

You must use your site credit within seven days or it will expire. Once you play the free bet, you can’t cash it out or transfer it. However, any winnings from the risk-free credit can be immediately withdrawn from the account as cash.

Other FanDuel Louisiana promos to look for

FanDuel knows there are a lot of options for players and continually strives to win business. They run odds boosts every day, along with a variety of parlay options.

Usually there are promotions, like the “spread the love” boosts where players can wager with others and stretch a line to some absurd number that makes the bet a guaranteed win. Keep an eye out for that promo for a Pelicans game in the coming weeks.

Getting started at FanDuel Sportsbook in Louisiana

Signing up to FanDuel takes just a few minutes.

Have personal info (driver license, social security, etc.) ready for the sign-up process. The site will look to verify new customers’ identity, age (21 to play), and location where they operate. This will likely involve downloading geolocation software or enabling location services on your device, whether using the mobile app or the browser site.

Already use FanDuel for DFS? You won’t need to repeat the whole sign-up provess. Use the existing login credentials to access the sportsbook. Once linked, the accounts will share the same earned balance. However, free credits earned on one platform cannot be used on another unless so noted by the promotion.

Whether new to the book or to FanDuel completely, all players must make a deposit for this promotion to be available. The site will always give new accounts an option to add funds when first established. Whether registering an account for the first time, or depositing or withdrawing funds at any time, we encourage players to use a password-protected internet connection. This goes for transactions on the site or the app. Using a private connection like a home network offers the most security for sensitive data.

Never tried a sportsbook before? Here is a quick guide to help get you started and keep your sports betting fun and responsible.

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