A new Final Four promotion from FanDuel is making it easy for new gamblers to bet on March Madness.
Hoosiers don’t need a promo code in order to use this deal, so the entire process is nice and simple.
FanDuel Final Four deal
Gamblers from all around the state have been getting in on the March Madness action thanks to Indiana sports betting.
FanDuel’s latest promotion is a can’t-miss opportunity if you’ve never given the sportsbook a shot before. This deal is for new users only, so you’ll have to sit this one out if you already have a FanDuel account.
In a nutshell, the promotion is offering 30-1 odds on any Final Four bet. That’s an incredible value that you can only find with these types of sign-up offers.
All you have to do to use the promotion is to sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook Indiana.
Once your account is all set up, just make a deposit and place your first wager on any Final Four game.
A $5 bet on any team will win you $150 with this deal. The winnings will enter your account as site credit once your wager settles.
$5 is the max bet for this promotion, so don’t expect to make it rich on your wager.
The best part about this deal is that you don’t even need to win your bet in order to claim the $150.
You’ll receive the winnings regardless of what happens with your wager. That takes out all of the risk that usually comes along with gambling.
After all, who doesn’t love a guaranteed win? This deal is a great option to help your get bankroll started at FanDuel.
Final Four odds
Betting on March Madness will be the most popular option for wagering in Indiana this month.
Since we’re heading into the final rounds of the tournament, every game from here on out has enormous stakes.
The 2022 Final Four will be taking place this Saturday, April 2.
Villanova is facing off against Kansas in the first game of the night. Kansas opened as the -4.5 favorite for that matchup.
The rivalry matchup between North Carolina and Duke will wrap things up for the evening. The Tar Heels are heading into this one as +4.5 underdogs.
Of course, it’s called March Madness for a reason. Anything can happen once these teams finally hit the hardwood.
One of these four teams will end up as National Champions, but the road to the championship game runs through the Final Four in New Orleans first.