New FanDuel NFL Deal Lets Hoosiers Bet $5 To Win $125

Posted on October 28, 2021

FanDuel has a new NFL betting promotion out there for Sunday Night Football. Week 8’s matchup is the Minnesota Vikings vs. the Dallas Cowboys.

The deal lets new FanDuel users turn $5 into $125. That money is a cash payout, so no need to deal with site credit for this one.

FanDuel NFL Bet $5, Win $125 deal

FanDuel is one of the most popular sportsbooks in Indiana. Hoosiers wagered over $77 million with the company just last month.

If you’ve held off on signing up for FanDuel, then there’s never been a better time to give the sportsbook a shot. The company’s latest NFL deal is for new users only, so you won’t be able to use the promotion if you already have a FanDuel account.

If you bet $5 using this deal, then you’ll win $125 if any team scores a touchdown during the Vikings vs. Cowboys game.

FanDuel wants to start new gamblers off with a win, so this is a no-brainer option to help get your bankroll started.

Online sportsbooks create these kinds of offers all of the time, but this FanDuel promotion is special.

New user deals like this typically only offer site credit for your no-brainer win. FanDuel is mixing that up by offering a cash payout.

So if you want to withdrawal your winnings as soon as the game is over, then that’s an option with this deal.

If you’re planning to take advantage of this promotion, then it’s important to note that it’s only available through the FanDuel mobile app. You can start the process with a desktop computer if you’d like, but you’ll be directed to the app to actually claim the promotion.

Vikings vs. Cowboys Sunday Night Football odds

Week 8 has a lot of options out there if you like betting on the NFL.

Vikings vs. Cowboys is the primetime matchup this Sunday. If you’re looking to watch the game, then you can catch all the action at 8:20 p.m. on NBC.

The Cowboys have won their last five outings with Dak Prescott at the helm.

However, the team might be going without their star quarterback this week. Prescott is dealing with a calf injury and might not be able to hit the field.

On the other side of things, Minnesota is hunting for its third-straight win.

The Vikings will be eager to defend home territory this Sunday, so trying to steal a win at US Bank Stadium might end up being easier said than done.

Sportsbooks in Indiana have the Cowboys as the slight favorites for the matchup. That will likely remain the case for now since Prescott’s recovery is going well.

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