Indiana Sportsbooks Release New Deals For NFL Week 14

Posted on December 8, 2021 - Last Updated on March 20, 2024

There’s a new set of Indiana sportsbook promotions on the board for NFL Week 14.

We’re starting to get into the home stretch of the NFL season, so this is a great time of the year for gamblers that love legal Indiana sports betting.

Tracking down all of the best IN sports betting deals can be a hassle, so we did the heavy lifting for you. Check out all of the Week 14 NFL betting promos below.

FanDuel Indiana 30/1 odds

FanDuel has a brand-new deal out there for Hoosiers looking to bet on the NFL.

This promotion is for new users only, so you’ll have to sit this one out if you already have a FanDuel account.

The deal is offering insane 30/1 odds for this Sunday’s Ravens vs. Browns game. That’s an incredible value that you can only find with this type of sign-up offer.

If this deal sounds interesting, sign up for FanDuel Indiana to get in on the action.

Once you create your sports betting account, make your first deposit and bet up to $5 on either the Browns or the Ravens to win. $5 is the max bet for this promotion, but that’s still a fantastic way to turn $5 into $150.

The best part of this deal is that it pays in all cash. You can immediately withdrawal your winnings if you’d like.

That’s a rare caveat when it comes to Indiana sportsbook promotions.

DraftKings bet $1, win $100

Are you looking for easy-to-win Indiana sportsbook promotions? Then the DraftKings app has a great deal for you.

The sportsbook’s “Bet $1, Win $100” deal is back to help new gamblers get started on the right foot.

The promotion is just as simple as it sounds.

If you sign up for DraftKings and bet $1 on any NFL game, the company will credit your account with $100. That site credit will come as four different $25 bonus bets.

To qualify for the deal, deposit at least $5 into your new DraftKings account. Then, place a moneyline wager of $1 on any NFL team you’d like.

You’ll win the $100 if either team scores a point during the game you bet on. That makes this an incredibly easy promotion to win.

However, the best part of this deal might be its flexibility.

Are you not feeling the NFL this week? No problem. You can also use this promotion on any bet on the NBA, college basketball, college football or UFC 269.

If you opt for the UFC option, then you’ll win your bet if either fighter lands a punch.

This promotion is available until Dec. 12, so you still have some time to get in on this one.

New PointsBet Sportsbook Indiana promotion

You can’t bet on the Indianapolis Colts this week since the team is on its bye week, but there’s still plenty of NFL action taking place this weekend.

Bears vs. Packers will be a popular betting option for Hoosiers. The two rivals are facing off for Week 14’s edition of Sunday Night Football.

PointsBet Indiana has a new promotion out there for the big game.

In a nutshell, the sportsbook is offering a free $10 live bet to NFL fans.

If you’re not familiar with live betting, it’s just wagering on a game as it’s happening, rather than before it starts.

The only catch is that your bet will need to have odds of at least -200 in order to qualify for the deal. In other words, a bet on a heavy -300 favorite wouldn’t make the cut, but a +100 wager would work just fine.

This deal is available for both new and existing PointsBet users so that everyone can get in on the NFL Week 14 fun.

To use the promotion, find the deal under the “Promos” section of the PointsBet website or app.

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Jake Garza is a US Gambling Industry Analyst for Catena Media. He specializes in Midwest sports betting and casino content. Prior to covering the legal gambling industry, he spent time as a professional sports writer, reporting on teams such as the Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers. Garza is currently working as a Managing Editor for PlayIndiana and PlayOhio, with previous stops at other well-known brands such as PlayIllinois and PlayMichigan. He has been covering the gambling industry since 2019, and currently works with a team of other journalists to provide comprehensive coverage of the legal U.S. gambling industry.

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