Indiana Sportsbooks Boost Odds For UFC 264: Poirier Vs. McGregor

Posted on July 7, 2021

Two of the UFC’s biggest names will be entering the octagon this weekend.

Conor McGregor vs. Dustin Poirier is the headlining fight at UFC 264. The main card will begin at 10 p.m. this Saturday, July 10.

McGregor vs Poirier UFC 264 odds

Saturday’s bout will complete the trilogy between McGregor and Poirier.

Both fighters have one win against each other under their belts.

Their first fight took place back in 2014, with McGregor delivering a first-round TKO to win the match in less than two minutes.

The second event took place just six months ago. Poirier snagged his revenge during the rematch with a TKO in the second round.

So far, William Hill Indiana has Poirier as the slight favorite for Saturday’s fight.

  • Dustin Poirier: -125
  • Conor McGregor: +135

DraftKings UFC 264 promos

DraftKings 264-1 odds boost

It wouldn’t be a big pay-per-view event without some promotions from legal Indiana online sportsbooks.

DraftKings has a good option out there for UFC 264.

This deal is for new users only, so if you’ve never signed up for DraftKings, then this deal is for you.

The promotion is essentially a massive odds boost. You’ll be able to bet on either fighter at 264-1 to win by first-round knockout.

That’s an incredible deal if you think that this fight will be ending early.

Once you’ve created an account, just head over to the “Promos” section on the DraftKings website or app.

After that, find the deal on the list and click “Deposit Now.” You’ll have to deposit at least $5 into your account to qualify for the deal.

Next up, find the fight on DraftKings and select “Boost This Fight.”

There’s a max $1 bet for this deal, but that still gives you a fantastic shot at winning $264 from your wager.

After all, if things go south, you’ll only be out $1. That lack of real risk is what makes this such a solid deal for new bettors.

DraftKings McGregor vs Poirier win boost

Already have a DraftKings account? Then don’t worry, the sportsbook has an offer out there for you too.

The promotion is an odds boost for McGregor vs. Poirier. Using this deal, gamblers can bet on either fighter to win at +150.

This is a better deal for Poirier bettors since he’s the odds-on favorite for the fight right now.

However, this is still worth using if you’re a McGregor fan. The promo might not boost the odds quite as much as Poirier’s, but there’s no harm in adding a little extra value to your McGregor wager.

This deal has a $25 max bet, and you’ll have to opt-in to the promotion before you can use it.

FanDuel UFC 264 odds boost

FanDuel has its own odds boost out there for UFC 264.

This one is for new users only, so you’ll have to sit this one out if you already have an account with the company.

Using this promotion, gamblers can bet on either Poirier or McGregor to win at +3,000.

Even with the $5 max bet for the deal, that still gives UFC fans a solid chance to win $150.

All you have to do to qualify for the deal is create a FanDuel account and make your first deposit.

PointsBet UFC 264 risk free

Last but not least, PointsBet Indiana also has a special promotion available for UFC 264.

The deal is available for both new and existing users, so everyone can get in on the fun.

PointsBet’s promotion is a risk-free bet on either McGregor or Poirier to win Saturday’s bout.

In a nutshell, if you bet on either fighter to win and your bet loses, then PointsBet will refund your money in free bets. That refund is good for up to $25.

The catch here is that you’ll have to use your free bets on live events. Live betting isn’t for everyone, so this deal is best for gamblers that enjoy that side of online sports betting.

More promotions will come out closer to Saturday’s events, so check back in with your favorite sportsbook for the full list of betting options.

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