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FanDuel Michigan NFL Week 1 Promos

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The 2021 NFL season is finally here, and FanDuel has a few not-to-be-missed offers for sports betting fans in Michigan.

For starters, players can jump on a risk-free bet of up to $ 1,000. That means you can place a bet on any NFL game and FanDuel Sportsbook will refund you the full amount up to $ 1,000 if the bet is lost. The offer is only available to first-time users of FanDuel Sports Betting.

Michigan sports bettors can take advantage of the $ 1,000 Risk Free Bet once they register and make an initial deposit. If you win the bet, this money goes straight to your account and can be withdrawn at any time. If the bet is lost, the money is returned as site credit and players can cash out once they have wagered an equal amount.

As if that weren’t enough, Detroit Lions die-hard and NFL betting fans across Michigan can also get NFL odds of 40/1 (+4000) on any Week 1 NFL money line bet. That’s right – players can only wager $ 5 to win $ 200 on any team to win the season opener.

The Lions are a +7.5 home underdog against the 49ers at Ford Field. Those who tend to wager $ 5 on Lions moneyline at the standard odds of +280 would only win $ 14.50. The same bet would pay out $ 200 with the FanDuel promo for week 1, but you might want to take a more “safe bet”. Players could use the promo to win a strong favorite like the Rams, who will be on the money line against the Bears -425 on Sunday night. This promo offers the same +4000 odds on all moneylines so you can still win $ 200 on a $ 5 bet if the Rams beat the bears.

Players must make an initial deposit of at least $ 10 to receive this special promotion, which can be found on the NFL Week 1 Enhanced Odds page. Click the Bet Now button on this page to access the promotion at FanDuel.

Michigan has grown into one of the largest sports betting markets in the country since the introduction of online betting in January, and this is the best time to jump on board and sign up with FanDuel to enjoy these lucrative promotional offers.

Lions are a big home underdog

Matthew Stafford is gone and Jared Goff is the next man in Detroit. Odds makers in sports betting and betting apps don’t have much chance against the 49ers on Sunday, a game in which the Lions are +7.5 underdogs. But Ford Field believers are always strong and look forward to welcoming first year coach Dan Campbell to usher in a new era in Lions football.

The over / under is set at 44.5 with a strong San Francisco defense coming into town. Jimmy Garoppolo will get the start under the middle while the 49ers wait to debut Trey Lance in the first round of the draft pick. We’ll see if the Lions can create the surprise and redeem the +4000 cash line bonus.

TIED TOGETHER: NFL week 1 odds & betting lines for all games

More about FanDuel Michigan

FanDuel has been a major player in Michigan since going live. It’s an established, trusted brand with an easy-to-use interface, a great mobile app, and a wide range of props and futures markets for all sports.

FanDuel has already teamed up as an official sponsor with the Tigers and Red Wings and is present in Comerica Park and the Little Caesars Arena. It also has a physical location at the FanDuel Sportsbook at the Detroit MotorCity Casino.

Michigan bettors should bookmark the FanDuel promo code page to keep up to date with the latest bonuses and offers.

About the author

Dan Kilbridge for Bookies.com

Dan writes on college football and other sports for Bookies.com after covering three years of Tiger Woods’ comeback and the PGA Tour for Orlando Golf Week. In his previous tenure as a sports producer for the Lansing State Journal, he held multiple roles hosting the Spartan Speak podcast, managing social media accounts, reporting on stories and overseeing nightly production at the press time. Dan also covered college football, basketball, and recruiting as the Michigan State Beat Writer for 247Sports.

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