Bet $5, Win $150 Free if Kenny Pickett Throws for 1 Yard Against Bucs in Week 6

Kenny Pickett threw the ball 52 times against Buffalo, accumulating 327 passing yards in the process. If he throws for at least one passing yard against Tampa Bay in Week 6, you’ll get $150 in free bets AND three free months of NBA League Pass, thanks to FanDuel Sportsbook’s amazing new promo.

Bet $5, Get $150 AND NBA League Pass Free

As long as you bet at least $5 on any Steelers vs Bucs bet, you’ll get $150 in free bets and three months of NBA League Pass, courtesy of FanDuel. The best part? It doesn’t even matter if you win your bet!

Your part is simple: sign up for FanDuel with this link, verify your identity, and deposit at least $5. Bet that $5 on any Steelers vs Bucs bet, then you’re good to go.

Whether you win or lose that bet, within 72 hours new users receive $150 in free bets and an email with instructions to activate your free NBA League Pass. Existing FanDuel users will still get the free League Pass, so we’re all winners with this incredible offer.

We could all use a free $150 to bet this weekend, and you won’t want to miss a minute of the thrilling NBA action these next few months.

This limited-time, exclusive offer won’t last – sign up for FanDuel now to take advantage of the opportunity.

If you already have a FanDuel account but still want some free bets, PointsBet has a fantastic new promo for Steelers fans as well: five $100 risk-free bets!

Use this link to sign up for PointsBet and make a deposit. Then, your first fixed odds wager up to $100 for each of the next five days is automatically risk-free. It’ll be refunded in free bets if you lose, no strings attached.

Note that only your first fixed odds wager up to $100 for each day in that five-day period is risk-free. If you don’t place a bet for a day during that stretch, you’ll lose that risk-free bet.

Sign up for PointsBet now to take advantage of both can’t-lose offers and maximize that Week 6 payday.

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