NFL FanDuel Sportsbook Promo: Win $150 Bonus Fading Packers vs. 49ers!

Get $150 in bonuses to get revenge on the Packers

The Packers ended the Cowboys' season, but you can score a BIG payday fading Green Bay with FanDuel Sportsbook's latest NFL sign-up promo!

New users who bet $5 or more on the 49ers will get $150 in bonus bets win or lose. Just for placing the bet, you'll be rewarded with $150.

Here's how to claim this special offer:

NFL FanDuel Sportsbook Promo: Bet $5, Get $150

If you sign up for FanDuel, deposit at least $10 and bet $5 or more on the 49ers vs. Packers, you'll receive $150 in bonus bets guaranteed. That's +3000 odds without even needing to win!

Follow these easy steps and you'll get your bonus:

1. Sign up for FanDuel with this link (no promo code required)
2. Deposit at least $10
3. Bet $5 or more on any 49ers vs. Packers bet

That's all! No matter what happens with your wager, you'll be credited with $150 in bonus bets once it settles.

Be sure you deposit at least $10 to activate the bonus, though that first wager only has to be $5. You'll also get your winnings if you win, giving you a chance at an even bigger payday!

Only new FanDuel users located in a state with legal sports betting can claim this exclusive promo. You need to act quickly before it expires, so sign up for FanDuel now!

How to Bet on the NFL Today at FanDuel Sportsbook

There are tons of ways to bet on San Francisco this weekend, whether you're looking at the moneyline or spread or prefer a 49ers' player prop. Parlays work, too, and you'll get the $150 bonus no matter what!

The Packers face an uphill battle and there's no better way to profit from Green Bay's downfall than with this stellar promo.

You'll also love FanDuel's user-friendly interface, exclusive odds boosts, helpful tutorials, responsible gaming tools and rewards program that'll keep your bonuses rolling in for the rest of the postseason.

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