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FanDuel promo code: No sweat first bet up to $1,000 for Wednesday action

A no sweat first bet worth up to $1,000 can be yours when you sign-up with the FanDuel promo code in this piece.

Keep scrolling so you can sign up with the FanDuel promo code in this piece. (Credit: Getty Images/iStockPhoto).
Keep scrolling so you can sign up with the FanDuel promo code in this piece. (Credit: Getty Images/iStockPhoto).Read morebernie_moto / Getty Images/iStockphoto

As one of North America’s most popular sportsbooks, the FanDuel promo code offers a generous welcome bonus to new customers looking to place their first bets Wednesday.

When you click on the offer module below, you’ll begin signing up for your no-sweat first bet worth up to $1,000.

If you’ve not heard of the no sweat first bet, it means your first wager’s stake will be paid back to you as bonus bets if you don’t win. Essentially, it serves as giving you a second chance.

More details on what your FanDuel promo code does

FanDuel’s no sweat first bet serves as a second chance should your first wager result in a loss. But the truth is that it serves as even more than that.

This is because FanDuel’s bonus bets are able to be divided up into however many wagers you wish. Let’s use an example where you have $50 in bonus bets.

You can divide your $50 into ten wagers of $5 or five wagers of $10. You can even do 50 $1 bets or one $50 bet if you so wish.

Obviously the downside to this welcome offer is your bonus bets aren’t guaranteed like they are on bet365 or Fanatics. You only get them if your first bet is unsuccessful.

Despite that, this is one of the more generous and overall best sportsbook promo codes you can redeem as a new customer.

Steps to follow when signing up for your FanDuel promo code

  1. Click “Go to FanDuel Sportsbook” in the offer module above to be directed to their registration page

  2. Begin the process of signing up by entering and verifying the personal information FanDuel prompts from you

  3. There’s no promo code needing to be typed in during the registration process

  4. Read and agree to FanDuel’s terms and conditions before making your first deposit of $10 or more into your account

  5. Place your first bet on any betting market up to $1,000 and wait for it to settle

  6. Should your first wager result in a loss, FanDuel will pay you back your first bet’s stake in the form of bonus bets

  7. Bonus bets cannot be withdrawn as cash but can be divided up however you wish over the next 14 days before they expire

Betting markets to wager on FanDuel Sportsbook with Wednesday

FanDuel’s sports slate is dominated by MLB action Wednesday, with all 30 teams suiting up for action. A handful of games stick out above the rest due to the teams involved.

Three of these games are the Giants vs. Blue Jays, Reds vs. Orioles, and Phillies vs. Cubs.

In the case of San Fransisco and Toronto, the Giants are an intriguing underdog pick, as they possess the better record and are 22-15 on the road this year. They also won Tuesday’s game in Toronto, 3-0.

As for the Reds and Orioles, this series is tied 1-1, with Baltimore getting the edge on FanDuel’s odds due to being at home. Cincinnati is another tempting underdog road pick.

Finally, the Phillies and Cubs will meet for Game 2 of their series, with Philadelphia winning handily, 5-1, in Game 1. Philadelphia is a road favorite, and that’s a market we’re very confident in.

Bet a same-game parlay on FanDuel Sportsbook

FanDuel Sportsbook is one of the best parlay betting sites in the industry. Whether you’re looking for a pre-built same game parlay for the game of your choice or whether you’re looking to build your own, you can do so.

Wednesday’s featured same game parlays for MLB action involve stolen bases in the Reds vs. Orioles game and a combination of betting markets from the Nationals vs. Mariners game.

  1. See where your team stands in the most recent World Series odds

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