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Super Bowl LV – Online Betting Promotions | US Sportsbooks

Today is the big day and time is running out before it’s too late to make your first bet online. Are you rooting for Kansas City Chiefs or Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

Regardless of who you want to win The Super Bowl in 2021, below are some options for those of you who are planning to bet online today.

$2021 in risk-free bets – William Hill

This promo is definitely one of the better ones for Super Bowl LV: 2021 dollars in risk-free bets. It doesn’t get much better than that.

Note that this promo is for bettors in VA, MI, CO, and IN.

Get $100 in Free Money – BetRivers

BetRivers is running a promo where you can unlock a total of $500 in Bonus Money. Here is how it works

  • Deposit $100 after you have created your new account to get $100 in bonus
  • Bet $100 on the big game to get another $400 in bonus money

The Big Game GOAT Insurance – Pointsbet

Bet on the pregame moneyline for either team and get money back up to $50 in Free Bets if your team loses by 43 points or less.

Click on the banner below and sign up to get this deal: Pointsbet GOAT Insurance

Get $50 in bonus – Monkey Knife Fight

Monkey Knife Fight is offering a $50 bonus for new players. Sign up and deposit money to bet for and get a %100 matched bonus up to $50.

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Betting online in the us

Where is sports betting available in the US? If you are not sure, click on your state below to read what your betting options are.

You might need to go down to the casino or, if you are lucky to be in a state where you cam place a bet online, we have a list of sportsbooks to choose from.

Happy Betting!

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