FanDuel NBA Promo: Win $150 Bonus if Bucks Beat Pacers Today!

Bet $5, win $150 in bonus bets for predicting any Bucks win this week at FanDuel

It should be no surprise to you that your Milwaukee Bucks have one of the best records in the NBA, but did you know that you can cash in BIG with just one win?

You’ll win $150 in bonus bets just for correctly predicting one Bucks win for ANY game this week. 

Here’s how you can take your shot at cashing in on one of the best teams in basketball: 

​​FanDuel NBA Promo Code

You’ll be eligible to win $150 in bonus bets just for signing up with FanDuel and placing your first bet of $5 or more on ANY team’s moneyline odds.

But why not bet on your Bucks, especially if that’s what you know best?

Here’s how you can claim your bonuses: 

  1. Sign up with FanDuel Sportsbook (no promo code needed)
  2. Verify your identity and location
  3. Deposit $10 or more
  4. Wager $5 or more on Milwaukee’s moneyline odds (or any other team!)

As long as you deposit $10 or more and bet $5 or more on Milwaukee to win straight up, you’ll unlock this bonus offer.

Once you’ve made it this far, the only thing left to do is kick back and root on your Bucks to bring home those bonus bets.

Now let’s make sure you’re comfortable placing that first bet. 

Bucks vs. Pacers Odds, Spread and Total

The Bucks are 4.5-point favorites with -200 moneyline odds over the visiting Pacers tonight at FanDuel.

But you’ll want to ignore the spread for the purpose of unlocking this bonus.

Instead, sign in to FanDuel, click on ‘NBA’ and scroll down to find Pacers at Bucks. Then, make sure you put at least $5 on those moneyline odds. 

If Milwaukee wins, you can spend those bonus bets on ANY of the many different wager types available.

Don’t miss out on your chance to win backing a team that’s won over two-thirds of its games. Sign up with FanDuel today!

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

This promotion from FanDuel Sportsbook is only available in select states with legal sports betting.