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FanDuel Sportsbook Has Extended Its 100-1 Masters Odds Offer

Kyle Scott - April 11, 2019

FanDuel Sportsbook is running the most aggressive Masters offer we’ve seen for New Jersey sportsbooks this year– 100 to 1 odds on any golfer to win The Masters.

The promotion was originally scheduled to end at the start of the tournament – which makes some level of sense – but today FanDuel announced that they will extend it through end of day Friday, April 12 at 11:59 p.m.

How to get 100-1 odds on any golfer

Register with FanDuel Sportsbook using this link and enter promo code CBB. Select any golfer to win The Masters.

If your golfer wins the tournament, you will receive a site credit equal to the difference between the payout received based on your Starting Price Odds and +10,000 on the first Five Dollars ($5) of your bet. For example, if you were to select Rory McIlroy at +800, the remaining +9,200 would be paid out within 72 hours. Your winnings will come with a “play-through” requirement, meaning you’ll have to wager them within 7 days on something with longer than -200 odds (basically, you can’t take extreme favorites), before they can be withdrawn.


Popular promo

These 100-1 odds boosts are among the most popular promos we’ve seen in New Jersey. But they do come with some fine print. The $500 bonus will go toward any tax obligation you have from bet winnings over the course of the year  – if they surpass the reporting threshold required by the IRS – and it’s worth reiterating that you’ll have to wager the winning amount within one week of it being credited to you account.


Who will win?

We have put together a Masters Betting Guide, which includes current odds, favorites and more. We also have a Tiger Woods Masters Betting Guide in case you want to use your 100-1 odds bet on him. He is receiving the most action at all NJ sportsbooks, partly because he’s popular, partly because he’s playing the best golf of this stage of his career.



FanDuel Sportsbook Is Running 100-1 Odds on The Masters

Kyle Scott - April 8, 2019

A tradition unlike any other! I’m talking about FanDuel running another 100-1 odds promo for a major sporting event. This time, FanDuel Sportsbook is offering 100 to 1 odds on any golfer to win The Masters.

This is not the first time New Jersey sportsbooks have offered aggressive odds boosts for big events. For the Super Bowl, FanDuel ran a similar 100-1 offer, and DraftKings did the same for The Oscars.


How does it work?

New users can get any golfer at 100-1 odds to win The Masters at FanDuel Sportsbook by registering here.

The offer is available until the start of the tournament– but it’s worth acting quickly on, as this is an aggressive offer and FanDuel has the right to withdraw it if they are seeing too much action in one direction.

The maximum bet is $5, meaning you can get a $500 payout for correctly selecting the winner of The Masters.

FanDuel will pay winners within 72 hours with a promo code worth $500. While a promo code is a new way to issue a payout, this is essentially the standard way these sort of signup offers are paid out. They are called bet-through requirements and you’ll have to wager your winnings again before it is eligible to be withdrawn.

For The Masters, this will replace FanDuel’s regular $500 risk-free bet offer.


100-1 odds

These sort of odds boosts are ways for NJ sports betting sites to grab new customers prior to big events. The Masters is effectively the first golf major since the start of legal sports betting in New Jersey. This represents a whole new fan base and opportunity for FanDuel to gain new customers. And unlike the Super Bowl, where they essentially booked a loss before the game by offering such long odds on the winner, golf offers an entire field to select from and, thus, less risk for FanDuel.


FanDuel Masters odds

As of writing this, FanDuel offers the following Masters odds:

  • Rory McIlroy: +650
  • Dustin Johnson: +1100
  • Justin Rose: +1200
  • Jordan Spieth: +1600
  • Tiger Woods: +1600
  • Jon Rahm: +2000
  • Justin Thomas: +2000
  • Rickie Fowler: +2000
  • Francesco Molinari: +2200
  • Paul Casey: +2800
  • Brooks Koepka: +3000
  • Bryson DeChambeau: +3000

Keep in mind, 100-1 odds effectively means +10000, so all of the favorites listed here are huge values with FanDuel.



Keep it locked here for Masters betting coverage all week long.

The Eagles Become the Latest Local Team to Partner with a Daily Fantasy Site

Kyle Scott - April 23, 2015

The Eagles (and half the league) have announced a partnership with FanDuel. From the Philadelphia Business Journal:

The Eagles’ sponsorship agreement features branding for FanDuel at Lincoln Financial Field, including a “fantasy tower” in the northwest corner of the stadium and on the Pattison Avenue marquee. The tower will delver fantasy stats to fans during games. The sponsorship also includes the Eagles and FanDuel offering unique hospitality experiences for FanDuel participants, such as meeting the team’s first-round draft pick, watching the team run onto the field during a regular season home game and competing in a flag football game with 20 friends at Lincoln Financial Field.

The Eagles were one of 14 NFL teams to sign a marketing deal with FanDuel Inc., the New York Business Journal reports. FanDuel now has agreements with 15 NFL teams, as it announced a multiyear deal with the New York Jets at the Super Bowl in February.

I’m just going to keep writing this, because I want my told-you-so to have high SEO value when it comes true: When online sports gambling gets legalized, it’ll be Draft Kings and FanDuel that step forward and raise their hands and say, “We have millions of credit cards on file and can handle this sort of thing securely.”

Oh hey and speaking of: PLAY IN DRAFT KINGS’ $60K MOONSHOT LEAGUE TONIGHT. I’m in. Only $3 to enter. Finished GREEN in my first contest of the season last week– $3… which means I’ve already earned more profit this season than the Phils.

Related: Sixers partner with Draft Kings, Major League Baseball partners with Draft Kings #FANTASYWARS(?)