Holiday Hoops: Sportsbooks Get Festive With New User NBA Promos

Posted on December 22, 2021

It’s Christmas time in the Volunteer State, and the holidays are looking especially merry and bright for new sports bettors.

Three Tennessee sportsbooks are spreading cheer with big NBA promos for new users all week long.

Bet $5 on the NBA, Win $150 at FanDuel

With the help of Santa Barkley none other than 11-time NBA All-Star Charles Barkley — FanDuel TN has a sleigh full of goodies in store.

FanDuel remains one of the most popular Tennessee sportsbooks, and this week’s NBA promos do a stellar job of explaining why.

The sportsbook is delivering a surprise bonus to current customers every day between now and Monday. These gifts will amount to up to $7 million in bonuses over the course of seven days.

These giveaways were announced Monday via a lighthearted commercial featuring Santa Barkley stuck in a bettor’s chimney.

New customers can snag an extra special Christmas surprise from Santa Barkley this week. The Jolly Ol’ Saint Chuck Odds Boost gifts new users with 30 to 1 odds on any Christmas Day NBA moneyline wager.

That’s right you can turn $5 into $150 just by cheering on your favorite pro basketball team.

And with a total of five NBA matchups on Christmas Day, there’s plenty of holiday hoops action to choose from.

Hawks at Knicks

Celtics at Bucks

Warriors at Suns

Nets at Lakers

Mavericks at Jazz

To claim this offer, simply register using the link below, make an initial deposit and place a moneyline wager on any of the NBA games taking place Christmas Day. If you team wins, expect to receive your bonus within 72 hours.

New bettors have from now until the start of this Saturday’s final game to opt in and place a qualifying wager.

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Bet $5, win $150 at DraftKings

DraftKings TN is running a similar offer for Christmas week. The sportsbook is stuffing the stocking of new users with $150 in free bets when they wager $5 or more on any NBA moneyline.

After signing up and making an initial deposit, you have between now and Sunday to place an eligible pregame bet. Odds boosts, parlays, free bets, cash out bets and voided bets do not qualify as such.

If the wager wins, DraftKings will deposit an extra $150 in free bets into your account in the form of six $25 free bets that are valid for seven days.

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Wager $10, win $100 at Caesars

Caesars Tennessee joins the holiday merriment by giving new users a chance to bet $10 and win $100 if their team scores a point. All NBA matchups taking place this Saturday and Sunday are eligible for the promotion.

To opt in, click on the link below. After registering, place a pregame moneyline or spread wager of $10 or more on any of the 13 faceoffs featured on this weekend’s NBA schedule.

Once your team scores a point, Caesars will load your account up with an extra $100 to use on future betting endeavors.

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As a college athlete, Alec Cunningham played Division II golf at Tusculum University. She graduated in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Professional Writing. She then returned to her love of written word in 2000 after working in the music industry as a concert promoter, tour manager and artist developer. As a journalist, she's covered a variety of topics and currently specializes in Tennessee online sports betting and Virginia casino news. She served as a panelist at this year's All American Sports Betting Summit, discussing the ever-evolving role of women in the gambling industry.

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