PointsBet Sportsbook New User Promo
PointsBet offers one of the most competitive and ambitious promos of any online sportsbook. Right now, it is offering two risk-free bets of up to $2000. The first free bet refund is up to $500 if your first fixed odds bet, after signing up, loses. PointsBet is also guaranteeing a refund of up to $1500 in free bets for your first PointsBetting bet if it lost. This is only available to customers over 21 years old, as that is the requirement to create an account. Each person is eligible for one bonus (risk-free, two bets). In this case, “a “person” includes a person, account, household, residence, or address. Remember, the $500 risk-free bet has to be a fixed-odds bet, and the $1500 risk-free bet has to be a PointsBetting bet. Each of these has to be your first bet in those respective upon creation of the account. Your refunds for the free bets will be processed within 24 hours of the settlement of the lost bets. As mentioned before, this promo is only for new users to PointsBet.
PointsBet NBA Finals Parlay Promo
PointsBet also is offering a fun NBA Finals parlay promo! If you place a single game parlay bet on any NBA Finals Game with at least three or more legs, you will receive up to $25 back in free bets if your parlay loses. This risk-free parlay promo is only available to customers who are 21+ years of age. This promo cannot be utilized by another free bet you have; it has to be cash bets only. To be eligible, just make sure you opt-in to the promotion on the PointsBet promotion page. Each user is only eligible for one of these NBA Finals parlay promos. If you lose, your free bet will be paid out to you within one hour of your bet settling, so you can expect it to come to you very quickly. You will not be eligible for the free bet if you decide to use the “cash-out” option and close out the bet. Lastly, the minimum total price for the parlay has to be at least +100.
NBA Finals Parlay: Phoenix Suns -5.5 (-105), Over 219.5 (-121), and Chris Paul Over 21.5 Points (-120)
The Phoenix Suns are spread covering machines, especially at home, where they are 29-16 on the season. They are also 3-0 against the Milwaukee Bucks this year against the spread. Based on everything I saw in Game 1, this should be a no-brainer.
Both of these teams can fill it up, and the tempo in Game 1 was pretty high. I like for Game 2 to be even more high-scoring, somewhere around 225 combined points.
Chris Paul has been averaging just shy of 26 points over his past five games on 45.6% from the field and 41.9% from behind the arc. He’s in the NBA Finals for the first time in his career, and he is playing with a sense of urgency. I’m riding pure momentum with Paul until he decides to come back down to reality, which may not happen in this series.