WynnBet Arizona has officially launched, and it is perfect timing given the NFL season is now underway. To kick off being live in Arizona and the start of the NFL season, WynnBet Arizona is offering up to a $1,000 risk-free bet for NFL Week 1. All you need to do is make a deposit of $20 or more and place a bet between September 9th at 12:00 AM PDT and September 13th at 5:15 PM PDT. The Arizona Cardinals travel to take on the Tennessee Titans, which gives you plenty of time to get signed up and ready to go.
WynnBet Arizona New-User Bonus
For those who didn’t get in on the early registration can take advantage of a new-user bonus for WynnBet Arizona. All you need to do is click the banner below, sign-up providing basic information, make a $20 deposit and then place a bet between September 9th at 12:00 AM PDT and September 13th at 5:15 PM PDT.
That bet will become risk-free up to $1,000, meaning if you bet $1,000 on the Cardinals to beat the Titans and they lose, the $1,000 will be refunded back to your account as site credit. If you win your wager, the funds will go into your account as they normally would after the bet has been settled.
WynnBet Arizona Triple The Spread Promo
There are two “Triple the Spread” currently up for the start of the NFL season. WynnBet Arizona is running these promotions where the spread for the Buccaneers vs. Cowboys game is originally at +7.5 for the Cowboys, and it has been tripled to +22.5. That means you can wager on this game, and the Cowboys just can’t lose by more than 22. The max bet on this promotion is $20.
They are also running this promotion for the Titans vs. Cardinals game, where the Cardinals are +3, but with the triple the spread promotion, they are now +9. This should be a fairly close game despite the Cardinals being on the road, but they have an offense that can take advantage of the Titans weaker defense. There is a $20 max bet for this game as well.
WynnBet Arizona Best Bet: Cardinals Moneyline
Out of the two teams, Tennessee comes in with more hype to make some noise in getting to the postseason, where the Cardinals are stuck in a loaded NFC West. The Titans also added a few big-money pieces on the offseason and traded for Julio Jones. Public money is flying on the Titans, and this Week 1 matchup is more even than most think. The Titans defense isn’t great on paper, and the secondary is a major concern as they ranked 3oth in DVOA against the pass. Kyler Murray and company can take advantage here on the road.
Arizona’s defense didn’t get a ton of credit last season but ranked 10th in DVOA and has continued to make additions each offseason. We will get to see a very funneled group of Titans playmakers against what could be a defense that surprises in 2021.
I’m taking the Cardinals on the road in what will be viewed as an underdog situation, but these teams are not far apart in overall skill.