Grab up to $1,050 Free With DraftKings NY Promo Code for Monday Night Football

Not one or two, but four probable playoff teams will be on the field for a Monday Night Football doubleheader. Bettors have not one but two ways to reap benefits when they sign up with the DraftKings NY Promo Code, one of the leading sportsbooks in New York.

For new users of DraftKings NY, a $50 Free Bet and a 20% Deposit Match of up to $1,000, means $1,050 of house money to start your NFL regular season betting.

ESPN will broadcast game one of the Monday Night Football twinbill, between the Titans and Bills in Buffalo on Sept. 19. Kickoff is slated for 7:15 p.m. ET. A little over an hour later on parent channel ABC, the Vikings and the Eagles will start their game at 8:30 p.m. ET in Philadelphia.

Using the DraftKings New York Promo Code

This is the first NFL regular season to start with New York online sports betting fully up and running in the Empire State. That’s bound to lead to a large total number of bets placed, but this isn’t the lottery where you may have to share a winning prize with some other lucky lug. Betting on the NFL is all about how you think a team is going to do, or how players will perform on the gridiron.

If there’s one thing football is great at, it’s showcasing playmakers and superstars. That’s why betting on NFL’s Monday Night Games is so much fun: you see the action in prime time, and it’s the only game playing — except when you have two chances to bet on Monday Night Football, like in Week 2 of the NFL season. Typically, the schedule makers have a doubleheader in Week 1, but this season it’s been pushed back a week.

Here’s how to claim your NY sports betting bonus and what you get with it:

  1. Register a new account with DraftKings NY using our exclusive link. No code is necessary.
  2. Verify your identity, and prove you are 21+ years of age, You’ll also need to be in a state in which DraftKings has launched to legally place bets.
  3. Make your first deposit, and DraftKings will do a 20% match up to $1,000. For example, if you deposit $5,000, DraftKings will add $1,000 to that total. If you deposit $200, the bonus will be $40, and so on.
  4. You’ll also immediately be eligible for the $50 Free Bet for new DraftKings users in New York. Use that bet for any moneyline or parlay wager on the NFL or another sporting event of your choice.
  5. NOTE: your deposit match is in the form of Free betting credits that cannot be withdrawn, but only used for future wagers within the timeframe specified.

Tennessee Titans at Buffalo Bills (-10) Sept. 19, 7:10 p.m. ET on ESPN

Last season the Titans were the No. 1 seed in the American Football Conference. It’s easy to forget how good this team was in the regular season. Under fourth-year coach Mike Vrabel, the Titans were 12th in the NFL in yards allowed, and sixth in points surrendered. The defensive unit allowed 1,438 yards on the ground, which was only two yards behind the Ravens for the least in the NFL. The Titans play with aggressiveness, just like Vrabel did when he strapped on a chin strap.

The Bills looked as good last week as any team in the league, dismantling the defending Super Bowl champ Rams on the road 31-10. Buffalo allowed 191 yards in its Week 1 victory.

This game, which will be on ESPN, should be a defensive struggle. The Bills are on a mission to get back to get to (and finally win) a Super Bowl. With Josh Allen guiding the offense, and with a great defensive unit, what can stop them?

No word on how many times last season’s top conference seed has been a 10-point underdog in Week 2 of the next season, but I can assume it hasn’t been many.

Minnesota Vikings at Philadelphia Eagles (-2.5) Sept. 19, 8:30 p.m. ET on ABC

Were the Eagles led by moxie last week when they staved off the spirited Lions on the road to win a wild 38-35 game where they allowed 181 yards rushing? Or were they fortunate?

We’ll know more about those questions after this MNF game in Philly where the Eagles will host the tough Minnesota Vikings. Many experts are plucking the Vikings from the also-ran pile in the NFC North and choosing them to topple the Packers. Well, an impressive 23-7 win over Green Bay last week has stoked that fire. Kirk Cousins outplayed Aaron Rodgers or maybe the Vikings’ defense outplayed the Packers’ D and tossed a pair of TDs.

Philadelphia will need to find a way to slow Dalvin Cook, who had 90 yards carrying the ball last week and looks every bit the 1,500-yard rusher he was two seasons ago. The Eagles are supposed to have a good run defense, but if they can’t limit that part of the offense, it will just make it easier for Cousins to be the ho-hum, unspectacular, efficient-enough-to-win guy we all know he is. No QB has ever been paid so much for so long to be “acceptable.”

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About the Author

Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes is a writer for NY Sports Day. He has also written three books about sports. He previously worked for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball. He enjoys writing, running, and lemon bars. He lives near Lake Michigan with his daughters and usually has an orange cream soda nearby.

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