We’ve outlined the best offers for Thursday Night Football below. The bet365 bonus code CTNEWS unlocks two different offers, the ESPN BET promo code CTNEWS nets new users $250 in bonus bets and the Fanatics Sportsbook promo code offer gets new players a unique bet and get promotion.
We’ll outline the specifics of each offer in the sections below.
bet365 is unique as it is the only sportsbook that has multiple offers available for new users across the country, both accessible with the bonus code CTNEWS. New users in Colorado, Iowa, Kentucky, New Jersey, Ohio and Virginia can choose between a $1,000 bet insurance offer or a bet $5 get $150 in bonus bets with that bonus code.
Both offers are accessible to any new user in any of those legal states who are 21 or older, with one critical exception. Based on state regulations, any new player who is 18 or older can claim either promotion in Kentucky. In every other state the legal sports betting age is 21 or older.
New users can click the module below to go to the bet365 landing page.
From there, they’ll need to choose their preferred promotion. After that, they’ll need to place a cash deposit of at least $10 to register their account, regardless of what promotion they claim.
Then, they’ll need to meet the specific wager requirements for each promotion. The First Bet Safety Net offer does not have a specific wager requirement and, as long as bettors place their first wager in cash and it settles as a loss, they’ll get their complete stake back — capped at $1,000.
The bet and get, on the other hand, requires new users to place a cash wager of at least $5 to trigger this promotion. Win or lose, new players will get $150 in bonus bets that can be used for any additional wager.
Any bonus bets earned from this offer are only valid for one wager a piece and thus will not be returned as part of any winnings.
In addition to those two offers, bet365 also has an enhanced $365 bet and get promotion exclusive to Louisiana. Bayou State bettors can get $365 in bonus bets with any cash wager of at least $1 when they sign up for an account with the bet365 bonus code CTNEWS.
New players in Louisiana can get started with the module below.
Here’s an overview of all of the available bet365 promotions, accessible with the bonus code CTNEWS.
- No Sweat First Bet: First bet insurance with a cap of $1,000; available in CO, IA, KY, NJ, OH and VA; 21+ only (18+ in KY), new customer only.
- $150 Bet and Get: New users who place a cash wager of at least $5 will get $150 in bonus bets regardless of how that wager settles; available in CO, IA, KY, NJ, OH and VA; 21+ only (18+ in KY), new customer only. Must deposit $10 or more.
- $365 Bet and Get: Players in Louisiana who place a cash wager of at least $1 will get $365 in bonus bets regardless of how qualifying wager settles, 21+, only available in LA. Must deposit $10 or more.
The newer book to the sports betting market has made a splash with a generous ESPN BET promo code offer of $250 in bonus bets with any cash wager. To date, this is the highest value promotion of its kind on the market.
Currently, ESPN BET is available in 17 states total with the promo code CTNEWS.
The breakdown of this offer is a little different. New users will get four $50 bonus bets immediately after placing their first wager. They will get the final $50 bonus bet within a day or two, for a complete total of $250.
This offer does require new users to make a cash deposit of at least $10 to register their account.
Any bonus bets earned from this promotion will expire seven days after distribution. Since this is a bet and get offer, new users will get the $250 in bonus bets regardless of how that wager settles.
Finally, the Fanatics Sportsbook promo offer gives new users $200 total over the first five days. This offer doesn’t require an actual promo code so new players can get started simply by clicking the module below and inputting the relevant details to sign up for an account.
From there, new users will need to make a cash deposit to register their account and place an initial cash wager of $10 to trigger this promotion. Regardless of how that bet settles, they’ll get $40 in bonus bets at the end of that day.
To qualify for this offer, new users will need to place a cash wager of at least $10 daily for the first five days after they register their account. They will be awarded $40 in bonus bets at the end of each of those five days, for a grand total of $200 in FanCash bonus bets.
Any bonus bets earned from this offer can be used for any additional wager on the platform but cannot be withdrawn or cashed out without being wagered first.
Currently, Fanatics Sportsbook is available for any new user who is 21 or older in eight states: Colorado, Massachusetts, Maryland, Ohio, Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and West Virginia.
Players can opt out and use the FanCash towards apparel if they choose.
Bill Belichick’s Patriots travel to Acrisure Stadium for a TNF matchup against Mike Tomlin’s Steelers.
Both teams have struggled a bit this year but Pittsburgh has seemingly steadied the ship just a bit while the Pats are in the midst of a five game slide.
The Steelers have found success on the ground with the one-two punch of Najee Harris and undrafted Jaylen Warren. Warren had two massive weeks against the Browns and the Packers but have since quieted down just a bit. Harris is still dependable but has been getting fewer carries lately.
The Patriots have a lot of issues but one of the biggest bright spots have been the defensive line. They’ve been shutting down a variety of rushers all year and to date still have the third fewest rushing yards allowed per game.
Thus, bet the under on Najee Harris here. He hasn’t been getting a lot of carries and when he has it hasn’t translated to a ton of yards. Most books have him at 58.5 in this one and it will be tough for him to reach that.
Overall, the Steelers are a six point favorite with a 30 point total. Based on the spread and the total, the Pats would be scoring less than 10 which seems a bit much even for the Patriots this year. Look for New England to cover the spread in a road loss.