Bet $10, Win $200 Free if Saints or Bengals Score a TD in Week 6 (Limited BetMGM Promo Code)

Joe Summers
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The Saints pulled off a thrilling 39-32 victory over the Seahawks in Week 5, featuring four TDs by Taysom Hill. As New Orleans prepares to battle the Bengals this Sunday, BetMGM is giving Saints fans an incredible new promo: Bet $10, Get $200 if either team scores a TD.

BetMGM Promo Code

As long as you bet at least $10 on any Saints vs Bengals bet, you'll get $200 in free bets from BetMGM once anyone in the game scores a TD. It doesn't even matter who scores, either.

Your part is simple: just sign up for BetMGM using this link, complete the identity verification and deposit at least $10. Bet that $10 on anything in the Saints vs Bengals matchup and you'll automatically get $200 in free bets credited to your account when someone in the game scores a TD.

It doesn't matter who scores, even if it's not a player on the team you bet on, nor does it matter if you win your initial wager. As long as someone in the game scores a TD, that $200 is yours.

Whether you want to fire away on New Orleans as underdogs, make a massive parlay or back an Anytime TD scorer at huge odds, you can spend that $200 in free bets however you'd like.

Note you must be a new BetMGM user physically located in Louisiana to claim this offer, and your free bet credit only stays valid for seven days after you receive it.

Sign up for BetMGM to claim your easy $200 and take advantage of the amazing opportunity.

If you already have a BetMGM account, you can still win BIG. FanDuel Sportsbook is giving Saints fans a risk-free $1,000 bet for the Bengals game, so be sure to utilize both offers to maximize that payday.

Once you sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook with this link and deposit at least $10, your next wager up to $1,000 will be risk-free! It'll be refunded in free bets if you lose, no questions asked. Sign up for FanDuel now - there's too much money at stake to leave it sitting on the table.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change. 

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