There are plenty of sports going on as we turn the calendar to April, and MaximBet has a large and varied list of promo offers to get you started on all of them. Here’s a look at just what you can get from MaximBet.
There are plenty of sports going on as we turn the calendar to April. College basketball has one more weekend, while the NBA and NHL are headed down the stretch. Baseball is about to start, and there’s always golf.
MaximBet has a list of promo offers just as large and varied as the sports going on, and they’re ready to get you started betting on all of them. Here’s a look at what you can get from MaximBet.
There are only three games left in the NCAA Tournament, but March isn’t quite over yet. With MaximMadness, your first bet on anything (not just college basketball) is risk-free up to $500. The deal is open to new users only, and it expires at the end of the day on April 4—the day of the national championship game.
There’s also a college hoops-specific offer. With Survive and Advance, you can place college basketball bets Thursday through Saturday, and if you bet $50, they’ll “drop a dime” and give you an extra $10 to wager the next day.
With Starting Five, you can get one leg of a five-legged NCAA Basketball parlay covered. So if you get four legs right and the last leg loses, you get 20 percent of your wager back.
People who prefer betting on the pros can take advantage of a pair of NBA offers.
With It’s Over, you need to place a bet of $10 or more on an NBA “Total Points” market. If the game goes over, you get your winnings, plus an additional $1 in free bets for every point it goes over. So if the over is 212 and the teams combine to score 220 points, you get an additional $8 added to your winnings.
You’ll also want to find someone hitting from downtown. With 3-Point Play, you need to bet on an NBA Total Points player prop. If the bet loses, you’ll still get something out of it. MaximBet will give you $3 for every three-pointer the player made in the game.
With the Masters coming up, expect the golf tours to get more attention, and MaximBet is ready. With Weekend Caddy, you need to bet on any golfer to win a PGA event. If he doesn’t make the cut, you’ll get back 50 percent of your bet.
With Make the Cut, if you bet $50 on a PGA event on Thursday—the traditional starting day for a tournament—you’ll get $10 in free bet credits to use over the weekend.