Well-reputed sportsbook BetMGM has released a new offer. Read on for deals. Top sportsbooks are repeatedly looking for new ways to attract new customers. They want to be generous because there is so much potential for growth as sports betting and online sports betting become legal in different states.
Given the potential for new bettors that are encouraged by these improvements in the legal situation surrounding sports betting, sportsbooks can maximize their growth by showing bettors all of the betting opportunities that they have to offer. These promotions do exactly that — they show bettors what they have to by encouraging them to place more wagers.
Here is what BetMGM is offering: after registering your account with BetMGM, you have to enter the bonus code VIBONUS. Then, you’ll want to place a bet at any amount up to $1,000. BetMGM will provide insurance for this initial bet making it a risk-free one.
Be sure to make your first bet really count because the promo only applies towards your first bet. It would be disappointing, therefore, if you wagered only a small amount for your first bet before making a stronger investment for your second bet. You should rather want to invest more in your first wager in order to make the most out of BetMGM’s offer.
There are some asterisks to note pertaining to the applicability of BetMGM’s offer. To be clear, this offer is for new users of BetMGM. It is a welcome offer. While BetMGM is thriving and growing, it is still not available quite in all states.
You need to have access to BetMGM in order to benefit from its offer. This offer, therefore, only applies to the following states: Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington D.C., and Wyoming.
BetMGM is available in Mississippi, but that state only permits in-person registration and betting. Washington D.C. only allows sports betting in Nationals Park. You do not need to legally reside in the above states/locations. So, even if you are not a resident, you are okay as long as you are an eligible user there.
Of course, you also have to be 21 or older.