DraftKings Promo Code: Get Up To $1,200 In Bonuses When You Bet On Cowboys vs. Cardinals

–News Direct–

Welcome to week three of the new NFL season, where the Dallas Cowboys take a ride to the State Farm Stadium to take on the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Starting off the season in incredible form, there is also an incredible offer currently running for new customers who sign up for the well-established and respected DraftKings sportsbook. Place your first bet on the match and be in with the chance to receive up to $1,200 in bonuses if your bet loses. There is no promo code required to get involved.

Claim Draftkings Promo Code Here

Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER. 21+.

How to claim the DraftKings Promo Code

Below is a step-by-step guide to claiming this fantastic offer from DraftKings. follow these, and you will be all set up in no time.

  • Click the link and complete the signup process

  • First, get a 20% first deposit bonus up to $1,000 when you make your first deposit

  • Also, receive a $50 bonus bet when you make your first deposit

  • Receive $150 in bonus bets when you make your first bet worth at least $5.

Also, note that users in Massachusetts do not get the 20% first deposit bonus; their promo is to bet $5 and get $200 in bonus bets.

Cowboys vs. Cardinals Preview

After outscoring their first two opponents of the new season 70-10, the Cowboys are hunting to maintain their winning run. They face up against a Cardinals side on the receiving end of two defeats from their first two games. Currently, the Cardinals have two two-game winning streaks over the Cowboys in their meetings. Will their determination and motivation to win make the difference and extend this to three, or will the Cowboys' confidence and dominance steal the show? Tune in at 4:25 p.m. ET to find out.

Cowboys vs. Cardinals Odds

The latest Cowboys vs. Cardinals odds ahead of the match-up on Sunday are as follows:


  • DAL Cowboys (-750)
  • ARZ Cardinals (+525)


  • DAL Cowboys -12.5 (-110)
  • ARZ Cardinals +12.5 (-110)

Total Points

  • Over 43.5 (-110)
  • Under 43.5 (-110)

Which states is DraftKings legal in?

DraftKings is legal in each of the following states:

  • Arizona

  • Colorado

  • Connecticut

  • Illinois

  • Indiana

  • Iowa

  • Kansas

  • Louisiana

  • Maryland

  • Massachusetts

  • Michigan

  • Mississippi

  • Nevada

  • New Hampshire

  • New Jersey

  • New York

  • Ohio

  • Oregon

  • Pennsylvania

  • Tennessee

  • Virginia

  • Washington

  • West Virginia

  • Wyoming

DraftKings Promo Code Terms and Conditions

A customer's first deposit (min. $5) qualifies the user to receive up to $1,000 in bonus funds in the form of site credits that can only be used on DraftKings. Bonus amount is equal to 20% of that deposit amount, not to exceed $1,000 (the customer must deposit $5,000 to be eligible to receive the maximum possible bonus amount of $1,000). Bonus funds will be awarded to the user according to the following play-through requirement: for every $25 played on DraftKings in DFS/Sportsbook/Casino, the user will receive $1 in bonus funds released into their customer account (e.g., a $5,000 deposit requires a customer to play through a cumulative total of $25,000 in daily fantasy contests, sportsbook (-300 odds or longer), casino products, or any combination thereof to receive the maximum possible bonus amount of $1,000). The play-through requirement must be met 90 days from the date of first deposit to receive maximum bonus. After such date, you are ineligible to earn any additional bonus funds as part of this promotion. Customers who previously made a deposit on DraftKings are ineligible for this promotion. Limit one (1) deposit bonus per user.

Contact Details

Acroud Media


View source version on newsdirect.com: https://newsdirect.com/news/draftkings-promo-code-get-up-to-1-200-in-bonuses-when-you-bet-on-cowboys-vs-cardinals-711704624

Acroud Media

comtex tracking


Post Disclaimer

Disclaimer: The views, suggestions, and opinions expressed here are the sole responsibility of the experts. No Newstribune 360 journalist was involved in the writing and production of this article.

Back To Top