FanDuel Ohio Giving Bettors $100 In Bet Credits Now With Pre-Launch Deal

Written By Jake Garza on October 1, 2022 - Last Updated on December 31, 2022
New Gamblers In Ohio Can Sign Up For FanDuel To Receive $100 In Free Bets

Sports betting doesn’t start in Ohio until January, but that isn’t stopping the state’s online sportsbooks from releasing deals. FanDuel Ohio is the latest sportsbook to send out its pre-launch offers to attract new gamblers.

The Ohio sports betting market will be incredibly competitive, so companies will use these deals to try and get a leg up on the competition.

FanDuel’s deal is exclusive to Ohio residents, so only bettors in the Buckeye State can take advantage of this $100 promo. Sign up right now as this offer may not be around all the way until launch day.

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FanDuel Ohio early sign-up, no-deposit bonus

FanDuel Sportsbook Ohio is hoping to turn the heads of future gamblers in the state.

You can sign up for the company’s new promotion right now, even though sports betting doesn’t start in Ohio until Jan. 1, 2023.

FanDuel’s new deal offers Ohio residents $100 in bet credit when they sign up for the sportsbook. That’s a solid pre-launch offer that sets gamblers off on the right foot for the start of Ohio sports betting.

Those bets will enter your account as soon as FanDuel is up and running on New Year’s Day. In addition, you will be able to tack on the other sign-up promos, such as no-sweat bets or other offers that FanDuel has on launch day. The $100 in bet credits are a no-deposit bonus, so you don’t need to put money down to receive the boost to your bankroll.

The Jan. 1 launch will be in time for the final two weeks of the NFL regular season, so bettors will be able to use that $100 to bet on any games they want.

There’s no time like the present if you’re planning to sign up for sportsbooks in Ohio. FanDuel’s deal, and other promos like it, typically decrease in value as time goes on.

In other words, FanDuel is offering $100 in bet credits right now, but that could be less come November.

How to claim FanDuel Ohio bonus bets

The first step to claim this offer from FanDuel is to click the link on this story to go directly to FanDuel. Then, create an account with the sportsbook. Signing up is easy, and it only takes a few minutes from your phone or computer. There is no FanDuel bonus code needed.

At first, FanDuel will ask for your email address. You’ll also have to pick a username and password.

At the next screen, the sportsbook will ask for some personal information. This is standard practice in the industry, since the company needs some way to verify users are of legal gambling age.

You’ll need the following info to finish creating your account:

  • Full legal name
  • Address
  • Phone number
  • Last four digitals of Social Security number

Once you’ve entered all your info, just hit the “confirm identity” button at the bottom of your screen, and you’re good to go.

In some cases, it can take a few days for the company to verify a user’s info, but oftentimes this process is instantaneous.

After the account is set up, all that’s left to do is to wait until Jan. 1 to start placing bets. You can use your $100 in bet credits to bet on any NFL matchup, NBA game or other sporting event offered on FanDuel’s website and app.

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Jake Garza is a US Gambling Industry Analyst for Catena Media. He specializes in Midwest sports betting and casino content. Prior to covering the legal gambling industry, he spent time as a professional sports writer, reporting on teams such as the Cincinnati Bengals, Indianapolis Colts and Indiana Pacers. Garza is currently working as a Managing Editor for PlayIndiana and PlayOhio, with previous stops at other well-known brands such as PlayIllinois and PlayMichigan. He has been covering the gambling industry since 2019, and currently works with a team of other journalists to provide comprehensive coverage of the legal U.S. gambling industry.

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