DraftKings New York Promo Code: Bet On Mets-Braves For Up To $1,050 In Bonuses

Written By Grant Lucas on August 5, 2022

For the first time since 2015, the New York Mets certainly appear destined to claim the National League East division championship. A title that has belonged to the Atlanta Braves in each of the past four seasons.

While the first-place Mets sit in the driver’s seat for that crown, Atlanta won’t go down without a fight. With the two rivals set to play 11 more times this season, New York will certainly have to go through the Braves to end the franchise’s divisional title drought.

That battle resumes Friday night, and DraftKings Sportsbook has a NY sports betting offer that new users can take advantage of for New York’s homestand against the Atlanta Braves: up to $1,050 in bets. To make things easier, you don’t even need a DraftKings NY promo code. All you have to do is click the banner below to claim the DraftKings NY bonus.

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DraftKings NY promo for Mets vs. Braves

It seems as if the NL East championship race will come down to two teams: the New York Mets — currently in first place — and the Atlanta Braves. The road remains long before a champ emerges. But this fantastic DraftKings Sportsbook NY promo allows you to get a cut of the MLB betting action right now.

You don’t even need a DraftKings NY promo code. All you have to do is create a new account with DraftKings New York and make a real-money deposit of at least $5 to unlock a $50 free bet. On top of that, DraftKings Sportsbook will match your first deposit up to $1,000 at a 20% rate.

So, for example, if you signed up with DraftKings NY and deposited $5, the sportsbook will grant you the $50 free bet plus $1 in bonus funds after you wager $25. Score $10 in DraftKings bonus bets on top of the $50 if you deposit $100 and wager $500. You get the idea.

Bettors in New York should understand, though, that to trigger the maximum $1,000 bonus bet, you would be required to deposit $5,000 and bet $25,000.

Best bet: New York Mets ML/over 8.5 runs

Since losing their first two games after the All-Star break, the Mets have gone on a tear, winning nine of their last 10 along the way. That includes a 6-4 win over the Braves on Thursday, the first of a five-game series at Citi Field.

With that push, New York (67-38) has built a 4.5-game lead over Atlanta in the NL East standings. Each game against the rival Braves will be critical, of course. After all, with 11 more games scheduled between the two franchises, anything can happen.

As for Friday’s game, the Mets send out Taijuan Walker to go against Atlanta’s Ian Anderson. One, Walker, has put up extremely respectable numbers, going 9-2 with a 2.79 ERA. Walker has gone a perfect 6-0 over his past nine appearances, during which time the Mets have won seven times. As for Anderson, fans are left guessing which version they will get. It could be the Anderson who allowed just one hit and struck out nine in a win on July 30. Or it could be the Anderson who gave up seven runs in three innings of work in his previous start.

What we do know, however, is both the Mets and Braves can swing the bat. And on Friday, it would seem as if New York has the upper hand, especially with Walker on the mound.

New York boasts the fifth-best batting average in MLB and ranks in the top five in runs. Jeff McNeil (.302) and Starling Marte (.299) provide offensive consistency for the Mets, while Pete Alonso has come alive of late. With three home runs in the past four games, Alonso has climbed into the top four in the league for home runs.

The Mets have gone over 8.5 runs seven times in 10 games. And in Walker starts, New York has exceeded that total three times in five games.

Atlanta Braves (63-43) at New York Mets (67-38)
Citi Field, 7:10 p.m. ET
TV: SNY Radio: WCBS 880, WEPN 1050

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Grant Lucas is the senior managing editor for PlayNY. A longtime, award-winning sports writer, Grant has covered gambling and legal sports betting since 2018, when he got his start reporting on the New Jersey and Pennsylvania industries. He now oversees PlayNY as New York expands legalized gambling to sports betting and online casino gaming.

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