Claim Up To $1,250 For Thursday Night Football With This DraftKings Sportsbook New York Promo Code

Written By Grant Lucas on September 22, 2022
NFL Week 3 Thursday Night Football Pittsburgh Steelers Cleveland Browns

Week 3 of the NFL season is upon us, and you can head into the weekend fully loaded thanks to a fantastic New York sports betting from DraftKings Sportsbook.

New users who sign up with the NY online sportsbook can earn $200 in free bets by simply betting $5 on any NFL game. On top of that, you can claim a $50 free bet as well as an additional deposit bonus of up to $1,000.

The process is simple, and to make things even easier, you don’t even need a DraftKings NY promo code. Just click this DraftKings NY promo code link or the banner below to get started

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DraftKings NY promo code: Up to $1,250 in bonuses

New customers with DraftKings Sportsbook NY can get their sports betting experiences started on the right foot with a bundle of incredible offers from the NY sports betting app.

First, new users who create an account with DraftKings New York can claim a $50 free bet welcome offer after making their first deposit. Plus, speaking of that, DraftKings NY will match your first deposit at a 20% clip up to $1,000. It should be noted that to reach the full DraftKings NY bonus, you will have to deposit $5,000.

But wait, there’s more.

After depositing at least $5 into your account, this DraftKings NY promo code allows you to place your first real-money wager of at least $5 on any NFL pregame moneyline. For example, put $5 on the Cleveland Browns (with odds) to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday Night Football.

If your bet wins, you earned those winnings. On top of that, DraftKings New York will credit your account in the amount of $200 in free bets, which breaks down into eight $25 free bets and will be valid for seven days. It should go without saying, but even if your initial wager loses, you will still receive this DraftKings NY bonus.

Best bet for Thursday Night Football: Mitch Trubisky under

Mitch Trubisky, or any quarterback for that matter, had some enormous shoes to fill after Ben Roethlisberger’s retirement. Now, Trubisky is fighting for his job.

Folks have been clamoring for the Steelers to replace Trubisky with the highly touted rookie Kenny Pickett. Trubisky comes off a 168-yard performance in a loss to the New England Patriots, during which he was intercepted once and sacked three times. In the season opener, the 28-year-old totaled just 194 passing yards. Now, Trubisky faces a defense that gave up 14 points in less than two minutes in a 31-30 loss to the New York Jets on Sunday.

No doubt, Myles Garrett and company are hungry to make up for those defensive mistakes.

The Cleveland Browns will go without Jadeveon Clowny (ankle), making it more difficult for Garrett to break free off the defensive line. But Garrett is still a beast. Sitting on 61.5 career sacks, he has recorded three this season and is one away from becoming the franchise leader.

Factor in the Steelers’ inability to muster much offense this season (third-worst in the NFL), and Cleveland could get its second win of the season. Especially against Trubisky, who, if things go poorly enough, could be replaced by Pickett in this game.

With his passing yards set at , Trubisky could very well struggle against the Garrett-led Cleveland defense, allowing the Browns to pull away and perhaps begin the Pickett era.

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-1) at Cleveland Browns (1-1)
FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland
8:15 p.m. ET, Prime Video
Moneyline: PIT , CLE | Spread: CLE | Over/under:

Photo by AP / Ron Schwane; PlayNY
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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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