DraftKings Sportsbook NY Promo Code: $1,250 For Bucs-Cowboys Sunday Night Football

Written By Dave Briggs on September 11, 2022

Sports gamblers in New York looking to bet on NFL Sunday Night Football Week 1 action between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys can take advantage of some fantastic DraftKings Sportsbook promos.

New users with DraftKings Sportsbook NY can earn up to $1,250. That includes up to a $1,000 deposit bonus for new users. Then, DraftKings will throw in a $50 free bet on your first deposit. On top of that, DraftKings New York will instantly give customers $200 in free bets just for betting $5 on any NFL game.

No promo code is required to activate this bonus; just click the link (or banner below) and the DraftKings Sportsbook NY promo code will be activated when you do.

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

Here’s how new users can get up to $1,250 in DraftKings Sportsbook NY bonuses.

First, sign up and create an account with DraftKings New York by clicking the above link. Next, deposit at least $5 into your account.

Once done, DraftKings will give you a bonus equal to 20% of the amount you deposited up to $1,000. Earning the full bonus requires a deposit of $5,000.

In addition, DraftKings New York will also give you a $50 free bet on your first deposit that must be used within 30 days. It can’t be cashed out, transferred or manipulated in any way, but winnings earned from this bet can be withdrawn immediately.

Not to be forgotten, new users can earn $200 in free bets after wagering just $5 on any NFL game.

Last year’s top two offenses battle as Brady takes on Prescott

What better way to claim your DraftKings Sportsbook NY bonus than by placing a bet on Sunday Night Football’s high-powered tilt between the Buccaneers and Cowboys in Dallas?

The game between last year’s top two offensive units kicks off at 8:20 ET at AT&T Stadium and is watchable on NBC. It is a repeat of the 2021 season-opening matchup that saw the Buccaneers prevail 31-29 in Tampa.

In 2021, the Bucs won the NFC South with a 13-4 record. Tampa Bay defeated the Eagles 31-15 in their Wild Card playoff game before losing to the eventual Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams 30-27 in the Divisional round.

The Cowboys were 12-5 and won the NFC East before losing to San Francisco 23-17 in their Wild Card game.

This year’s game features the start of the 21st NFL season for Bucs QB Tom Brady. Despite taking an unexplained 11-day break from training camp, Brady completed 6 of 8 passes for 44 yards on Aug. 28 in Indianapolis in his lone drive in preseason action.

Meanwhile, Cowboys QB Dak Prescott put up career-best numbers in 2021. He had 4,449 passing yards, 37 touchdowns and completed 68.8% of his passes. He led the top offense in the NFL; Dallas led the league in both yards and points scored. The Bucs had the league’s second-best attack by scoring average.

Gauge the NY sports betting odds: Tampa Bay vs. Dallas

DraftKings Sportsbook NY has the Buccaneers as its second choice to win the Super Bowl (+700) behind the Buffalo Bills (+550). Dallas is 10th to win it all at +2200.

As for Sunday’s game, though, DraftKings offers the following odds for the first Sunday Night Football.

Additionally, DraftKings New York offers +1,200 odds for the game to go to overtime, compared with -10,000 for it ending in regulation.

Bettors can also wager on winning margins by either side. For example:

  • Bucs to win by: 1-6 points: (+330); 7-12: (+550); 13-18: (+750); 19-24: (+1300); 25-30: (+2500); 31-36: (+3500); 37-42: (+4000) 43+: (+6500)
  • Cowboys to win by: 1-6 points: (+330); 7-12: (+550); 13-18: (+900); 19-24: (+1700); 25-30: (+3000); 31-36: (+5500); 37-42: (+9000) 43+: (+10000)

Indeed, options abound for new users looking to take advantage of this incredible DraftKings Sportsbook NY promo code.

Photo by AP/ Mark LoMoglio; AP / Ron Jenkins; PlayNY
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Dave Briggs is a managing editor and writer for Catena Media. His expertise is covering the gambling industry in North America with emphasis on the casino, sports betting, horse racing and poker sectors. He is currently reporting on the gaming industries in Michigan and Canada.

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