FanDuel UFC 272 Promo: Get 30-1 Odds On Covington-Masvidal

Written By Grant Lucas on March 2, 2022
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There’s no championship belt on the line when Colby Covington and Jorge Masvidal square off at UFC 272 on Saturday night.

But that doesn’t make the bout in Las Vegas any less intriguing, especially considering the two fighters once served as training partners and now stand as friends-turned-enemies.

What’s more, New York sports bettors can cash in on a big odds boost from FanDuel Sportsbook. New users with FanDuel New York can turn a $5 bet on either fighter to win into $150 cash. Bettors don’t even need a promo code to claim this FanDuel NY promo. All they need to do is click the banner below.

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FanDuel NY promo: Bet $5, win $150 on UFC 272

Both fighters come off losses to welterweight champion Kamaru Usman, Covington most recently in November. Masvidal, meanwhile, has not entered the octagon since his knockout loss to Usman in April 2021.

Again, though, none of this takes away from the excitement and atmosphere surrounding Saturday’s fight at T-Mobile Arena. If that weren’t enough to tune into the 170-pound showdown, this FanDuel NY Sportsbook promo certainly will.

New users in New York can sign up with FanDuel and place a max bet of $5 on either Covington or Masvidal to win this grudge match. With a 30-1 odds boost, if they win, those bettors will receive $150 in cash. Not site credit. Straight cash.

For perspective, as of Wednesday, FanDuel lists Covington as a -340 favorite. In order to win $150 on that line, bettors would need to wager $115.91.

FanDuel New York best bet: Covington or Masvidal?

Covington and Masvidal used to be training partners with American Top Team in Florida before a falling out led not only to Covington’s departure from ATT but also the friendship between the two former roommates.

As noted, the 34-year-old Covington (16-3) enters Saturday’s bout as the heavy favorite. Two of his three career losses came at the hands of Usman. The other setback occurred in 2015.

On the other side, Masvidal (35-15) hasn’t fought since April, a loss to Usman that came nine months after a similar result to the same fighter.

Interestingly, the 37-year-old Masvidal — carrying +260 odds at FanDuel — last appeared at T-Mobile in 2019. In that fight, Masvidal delivered a flying knee on Ben Askren to record the fastest knockout in UFC history of five seconds.

FanDuel set the over/under for total rounds at 4.5, with the under listed with a +122 line. Each of Covington’s last five fights have gone into the fifth round, the only instances he has gone past three rounds in his career. Similarly, Masvidal has only entered the fifth round three times in his career.

Could the fight go the distance? FanDuel has that line at -118 and favors Covington to win by points at -105.

How to claim FanDuel NY Sportsbook promo

So how can New York bettors take advantage of this FanDuel NY Sportsbook bonus?

First, bettors using the NY sports betting app must be new users with FanDuel. They will have to sign up and register their account with the New York online sportsbook.

Second, those users will need to make a first-time deposit.

That’s it. From there, simply place your first real-money wager on either Covington or Masvidal to win the UFC 272 match. All winning bets will be fulfilled within 72 hours.

Photo by AP / Corey Sipkin
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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. In 2020, he shifted his attention to the Empire State as lawmakers continued to work toward passing legal online sports betting in New York. Previous the lead writer for PlayNY, Grant now oversees content for the site. Before covering the expansion of legal gambling, Grant served as a sportswriter with The Bulletin newspaper in Bend, Oregon, covering high school, Oregon State and University of Oregon athletics as well as the Portland Trail Blazers. Prior to that - after graduating from Linfield University, where he played baseball for former Yankee and World Series MVP Scott Brosius - Grant worked as a digital content reporter for the Trail Blazers.

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