DraftKings Sportsbook is gearing up for Super Bowl 55 with the return of Big Game Squares and a new user no-brainer promo.

One is free to play for new and existing users while the other is a low risk, high reward scenario.

Here is a look at a few DraftKings Super Bowl betting promos with a little more than a week to go before the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Bucs take the field.

Time to pick your Big Game Square

For players used to the typical office-style Super Bowl boxes, DraftKings has it covered. The Big Game Squares game is now live.

And besides being free to play, it’s available to new and existing customers.

Here’s how to play:

  1. Pick Your Square: Click on a square to select it. This will be your square for all quarters.
  2. Numbers: Wait for the start of The Big Game when DraftKings will reveal which numbers have been randomly assigned to the columns and rows.
  3. Prizes: If the final digit of both teams’ score match the numbers on a users’ square at the end of any quarter, it’s a cash win.

DraftKings is making more than $55,000 available in cash prizes. Here are the payouts to be. split among the winners:

  • First quarter: $8,250
  • Halftime: $16,500
  • Third quarter: $8,250
  • End of game: $22,000

Here is what the board looks like:DraftKings Squares

Those who do not have a DraftKings Sportsbook account can create one by using the link below.

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Latest DraftKings no brainer

But new users may also want to get a piece of the latest DraftKings Super Bowl odds boost.

Here’s a question: What are the chances one touchdown is scored in Super Bowl 55?

Sounds like a no brainer, right?

DraftKings Sportsbook is offering this enticing promo to new users. They’re calling it their Big Game No Brainer.  Basically, new users can double their money if a touchdown is scored in the Super Bowl.

Like with the free squares contest, new users will need to sign up for an account by using the link above. Here are some other guidelines:

  • Make an initial deposit of at least $5
  • You will be issued a single-use odds boost (+100) for any team to score a touchdown.
  • Be sure to select odds boost before placing wager
  • Bet must be placed prior to kickoff (6:30 p.m. Feb. 7)
  • Max bet is $50

DraftKings has a track record

This is not the first time DraftKings has offered a no brainer bet.

During NFL Wild Card weekend, the sportsbook offered +100 odds if any team scored a touchdown in any game.

In September, bettors had the opportunity to wager on a +101 point spread for the defending Super Bowl champion KC Chiefs in the season opener against Houston Texans.

Last season, the no brainer bet was whether the Philadelphia Eagles would score a touchdown in Week 1.

Obviously, all three scenarios produced winning tickets. Little risk for a nice return.

Super Bowl odds: What’s in the DraftKings mystery box?

But DraftKings isn’t stopping there. Each day, leading up to Super Bowl 55, players have a chance at a random odds boost.

The Big Game Mystery Box generates a different random offer each day. The Jan. 29 odds boost centers around player to score the first touchdown on Feb. 7. Users are issued a single-use odds boost for the given player.

The choices of random Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs players to score the first TD are:

  • Travis Kelce (Chiefs)
  • Tyreek Hill (Chiefs)
  • Leonard Fournette (Bucs)
  • Mike Evans (Bucs)
  • Chris Godwin (Bucs)

Users must opt-in before 11:59 p.m. EST on Jan. 29 (and each day leading up to the Big Game) to receive the daily odds boost offer.

Wagering is limited to a $25 max bet.

 

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David Danzis is an award-winning journalist who has covered business, politics, government, education, and sports in New Jersey. Most recently, he wrote about Atlantic City casinos, online gaming, and sports betting for The Press of Atlantic City. David is a graduate of Rutgers University.