FanDuel Sportsbook NJ Provides New-User Promo For Bills-Patriots And NFL Week 13

FanDuel Sportsbook takes the NFL spotlight game for Week 13 to another level.

As if the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills won’t already command substantial attention on Monday Night Football, the book entices new users with a 30-1 betting-odds incentive.

Bet $5, win $150 if the team you select on the moneyline wins.

It’s that simple. No spreads, half points, or over-unders.

Just win.

Betting Bills-Patriots With FanDuel’s Promo

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How to get FanDuel Sportsbook’s Bills vs. Patriots promo for NFL Week 13:

There is no promo code is needed.

Step one is clicking on the FanDuel offer above. Then, you’re close to the kickoff.

Just follow these steps:

  1. Sign up for FanDuel Sportsbook.
  2. Make your first deposit of at least $10.
  3. Place your first bet in the NFL Week 13 Enhanced Odds market on the homepage.

Bills Vs. Patriots Odds At NJ Sportsbooks

It’s easy to see the line of Buffalo -2.5 on Friday at FanDuel and consider punting to a later week for a better matchup.

But none of the remaining primetime games look easy. There are only five weeks of the regular season remaining after this.

If this is the time to pull the trigger, here’s a look at how these teams come into the game.

This is viewed as an AFC playoff preview. Both are capable of winning a Wild Card game on the road and surviving to meet one another deep in the playoffs.

The Patriots have surged to an 8-4 perch atop the AFC East.

They have stormed through good opponents, winning their last six games by a combined score of 211-63.

Along the way, they held three teams to fewer than 10 points. That included a 24-6 throttling of the Carolina Panthers, a 45-7 shellacking of the Cleveland Browns, and a 25-0 blitz of the Atlanta Falcons.

The Patriots thrive without stars, yet with excellent execution. Quarterback Mac Jones, who fell to the Patriots as the 15th pick, continues to be the steal of the draft.

What about Buffalo?

The Bills have confused fans all season, but at 7-4, are tied in the loss column for first place. They have a star in quarterback Josh Allen, and expectations of rising past the AFC Championship Game. It was there that they lost to the Kansas City Chiefs last year.

After toying with the Chiefs and stomping them 38-20 in a regular-season rematch, they looked to be on their way.

But there was a puzzling 9-6 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. They looked right again after pummeling the New York Jets 45-17, but they were uncharacteristically spanked at home 41-15 by the Indianapolis Colts.

Buffalo rebounded to halt the New Orleans Saints 31-6 on Thanksgiving night, but still need a get-back game.

Is this it?

NFL Betting At FanDuel Sportsbook

The Patriots and Bills look to make a statement.

Bettors of the FanDuel promo look to make a $5 bet become $150.

On Friday morning, New England was +120 on the moneyline, while Buffalo was -142.

But not with this promo. Everybody is +3000.

If this is your new-user entry, good luck.

 

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About the Author

Dave Bontempo

Dave Bontempo, a multiple national award-winning boxing commentator and writer, authors NFL betting columns for the Press of Atlantic City and IGaming Player, among others.