Bet365 NJ Promo Code: Claim $200 in Free Bets And a Money Back Offer for the World Cup

The World Cup is in full swing, with many important games being played over the next few days. Teams have worked for four years with hopes of advancing to the knockout stage, so there is a lot on the line for teams still to play. There is less on the line for sports bettors in New Jersey because they can limit their risk with two great deals available with the Bet365 NJ Promo Code.

Bet $1 and receive $200 in free bets with Bet365 NJ Promo Code

The first is an offer available to new users, and it is a great one. All you have to do is bet $1 and you’ll get $200 in free bets. The second offer is available to all users. It is called “Bore Draw Money Back.” This is where your World Cup bet is refunded for any game that ends in a tie.

How to Claim Your $200 in Free Bets with Bet365 NJ Promo Code

New users of Bet365 NJ Sportsbook can claim $200 in free bets by simply placing their first bet of $1 or more. There are just a few things you need to do to make sure you qualify.

  1. Go to the Bet365 NJ website and click sign-up.
  2. Set up your new account and fill out all the required information. Some of the information includes a username and password, entering your name, birthdate, address, email, phone number, and a few other things.
  3. Make your first deposit into your account ($10 minimum).
  4. Place your first bet of $1 or more and get $200 in betting credits.

Bore Draw Money Back World Cup Offer

The Bore Draw Money Back offer has long been a popular offer from Bet365. The offer has been boosted to include more things for the World Cup. The offer gives users their money wagered back in cash for bets placed on half-time, full-time, scorecast markets, and all correct score bets for all soccer matches. 

The offer has been improved for the World Cup also to include

  • Anytime Goalscorer 
  • To Score with a Header 
  • To Score from Outside the Box
  • First Goalscorer
  • Last Goalscorer

This offer is better than many other online sportsbooks that offer similar promos. The reason it is better is that Bet365 offers bettors their stake back in cash back, not betting credits.

Claim $200 in free bets and a money-back offer for World Cup betting with Bet365 NJ Promo Code

World Cup Games to Watch

With every participant having played two games in the World Cup at this point, each team has one game left. Many are critical games — games that will decide the fates of nations seeking advancement to the knockout stage. Here is a look at a few of them.

Australia vs. Denmark

Moneyline: Australia (+650) / Draw (+320) / Denmark (-200)

Total Goals: Over 2.5 goals (-110) / Under 2.5 Goals (-110)

This one is simple for both teams. Australia advances with a win. Australia can also advance with a draw if Tunisia does not beat France (-225 moneyline odds). Denmark will also be rooting for Tunisia not to beat France because then a Denmark win over Australia would secure a berth in the knockout round.

Poland vs. Argentina

Moneyline:  Poland (+600) / Draw (+320) / Argentina (-200)

Total Goals: Over 2.5 goals (+110) / Under 2.5 Goals (-138)

If either team wins this one, it will qualify for the knockout round. Poland would also qualify with a draw. If this one does end in a draw, then both teams advance if the game between Saudi Arabia and Mexico ends in a draw.

Saudi Arabia vs. Mexico

Moneyline:  Saudi Arabia (+375) / Draw (+320) / Mexico (-150)

Total Goals: Over 2.5 goals (-125) / Under 2.5 Goals (+100)

Saudi Arabia advances with a win. Mexico can advance with a win and an Argentina loss to Poland. 

Belgium vs. Croatia

Moneyline:  Croatia (+162) / Draw (+240) / Belgium (+162)

Total Goals: Over 2.5 goals (+100) / Under 2.5 Goals (-125)

For group favorite Belgium, it would be a massive disappointment not to advance to the knockout stage. Although it currently sits in third place in the group, Belgium is still in control: win and advance. While a tie for Croatia guarantees a berth in the knockout round, a loss still gives it a chance to advance.

AP Photo/Ariel Schalit

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