NFL Championship Promotions Highlight Action-Packed Sunday At West Virginia Sportsbooks

Written By Chris Imperiale on January 22, 2021 - Last Updated on June 26, 2024
This weekend should be another exhilarating one for NFL fans in the Mountain State.

This weekend should be another exhilarating one for NFL fans in the Mountain State. Sunday features both Conference Championship games to determine which teams will play in the Super Bowl in two weeks.

Just like for the divisional round, West Virginia sportsbooks have you covered with promotions for the two biggest games of the year.

Regardless of which team you’re pulling for, the online sports betting apps in the state have deals in place to take advantage of.

The Green Bay Packers take on Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in the early game, while the defending champion Chiefs host Josh Allen and the Bills in the nightcap.

Let’s take a look at all of the promos offered in WV and how you can earn the most bang for your buck on Sunday.

DraftKings Sportsbook

DraftKings is one of the most popular online sportsbooks in the state and around the US. It includes a promotion this week that provides users extra winnings for the NFL’s conference title games.

With the NFL Parlay Boost, DraftKings WV Sportsbook customers can receive a 25% profit boost on their two-leg parlay.

If your NFL parlay wins, you will get 25% more applied to your winnings. This doesn’t include the money you originally wagered.

For instance, if your parlay netted you $40 in winnings, the online sportsbook would then give you a total of $50 because of the boost.

The most you can bet on the parlay is $50, and the maximum additional winnings are capped at $250. Both selections in your parlay must have minimum odds of -200 or longer.

The promo includes live wagers and must be applied to your bet slip prior to confirming the parlay.

FanDuel Sportsbook

FanDuel Sportsbook also has a deal bettors in WV can use for the NFL games this weekend. Its Football Same Game Parlay Insurance is in effect again for both the NFC Championship and AFC Championship.

This promotion refunds you if your parlay involving three or more legs just barely loses. If you can win every selection of your NFL parlay involving markets from the same game except one, then FanDuel will give you a refund up to $25.

The final odds for the parlay must be at least +200 in order to qualify.

Customers need to opt in to the promo and place their parlay before the game begins. Live bets are not permitted.

You’ll get your money back as site credit within 72 hours.

BetMGM Sportsbook

BetMGM Sportsbook WV once again has several promotions for Sunday’s football action.

Similar to other deals involving parlays, the online sportsbook has you insured for your NFL bet.

With One Game Parlay, you can receive up to $25 back if you win every portion of your four-leg parlay except one.

While you must feature at least four selections in BetMGM’s version of this deal, there are no requirements for the odds of the parlay.

Eligible customers will get their refund in the form of a free bet within 48 hours of their wager losing.

The online sportsbook’s first touchdown prop bet is another way to cash in this weekend.

If your choice of which player will score the opening touchdown of the game loses, BetMGM will provide you with up to $20.

This is typically a very popular prop bet that’s offered for every NFL contest. Bettors enjoy the first touchdown wager because it usually features very favorable odds.

Even players who are considered the favorite to get in the end zone first have odds of around +500 or better.

The up to $20 in free bets will be credited to your account within 24 hours.

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Chris Imperiale is currently the Managing Editor of Catena Media's US online lottery site, PlayiLottery. He used to be the Managing Editor of PlayWV, covering the sports betting and online casino industries in the Mountain State. He has a journalism degree from Rutgers University and was formerly on staff at Bleacher Report.

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