MLB Promotions And Free Games Released Throughout WV Sportsbooks

MLB Promotions And Free Games Released Throughout West Virginia Sportsbooks

Posted By Chris Imperiale on July 23, 2021 - Last Updated on July 25, 2021

The Major League Baseball season is officially into its second half as teams resumed action following the All-Star break.

While this year is back to the full 162-game schedule, there isn’t actually much time remaining in the regular season. Most MLB teams are approaching their 100th tilt, leaving just two months until the postseason.

But with games going on every day, there is still lots of action to wager on.

West Virginia sportsbooks provide lots of promotions for baseball games that you can take advantage of in addition to betting on your favorite team.

Some of the WV online sportsbooks also are showcasing free pools and games to participate in.

Let’s see which MLB promos are currently running in the Mountain State and examine all the ways bettors can take advantage.

MLB Promos At WV Sportsbooks, July 2021

DraftKings Free MLB Pools

DraftKings WV is typically one of the leaders in producing promos and deals for its users. While it doesn’t have anything up for the day just yet, there is a free pool you can enter for Sunday’s matchup between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees.

The free Late Innings Prediction Pool consists of $5,000 in prizes for those who make the most correct predictions.

These pools usually involve around eight or 10 questions and props that you must decide on. If you can get all of them, or at least come close to picking each correctly, then you’ll earn part of the bonus money.

Questions include what the result of the first pitch in the seventh inning will be, the number of home runs after the seventh and if a certain player will record a hit.

While the Yankees-Sox game begins around 1 p.m., you don’t need to have your answers submitted for the free pool until 3:30 p.m. EST on Sunday. This specific contest is only based around the final few innings of this tilt.

The online sportsbook pays out the top 2,225 entries in this pool, including $100 to first place.

DraftKings offers different daily promos for MLB games regularly. This week, it provided its Hump Day Home Runs, where bettors receive a boost for one player from a small group to hit a homer that night.

Other deals feature insurance for home run props and boosted odds for no runs in the first inning of selected matchups.

FanDuel Sportsbook MLB Promos

Baseball enthusiasts can find deals for MLB on FanDuel Sportsbook WV, too.

With $5 Dinger Tuesdays, home runs are your friend. After betting at least $25 on any player to hit a home run during games on Tuesday, you’ll get a $5 bonus for every homer hit in the game in total.

Bettors will receive $5 for dingers from both teams, regardless of whether your initial wager wins or not. The bonus funds come in the form of site credit.

If you’re able to pick the right game, you can capitalize on as many as five total homers. The online sportsbook capped the promotion at $25 in bonuses per user.

Take a look at next Tuesday’s schedule and find a nice pitching matchup for this market.

FanDuel also has another promo in place for your MLB parlay.

It is giving you insurance up to $25 back for any baseball parlay involving at least five legs. If four of your picks are successful and one loses, the online sportsbook will refund you in full, up to $25.

Each selection in your parlay must have odds of -200 or longer.

This current offer is available through Tuesday, July 27.

BetMGM MLB Deals

BetMGM Sportsbook WV also has an interesting promotion for MLB betting.

Through the online sportsbook’s Hit the Cycle deal, you can earn various bonuses for completing a series of bets on MLB games.

By fulfilling the qualifications in order, you can hit for the cycle and collect all four rewards.

A “base hit” nets you a parlay boost token for wagering $10 on a MLB moneyline at -300 or greater.

The next level earns you a risk-free token for betting at least $10 on a parlay involving three or more legs on any MLB game.

Bettors reach the triple tier by duplicating the same parlay. This time, users receive a $5 free bet instead.

Once you’ve completed the first three steps, you’re eligible for the Grand Slam. Here, you’ll get a $10 free bet just for placing a live bet of at least $10 on any MLB market.

This great promo can be utilized once per week and is available through the end of the regular season in October.

William Hill Sportsbook MLB Promotions

William Hill WV features multiple promos for baseball fans. Those on the online sportsbook can cash in on three separate deals this weekend alone.

On Friday, you can take advantage of the Weekly Double, where you can double your winnings if your team is victorious.

By betting on the moneyline for the game between the Phillies and Braves on Friday night, you’ll get a free bet that matches your wager’s profits if you are successful.

The online sportsbook will match your winnings in full, up to $50. Bettors are prohibited from betting on both teams participating in the qualifying game.

With William Hill’s Grand Slam promotion on Saturday, you can get a free bet for placing a few bets on MLB contests.

Four wagers of $50 or more on four baseball games earns bettors a $50 free bet.

Your moneyline wagers need to be placed prior to the games starting.

Then on Sunday, five additional bets can get you another $100 in credit, or more.

Bettors who place five wagers totaling at least $20 each on MLB moneylines can get a $100 free bet for each game that finishes in a walk-off.

For this deal, it doesn’t matter if your bet loses. As long as the game you put action on concludes in some type of walk-off, then you’ll take home a $100 free bet.

There is no limit for this promo, so technically, 15 moneyline wagers could net you $1,500 in bonus funds.

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Chris Imperiale covers sports betting and the online casino industries. He has a journalism degree from Rutgers University and was formerly on staff at Bleacher Report.

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