West Virginia Online Sportsbooks Are Littered With Promotions Leading Up To Super Bowl LV

Written By Chris Imperiale on February 5, 2021 - Last Updated on June 26, 2024

With the Super Bowl now just around the corner, it’s time to start getting your bets in. Beyond the standard odds available, every online sportsbook in West Virginia is offering great promotions for the big game.

Super Bowl betting in WV typically includes lots of props. This year is no different, as all of the WV sportsbooks feature more than enough markets to put action on.

In addition to all of these options, bettors in the Mountain State can take advantage of several deals.

Each WV online betting app includes some variation of a promo or odds boost for this Sunday’s Super Bowl. Let’s examine some of the best available in the state leading up to the NFL’s finale between Kansas City and Tampa Bay.

DraftKings Sportsbook

Like every other week of the NFL postseason, DraftKings WV Sportsbook has promos in place for the Super Bowl.

Throughout the week, the online sportsbook is running a deal called Big Game Mystery Box. Every day, DraftKings presents a new boost for this weekend’s game.

Bettors must take note of these offers each day, however, as they are only available for one day apiece.

Although you may have missed some of them, be sure to check out DraftKings’ promotions page over the next few days.

After opting in, you’ll receive an odds boost on one of the markets it lists under the promo.

One of the deals this week boosted either the Yes or No option on whether the game would be tied following the 0-0 start.

You won’t know exactly which boost you have until you’ve opted in and found the market. Bettors must choose the boost from their bet slip prior to placing the wager in order to apply the new odds.

The maximum you’re able to bet is $25.

Another promo in the Big Game Mystery Box enhanced your odds for potential first touchdown scorers. The sportsbook provided boosted odds for one of the following players:

  • Travis Kelce
  • Tyreek Hill
  • Leonard Fournette
  • Mike Evans
  • Chris Godwin

Another option with DraftKings is its Multi Refer-A-Friend Bonus.

If you can refer two or more friends to the online sportsbook by Sunday, then you’ll receive a $50 free bet.

The new users must use your referral link, create an account and deposit at least $25 before Sunday at midnight. They must also be new to DraftKings overall and can’t have previously signed up for an account.

FanDuel Sportsbook

FanDuel WV is also geared up for Sunday’s final NFL game. As it has all playoffs long, the online sportsbook is providing Same Game Parlay Insurance for the Super Bowl.

With this promo, you’re eligible to get up to $25 back in site credit even with a losing parlay.

If your three-leg parlay involving markets from only the Super Bowl hits on all but one selection, then you will receive the refund.

Each individual part of the wager must have odds of -200 or better, while the final price of the parlay needs to be +200 or more.

Every FanDuel customer is permitted one refund.

BetMGM Sportsbook

Another mobile platform that released promos for this weekend is BetMGM Sportsbook WV.

Again, it is giving its customers the ability to bet on the first touchdown scorer with a bonus tie-in.

After opting in to the deal, all you need to do is choose which player you think will get in the end zone first between the Chiefs and Bucs’ players.

If your wager loses, BetMGM will give you up to $20 back in free bets.

Only your first bet on who will score the first touchdown is eligible for this offer.

The online sportsbook has its One Game Parlay Insurance in place for the Super Bowl as well.

By placing a parlay with at least four legs from just the football game’s markets, you’ll have the chance to get up to $50 refunded.

If you’re able to win three of your four selections in the parlay, then BetMGM will give you back your money. The up to $50 will be added to your account as a free bet when your losing parlay settles.

William Hill Sportsbook

William Hill WV features a promotion that involves betting on a few different props.

With Big Game Props, customers can receive a $25 free bet after wagering at least $20 on a minimum of five prop bets.

Some of the online sportsbook’s props include:

  • Coin toss
  • First TD scorer
  • MVP
  • Winning margin
  • Highest-scoring quarter
  • Double result
  • First offensive play

By qualifying for this promo, you’ll earn a $25 free bet in addition to an entry into a live drawing for a $500 Fanatics gift card.

The best part of this deal is that your wagers don’t have to lose in order to cash in. Although committing $100 to prop bets isn’t chump change, this is a great promo for those who were planning on betting props anyway.

If you’re able to win the majority of your bets, then William Hill’s $25 bonus is just a cherry on top.

Besides the prop promotion, the sportsbook also lists several odds boosts for the Super Bowl.

There are currently seven different markets with enhanced odds.

Bettors can put action down on Patrick Mahomes to score a touchdown and the Chiefs to win at +500. They can take tight end Rob Gronkowski to score and the Bucs to win the game at +750, too.

Betly Sportsbook

Even the Mountain State’s Betly Sportsbook has something for its customers for Sunday’s main event.

The mobile betting app’s Big Game 55 promo rewards bettors with $100 in free bets regardless of how your wager turns out.

All you need to do is bet at least $55 on the Super Bowl prior to it starting. The only other requirement is that the bet has odds of -150 or greater.

Betly’s $100 bonus is distributed as $20 free bets in five weekly increments. Customers will get the initial free bet on the Monday following the game, and then another $20 on each of the next four Mondays.

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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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