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Sports bettors in Pennsylvania and New Jersey are in for a big treat this football season thanks to a new and exciting offering from FOX Bet. The sports betting app just recently went live in Pennsylvania and it has been live in New Jersey for a while. In the period since it launched, it has grown to become one of the best digital sports betting destinations for gamers in both states. The introduction of its new offering or promotions is certainly going to make it even more popular among bettors.

To kick things off, FOX Bet will be giving bettors $1 free for the Super Bowl for every $20 bet that they place on the National Football League (NFL) during the playoffs. These will include all the available NFL markets. While this offering is available to all levels of sports bettors, high-rollers will benefit most since they will be able to earn up to a total of $600 in free bets for the Super Bowl. For average bettors who are just looking to have a bit of fun, they will be able to earn a decent amount in free bets. This is certainly not a bad place to start.

FOX Bet will credit all the free bets to player accounts on January 31 before the big game.

Specials for Each Game

To make everything more exciting, FOX Bet will also run specials for each and every NFL playoff game. For instance, for the wild card round, there will be two special both of which will come with a maximum $25 stake. The first special is for a touchdown to be scored in every quarter of the Bills and Texans game which FOX Bet boosted from +175 to +225. The second special is for the Eagles to win against the Seahawks the app boosted from +105 to +150.

The Terms

Unsurprisingly, the FOX Bet free bet promotion comes with a few terms and conditions. Fortunately, they are quite reasonable so you have nothing huge to worry about. According to these terms, all of the free bets from this promotion can only be used on the Super Bowl. Players can also withdraw all their winnings from the free Super Bowl bets that they will place during the game. However, they will not be able to withdraw the amount that they staked.

Sports bettors in states where FOX Bet’s mobile sports betting app is available will also be able to enjoy many more features. These will include custom and prop bets. So, whether you will be betting on the playoff games or the Super Bowl you will find an offer that is worth your time and money.

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