The Nets have had the odds stacked against them since moving Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant at the NBA trade deadline, and it won’t get any easier in this series against the Sixers.
Nets fans in New Jersey can flip the odds to their advantage, at least for a night, when they sign up with Bet365 Sportsbook and access their new user offer: bet $1 (with a $10 deposit) on Nets vs. Sixers tonight, win $200 in bonus bet if there’s at least ONE three-pointer made.
If that sounds easy, it’s because it is!
All you have to do to unlock your $200 today is complete a few simple steps before tip-off.
Bet365 Bonus Promo
This is an exclusive offer to Nets fans in New Jersey because that’s one of the four states in which Bet365 operates.
That means this is your unique opportunity to gain a leg up on the house!
Here’s how you claim your $200 in bonus bets today:
- Sign up with Bet365 Sportsbook with this link (no promo code needed)
- Verify your identity
- Deposit $10 or more
- Wager $1 or more on any Nets vs. Sixers bet with -500 odds or longer
If you’ve made it this far, the work on your end is complete. Now it’s time for you to turn on the game and wait for a 3 to be made.
It should be noted that this offer will only activate if you deposit at least $10 and wager on odds with -500 odds or longer (-400, -300, +100, etc.) so pay careful attention so that you can unlock your bonus bets!
If you’re worried about a 3-pointer being made, don’t. There have been multiple 3-pointers made in every single game both of these two teams have played this season. It’s not a matter of if a 3 is going to be made, but when.
With an extra $200 on hand, you can make the NBA playoffs much more exciting by wagering on the action every night, putting together a wild parlay, or even picking a team to win it all! You’re not restricted to the NBA, either, with several different sporting events happening right now!
The Nets’ season looks dead in the water, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with the NBA playoffs at Bet365!
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