FanDuel Sportsbook is offering $100 in bonus bets to sports fans in Kentucky who register before the long-anticipated launch day – this Thursday, Sept. 28 – for legal sports betting in the state. Click on PLAY NOW below or use this affiliate link when signing up to claim the offer.
Launch Day in Kentucky happens to fall at a great time of year, sports-wise. The final days of September and the beginning of October bring about midseason football in the NFL and college, plus the MLB playoffs. And the start of the collegiate and professional basketball seasons, as well as the NHL, are all right around the corner.
Users do not need a FanDuel Kentucky bonus code to access this promo, which is available prior to Sept. 28. They can still qualify for the FanDuel regular welcome bonus on launch day.
How to Sign Up with FanDuel Kentucky and Claim the Bonus
The FanDuel Kentucky welcome offer does not require a promo code. All you need to do is use our affiliate link, register, and wait for the bonus bets for launch day. You must also be in the state of Kentucky when signing up. Here’s how it works:
- Sign up with FanDuel Kentucky. Use our links to visit FanDuel Sportsbook, hit the ‘Join Now’ button, and fill out the registration form with the required details (name, DOB, last four digits of your Social Security number, etc.).
- Ensure information is correct. Double-check the information added so that FanDuel will be able to verify your identity. You must be 21+ to play at FanDuel in Kentucky.
- Deposit. Go to the deposit page, choose a payment method, and make a deposit of at least $10.
- Use the bonus. On launch day, you’ll be able to use the bonus bets received from the pre-registration period.
At no point during this process should you worry about how to enter a FanDuel Kentucky promo code. No code is necessary to claim this offer.
FanDuel Kentucky SEC, ACC, Big Ten Football Futures Odds
While Kentucky features universities in the SEC (UK) and ACC (Louisville), it’s also bordered to the north by Big Ten-dominated Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio. Given the state’s ties to three conferences, fans throughout Kentucky have an interest in the SEC, ACC, and Big Ten.
With conferences increasingly making less and less sense geographically, every conference will soon be relevant in every state, if that’s not the case already. With that being said, let’s take a look at FanDuel’s odds for SEC, ACC, and Big Ten football as we enter many fans’ favorite month of football season: October.
FanDuel Kentucky SEC Futures Odds
FanDuel and the other sportsbooks that will soon be available in Kentucky all consider the usual suspects in the SEC the most likely teams to win it this year. From heavy favorite Georgia to top contenders Alabama and LSU, there are no surprises when it comes to FanDuel’s take on the SEC futures market entering Week 5 of the college football season.
While the only question oddsmakers have about the SEC East is who, if anyone, can challenge Georgia, the SEC West appears much wider open:
FanDuel Kentucky Big Ten Futures Odds
With Michigan, Ohio State, and Penn State all off to strong starts — the latest AP poll has Michigan No. 2, Ohio State No. 4, and Penn State No. 6 — the Big Ten title race has three legitimate contenders, according to FanDuel:
Unfortunately for Michigan, OSU, and Penn State, just one of them will reach the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec. 2, as they’re all fighting to win the Big Ten East. FanDuel handicaps the Big Ten West as a two-horse race between Wisconsin and Iowa.
FanDuel Kentucky ACC Futures Odds
The ACC abandoned its division format this offseason, making this year the first without the Atlantic and Coastal divisions. The two teams with the best regular-season records will square off in the ACC Championship Game in Charlotte on Dec. 2. Right now, FanDuel sees Florida State as the clear heavy favorite to end Clemson’s recent dominance of the league.
The battle for second place in the regular season, and a place in the title game, is wide open, though. FanDuel currently gives Miami and Duke the shortest odds, after the Seminoles, to win the league:
FanDuel Kentucky UK Wildcats Basketball Futures Odds
While the college basketball season is still several weeks away, it’s never too early to talk Wildcats hoops in Big Blue Nation. Expectations around John Calipari’s team are always high, and this year appears to be no exception. We’re weeks away from the release of the first AP poll of the season, but Kentucky is virtually a lock to begin the season as a ranked team. Below are the Wildcats’ odds at FanDuel in the national title and Final Four markets.