Exclusive Thanksgiving Offer: Win $200 if any team scores a TD!

AmericanBettingExperts followers can win $200 on Thanksgiving if any team scores a TD!

For the 14th consecutive season, the NFL has three games scheduled on Thanksgiving. The day begins with the Lions hosting the Bears. The Dallas Cowboys then host the Buffalo bills in the late afternoon game, followed by Saints at Falcons in the Thanksgiving night game.

To mark the occasion, BetMGM are giving out yet another sign-up offer that seems too good to be true! When a new player places a $1 money line bet on any of the six teams in action, they will win $200 in free bets if any team scores a TD! It’s got to be the easiest $200 you will ever make.

To claim this offer:

  • Go to BetMGM.com (you must use this link)
  • Open a new sportsbook account
  • Make a deposit and place a bet of $1 on any Thanksgiving game money line
  • Win $200 in free bets when any team scores a TD!

Happy Thanksgiving, enjoy spending your winnings!

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