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FanDuel Ohio Bonus Code: Claim $200 in Bonus Bets for NFL Sunday

FanDuel Ohio Promo Code

It is NFL Wild Card Weekend and for those residents of Ohio that haven’t signed up for a mobile sportsbook, the FanDuel Ohio promo code is live and ready to be claimed by new users. Sports betting in Ohio launched at midnight on Jan. 1, and there is still time to participate in mobile betting on the NFL season.

Claim $200 in bonus bets with the FanDuel Ohio Promo Code for NFL Sunday

Below is everything you need to know to about FanDuel Ohio and how to claim the bonus offer.

FanDuel Ohio Promo Code: $200 in Bonus Bets for NFL Sunday Wild Card Games

When you use our FanDuel Ohio promo code, you can claim $200 in bonus bets after your initial wager of at least $5. The only requirement to claim this offer is to be a new user in Ohio. 

FanDuel Sportsbook offers a straightforward bonus and an easy-to-use mobile platform for rookie bettors. Users will have no problem navigating the app and finding the sporting event, promotion, or bet they are looking for. If this sounds like a sportsbook you would like to try out, we will walk you through how to become a new FanDuel Sportsbook user below.

  1. Visit the FanDuel Ohio website.
  2. Click “Register” to start creating a FanDuel Ohio account.
  3. Fill out identity-verifying information and finalize account login.
  4. Deposit and bet a minimum of $5 on any NFL spread, moneyline, total, or prop to claim your $200 in bonus bets.

Your bonus bets will hit your account immediately for you to use for this upcoming NFL Sunday.

Diving deeper into this offer, no promo code is needed to claim this bonus. Use our exclusive FanDuel Promo Code link and you will automatically opt-in. This offer is one of the best in the industry right now, only costing new users $5 to claim $200. 

It is important to note that you will not be able to wager the entire $200 in bonus bets at one time. They will be credited to your account in eight $25 bonus bets. These bonus bets cannot be combined into one wager, but allow for many different betting opportunities over the NFL Wild Card Weekend.

You must use the bonus bets within a 14-day window after they become available in your account or they will expire. The wagers won with the bonus bets will only be the net winnings and not the amount of the wager you placed since you are playing with house money.

If you walked through all these steps and have claimed your FanDuel Ohio bonus code, keep reading for our NFL Sunday betting preview and decide how to best use your bets.

NFL Wild Card Sunday Odds

The following odds are from FanDuel Sportsbook as of Jan. 13.

Miami Dolphins at Buffalo Bills

Game Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: Bills Stadium
Team Records: Miami (9-8), Buffalo (13-3)

TeamPoint SpreadMoneylineTotal
Miami Dolphins+13.5 (-105)+660Over 43.5 (-105)
Buffalo Bills-13.5 (-115)-1000Under 43.5 (-115)

The Dolphins will have their work cut out for them in this matchup against the Bills. The focus is now on a possible start by third-string QB and rookie, Skylar Thompson. Tua Tagovailoa is ruled out with a concussion making him unable to practice and Teddy Bridgewater is reported to be still out with a broken finger.

Thompson came into the game against the New England Patriots, stepping in for Bridgewater, and started in the most recent matchup against the Jets. In his last two times out he has thrown for 256 yards and completed one passing touchdown. All eyes will be on the rookie in his first playoff game. Thompson will be relying heavily on team leaders in receiving yards, Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle.

The Bills are coming off a win against the New England Patriots, crowning them champions of the AFC East. There is no shortage of momentum leading into Sunday’s game with Josh Allen having led the team to a 13-3 record. However, there are missing pieces on the Bills roster as well, but Allen still has a steady offense to lean into. Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis are two players that will show up and make the offensive moves needed to advance to the next round of playoffs.

New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings

Game Time: 4:30 p.m. ET
Venue: U.S. Bank Stadium
Team Records: New York (9-7-1), Minnesota (13-4)

TeamPoint SpreadMoneylineTotal
New York Giants+3 (-114)+132Over 48.5 (-104)
Minnesota Vikings-3 (-106)-158Under 48.5 (-118)

A repeat of the Christmas Eve game that resulted in a 27-24 victory for the Vikings, the Giants will be looking for revenge in this Wild Card matchup. Last time out, Daniel Jones threw for a season-high of 334 yards, including one touchdown and one interception. Kirk Cousins also had an impressive game, throwing for 299 yards and three touchdowns.

Looking ahead to this week’s matchup, the Vikings are missing some important pieces of their offensive line. Starting center, Garrett Bradbury has been reported to have a back injury, and right tackle Brian O’Neal is out with a torn Achilles. This leaves some holes in the offense that could allow for a strong Bills defense to cause problems for Cousins. It is fair to assume Cousins will be looking to receiver Justin Jefferson to gain yardage on the field and put the team in a position to score.

On the flip side, the Giants’ offense was disrupted multiple times in their last matchup against the Viking’s defense, causing two turnovers. However, the Giants have superstar RB Saquon Barkley with the fourth most rushing yards in the league totaling 1,312 yards and 10 touchdowns. Looking at the defense, this week’s report shows defensive lineman Leonard Williams and linebacker Azeez Ojulari as questionable for the Giants.

Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals

Game Time: 8:15 p.m. ET
Venue: Paul Brown Stadium
Team Records: Baltimore (10-7), Cincinnati (12-4)

Baltimore Ravens+8.5 (-105)+360Over 40.5 (-110)
Cincinnati Bengals-8.5 (-115)-460Under 40.5 (-110)

Revisiting the last time the Ravens and Bengals met on the field just one week ago, we saw the Bengals come away with the 27-16 victory in Week 18. This is another matchup made for revenge in this Wild Card Weekend.

Baltimore’s J.K. Dobbins sat out last week’s game but will be back in action on Sunday. The running back has recorded is averaging 99.3 rushing yards per game since returning from injury in early December, and after sitting out last week and getting some rest, we expect to see the same. The Ravens hope this force on offense counters the absence of QB Lamar Jackson. This is the second season in a row that backup QB Tyler Huntley has replaced Jackson in the final half of the season, making him more equipped for the playoff game ahead of him.

The Bengals started the season slowly but are riding an eight-game win streak heading into Sunday. The Bengals have a strong and steady offense and have for some time now. Joe Burrow leads the team with confidence in himself and showcases the same confidence in his offense. We will see Tee Higgins return to the field after a week of being reported out with an illness, and receiver Ja’Marr Chase by his side ready to play.

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Joshua Buckley is a contributor for NEO Sports Insiders. Along with award-winning experience as a sports editor in Alabama and Texas, he has also spent time in public relations for the tourism and blood banking industries. Joshua is co-host of "Whole Lotta Wolves," the only U.S.-based Wolverhampton Wanders FC podcast.

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