Bet $10, Win $200 With New BetMGM MLB Deal

Written By Jake Garza on July 12, 2022
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BetMGM has a new deal available that baseball fans can use to enjoy the action.

Promotions help make the Illinois sports betting market more accessible for new gamblers. You don’t need a promo code to use BetMGM’s new deal, so anyone can get in on the fun.

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BetMGM’s new Illinois promotion is for gamblers that bet on MLB games. This opportunity is for new users only, so you’ll have to sit this one out if you already have an account with the sportsbook.

In a nutshell, the promotion is letting baseball bettors wager $10 to win $200.

All you have to do to take advantage of the deal is to sign up for BetMGM Illinois. Once your account is all set up, just make your first deposit of at least $10.

After that, the only thing left is to bet that $10 on any MLB game you’d like. You’ll win $200 if either team hits a home run during the game, regardless of whether or not your original bet wins. BetMGM will credit your account with four separate $50 bets.

That makes this a great promotion to help get your bankroll together. It’s the closest thing to a guaranteed win that you’ll find, so taking advantage of the welcome offer is a fantastic way to start off on the right foot.

Latest MLB odds

The best part of BetMGM’s new deal is its flexibility. You can use it to wager on any MLB game you’d like, which puts betting on the Chicago Cubs and other Illinois favorites on the table.

If you already have an account with BetMGM, then betting on MLB futures could be a better option at the moment.

Thankfully, all of the state’s online betting apps are taking action on the rest of the MLB season. Here’s a quick look at the current live odds for the 2022 World Series:

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