Breaking Down Each Louisiana Mobile Sportsbook Bonus Offer

There is a ton of excitement surrounding the sports betting scene in Louisiana. Sports betting is currently available at nine brick-and-mortar casinos, but the industry will get a big boost when mobile betting launches in a few weeks. Ronnie Johns, chairman of the Louisiana Gaming Control Board, told Louisiana Sharp that he expects mobile sports betting to launch in Louisiana in the first week of January

Whether you are new to sports betting or a seasoned veteran, there is a lot to look forward to.

With a potential of up to 41 sports betting apps coming to Louisiana, it is expected that some of the top names in the industry will launch in the Pelican State. In order to stand out among the competition, sportsbooks feature bonuses and promotional offers to bettors. Each platform has its own unique offer, and deciding which one(s) to take advantage of can be a big decision.

Let’s take a closer look at the bonus offers for each sportsbook expected to launch in Louisiana.

BetMGM

BetMGM Louisiana is offering $200 in free bets to Louisiana bettors. All you have to do is open an account today and use the bonus code SHARP. Then, start betting once apps are officially live in the state. This is an acquisition offer, meaning users who sign up for this offer are not eligible for the Risk-Free $1,000 offer or any other acquisition offer.

Caesars

The new Caesars Sportsbook Louisiana promo involves two parts: New users can get $300 in credits when they sign up, as well as a 100% deposit match up to $3,000.

Claiming the pre-launch Louisiana bonus offers is a simple and easy process. Become a verified registrant at Caesars before the first day of mobile betting to earn a free $300 in site credits the day mobile betting goes live in Louisiana. When making your first deposit, Caesars will provide a 100% deposit match up to $3,000.

Claim the pre-launch offer with Caesars Sportsbook promo code: SHARPNEW

FanDuel

FanDuel Louisiana is offering a $100 free credit pre-launch offer to bettors in Louisiana. Bettors who sign up with FanDuel before online betting goes live in Louisiana can claim $100 in free bets, but time is running out. This pre-launch bonus is only available for new bettors who register inside Louisiana. New users will receive the free bets in their accounts the day that FanDuel launches.

This offer has been live for more than a month, and now the clock is ticking on its availability. Open your account now and you’ll see funds available on launch day. Claim FanDuel pre-launch offer here.

Also read: 5 Tips For Downloading Louisiana Mobile Sports Betting Apps

DraftKings

DraftKings Louisiana is preparing for its online sportsbook launch in the Pelican State by offering a $100 pre-launch bonus if you sign up early. If you register now, you can take advantage of the offer and have a bit of free betting money in your account once Louisiana sports betting is live.

To get your $100 in free bets, you need to sign up for DraftKings Louisiana before it officially launches in the state. Luckily the process is pretty simple, taking only a few quick steps:

  1. Download the Draftkings iOS or Android app or head to DraftKings sportsbook via a web browser.
  2. Follow the steps to create your account.
  3. Opt-in to the promotion.
  4. Wait for DraftKings to go live in Louisiana to get your $100 in free bets. Claim your DraftKings pre-launch offer here.

Also read: 5 Tips For Betting On College Football Bowl Games

BetRivers

BetRivers Louisiana is offering a 100% deposit match of up to $250 for new users. This means that once you create your account, if you deposit $100, BetRivers will provide you with $100 in site credit (free bets). The max is $250. So, you could have up to $500 in your account with your initial $250 deposit and the 100% match from BetRivers Louisiana. Use code SHARP250 when signing up.

PointsBet

PointsBet Louisiana offers a new sign-up bonus for fresh account holders. The offer involves two risk-free bets of up to $2,000 to be used on a fixed-odds bet or PointsBetting. Note that, as with many other wagers, you have to play through the site credit once before you can withdraw it as cash. Visit PointsBet Sportsbook for up to $2,000 in risk-free bets using our code: BESTOFFER.

Louisiana Sportsbook Bonus Offer FAQs

Can I claim more than one bonus offer?

Yes. We recommend downloading multiple sportsbook apps in order to take advantage of several bonuses. This helps to add more money to your bankroll. Keep in mind that some promos have limitations, so be sure to read the terms and conditions when signing up.

Can I claim mobile bonuses in person?

Generally, bonus and promotional offers are only available when registering online. Many offers require bettors to create accounts on mobile apps and deposit money into their accounts before qualifying for the offer. Because of this, claiming sports betting bonuses at retail sportsbooks is not very common. However, be sure to read the terms and conditions for each offer to see if claiming a bonus in person is a possibility.

What is bonus abuse and how can I avoid it?

Bonus abuse refers to any instances where you use a sportsbook’s bonus in a way it’s not intended. For example, this includes opening an account at one sportsbook, claiming the one-time free bet, then opening a new account at the exact same sportsbook and using a free bet on it again.

In general, you can avoid bonus abuse simply by treating bonuses as special offers and not opportunities to get tons of cash from an operator. It is best to create just one account for each sportsbook to keep things simple. If an operator suspects you of bonus abuse, you may be banned from betting on the app.

How old do I have to be to claim mobile sportsbook bonuses in Louisiana?

You have to be 21 years of age or older in order to participate in any gambling activity in Louisiana. 

Can I use free bets to bet on college sports in Louisiana?

Yes. Some states, like New Jersey and Illinois, place heavy restrictions on collegiate sports wagering for games that either take place in-state or that involve in-state college teams. Louisiana will not be one of those states.

About the Author

Connor Grootenhuis

Connor Grootenhuis is a freelance sportswriter covering all things sports betting.  Based in the Bayou State of Louisiana, he is a lifelong sports fan and a believer that every loss is a bad beat and every win is easy money.