Get $150 Free For March Madness Betting With FanDuel Louisiana Promo Code

With New Orleans set to host the Final Four, March Madness will certainly have a foothold in Louisiana this year. And if the NCAA Tournament is something you’re inclined to wager on, this FanDuel Louisiana Promo Code may be hard to ignore. All you have to do is bet $5 on the moneyline for any team in the tournament, and you’ll receive $150 in site credits. Your bet doesn’t even have to win.

Claim Free $150 With FanDuel Louisiana Promo Code

It doesn’t matter if your team wins by 25 points or loses by 35 points. You win no matter what. It’s hard enough to pick a winner, so as far as Louisiana sports betting offers go, this one is hard to pass up.

This offer is good for new customers for the entirety of March Madness, through April 4, and it replaces FanDuel Louisiana’s standard offer of a risk-free bet of up to $1,000. If you’re looking to ease into legal sports betting in Louisiana, this is a great way to build your account balance.

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How To Claim Your FanDuel Louisiana Promo Code

Before starting the process, you’ll need to be located in one of the 55 parishes where sports betting is legal in Louisiana. Nine parishes voted against legal sports betting, meaning you’ll have to travel a bit if you reside in one of those parishes.

After registering for your account, you’ll need to deposit at least $10. After that, your first real-money wager must be a $5 moneyline bet on an NCAA Tournament game.

Within 72 hours from the game’s conclusion, you’ll receive $150 in site credits. The credits can’t be withdrawn as cash and will expire after 14 days. See the full terms and conditions for additional details.

Creating your account is a simple and straightforward process. You can sign up from your mobile phone or tablet, or a laptop or desktop computer. If you’re signing up on a computer, be sure to use our exclusive link to make sure you receive this offer from FanDuel Louisiana.

There are two options to download the app, which are dependent on your mobile device. If you have an Apple product, you can download the app from the Apple App Store. For Android devices, the app is available at the Google Play Store.

Registering requires your full name, date of birth, email address, mailing address, phone number, and the last four digits of your Social Security Number. In addition, you’ll select and answer several security questions.

This info is necessary to ensure your identity and that you’re at least 21 years old. The security questions are among the steps FanDuel takes to try to prevent unauthorized access to your account.

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Funding Your Account And Placing Your First Bet

There are numerous options for funding your account, including:

  • Credit Cards
  • Debit Cards
  • PayPal
  • ACH/eChecks
  • Wire transfers
  • Online Banking
  • Direct deposit transfers
  • Cash cage deposits
  • PayNearMe
  • Gift Cards

Cash In With The LSU Tigers

Once you’ve funded your account, it’s time to decide on your first wager. Considering you win $150 in site credits even if this bet loses, you don’t have to expend a lot of energy making this decision. If you want to bet the home-state favorite, you can make your $5 moneyline wager on LSU, a No. 6 seed, which faces Iowa State in the first round.

It’s an interesting time for the Tigers after the administration fired coach Will Wade on Saturday. The firing came after the school received a notice of allegations from the NCAA. Assistant coach Kevin Nickelberry will serve as LSU’s interim coach for the NCAA Tournament.

If you prefer wagering on another team, feel free to do so. After all, there’s nothing tying you to wagering on LSU.

About the Author

Mark Ashenfelter

Mark Ashenfelter is a Connecticut-based sportswriter and editor who has covered everything from NASCAR to the Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles. A life-long Philadelphia sports fan, in addition to Penn State football and the Baltimore Orioles, he's previously worked at ESPN, NASCAR Scene magazine and the Daily Local News in Chester County, PA.