FanDuel Promo Code as Seen on TV

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^^^^^^^^^^ 250$ FanDuel^^^^^^^^^^^^

FanDuel is one of the largest providers of daily fantasy sports in the world, and they invite all prospective customers to try their service using the promo code WINNER. This promo code provides a cash-back bonus that matches that initial deposit up to $200.

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How to Play Fantasy Baseball on FanDuel

In fantasy MLB contests, the goal is to assemble a valid roster of Major League Baseball players. Valid rosters include players from at least two different MLB teams and have nine players overall: a pitcher (P), a catcher (C), a first baseman (1B), a second baseman (2B), a shortstop (SS), a third baseman (3B) and three outfielders (OF). The standard salary cap is $35,000, which means that you have about $3,900 to spend per player, and players range from about $2K to as high as $10K.

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Although accumulated statistics has long been a fantasy baseball tradition, point-based scoring is         becoming more prevalent, and FanDuel uses this format. Therefore, you earn or lose points based on the actions of your players in a real-word game. A home run will earn you 10 points, a runner caught stealing will lose you two points, and a strikeout by a pitcher will earn you two. Points for the team are tallied, and your final position in the league is based on your total points.

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Registering and Redeeming the Promo Code

The WINNER promotion is only available to new customers who are opening a FanDuel account for the first time. The WINNER promo code must be used while registering the new account. The easiest way to create an account is to navigate to the fanduel.com website and click on the large, yellow “Heard us on the Radio or TV?” button, which is located in the upper right-hand corner of the homepage.

Clicking that link will bring up a form labeled “Play Now.” The first text box is labeled, “Enter your promo code,” so go ahead and put the “WINNER” code there. The required information includes your full name, a valid email address, a custom username and a password of at least eight characters. When you’re finished entering the information, click the green “Play Now” button. FanDuel will send a verification email to the email address you provided. Click on the link in the email to validate your account.

Making a Deposit

The WINNER promotion is attached to your account now and will be available when you make your first deposit. You don’t have to make the deposit right away, and the promotion doesn’t currently have an expiration date, but if the promotion ends before you use it, it’ll be invalidated.

To make a deposit, log in to FanDuel using your email address and password. Click on the green button labeled “Add Funds,” which is in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. On the deposit page, FanDuel will present you a series of common deposits: $10, $25, $100 and $200. The box labeled “Custom” is where you can enter an amount. The minimum is $10, and the bonus with the WINNER promo code is a 100-percent match up to $200. Therefore, if you deposit $10, the potential bonus is $10, and if you deposit $200, the potential bonus will be the maximum of $200.

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How the FanDuel WINNER Bonus Works

FanDuel doesn’t deposit any bonus money into your account automatically. Instead, bonus money is released incrementally as your earn it. The upside to this approach is that you’re under no obligation, and when FanDuel does release your bonus money, it’s in the clear and yours to do with as you please, including withdrawing it. As you participate in leagues and tournaments that require a cash buy-in, you’ll earn your bonus money at a rate of 4 percent. Therefore, if you pay a $100 buy-in, FanDuel will release $4 in bonus money into your account. The pending bonus amount is available on your account page.

 

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Find additional information on the FanDuel TV promo code WINNER here.

How FanDuel Works

FanDuel is a fantasy sports provider. New leagues and tournaments are available on a daily basis. Most contests conclude in one 24-hour period. Most contests require a cash buy-in, which is not refundable. That cash buy-in is added to a pool, minus FanDuel’s take, which is used to pay the winners. FanDuel offers a number of different contest formats.

Introduction to FanDuel

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Perhaps the two most popular formats are Head-to-Head, which pits one owner against another, and 50/50s, which distributes the prize pool to the top half of the field. Tournaments tend to take place over a longer period than one day, and FanDuel offers qualifiers and satellites that can help players avoid the high buy-in of the most lucrative tournaments.

How to Play Fantasy Football on FanDuel

In a fantasy football contest on FanDuel, participants are given a fixed salary cap of $60,000 and are required to fill a nine-player roster: one defense and special teams unit (DST), a tight end (TE), three wide receivers (WR), two running backs (RB) a quarterback (QB), and a kicker (K).

Players must field a full team and have at least one football player from two different NFL teams. This means that you have about $6,667 per spot to spend, but the stars of the league usually have salaries in excess of $10K. Since players tend to pay a lot for running backs, including in the flex position, which can be a RB, WR or TE, the key to success is identifying bargains at other positions.

FanDuel Fantasy Football Scoring

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The scoring system is points-based, and players earn and lose points for a wide range of activities, including yardage gained and interceptions. The big scoring actions are rushing TDs, rushing yards, passing TDs and passing yards. RBs tend to have great value in the system because a rushing TD is worth six points and a rushing yard is worth .1 points while a passing TD is only worth four and a passing yard is only worth .04. At the end of the day, such as Sunday, or the end of the league period, such as Thursday to Monday, points are tallied, and then participating teams are ranked based on total points scored.

You can find a detailed review of playing fantasy football at FanDuel here.

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