Claim a $50 Free Bet With BetMGM Maryland Bonus Code for Ravens and Commanders Week 15 Games

The 2022-2023 NFL playoffs are rapidly approaching and both the Baltimore Ravens and Washington Commanders have important games on deck in Week 15. One way to make meaningful December football even better is by taking advantage of the fantastic bonuses at Maryland’s online sportsbooks. BetMGM Maryland has recently upped the ante with its welcome offer, and new users can now claim a $50 free bet in addition to first bet insurance worth up to $1,000. 

Claim a $50 free bet plus $1,000 in first bet insurance with BetMGM MD bonus code SHARP50

Here’s everything you need to know about the BetMGM Maryland bonus code for the Ravens and Commanders Week 15 games.

Get a $50 Free Bet With BetMGM Maryland Bonus Code SHARP50

Claiming your bonuses for the Commanders and Ravens Week 15 games is simple. The steps below outline how to signup for a BetMGM MD Sportsbook account and claim the new user promo.

  1. Visit the BetMGM Sportsbook website.
  2. Click “Register”.
  3. Pick a username and password.
  4. Provide the required identity-verifying information.
  5. Enter BetMGM Maryland promo code SHARP50.
  6. Deposit at least $10.

After going through the signup and verification process, all first bets placed with BetMGM MD now come with two bonuses.

First, your inaugural bet is covered with first bet insurance worth up to $1,000. This means if the first wager you place ends as a loss, BetMGM will match your wager amount as a free bet credit all the way up to $1,000.

The one downside to this type of sportsbook bonus is if your first bet wins, you don’t receive any type of bonus.

For a limited time, however, BetMGM is giving new users who sign up with our exclusive bonus code SHARP50 a $50 free bet after placing their first bet win or lose.

Whether you receive both free bet credits or just the $50 free bet, here are some important details to know:

  • Free bet credits can’t be split across multiple wagers and must be used all at once.
  • Credits must be used within seven days or they will expire and be removed from your account.
  • If you win a wager using a free bet credit, the wager amount will not be included as part of your winnings.

More BetMGM Promos

Beyond the generous new user promo, BetMGM customers can take advantage of ongoing promotions offered throughout the year. Here are some examples you’ll find this weekend:

  • 12 Days of Giveaways — With this holiday-themed promo, all you have to do is log in to the app each day. That’s it. Every day that you open the app between now and Christmas, you will be presented with a daily bonus with things like free bets and profit boost tokens.
  • One Game Parlay Insurance — Users who place a one game parlay bet of at least four legs can receive a free bet in return if exactly one leg doesn’t hit. This is available for multiple sports, including NFL, NBA, and NHL.
  • First Touchdown Scorer Insurance — Available during every Thursday Night Football game, place a first touchdown scorer bet, and if your player doesn’t score first, you’ll receive a free bet of up to $25.

Week 15 NFL Odds: Baltimore Ravens at Cleveland Browns

Ravens+2.5 (-105)+125Over 38 (-110)
Browns-2.5 (-115)-150Under 38 (-110)

The Ravens got some good news earlier this week when it was announced Tyler Huntley was a full participant in Thursday’s practice, putting him on track to play in Saturday’s divisional matchup against the Browns.

With the Cincinnati Bengals starting to fire on all cylinders, the Ravens need to continue to win to stay atop the AFC North.

Week 15 NFL Odds: New York Giants at Washington Commanders

Giants+4.5 (-110)+185Over 40 (-110)
Commanders-4.5 (-110)-225Under 40 (-110)

In one of the most important Week 15 games, all eyes will be on the Giants and Commanders during Sunday Night Football. Both teams are sitting at 7-5-1, with the tie coming two weeks ago in Week 13.

The Commanders got some good news of their own, with Chase Young and Benjamin St. Juste looking like they could return to the playing field on Sunday.

AP Photo/Adam Hunger

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