DraftKings Maryland Promo Code: Act Fast to Claim $200 in Free Bets for Launch Day

The wait for online sports betting in Maryland is coming to an end, and DraftKings Maryland has a great offer for new customers. With today’s DraftKings Maryland Maryland Promo Code, Maryland residents can claim $200 in free bets and one entry into a $100K free bet giveaway sweepstakes.

Sign up here to get $200 in free bets with the DraftKings Maryland Promo Code

What do You Get With the DraftKings Maryland Promo Code?

New users at DraftKings Maryland will receive the $200 in free bets as eight separate $25 free bets. These must be used for wagers once and cannot be withdrawn. The free bet initial stake is not included in returns or winnings. Free bets expire seven days after receiving them.

Five winners in Maryland will receive the $100,000 free bet. New users must be located in Maryland to receive the offer. The early sign-up promotion ends at 11:59 PM ET on the first day that DraftKings accepts online wagers in Maryland.

How to Claim Your DraftKings Maryland Promo Code

Here are the steps to signing up for the DraftKings Maryland Promo Code:

  1. Visit the DraftKings Maryland website.
  2. Click “Sign Me Up” at the center of the page.
  3. Select your launch promotion. Click Deposit Now.
  4. Click “Sign Up” at the top right of the page. Provide your information.
  5. Download the app to your mobile device: iOS app (App Store) or Android app (Google Play Store). 
  6. Open the DraftKings app on (or after) the launch day.
  7. Receive $200 in free bets and a chance at a $100,000 free bet on launch day in Maryland.

Normal Internet access, phone, and usage charges imposed by your online or phone service may apply. If you are entering via a mobile device and using your wireless carrier’s network, standard data charges from your wireless carrier may apply.

What Sports Can You Bet on With Free Bets from DraftKings?

Maryland bettors will find nearly any sport they could possibly want on DraftKings. Here are some examples, ranging from major US sports to international events.

  • NFL
  • MLB
  • NBA
  • NHL
  • College sports
  • Golf
  • Soccer — including the upcoming World Cup
  • Table Tennis
  • Cricket
  • Volleyball

Sports betting is legal in Maryland and it’s not long before you can bet on your favorite sports online. In fact, Maryland Lottery and Gaming said this week that online sports betting could launch before Thanksgiving.

Important things to note:

  • Anyone found to be using multiple accounts to enter the Sweepstakes will be deemed ineligible for the Sweepstakes and all of their entries may be deemed void. 
  • Automated and/or third-party entries are prohibited and will be disqualified. 
  • Multiple entrants are not permitted to share the same email address or DraftKings Sportsbook account. 
  • Any attempt by any entrant to obtain more than the permitted number of entries by using multiple and/or different identities, forms, registrations, addresses, or any other method will void all of such entrant’s entries, and such entrant may be disqualified at Sponsor’s discretion. 
  • Multiple entrants are not permitted to share the same email address. 
  • In the event of a dispute as to the identity of an entrant, the authorized account holder of the email address associated with the Online DraftKings Sportsbook account used to enter will be deemed to be the proper entrant. 
  • The “authorized account holder” is the natural person assigned an email address by an Internet access provider, online service provider, Internet service provider, or other organization (which may include an employer) responsible for assigning email addresses for the domain associated with the submitted address. 
  • Potential winners may be required to show proof of being the authorized account holder. 
  • Entries specifying an invalid, non-working or inactive email address will be disqualified and ineligible to win.
About the Author

Corey Roepken

Corey Roepken is the Senior News Editor at Maryland Sharp. Roepken has 20 years of experience as a sports journalist in Michigan, Texas and Tennessee. Most notably, he covered professional and international soccer for the Houston Chronicle. He has also covered college softball, SEC football, the MLB and the NFL.