If you missed the great bonus offers that were available prior to the start of the 2022 Masters Tournament, you are in luck because BetMGM found a way to make their offer even better.
Sign up using the link below and not only will you receive $200 in free bets on your first $10 wager, but you will receive $20 for betting each day of the Masters. With three days remaining, that is an additional $60 in free bets, for a total welcome bonus of $260!
Plus $200 Free on First $10 Wager
The most important thing to remember with this offer is that it is only available using the link found above. As long as you follow that link, both the bet $10 to get $200 offer and the Masters offer are locked in, no promo code needed. That being said, if you add a promo code, or don't register using the landing page, you are likely to receive the standard risk-free bet offer.
Here are the steps to follow to receive the Masters offer at BetMGM:
We recently published a guide on live betting the Masters tournament, but will provide you with a few cliff notes to help you get started. Here are some things to consider when betting this year's Masters tournament on BetMGM or any other sportsbook:
BetMGM is a great sportsbook option for bettors that live in one of the 18 states (or Ontario) that they currently operate. They offer great odds, low juice, a wide variety of sports, and one of the best mobile apps on the market.
In addition to the sportsbook, players in Michigan, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and West Virginia can use the BetMGM Casino app and earn rewards across both products.
BetMGM offers a wide variety of bets including spreads, moneylines, totals, parlays, teasers, same game parlays, live betting, and player props. Their lineup of sports includes every major professional league, college sports, and nearly every international pro sports league.
While we highly recommend BetMGM (particularly when they run promotions such as this Masters offer), there are some cons that come with using their sportsbook. While their juice on games is amongst the lowest in the industry, you can almost always find lower juice on player props at competing sportsbooks. Additionally, the mobile app is not quite up to the standard set by FanDuel and DraftKings.
None of these issues should be viewed as a deal-breaker as BetMGM is at worst the third-best sportsbook available in the US market, and we would argue that the Masters offer gives them a leg up over every other operator this April.