Barstool Sportsbook promo code ACTNEWS150 nets $150 for the Panthers-Falcons

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The Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers are scheduled to play their second meeting in 11 days on Thursday Night Football.

As the Falcons look to get back to .500, Sportsbook’s Bar Stool promotional code ACTNEWS150 win $150 in free bets when you bet $20 on Panthers-Falcons on Thursday.

Let’s look at how to bet TNF and where this promo comes into play below.

Barstool Bet-Get Promo: Falcons-Panthers

Before we get to the nitty-gritty, let’s take an angle to bet on Falcons-Panthers.

Falcons-Panthers betting preview

The sequel to this NFC South duo is one that will feature a team from Atlanta vying for the top spot in the division and a team from Carolina aiming for the draw. The Falcons won the first meeting on Oct. 30 when DJ Moore’s unsportsmanlike conduct penalty after an even 61-yard touchdown led to a missed kick and subsequent OT loss.

PJ Walker will leave after a career-best 317 showing last overshoot. Walker will have to bounce back from last week’s second half in Baker Mayfield’s favor after throwing two picks. He’ll have Chuba Hubbard back alongside D’Onta Foreman — who tore the Falcons apart with three scores — in the backfield. Both guards will have ample opportunity to make plays against an inviting Atlanta defense.

Marcus Mariota has been a dependable game manager for this Atlanta offense. They’ve faced everyone they’ve faced — except Cincinnati last week — en route to their 4-5 record. Unlike Week 8, this time Mariota will have Cordarrelle Patterson’s complements. The 31-year-old full-back broke through the end zone twice in his first game back from injury last week.

Use this bet with ACTNEWS150

Now, let’s bet on this double bet with the Barstool promotion:

Bet Line
Panthers +2.5 -108
More than 41 points in total -110
Total +260

Imagine betting $20 on it. Here is what happens:

  • Parlay hits: We make $52 and keep our original $20. We also receive $150 in bonus money. We have $222 to continue betting or cashing out.
  • Parlay loses: We now have $150 in bonus money.

Try looking at a visual:

Bet Profit Money in the account.
talk about success $52 + $150 $222
Parlay loses $150 in bonus money $150 bonus cash

What is bonus money?

Bonus money is Barstool’s term for free bets. The interesting advantage is that if your bet wins, you also keep the bonus cash. Most books don’t work that way.

However, you cannot withdraw them – they are only used for betting. Moreover, you can divide them into different bets.

The bonus money appears after the settlement of your promotional bet. We will have at least $150 to use regardless of the outcome of our bet, so let’s bet that.

Suppose we split the $150 into three separate $50 bets on NFL Sunday. This is a simulation of how things would play out if these games ended up like this:

Bet Line Profit
Seahawks ML (F) +123 $61.50
Lions ML (L) +128 $0
Vikings ML (F) +155 $77.50
Total $139

Remember that we also keep the $50 for the two winning bets. So we add the $100 in bonus money to $139 for a total of $239 to use.

Free bet strategy

We advise you to use free bets on plus-money bets. It looks like you lose more, but you will get more expected value over time.

The expected value means the margin between the actual odds of something happening and what the sportsbook says the odds are.

Find out what plus-money bets to look for in Week 10 with Evan Abrams’ NFL Betting Primer.

Looking for more ways to bet TNF? Hear the prop bets our experts are targeting with Falcons-Panthers:

The registration process

Signing up for most legal sportsbooks is quite simple and can be done in just a few minutes. Here’s how it works at Barstool.

  1. follow this link
  2. Put your name, address, last four of the SSN, etc.
  3. Walk in Sportsbook Bar Stool promo code ACTNEWS150 at the cashier to benefit from the bonus offer
  4. Deposit using bank account, credit card or PayPal
  5. Make your first NFL bet for $20, get $150 free bets

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