FanDuel Michigan Sportsbook is coming through with a fantastic offer for this Sunday’s Big Ten college basketball matchup between Michigan and Wisconsin.

Both new and existing users can Spread the Love; you will be able to place a bet on Michigan to cover the spread, and for every 500 users who do so, FanDuel Michigan Sportsbook will move the spread one point in Michigan’s favor.

For example: If the line is at Michigan -3.0, and 500 users bet on the Wolverines to cover the spread, the line will move to Michigan -2.0, and then to Michigan -1.0 if 500 more users bet on the Wolverines’ spread — so on and so forth.

It’s a no-brainer of a deal that’s sure to make you a winner.

 

Register with FanDuel Michigan Sportsbook and Spread the Love for the Michigan-Wisconsin matchup by clicking here.

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FanDuel Michigan Sportsbook Spread the Love Details

The deal is as simple as it sounds. Just place a wager on Michigan to cover the spread against Wisconsin, and for every 500 users who bet on the spread, the line will move one point in favor of the Wolverines. As of Thursday afternoon, Michigan was +17.0.

What’s great about the deal is that regardless of when you place your wager, you will receive the final spread. So if you bought in at Michigan +2.0, and the spread ends up at Michigan +55.0, you reap the benefits of the latter spread at possible -110 odds.

This offer is available for all users and is currently live through tip-off (1:00 p.m. ET) on Sunday, Feb. 14.

Only one bet is allowed per user. Wagers must carry a maximum of $50.

This is also an in-app-only offer, so you will need to download the FanDuel Sportsbook app onto your mobile device.

Those who register will additionally be eligible to receive the $1,000 risk-free first bet that FanDuel Sportsbook normally provides to its new users.

You must be at least 21 years of age and located in the state of Michigan in order to participate.

 

How Does “Spread the Love” Work at FanDuel?

Here are the steps you must follow in order to take part in this great offer.

  1. If you’re a new user, register with FanDuel Michigan Sportsbook. Get started by clicking here.
  2. If you’re a new user, make an initial deposit of at least $10 into your sportsbook account using any of the available methods.
  3. If you registered via desktop platform or mobile web browser (Safari, Google Chrome, etc.), you will be instructed to download the FanDuel Sportsbook app onto your mobile device.
  4. The offer will be available and visible once you sign into the mobile app.
  5. Place a maximum wager of $50 on Michigan’s spread; the spread will move one point in the Wolverines’ favor for every 500 bets placed on them to cover.

 

Michigan vs. Wisconsin Matchup

Both Big Ten squads are in the top 25, with Michigan currently the No. 3 team in the country and Wisconsin the No. 21 team. Michigan is also atop the Big Ten at 13-1 and Wisconsin is in fourth with a record of 15-6.

When these two teams last faced each other on Jan. 12, Michigan came out on top by a score of 77-54 behind 16 points and six assists from guard Mike Smith and a double-double (15 points, 10 rebounds) from guard Franz Wagner.

Wisconsin may keep it close, but expect Michigan to come away with the victory given its advantage in talent. This should provide you with an even larger reason to jump on this fantastic deal, so head over to FanDuel Michigan Sportsbook and Spread the Love before it’s too late (tip-off is at 1:00 p.m. ET this Sunday).

 

Register with FanDuel Michigan Sportsbook and Spread the Love for the Michigan-Wisconsin matchup by clicking here.

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