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Risk Free Sports Bet Offer - Plus $25000 in Cash Prizes

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jul/31/2019

Every Jazz Sports player gets a $10 risk free bet just by signing up, courtesy of Gambling911.com.  Use bonus code G911 if asked.


*Live streaming of games on-site
*Only an email need to open your anonymous betting account
*Payouts often in minutes
*$10 free cash signup bonus with a 1X rollover (bet) requirement
*20% cash signup bonus with just a 5X rollover (bet) requirement

*In business since 1996
PLACE YOUR BETS HERE

JazzSports just launched their Early Bird Football Madness promotion for the 19/20 NFL season! The goal is to give our players two jam-packed opportunities to win big bucks while betting on your favorite sports.

The promotion lasts until September 3rd, 2019, and the only thing you need to do is a deposit of $100 to get started. Here is the breakdown of both offerings:

1. $25,000 Raffle. JazzSports came up with a raffle that will reward 25 lucky players with a cut of the total $25,000 pot. For every $100 you deposit, the customer acquires a raffle ticket, the more you deposit, the more tickets you have thus increasing your chances to win.

2. $50 Risk-Free bet on your first wager for Week 1 of the NFL season. Yes, you heard that correctly, by making a $100 deposit you are also able to make a Risk-Free wager on any game during Week 1 of the 2019 NFL season. This means if you lose your 1st wager, you will get your money back in the form of a free play, however, if you win the wager you get paid normally. This only applies for your 1st straight wager relating to this particular week.

If that's not enough, just by signing up you receive a $10 Free Play. You won't need to request it as it is automatically placed in your account as soon as you create the account.

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