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How to Claim Your Risk Free Bet

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1. Bet Bears @ Lions Full Game Spread – November 28th, 12:30pm EST
2. Your First Cash Bet Qualifies. Straight wagers only.
3. Winning bets win, losing bets will be credited back within 1 hour of the game ending.
4. A maximum of $250 will be refunded as cash
5. Full Game Spread expected November 24th – 11pm EST 6. 1x Rollover on refunded bets

MyBookie $250 Risk Free Bet Terms & Conditions

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Additional Information:
The second annual Turkey Day Free Play is a celebration of our favorite NFL day of the year.
To start the day off right we are offering up to $250 Risk Free on your first cash wager against the full game spread on the Bears at Lions game November 28th, at 12:30 pm EST

What is a Risk Free Bet?
A Bet You Can’t Lose. Your first wager up to $250 against the full game spread on the Bears @ Lions game either wins or is returned to you as cash with a 1x Rollover.

Example:
Bet $250 on the Bears ATS.
Bears cover. You win.
Bears don’t cover. You get $250 credited to your account in cash for you to bet on anything else.

What is 1x Rollover?
If you lose your bet and it is credited as cash you will need to bet that amount 1x before you can withdraw.

2019 MyBookie Thanksgiving Day Preview

Thanksgiving Day starts in Motor City when the rival Chicago Bears come to town. Then, we head to Arlington for Big D’s matchup against the surprisingly good Buffalo Bills. Finally, the night ends in the Big Easy when the Atlanta Falcons battle the New Orleans Saints.

Remember to take advantage of your $250 Risk Free Bet on the Bears vs Lions Game – All customers can take advantage.

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2019 NFL Thanksgiving Day Betting Preview

When: Thursday, Nov. 28
Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions
Kickoff: 12:30pm ET
Where: Ford Field, Detroit, MI
TV: FOX
Radio: Bears / Lions
Live Stream: Fox Sports Go
Detroit often enters their Thanksgiving Day game hoping to salvage the season. How often have the Lions gone into Thanksgiving hoping beyond hope that they can just get a win? Not this season. Detroit is for real. The Lions are a legit contender to the NFC North along with Green Bay, Minnesota, and, yes, Nov. 28 opponent Chicago.

This year, Detroit’s Thanksgiving Day game means something more than just a checkmark victory. The Lions and Bears could be playing for first or second place in the NFC North Division, which means whomever takes the turkey leg on Nov. 28 could be in a great position to make the playoffs.

Buffalo Bills at Dallas Cowboys
Kickoff: 4:30pm ET
Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
TV: CBS
Radio: Bills / Cowboys
Live Stream: CBS Sports Live
The Cowboys are in disarray before Week 8, which means a victory on Thanksgiving Day will, most likely, be a do or die situation. Dallas has hopes of repeating as NFC East Division winners. This Thanksgiving Day game could be either the death knell for the Cowboys’ playoff hopes or the fire that lights the spark that leads to a division victory.

For the Buffalo Bills, playing on Thanksgiving gives them exposure that they haven’t had since Thurman Thomas ran the football and Jim Kelly threw it. Yep, the Bills are good for the first time since the early 1990’s. Think about that? It’s been that long since the Buffalo Bills fielded a team that could make waves in the playoffs!

Bills-Cowboys should be a game between a couple of potential playoff teams, making it as much drama filled as Lions-Bears in the earlier matchup.

New Orleans Saints at Atlanta Falcons
Kickoff: 8:20pm ET
Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
TV: NBC
Radio: Saints / Falcons
Live Stream: NBC Sports Live
By the time Thanksgiving rolls around, New Orleans should be jockeying for homefield advantage in the playoffs. This is the second year in a row the Saints battle the rival Atlanta Falcons on Thanksgiving Day. Last season, the game took place in New Orleans. This season, the game takes place in Atlanta.

Although the Falcons have no hopes of making the playoffs, they’d love to dominate the Saints and stop them from gaining homefield throughout the playoffs. Saints-Falcons is one of the most emotional rivalries in the NFL. The two franchises simply don’t like each other.

Because both teams exist in the south where the SEC rules, fans on both sides of the rivalry treat it like a college football game more than a pro game. So, even though the Saints are much better than the Falcons, don’t expect Atlanta to roll over. Especially at home where they will want to show their fans they can hang with New Orleans.

Three games with playoff implications, turkey, cranberry sauce, and overall gluttony? Sounds like a good time!

Get ready for the NFL on Thanksgiving Day!