Crab Sports, one of the leading sports betting platforms in Maryland, has just rolled out a thrilling new promotion exclusively for new players residing in the state. This move is seen as a strategic step to attract and welcome new bettors to their platform, offering them an enticing start to their betting journey.
The promotion, detailed by Crab Sports, promises a “First Bet Insurance” for new players who place their initial bet with the Crab sports promo code and meet certain criteria. Specifically, if a new player’s create an account with our Promo Code “USGAMB“, bet of up to $500 at odds of -120 or longer and doesn’t win, they will be awarded a Bonus Bet instead. The amount of this Bonus Bet will be rounded down to the nearest $25 if the initial bet isn’t a multiple of $25. For instance, a bet of $160 would secure a $150 Bonus Bet.
However, there are a few things to note:
- Winning the first bet means the player won’t qualify for the Bonus Bet.
- The minimum bet to be eligible for this promotion is $25.
- The Bonus Bet will be credited to eligible players within 72 hours.
- Players must use their Bonus Bet within a week of receiving it.
- The Bonus Bet can be used on any sport or event, but the odds must be -110 or longer.
Crab Sports has emphasized that this promotion is a one-time offer for each new player and is valid from 10/24/2023 to 12/31/2023. Players must be 21 years or older and physically present in Maryland to participate.
When asked about this new promotion, a representative from Crab Sports stated, “We’re always looking for ways to enhance the betting experience for our users. This promotion is our way of welcoming new players in Maryland to the exciting world of sports betting with Crab Sports.”
For those who might have reservations or second thoughts about the promotion, Crab Sports offers an opt-out option. Players can simply contact customer support to withdraw from the promotion.
As always, Crab Sports encourages responsible gambling and urges players to seek help if they feel they might have a gambling problem.