What to expect this week from WynnBET: Promos, new markets and more

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Welcome to the weekly preview of what you can find on WynnBET for the week of September 13. Here, you’ll be able to find all of WynnBET’s latest promotions, new markets and relevant betting information for major upcoming events.

Wynn Wednesday

Any WynnBET patron that places a minimum of $100 from Monday to Sunday each week and opts-into the promotion will be eligible to receive a $20 free bet each Wednesday. The $20 free bet must be used on a single event, such as the spread, money line or total on a game.

$1,000 Risk-Free Bet - Special Feature in Arizona

All players that sign up for WynnBET, complete registration and make a qualifying deposit will receive a $1,000 risk-free bet. For users in Arizona, you can pre-register to receive the $1,000 risk-free bet as well as a $200 single-event free bet until Sept. 19.

New Betting Features/Recent Betting Information

“Build Your Own Bet,” or B.Y.O.B, has become a new hot concept on WynnBET where bettors can have a list of alternate spreads, alternate totals, player props, etc.

A patron can place a parlay in the SAME GAME to boost and enhance not only their payout, but their experience while watching the games as well. Please be sure to download the WynnBET app or visit us on our desktop client to find the games available for “Build Your Own Bet.”

The money line favorites on WynnBET surprisingly went just 6-8 during Sunday’s 14-game Week 1 slate. The money line favorites that won in Week 1 on WynnBET were the San Francisco 49ers (-420), Seattle Seahawks (-160), Carolina Panthers (-195), Denver Broncos (-150), Kansas City Chiefs (-240) and Los Angeles Rams (-390).

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Upcoming Games – NFL Week 2

Following Monday Night Football from Las Vegas, the NFL will start Week 2 with an NFC East rivalry game between the New York Giants and the Washington Football Team Thursday. Each team comes off a loss in its season-opener, with Washington currently the favorite on WynnBET at -4. The total is 42.5. The under hit in both the Giants' and Washington's first games.

Other Early Lines for Notable Week 2 Games on WynnBET

New Orleans Saints (-3 –115) at Carolina Panthers, Total: 46

Buffalo Bills (-3.5) at Miami Dolphins, Total: 47.5

San Francisco 49ers (-3 –115) at Philadelphia Eagles, Total: 48

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-12.5) at Atlanta Falcons, Total: 52.5

Tennessee Titans at Seattle Seahawks (-6 –105,) Total: 52.5

Upcoming College Football Games - Week 3

Friday Action on WynnBET:

UCF (-7.5) at Louisville, Total: 69

Notable Saturday Games on WynnBET:

Michigan State at Miami Fla. (-6 –105), Total: 55

Nebraska at Oklahoma (-22), Total: 61

Alabama (-15.5) at Florida, Total: 56

Auburn at Penn State (-6.5), Total: 52.5

Fresno State at UCLA –10, Total: 61

Updated Notable College Football Championship + Conference Winner Odds

Alabama: +180

  • To Win SEC: -190

Georgia: +320

  • To Win SEC: +210

Oklahoma: +650

  • To Win Big 12: -250

Clemson: +1200

  • To Win ACC: -475

Ohio State: +1500

  • To Win Big 10: -125

Field: +2000

Oregon: +3000

  • To Win Pac 12: +175

Penn State: +4000

  • To Win Big 10: +350

Iowa: +6000

  • To Win Big 10: +350

Notre Dame: +6000

Michigan: +8000

  • To Win Big 10: +2000

Ole Miss: +10000

  • To Win SEC: +4000

Arizona State: +10000

  • To Win Pac 12: +450

Updated Heisman Trophy Winner Odds

Bryce Young (Alabama): +230

Matt Corral (Ole Miss): +600

Spencer Rattler (Oklahoma): +600

Field: +800

Desmond Ridder (Cincinatti): +2000

DJ Uiagalelei (Clemson): +2500

JT Daniels (Georgia): +3000

Bijan Robinson (Texas) : +4000

CJ Stroud (Ohio State): +4000

Dorian Thompson-Robinson (UCLA): +4000

Jack Coan (Notre Dame): +8000

Anthony Brown (Oregon): +10000

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Check back next week for another round of updated markets and promotions on WynnBET!

* All odds and betting promotions as of September 12 and are subject to change.