FanDuel Sportsbook: MLB Same Game Parlay
FanDuel Sportsbook: MLB Same Game Parlay Plus
Now more than ever before, it’s impossible not to find a wild Parlay bet winning on the internet. One player puts $10 on a 10 leg parlay and walks away with thousands. With this increased popularity, it’s no wonder that all the top online sportsbooks are trying to take advantage of all the Parlay action. And what has come of this action are Same Game Parlays (SGP) where you can make multiple bets in the same game for a higher payout. At FanDuel Online Sportsbook, their new promo takes the guesswork out of your selections by making the picks for you with their Same Game Parlay of the day.
The MLB SGP+ of the day at FanDuel Online Sportsbook gives you the chance to bet small and win big should the parlay hit. For this promotion, FanDuel will take two matchups of the day in Major League Baseball and select 4 wagers from the two games and put them in a parlay. Some of the bets included in the promotions involve a team winning the game outright, covering the spread, or a number of prop bets. Some of the more popular prop bets involved include total number of hits, home runs, and total bases.
For example, the four bets for the 5/19 SGP+ promotion were for Ketel Marte to record 2+ total bases (-130), for the Arizona Diamondbacks to win the Moneyline (+112), for Rafael Devers to record a hit (-270), and for Ty France to record a hit (-240). Just betting on the Arizona side would give you +223 odds while just the Boston side would give you -113 odds. Combined with this promotion, you have +512 odds making a $100 wager payout to $512.36 should all the wagers hit.
This promotion cannot be combined with any other promotion or offer on FanDuel Sportsbook. Must be 21-plus and be present in states where FanDuel Sportsbook betting is legal. This promotion runs for the 2022 MLB season and is only eligible for Major League Baseball games on the FanDuel Online Sportsbook platform. There is no maximum wager for this promotion beyond the site maximum.