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FOX Bet PA Will Give You 5x Your Money If Pirates Score a Run

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Major League Baseball is back in full swing and FOX Bet PA has a no-brainer special for new players to celebrate its return with an awesome new Pirates offer.

New players who register at FOX Bet PA ahead of Friday’s matchup between the Pirates and Brewers can grab a no-brainer 5x payout on Pittsburgh to score at least one run. 

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This offer does not require a massive first deposit or complicated play-through requirement. Instead, new players can simply sign up, make a $5 deposit, bet $5 on the Pirates to score at least one run, and receive a 5x payout if the Pirates get it done. This is the definition of a low-risk, high-reward proposition — and it’s targeted at a likely outcome.

Click here to get started with FOX Bet PA and get 5x your money if the Pirates score against the Brewers this Friday.

FOX Bet PA Promo: 5x Your Money if Pirates Score

A deep dive into early-season offensive statistics probably isn’t needed to explain the overall value of grabbing the Pirates to score at least a single run with a 5x payout, but let’s take a quick look at some important numbers.

The Pirates have scored in each of their 10 games this season. They are averaging 3.6 runs per game. While nobody is mistaking the Pittsburgh lineup as one of the game’s elite, the likelihood of it failing to score at least a single run against Milwaukee’s pitching staff is small.

How to Get This FOX Bet PA Promo

Getting started with FOX Bet PA to grab this offer is a quick and easy process, one that takes just a moment. Here’s how to get signed up and lock in this no-brainer bonus.

  • Click here to complete the registration process. Provide some general information.
  • Make a first deposit of at least $10 into a FOX Bet PA sportsbook account. Making a $10 deposit will activate the special odds.
  • Upon opening the app, place a $5 wager on the Pirates to score against the Brewers by finding this special in the promos tab. This must be the first real-money wager placed after making a deposit.
  • These odds are also located in the futures tab of the MLB betting menu.
  • Click the offer. Verify your wager amount. Confirm the bet.

If the Pirates score at least once against the Brewers this Friday during their series-opening matchup at American Family Field, FOX Bet PA will issue the 5x bonus payout within 24 hours of the game’s completion.

The $500 Risk-Free Bet Offer

While the above offer requires a small upfront commitment, some bettors want a little bit more upside in a new-player bonus.

That being said, FOX Bet also offers new players the opportunity to cash in on a $500 risk-free first bet.

In this case, new users can sign up using the same links on this page. Instead of using the 5x bonus with the first bet, make a first deposit of up to $500 and wager the same amount on any betting market. If the wager wins, FOX Bet will issue cash winnings. If it loses, a refund equivalent to the wager amount will be issued in site credit.

Click here to get started with FOX Bet PA and get 5x your money if the Pirates score against the Brewers this Friday.

FOX BET Sportsbook

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GET THE APP
NEW PLAYER BONUS$500
RISK FREE BET
BET NOW

Russ Joy is a sports betting editor for XL Media PLC, co-host of Snow The Goalie: A Flyers Podcast, a Flyers writer for CrossingBroad.com, and the Crossing Broad Podcast Network Director. A graduate of West Chester University of PA and California University of PA. Russ is also a husband and father of three. Follow him on Twitter: @JoyOnBroad Email: russell.joy@xlmedia.com

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