College Football Week 4 kicks off Thursday night and FanDuel has you covered with a Parlay Promo available to the majority of users.
FanDuel Promo Code: College Football Week 4
The last September weekend of College Football is here as Week 4 brings another great week of matchups. Wake Forest will host Clemson one Saturday in what will be a test for the Demon Deacons with Clemson's tough defensive front on full display. Most books, including Caesars Sportsbook, have Clemson as a seven-point favorite in this one.
No. 20 Florida heads to No. 11 Tennessee in what should be a test for Tennessee. This SEC rivalry has been one-sided of late with Florida taking 16 of the last 17 contests.
In the rare battle of 3-0 teams, Kansas and Duke square off (and this isn't a basketball affair). The last time Kansas was 3-0 to start a year was 2009 while Duke went 3-0 to start the year in 2018. Kansas is currently a seven point favorite at most books, including BetMGM.
What is the FanDuel Promo?
FanDuel Sportsbook customers in the U.S. are eligible to place a $20+ 4+ leg Same Game Parlay, Same Game Parlay Plus or Parlay wager for college football games from Thursday, Sept. 22 to Saturday, Sept. 24, and get $10 in free bets if the wager wins or loses.
How to Claim the FanDuel Promo
- Opt in to the promo on the app or website here.
- Place a $20+ 4+ leg SGP, SGP+ or Parlay on any college football game from 9/22-9/24.
- Win or lose, get $10 in free bets.
- The total price of the wager must be +400 or longer.
- Refunds will be credited within 72 hours.
Who Can Claim the FanDuel Promo?
FanDuel is offering this promo to all eligible bettors located across 16 states; they include:
* excluding the following parishes: Caldwell, Catahoula, Franklin, Jackson, LaSalle, Sabine, Union, West Carroll and Winn
Top Week 4 College Football Matchups
|No 5. Clemson vs. No. 21 Wake Forest||Saturday, Sept. 24||12 p.m. ET|
|No. 20 Florida vs. No. 11 Tennessee||Saturday, Sept. 24||3:30 p.m. ET|
|Wisconsin vs. No. 3 Ohio State||Saturday, Sept. 24||7:30 p.m. ET|
|Duke vs. Kansas||Saturday, Sept. 24||12 p.m. ET|
|Arkansas vs. Texas A&M||Saturday, Sept. 24||7 p.m. ET|