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Jordan Addison of the Minnesota Vikings tries to make a catch against the San Francisco 49ers, and we offer new U.S. bettors our exclusive BetMGM bonus code.
Jordan Addison of the Minnesota Vikings tries to make a catch against the San Francisco 49ers. Photo by David Berding/Getty Images via AFP.

The Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears square off on Monday Night Football, and new U.S. bettors can receive $1,500 in bonus bets with this BetMGM bonus code.

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BetMGM bonus code for Bears vs. Vikings

The Minnesota Vikings host the Chicago Bears on Monday night after beating them in Week 6. For further analysis of the Monday Night Football game, check out our Bears vs. Vikings predictions, Bears vs. Vikings player props, Justin Fields player props, Josh Dobbs player props, and our anytime touchdown scorer predictions!

Minnesota (6-5) walked out of Chicago with a 19-13 victory the last time these teams met. That fueled a five-game winning streak for the Vikings that just ended last week.

Vikings star wide receiver Justin Jefferson won't play Monday, leaving rookie Jordan Addison as the top wideout once again.

For the Bears, they're positioned to have a couple of high picks in next year's NFL draft, and they must decide whether Justin Fields is their long-term answer at quarterback.

Fields has completed 62.7% of his passes for 1,370 yards, 12 touchdowns, and six interceptions in seven games. He also has rushed for 341 yards and a touchdown.

The signal-caller was injured in the Week 6 contest, so he'll be out for revenge on Monday night.

Meanwhile, Vikings quarterback Josh Dobbs has been solid since replacing Kirk Cousins. He's passed for 647 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception in three games with Minnesota, and he has rushed for 131 yards and three touchdowns.

On the injury front, Bears running back D'Onta Foreman (ankle/shin), guard Larry Borom (illness), linebacker Noah Sewell (knee), and cornerback Tyrique Stevenson (ankle) were ruled out.

For the Vikings, cornerback Akayleb Evans (calf) also practiced Saturday but remains questionable.

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How the BetMGM bonus code works

Follow these steps below to redeem your BetMGM promo code quickly and efficiently:

  1. Register for an account on the BetMGM website or mobile app by clicking here. Use our exclusive BetMGM bonus code SBRBONUS.
  2. Pick your state. Those living in DC, Mississippi, Nevada, and New York are not eligible.
  3. Follow the prompts and enter the necessary personal information: Your name, age, location, etc.
  4. Make a first-time deposit of at least $10.
  5. Place your first real money wager at BetMGM. If your bet loses, the sportsbook will refund your account with bonus bets up to $1,500.

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Who can claim a BetMGM bonus code?

This promo code is available to any new customer located in one of the following states:

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