Update March 5: The DraftKings Illinois promo code for a special launch bonus has now, sadly passed. The good news is that you can claim a $50 free bet plus a $1,000 deposit match bonus offer today and can complete registration online. This means new bettors don’t need to travel to Casino Queen at East Saint Louis before placing their first bet!
How To Claim The DraftKings Illinois Promo Code
It’s finally fast and easy to claim the DraftKings Illinois promo code, because you’ll no longer have to go to Casino Queen in East St. Louis to complete registration. Instead, you can simply sign up at DraftKings now, then wait until 12:01 AM on March 5, 2022, which is when the in-person registration requirement expires. Complete registration anytime after that point, and the $50 free bet will be immediately available in your DraftKings Illinois account.
Illinois Sports You Can Bet Free Starting March 5
Obviously, DraftKings Illinois offers a huge selection of sports for betting, from the NBA, NHL, and college basketball to European soccer, PGA golf, and MMA fights. But if you’re in Illinois, chances are you’ve been itching to bet for free on your state’s teams. Here are some of the top competitions ripe for your $100 free bet with the DraftKings Illinois promo code.
- 🏒 March 5 @ 2:00 PM: Chicago Blackhawks vs. Philadelphia Flyers
- ⚽ March 5 @ 5:00 PM: Chicago Fire vs. Orlando City
- 🏒 March 6 @ 6:00 PM: Chicago Blackhawks vs. TB Lightning
- 🏀 March 7 @ 6:00 PM: Chicago Bulls vs. 76ers
DraftKings Sportsbook offers same-game parlays, tons of prop bets, and other exciting options beyond the standard moneyline, points spread, and over/under total points bets. You could also parlay all four Chicago sports games if you so choose.
What About College Sports?
You can bet on all college sporting events online at DraftKings Sportsbook except for in-state college schools. However, you can bet on in-state college schools in-person at retail sportsbooks, including DraftKings at Casino Queen in East St. Louis. The only restrictions will be player prop bets and in-game live betting, which is still restricted per state law, even at a retail sportsbook.