Looking for a TV promo code to sign up on FanDuel? While it has never been on TV, (yet), you can get the same 5 free entries promotion as you have seen on TV, by clicking on one of the links on this page.
I update this page almost daily, and check FanDuel stats to ensure the bonus is active. Others have successfully gotten this promotion, and while there has never been a problem yet, should you have any questions before or after signing up via one of the FanDuel links on this page, please feel free to email me, Steve, personally at email@example.com, and I’ll work with my contacts at FanDuel to ensure you are credited the 5 free entries as you should.
I should note here that I am an approved FanDuel.com affiliate, and will receive a commission should you register on the site via one of the links on this page.
If you’re ready to start playing fantasy football, or baseball, basketball, etc. online, you’re in good company, as the burgeoning daily fantasy sports is taking off. In 2015, over 56 million people in the United States and Canada played it at one time or another, according to the Fantasy Sports Trade Association.
They also say that 66% of all daily fantasy sports players are male, that the average age is 37, and that players tend to have a higher-than-average income.
Either way, much of the explosive growth in daily fantasy sports is a result of numerous TV ads which broadcast a promo code, allowing you to score a deposit bonus when signing up with FanDuel. As you may have noticed, these commercials and corresponding promo codes are everywhere on TV.
In fact, you may be here on this page after trying to remember a promo code advertised during a game. But while I can’t tell you what station you may have seen a code on, (CBS, NBS, ESPN, etc.), I can tell you that you get the same promo terms by clicking on one of the links on this page. No promo codes are necessary.
Please note that this only applies to players brand new to FanDuel.
The 5 free entries are valued up to $10 per entry, (the exact amount depends on your initial deposit), and are valid for beginner heads-up NFL contests. The maximum value of your five free 5 entries is $50.
More on the Daily Fantasy Sports and the TV FanDuel Promo Code
FanDuel is the world’s most popular daily fantasy sports site, with over one million active users. In addition, Forbes has recently reported that FanDuel now has a valuation estimated at $1.3 billion.
(Related: FanDuel radio promo code)
Which is why nearly every televised sporting event will have at least a few commercials for daily fantasy sports sites like FanDuel, or the second most popular site, DraftKings. In fact, NBC has been known to run FanDuel promo codes on TV a lot, since NBC is a part owner of the site. (NBC Sports Ventures was part of a group of investors that put $70 million into FanDuel in the fall of 2014).
For their part, ESPN’s parent company, Disney, was very close to pumping $250 million into FanDuel’s rival, DraftKings, for a reported 20% stake in the company. However Disney backed out of the proposed deal.
All of this is to say that due to the popularity of daily fantasy sports (dfs), and the increasing number of media/dfs alliances, it is likely that – in the future – any sport or pseudo sport shown on TV will be surrounded by wall-to-wall TV commercials advertising either a DraftKings or FanDuel promo code.
I can’t speak for what every code may be. What I can say is that if you’re looking to join FanDuel, and forgot what the TV promo code was, know that you can get the same 100% money back guarantee when losing your first game by typing in: GJ100. (Photos courtesy of Keith Allison and Eva Rinaldi via Flickr).