There’s Still Time To Use The BetMGM Stanley Cup Overtime Insurance Offer!

BetMGM Sportsbook is well known for some great value offers, especially for those that include either Same Game Parlay bonuses, or Insurance offers.

And you can enjoy the latter right now on the site for the remaining Stanley Cup games taking place over the next few days.

Currently, the Colorado Avalanche stand just one game away from lifting the famous trophy after their Game 4 overtime victory in Tampa last night saw them extend their lead in the series to 3-1.

So, you may just have one more chance to get your hands on this offer over this coming weekend, so now is the time to strike!

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BetMGM Stanley Cup Final Overtime Insurance

Is there a worse feeling than watching your team force overtime but then go on to lose the game? Well perhaps the only thing worse is witnessing the above and having some money riding on your team to land the victory!

Well BetMGM Sportsbook’s Stanley Cup Overtime Insurance offer will ensure that even if your team goes down in overtime, your bet won’t be completely lost too.

That’s because if you place a moneyline bet with BetMGM on either the Colorado Avalanche or the Tampa Bay Lightning to win the game, and the team you back loses in overtime, then BetMGM will refund your stake in full up to $25.

Here’s how to claim the offer.

  1. Log in to your BetMGM Sportsbook account (or sign up if you do not already hold an account with the sportsbook).
  2. Head over to the promotions section, click on the Stanley Cup Finals Overtime Insurance offer and click the brown Opt In button to enroll in this bonus.
  3. Click the Bet Now button at the foot of the offer page and then place a bet on the moneyline market of the next Stanley Cup Finals game. If you don’t have any cash in your balance, you may need to make a deposit first.
  4. Sit back and watch the game!

If your team wins, then your bet will be paid out as a standard winning moneyline bet, but if your team forces overtime and then loses, then BetMGM will refund the first $25 of your stake as a free bet.

You can then use this Free Bet on another bet on the site, with standard Free Bet rules applying to the bet (chiefly that your stake money won’t be returned, only your winnings if your Free Bet ends up being a winner).

Stanley Cup Game 5 Latest

After a dramatic Game 4, which saw the Avalanche land a 3-2 overtime win in Florida (thus ensuring a payout for those that opted in to the offer and placed a moneyline bet on the Lightning), we head back to Colorado for the fifth and potentially decisive game in the series.

That game is slated for Friday night, with Games 6 and 7 to follow on if required on Sunday and Tuesday.

Nazem Kadri’s winner in Game 4 overtime may have been controversial to Lightning fans eyes, with the Avalanche seeming to have too many players on the ice when Kadri struck the winner, but that will only add further spice to Game 5 on Friday night.

And remember, if you want to access this offer, that may well be your last chance to do so this year!


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