Ja Morant and the Grizzlies take to the court for the Play-In Tournament on Wednesday night. (Photo by Jevone Moore/Icon Sportswire)
- Unibet is giving users in Pennsylvania & Indiana a sweet promo all week to celebrate the NBA Play-In Tournament
- All you need to do is bet $20 on the moneyline of a Play-In game this week, and you’ll be given $100 (IN) or $200 (PA) in free bets if your team hits a three-pointer
- See how to claim this offer at Unibet in your state below
With the NBA Play-In Tournament upon us and the official start of the postseason on Saturday, Unibet is giving users a layup of a promo to build their bankroll ahead of the weekend.
If you’re living in Pennsylvania or Indiana, all you need to do is place a $20 moneyline bet on one of this week’s Play-In games, and if your team hits a three pointer you win!
Users in Indiana will be given $100 in free bets, while users in Pennsylvania are receiving $200 if the three-pointer is made.
Sound like a good deal? Click below to head over to Unibet and claim this offer.
>> Claim Unibet NBA Play-In Tournament Promo in PA <<
>> Claim Unibet NBA Promo in IN <<
Unibet 10-1 Odds on Made Three-Pointer Promo
Further details on how to claim the Unibet offer ahead of the Play-In Tournament in Indiana and Pennsylvania are below.
- Bet $20 cash on the money line of an NBA play in game
- Get a $100 free bet (IN) or a $200 free bet (PA) if the team scores a 3 pointer. Valid for new players only
- This offer is for Unibet IN and PA only from May 18th – May 21
Best Bets to Make With Unibet Promo
With all teams likely guaranteed to cash in on the three-pointer part of the promo, you’d be wise to place your $20 moneyline bet on the Lakers as the biggest favorites in the opening play-in round.
For Indiana natives, the Pacers are dealing with a handful of injuries, but should have a good shot at downing the Hornets – who are over 10 games below .500 without Gordon Hayward in the lineup.
Once you’ve claimed the offer, check out our NBA odds page for daily lines, stats and more.
Mitch graduated from Ryerson University’s Sport Media program in June of 2018, and has been with SBD since 2019. He’s worked in broadcast and digital for the Score, Sportsnet, TSN & CBC and has done play-by-play work for basketball at all levels including NCAA, Pan Am Games & U Sports.