Unibet Masters Promo Offers 5-1 Odds on Any Golfer to Make the Cut


Unibet Masters Promo - Bryson Dechambeau

Bryson DeChambeau watches his tee shot on the second hole during the final round of The Players Championship golf tournament Sunday, March 14, 2021, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

  • Unibet Sportsbook is offering an insane promo for any player to make the cut at the 2021 Masters
  • The promo gives players in Pennsylvania or Indiana 5-1 odds on their selected golfer
  • Read below for all the details surrounding this offer at Unibet for the upcoming tournament at Augusta

The Masters is back, again. Golfers and fans were saying bye to Augusta in November 2020 to only welcome back this prestigious tournament five months later. Not only is the field packed with elite talent, but Unibetโ€™s Masters promo will make this tournament even more exciting for everyone.

Unibet is offering new players that place at least a $20 bet on any golfer to win the Masters will receive a $100 free bet if their player makes the cut. That is equivalent to 5-1 odds (+500). Here are the full details of the promo:

Unibet 5-1 Masters Promo

  • The offer at Unibet runs from April 5th at 12:00 AM EST to April 7th, 2021 at 11:59 PM EST
  • Promo is only available to new users in Pennsylvania or Indiana
  • Sign up using the code MASTERS100 at registration
  • Must make a deposit of $10 or more to claim the offer
  • Once the deposit is made, place a minimum $20 cash bet on a golfer to win the Masters outright
  • Players will receive the $100 free bet on April 12th at 5 PM EST if their player makes the cut

Jon Rahm and Justin Thomas are both listed at 11-1 (+1100) to win the Masters but are listed at -1100 to make the cut. By claiming this promotion below, Unibet is making strategic betting way easier at this yearโ€™s Masters Tournament!

>> Claim Your 5-1 Unibet Promo in PA <<

If youโ€™re a new user from Indiana, use the link below.

>> Claim Your 5-1 Unibet Promo in IN <<

Best Way to Use Unibet Promo

Claiming the offer at Unibet is half the battle! Once claiming the offer, picking the right golfer to ensure you receive the $100 free bet is key.

Here is a list of the golfers with the best odds to win the 2021 Masters:

Odds to Make the Cut at The Masters

Golfer Odds to Make the Cut
Bryson DeChambeau -1150
Dustin Johnson -1100
Justin Thomas -1100
Jon Rahm -1100
Jordan Spieth -1000
Patrick Cantlay -1000
Tony Finau -800
Rory McIlroy -700
Xander Schauffele -700
Collin Morikawa -700

Johnson, DeChambeau, Spieth, Thomas, and Rahm have a combined 30 starts between the five of them with only one missed cut. So, making a bet on any of the guys within the top five odds to win would be a smart bet.

Out of those five golfers, Jon Rahm and Bryson DeChambeau stick out. Jon Rahm has three Top 10โ€™s in his last three starts at Augusta and is a new father after his wife gave birth to Kepa Cahill Rahm this past Saturday. This could boost Rahmโ€™s motivation, along with entering the tournament in good form.

DeChambeau always takes heat as a betting favorite due to his erratic driver. However, DeChambeau has expressed he will be taking a more conservative approach with his driver this week. That doesnโ€™t mean he wonโ€™t be hitting 330-yard bombs every hole, but he clearly has a more ironed out strategy this time around. DeChambeauโ€™s best finish was his first start at the Masters in, 2016 where he placed 21st.

2021 Masters Odds Tracker

Patrick Cantlay would be a solid option as well, as you look a little further down the odds list above. Cantlay finished 17th at the most recent Masters and ninth in 2019. Before missing the cut at THE PLAYERS Championship, Cantlay had six straight Top 20s and has certainly been one of the best golfers on Tour this season.


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