Bet365 Promo Gives NC Bettors Two Offers Worth $1,200

North Carolina online sports betting is now live, and Bet365 is one of eight operators currently accepting bets in the state.

To commemorate North Carolina becoming the 30th state to launch online sports betting, bettors in the Tar Heel State can choose one of two Bet365 Sportsbook NC launch offers today.

New Users Get up to $1,000 Bonus at Bet365
New Users Get up to $1,000 Bonus at Bet365
Up to $1,000
In Bonus Bets
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  • First Bet Safety Net up to $1,000, or Bet $5 Get $150 in Bonus Bets
  • 30% Extra on Same Game Parlay Profit
  • Gambling Problem? Call or text 1-800-GAMBLER 21+ 
  • Use Bonus Code: SHARPNC

Bet365 welcome offer No. 1: Bet $5, Get $200 in Bonus Bets

The simplest launch offer promotion from NC online sportsbooks is bonus bets delivered to your account when you place a qualifying bet.

Bet365’s first welcome offer is a Bet $5, Get $200 offer.

If you choose the Bet365 Bet and Get offer:

– Download the Bet365 Mobile Sports Betting app.

– Register by clicking the “SIGN UP NOW” button above.

– Make your first deposit of at least $10.

– Place a qualifying real money wager of at least $5.

– You’ll get $200 in Bonus Bets in your Bet365 account quickly. The terms indicate this could take as much as one hour.

Key terms for this offer

If you’re going to claim Bet365’s Bet and Get promo, here are a few key terms to keep in mind.

– Your $200 in bonus bets expire seven days after hitting your account, so use them quickly.

– You have 30 days from creating your account to take advantage of this offer.

– Bonus Bets cannot be withdrawn.

– Qualifying wagers for this offer include at least one bet of -500 odds or longer.

Offer No. 2: First Bet Safety Net up to $1,000 in Bonus Bets

Safety nets aren’t just for highwire acts. When you’re sitting in your comfy chair in the living room watching college basketball and placing $50 on your favorite team, you need security too. Not from falling three hundred feet: but for that first bet.

Bet365’s First Bet Safety Net up to $1,000 does just that, and this deal is unique among North Carolina sportsbook bonus offers. Here’s how it works.

– Create your Bet365 Sportsbook account.

– Deposit at least $10 in your account.

– Place your first bet using real money, and if it fails to win, you get that amount (up to $1,000) in your account in betting credits.

– Use your bet credits on moneyline, spread, game and player props.

Key terms for this offer

Bet365’s First Bet Safety Net offer also has some important key terms to remember.

– This promo is available to new Bet365 customers only.

– A $10 deposit is required.

– Offer must be claimed within 30 days of account creation.

– Only bets placed with cash are eligible to receive this offer. Bets placed in part with cash and in part with bonus bets are only eligible for the amount wagered in cash.

– This offer applies to the bettor’s first wager on the site.

– Your bonus bets expire seven days after hitting your account.

Bet365 enters North Carolina as a seasoned dark horse

Many North Carolina sports bettors may be newbies to the activity. Bet365 Sportsbook is a great choice for them.

The British company launched in 2000, making it one of the oldest established sports betting platforms in the world. Customers will find great odds on hundreds of sporting events, like March Madness, the NBA, NHL, NASCAR, and much more.

Bet365 enters the North Carolina sports betting market through a deal with the Charlotte Hornets. The partnership gives Bet365 NC market access and means NBA fans will see plenty of Bet365 at the Spectrum Center and during local Hornets broadcasts.

The British book has experience and a wide menu of betting options to appeal to all bettors. When choosing a sportsbook in North Carolina, Bet365 checks a lot of important boxes and is worth a look for its excellent launch offers.

About the Author

Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes writes about sports betting, sports media, and sports betting legislative matters. He's the author of three books, and previously reported for Major League Baseball, as well as the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.