Win From Home With FanDuel

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*U.S. or Canada residents only. Must be 18+ (21+ in MA, 19+ in AL). Users physically located in Arizona, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada, and Washington are not eligible to participate or earn rewards in paid daily fantasy sports contests. FanDuel makes no representation that participation in paid-entry fantasy sports contests is lawful under Texas state law. Void where prohibited.

Tired of working from home? I think the whole world is. While we all struggle to figure out where the work day ends and relaxation time begins, it's important we all find a way to have a little fun.

As live sports are slowly starting to come back (woooo), everyone's favorite daily fantasy app, FanDuel is finding new and awesome ways to help you keep the good times going at home.

Forget working from home, it's time to win from home. FanDuel's WinFH Daily Props is here! Every day, you have a chance to win a share of $1,000 if you answer 5/5 questions correctly. Just pick 5 free props daily, and if you get at least 25/35 right over the course of the week, you get a share of the $1,000 weekly payout. The weekly competition ends on a Tuesday, you get paid out on Wednesday, and then you can dive right in and play again.

Think of it kinda like bar trivia, the questions will be random but not too difficult.

Signing up for a FanDuel DFS account is easy. You can do so online, or download the app for iOs or Android from the app store. They'll ask you for some basic info to set up an account, like your name and credit card and then you're good to go.

The app couldn't be easier to use, and making deposit and cashing out your winnings couldn't be easier- simply link your debit card or bank account.

If you're in a funk and need a little fun, get in on the action with FanDuel's WinFH daily props. It's free to play, tones of fun and who knows, you might win big!

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