What a season it's been. Despite all the craziness of the last year, Football prevailed and delivered us some pretty epic action. While we're definitely gonna miss it, luckily we have the holy grail sporting events coming up to soften the blow before it leaves our screens for another 6 months-the Super Bowl.

This season, we had our best fantasy league yet with the help of FanDuel Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS). You might be thinking it's too late to get involved in fantasy football, but there's actually never a better time thanks to FanDuels flexible leagues that allow you to pick a totally new lineup every week! Plus, they have a pretty awesome new user offer for Super Bowl.

All of your questions answered below

How does FanDuel DFS work?

Unlike regular fantasy sports leagues, with FanDuel DFS, you get to choose an entirely new lineup every week! Here's the gist--each individual player has a salary value, and the total value of your team has to be less than your weekly cap. This means that your week won't be destroyed by injuries, and you can take more chances on some wildcard players.

Tell me more about their Super Bowl promotions. ?

To honor the best sporting day of the year, FanDuel DFS is extending some pretty awesome promos to their users. Firstly, you can play for free- no deposits required! FanDuel has a Big Game contest the weekend of the Super Bowl. That's a chance to win up to $3.55M in prizes.

On top of that, there's also Big Game Bingo! Deets below:

Aite, I'm in. How do I sign up?

Couldn't be easier! All you need to do is download the app or sign up online and register. It takes like two minutes, all you need to give them is some basic info like your name, address etc, and then you can put down a deposit and draft your dream team.

Football is almost over. Can I play any other type of fantasy sports?

As we said, NOW is the time to get into fantasy sports, but, fear not, when the NFL leaves us, there are tons more to keep you busy. FanDuel DFS has fantasy leagues for Baseball, Basketball, college or professional, MMA, Cricket, Darts, and everything else you can think of. But why not get your feet wet and start.

Anything else?

Yes- we love how easy it is to cash out with FanDuel DFS because not all fantasy sites are like this. You can deposit your winnings into your account at any time - no waiting period, no required minimum.

So while we're a little bummed to be coming to the end of the NFL season, we're pretty pumped for Superbowl Sunday and all of the awesome offers FanDuel are rolling out. It's set to be an epic day, so why not make the most of it and immerse yourself in the only fantasy sports league worth playing?

Man, this year has sucked. I've been a die-hard sports fan my whole life, so not having as much live action to watch the last few months has been rough. Every year, the start of the NBA season is usually like New Year's eve for me, and even though I'm really pumped to have Basketball back on our screens, I'm going to miss going to live games.

There's nothing like being there to witness the action in person. My buddies and I usually go to a ton of games every season, and always have a blast courtside, screaming our heads off at the game.

As I said, I'm still really happy to just have my favorite sport back on time, but this season is definitely clouded with a little disappointment for me. A lot of my friends always get involved in Fantasy Sports leagues, but I'm always way too engrossed in the live-action to pay attention.

Last season we didn't get to do anything and now that games still won't be in person, we were chatting about how badly we want to get back into the action. Our buddy Ryan told us he'd started using FanDuel Daily Fantasy Sports (DFS). I've seen FanDuel ads on TV but never thought about checking them out, but Ryan told us they have an insane offer for first-time users that we couldn't miss out on.

I wasn't sure that joining a fantasy league could fill the void of going to the games in person, but I decided to check it out anyway.

I've tried a couple of traditional leagues in the past, and always found them overcomplicated and most times, I ended up getting stuck with an awful lineup. But FanDuel DFS works differently than other leagues by allowing you to pick an entirely new line up every week!

It's pretty simple; each individual player has a salary value, and the total value of your team has to be less than your weekly cap. I really liked the idea of being able to draft a new dream team every week.

Signing up for a FanDuel account is actually really easy and can be done online or through their app, which is free to download and available for iOS and Android.

Then, all you have to do is provide some basic info, like your name and SSN, and you're good to go. I was hesitant to input my social, but then I realized they ask for it to keep all your info safe and stop coaches and players from playing.

I was really excited to get the ball rolling, thanks to FanDuel DFS's great offer for new users! They'll match 20% of your first deposit up to $500! Cashing out your winnings is easy and can be done at any time- all you have to do is link your bank account or debit card.

FanDuel DFS has fantasy leagues for NFL, MLB, and lots of other sports, too. Basketball is what I know, so I'm getting my feet wet with that first.

The NBA season is underway, and I gotta admit- FanDuel DFS definitely makes watching from home more exciting. Our group chat has been on fire, and I've even won a little cash. I'm still missing the live-action, but FanDuel DFS has put the excitement back into this NBA season for me.

*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.

I refuse to join fantasy leagues, and I'm a sports fanatic. I live for March Madness and the NBA season as a lifelong fan, but as far as other players on other teams go, I can't keep up with every little thing that happens. Plus, unlike my friends, I have a full-time job. While I've had a bit more free time given the current environment, I'll still pretty limited in terms of long time commitments even when sports come back live in a few weeks.

One day in our group chat, One Bite, my friend Anthony said he was signing up for FanDuel's Fantasy Sports League. I told him I was out - "Ok, you guys have fun" - and went back to my day while they talked about their picks. That Sunday, the group chat was going nuts. Two of them won money with FanDuel. I said, "Wait, already???"

I scrolled back up through the messages, trying to make sense of them- instead of committing to a 4-month league, the FanDuel App lets you switch up your teams on a weekly basis.For new users, there's a special offer running right now where FanDuel matches 20% of your first deposit, for a bonus of up to $500. This means if you deposit $2500 after you register, they'll match 20% of that deposit and put an additional $500 into your account!

For their fantasy basketball, you get to play on a week-to-week basis. I'd only need to research for a week-long period instead of a 4-month commitment, and I can opt-out if I'm really busy. This seriously changed things for me.

I went online to sign up - there's a FanDuel app, too, so I made a mental note to download it for my ride to work. After I put in my credit card info, they asked for my social security number and I panicked. Were all my friends getting scammed? I checked in and somebody said "scroll up, dude" - they'd also had this panic and checked the site - it's actually to avoid you getting scammed and to avoid professional coaches, players, or team owners from playing.

The website was really clear and easy to navigate - it wasn't a complicated bracket or excel doc. To start, there are Free Play contests where you can win money without putting anything down. Awesome.

I went to go pick my players for the week, excited by the $10,000 weekly prize pool. There's also a $100,000 prize pool for the season winners. Damn. We're doing College & NBA, but they also do, MLB, NHL, WNBA, soccer, and golf. They also do a bunch of giveaways and prop pick-em games which can be played even before sports are officially back live!!

Not gonna lie, I lost my first game. Hard. But three of my friends won this time and I won the next week! I only bet the $5 that FanDuel gave me for free, so it could have been worse. Now that they match my deposit amount, I'll be using the 20% deposit match amount for new opportunities!

With Fanduel, you get to pay yourself out immediately, and it's deposited into your bank account soon after. Sure, our group chat is mostly trash-talking now, but I'm already getting a head start on next season with FanDuel.

There's no doubt about it- it feels damn good to win. But the satisfaction of gloating to your friends can be made so much sweeter if you could make some money on it!

You may have been sitting on the sidelines instead of joining Fantasy leagues for fear of being stuck with the same bad line up for months, but that can all change with FanDuel. The sports betting site & app approached the world of fantasy sports a little differently.

You get to switch your teams up on a weekly basis, instead of being stuck with the same losers for months at a time. Each player has a salary value, and the total value of your team has to be less than your weekly cap.

Once you sign up online, you download the app and give them a little bit of info - your name and address, your card information, and your social security number (to make sure you're over 18 and to keep all your info secure). You'll get a free $5 deposit when you sign up. Plus, they have an awesome points system where you rack up points when you make any money bet - you'll accumulate points even if you lose. You can then use those points to bet too.

FanDuel has fantasy leagues for NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, soccer, and golf. If you're a total rookie, no sweat, they have online tutorials and hacks that'll make betting a breeze.

FanDuel also has some sick promo going on, and the latest is set to awesome. They have partnered with Mountain Dew to bring a 3pt Challenge Free-to-play game to new and existing users for NBA All-Star weekend. It's simple; the $25k prize will be evenly split between everyone who picks 5/5 questions correctly by Saturday, Feb 15th, before the challenge.

You can win if you don't play. So what are you waiting for?

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