Fantasydraft Promo Code
There is no Fantasydraft promo code currently available on the official website, but Fantasydraft app offers some great bonus deals for the current DFS football players (cashbacks and rake-ree contests). Unfortunately, as of 2019, there is no Fantasy Draft deposit bonus or other welcome sign up promotions offered, but coupons may become available closer to or in 2020.
Fantasydraft Rewards & Bonus Promotions
Instead of a FantasyDraft sign up bonus you can get this promotional offer (but only if you are an existing player) – a limited-time 4% cashback bonus of up to $200. It can last up to 90 days. No FantasyDraft promo code (coupon code) is required to redeem this offer in 2019/2020. Read about the Fantasy Draft terms and DFS football rules here.
FantasyDraft LLC – based in Charlotte, North Carolina – launched rake free daily fantasy site FantasyDraft.com in late 2014, and hosted its first paid-for games on December 7 that year – tempting players with a $400,000 prize pool on its opening weekend. Mobile apps available in Google Play and AppStore.
While big prize-money and celebrity endorsements – from baseball star Clayton Kershaw and basketball’s Kevin Love to football stars Drew Brees, Andy Dalton, Jordy Nelson, TY Hilton and NFL legend Boomer Esiason – has attracted gamers, rake-free daily fantasy competitions, in which all the money in the prize-pot is distributed among game winners, has been a smart long-term marketing tool.
Also popular is a referral scheme that sees players rewarded for bringing friends aboard, and again if those friends refer other players … all the way to six degrees of separation from the original player.
A relative new-kid on the DFS block, FantasyDraft has managed to survive where other operators that opened in a blaze of glory haven’t, and has cemented its place as third-biggest DFS option in the USA, behind FanDuel and DraftKing.
What is Rake in DFS?
Play DFS football with rake free app. Rake is the portion of your entry fee dollars that daily fantasy sites keep as revenue, these funds do not go to prize pools. In total, according to the Fantasy Draft research DFS players lose 30% of their winnings to rake fees. See more at FantasyDraft.com – the rake free daily Fantasy betting platform and mobile app that (claiming) does not want you to pay extra fees in DFS contests. This is their promotion, not bad taking into account that Fantasy draft does not offer any sign up bonus deals and coupon codes to new players.
Use this rake calculator to see your numbers before entering any DFS contests. On FantasyDraft, the prize pool would be $14,950 higher!
Fantasydraft.com Legal States
Anyone of the age of majority in their US home states (or provinces in Canada) can play FantasyDraft (via app or desktop) – EXCEPT those residents of Arizona, Delaware, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Louisiana, Montana, Nevada and Washington State, where no one can legally play these Daily Fantasy NFL, MLB, MLS and other sports games.
How to sign up
- Register on the fantasydraft.com – click the link, create a username and password, list your state or province … and confirm you are not a robot.
- Deposit money – using your credit card or PayPal account. NB – you do not have to do this straightaway. As with other sites, you can play for free at FantasyDraft (and it’s a good idea for newcomers to get to grips with the DFS site and the games).
- Once you decide to play for real money, hit the Deposit tab (near your account username). Doing so will pull up a Deposit screen, which offers $200, $50 or $25 deposit amount options. There is also a link that will let you deposit as little as $10.
- Choose your sport – FantasyDraft currently offers DFS games covering the following sports: NFL, MLB, NBA, PGA, NHL. Its breadth of sports is not as great as the big-two DFS operators, FanDuel and DraftKing, but it covers the main ones – and the limited options do mean it is less complicated to follow.
- Play – pick a game, tournament or join a league; select your team; and play…
FantasyDraft Contests and Lineups
FantasyDraft NFL footballers entry fee – from min. $1, max – $5000. No bonus code provided.
- Guaranteed Fantasydraft Prize Pools (GPP) – aka Tournaments that run the length of a competition or season – with prizes, often of cash, for players whose fantasy teams finish higher in the league, according to the prize purse. The player who finishes at the top of the table wins the most money, with the sums declining the further down the field. Usually those in the top 15 percent or so will win some money.
- 50/50 – In a 50/50 league, participants who finish in the top half of their ‘league’ win cash prizes. Those who finish in the bottom half win nothing.
- Head-to-Head (H2H) at Fantasydraft – Competitors buy in to play against friends or randomly chosen opponents, and place money on the outcome of a ‘match’ based on their players’ performances in a given weekend. The player whose team racks up the most points wins the pot.
- Multiplier – Similar to a 50/50 competition
- Qualifiers – as the name suggests, a qualifying game for a future contest that is usually linked to a big-prize Current Promotion game
- Current Fantasydraft Promotion – The game of the moment. Big prizes, big incentives, big entry fields…
All contests vary by size in terms of players you’re competing against and entry fees: from $1 to almost unlimited.
Fantasy Draft Football Strategy, Tips and Expert Videos
Watch FantasyDraft expert videos to learn how to draft a team, participate in DFS contest, manage your Daily Fantasy bankroll and develop your best Fantasy football strategy. You can also read articles in AmericanGambler.com’s Daily Fantasy Sports Betting section.
At FantasyDraft DFS you can deposit cash and withdraw winnings using a PayPal account, or check. Payments via the former should arrive in your account in two days, while you should expect to wait seven to 10 days for a check withdrawal request to be processed.
FantasyDraft runs on all major web browsers and is also mobile-friendly. Users can sign up, manage their account and compete in contests from their laptop, desktop, phone or tablet – but no app is currently available.
As well as a comprehensive FAQ section, and how-to-play section featuring videos and rule explanations, FantasyDraft DFS has the gamut of online support options. You can complete an online form for additional help from a real person, or – once you’re signed up – use the live chat function.