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Sports Equinox – Details, Odds & Betting Promos
Happy Sports Equinox to all who celebrate!
Monday October 30th marks the rare date on the calendar when all four major US sports play on the same day. This means betting odds are available tonight across all major sports markets.
What is the Sports Equinox?
The term “sports equinox” refers to a day when all four major US sports leagues—Major League Baseball (MLB), the National Basketball Association (NBA), the National Football League (NFL), and the National Hockey League (NHL)—have games scheduled on the same day.
The overlap of all four major sports leagues is a relatively rare occurrence that generally only happens 1-2 times a year.
It's a moment celebrated by sports fans and bettors because it offers a wide array of games to watch and bet on across many different sports on the same day.
Available Sports Equinox Odds
The MLB World Series highlights tonight's sports equinox with the Texas Rangers and Arizona Diamondbacks squaring off in Game 3.
Additionally. the Las Vegas Raiders take on the Detroit Lions in a compelling Monday Night Football clash while the NBA and NHL featuring a whole slate of games to choose from.
Depending on your betting preferences, you can find odds for various spreads, moneylines, and totals along with a whole slew of game and player prop markets. You can combine multiple wagers into a parlay or build a same-game parlay for your shot at a bigger pay day.
Best Sports Equinox Promos
For sports fans looking to get started at a new sportsbook, we've got you covered. Here are some top options to consider:
- Use BetMGM bonus code AMERICANGAMBLER and claim 1.5K in bonuses, paid back if you don't win.
- Use Caesars promo code JULIUS1000 and get a $1000 first bet on Caesars
- Claim a DraftKings promo code and claim $200 in bonus bets when you place your first bet of just $5.
Equinox betting promos are not limited to new customers. Existing customers can also claim their share of boosted odds and no-sweat bets by combining wagers across sports markets tonight.