We have a First Basket Scorer special for Friday’s NBA Basketball. If your player does not score the 1st basket, but does score the 2nd or 3rd, you’ll get matched CrownBet Rewards Points up to $50.
*Australian Friday games only.
How To Claim:
- Register at CrownBet.com.au via this link
- Go to the CrownBet.com.au promotions page
- Follow the instruction
- Place a bet on the First Basket Scorer market for Friday’s NBA Basketball.
- If your selection does not score the first basket of the game, but scores the 2nd or 3rd, we’ll match your stake with CrownBet Rewards Points up to $50 by giving you 100 Points for every $1 placed (max $50) up to 5,000 Points!
- This offer is for NBA basketball games played on Friday in Australia.
- Points Structure: $10 bet=1,000 Points, $20 bet=2,000 Points, $30 bet=3,000 Points, $40 bet=4,000 Points, $50 bet=5,000 Points
Terms and Conditions
- This Offer applies to a member’s first bet placed on the First Basket Scorer market for each of Friday’s NBA games.
- This offer is for NBA basketball games played on Friday in Australia only.
- Your selection must not score the first basket of the game, but must score the 2nd or 3rd basket according to the official results to qualify for the CrownBet Rewards Points.
- First basket market includes field goals and free throws.
- Individual free throws are considered as separate baskets. Eg: If the same player scores two free throws to open the scoring, then Rewards Points will be awarded for the players who score the 3rd and 4th baskets of the game.
- This Offer excludes:
- NSW & SA residents
- Cashed out bets.
- Wagers placed over the phone.
- Wagers placed with Bonus Bets.
- The points will match a member’s stake up to $50 which means a maximum of 5,000 Bonus Points can be awarded. Any stake greater than $50 will receive the offer maximum of 5,000 Bonus Points (provided other conditions are met).
- The CrownBet Rewards? Points will be credited to a members account within 24 hours of the completion of the game.
* All Offers and Promotions posted in this article excludes NSW residents.