Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins handing the ball off to Dalvin Cook during a football game.

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins (8) hands the ball off to running back Dalvin Cook (33) during the first half of an NFL football game against the Green Bay Packers, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn)

  • Pittsburgh visits Minnesota in a significant cross-conference affair on Thursday in Week 14 (Dec. 9)
  • Big promo codes, odds boosts, and risk-free bets are available from the country’s biggest sportsbooks
  • See the available offers and links to claim the signup bonuses and promotions

Two teams on the fringe of the playoff picture in their respective conferences will meet in a pivotal game on Thursday Night Football in Week 14. With just five games remaining, the Pittsburgh Steelers (6-5-1) sit eighth in the AFC, half a game behind the Bills, Bengals, and Chargers for the final playoff berth in the conference. In the NFC, the Minnesota Vikings (5-7) are ninth, one game behind the 49ers for the final playoff berth (with the 6-7 Eagles in between).

Neither team can afford a loss this Thursday (5:15 pm ET, Dec. 9th) and bettors can ill-afford to lose out on the big bonus offers available for the game from the nation’s leading sportsbooks.

Below, see the biggest and best sportsbook promos for Steelers/Vikings and instructions on how to claim them.

Steelers vs Vikings Promos

In addition to these offers, there is a Caesars Sportsbook free bet match up to $1,001 available for Thursday Night Football. Sign up and make your deposit up to $1,001 – and Caesars will give you a free bet equal to the amount of your first wager, regardless of whether that wager wins or loses.

Get Barstool’s $1,000 Risk-Free Bet

This offer from Barstool is pretty straightforward. Sign-up (using the link in the table or the banner ad below), complete the registration process, and deposit some money. Then make a real-money wager on any market at the sportsbook. If that wager is graded as a loss, Barstool will credit your account with “sportsbook cash” equal to the amount of your wager.

What is “sportsbook cash”? It’s simply cash that has to be wagered at the sportsbook before it can be withdrawn. In other words, there is a one-time rollover on the bonus money. But other than that, it is a straight-up cash bonus.

Claim BetMGM’s 200-1 Touchdown Bonus

This sign-up offer from BetMGM is a fun one and perfect for bettors who don’t want to risk a lot. After registering at the sportsbook via one of the links in this article, simply deposit at least $10 and then place a $10 moneyline bet on either the Steelers or Vikings. If the team you bet on – it can be either one – scores at least one touchdown, you will get a $200 bonus in the form of free bets.

Note that free bets are not equivalent to cash. When you win a wager with a free bet, you do not receive the stake back as part of the return. You only receive the profit. A $200 free bet at -110 odds would return $182.

Claim DraftKings’ $1,050 Sign-Up Offer

DraftKings’ big sign-up incentive is a $1,050 welcome package. This takes the form of a $1,000 deposit bonus plus a $50 free bet to use right away.

The deposit bonus is a little different than what most sportsbooks are offering right now. Here’s how it works. DraftKings will give customers 20% of their first deposit, up to $1,000. So in order to be eligible for the full $1,000 deposit bonus, customers must deposit $5,000.

The bonus money is not rewarded straight away. For every $25 bet at the DraftKings sportsbook, DFS site, or casino, the customer will receive $1 of their bonus money.  In order to get the full $1,000 in bonus funds, bettors will have to wager $25,000. That probably sounds like a lot, and this bonus is certainly not for everyone, but if you have the financial means to deposit $5,000 and plan on betting regularly, it won’t take as long as you think to wager $25,000.

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