• emoney1214

    I received an email from a fanduel email account offering me free suite tickets (2-4 people) for the 12/9 Bucks. I was just wondering if anyone had received this offer/done this before. I wanted to make sure it wasn’t some type of scam and how the experience was. I believe I got the offer due to my relatively high volume. Unfortunately I can’t make it due to work, but I wanted to know in case something comes up in the future.

  • bowens1984

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    Wouldnt it make sense to email fanduel support directly to have them confirm it was a real offer if you think it might have been a scam?

  • ckamins87

    • 2016 DraftKings FBWC Finalist

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    Yes emoney, people get this all the time, and start threads with “Thanks Fanduel!” or “Thanks Draftkings!” One or the other is partners with every team essentially, so they have tickets to give away every game. Definitely not a scam. Curious why you would think it might be…did they ask you for info? I got tickets to raiders game twice, and both times my tickets were just at will call with no info exchanged since they already have it.

  • hpharri1994

    I’ll happily take some tickets to a Warriors game. Just putting that out there.

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