How Much does it Cost to play on DraftKings?
I have received that question 10 times in the last 3 days on my e-mail.
(e-mail me, Robert Alan at email@example.com with any DraftKings questions).
If you more confident kind of fantasy player, any size deposit is good.
All new users will get a 100% bonus plus a free entry to a free paid cash game on DraftKings when you deposit.
$10 is more than enough to start playing weekly Fantasy Football on their Quarter Arcade games and you can be sure that your account is safe and secure.
If you go with just a $20 to $30 deposit, the $1 and $2 contests are perfect. This will give you plenty of entries and a chance to make your weekly player selection process take hold.
A $5o starting amount will be a comfortable amount to start on the $3 to $5 contests.
Our Basic Advice and Strategy has more on game selection and bankroll management.
There are also free games you can try like the $1000 Week one Free Roll.
The Quarter Arcade Contests offer all the excitement and challenge of fantasy football at a price everyone can afford.
Prize pools on the Quarter Arcade Contests have up to $10K in Guaranteed prize pools and award the 1st place finishers up to $500
$1 entry Contests like the Daily Dollar offer prize pools of $750 to $3000
$2 entry Contests have prize pools of $10K to $100K (you get a free ticket for any $2 game with any size deposit)
DraftKings has a very reasonable fee structure, almost all contests only charge 10% or less of the total buy-ins as their share of the action.
For example: On a $1 league buy-in, 90¢ from each player will go directly to the prize pool and DraftKings will collect their 10¢ fee. In this example a 10 player league will have a $9 prize pool to pay the winners.
DraftKings accepts all major Credit Cards and Pay Pal.
Are you in for Week One?.
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