5Dimes Academy Award Betting
5Dimes is one of the top sports betting outlets in the gaming industry. With plenty of betting options on sports and excellent customer service they are one of the elite sports books to wager at. What many people don’t know is that 5Dimes is not all about betting on sports. They also offer some of the best prop betting in the world of entertainment.
This Sunday, February 24th, the entertainment world will be abuzz as the Academy Awards will be given out to the best and brightest stars in Hollywood. 5Dimes has a variety of props as well as futures posted for this star studded event.
The biggest award given out is the best picture and the odds are out at 5Dimes. Argo is the favorite listed at (-600) with Lincoln coming in at next at (+550). Whether you like the favorite or the biggest underdog Beasts of the Southern Wild (+20000), they have plenty of props to select from.
Along with betting on best picture they will also have pro betting options for Director, Leading actress and actor, animated film, adapted screenplay and more! The odds are subject to change leading up to the Sunday night event, so sign up at 5Dimes now and get your bet in on the award ceremony.
Bang the Book.com and 5Dimes have teamed up to give you the best bonuses to use to wager Sunday night. All new customer deposits that range from $100 to $2000 will receive a 50% free-play reward, up to a total of $520 dollars. As an added bonus from BTB and 5Dimes, if the deposit amount exceeds $400, and is up to at least $2000, it will be eligible for an added 20% free-play reward!
With a big bonus for signing up and a wide variety of Academy Award betting props, 5Dimes is the only place to watch the award show on Sunday night!
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