Take a walk around the Caesars Atlantic City property and notice there’s a significant gaming component missing: an on-property sportsbook.
Yes, Caesars Entertainment owns Bally’s and Harrah’s, which both started taking sports bets in August. Plus, Caesars and Bally’s Wild Wild West Casino are connected, so for now, the two properties are sharing a sportsbook.
But Caesars is the first and only of the three Atlantic City brands to roll out a mobile/online sportsbook for web browsers, and iOS and Android devices. The sportsbook went live Sept. 6 — the same day the Philadelphia Eagles and Atlanta Falcons opened the NFL season.
The Caesars Casino & Sports web/mobile offering is an extension of the previous casino-only product powered by Las Vegas-based Scientific Games via its OpenBet sportsbook platform.
So far, Caesars, SugarHouse and the iOS version of PokerStars NJ are the only three to offer the all-in-one package.
Caesars Sportsbook welcome bonus and promo code
Risk-free bet bonus
Simply by using our Caesars Sportsbook promo code LEGALRF to open a new sportsbook account you will receive a risk-free first bet welcome bonus for up to a colossal $5,000.
When it comes to the offer, it is very straightforward. Just get signed up, use the LEGALRF promo code and make a bet that will be settled within one week. If your bet wins, you collect your winnings and the risk-free offer is no more. If your bet loses, Caesars issues you a free bet token equal in value to your losing bet, maxing out at $5,000.
As for the free bet token, it expires in seven days, so make absolutely sure you use it before the expiration date. Also, you only get to collect the winnings from a wager placed with a free bet token. That means if you used a $4,000 bet token on a wager with odds of -400 you only would get back $1,000 if it won. To get back to all square you must make a bet with odds of +100.
Caesars Sportsbook Promo — October 2021
CLICK HERE and use Caesars promo code LEGALRF to get up to $5,000 risk free on your first bet.
First-time deposits can get you up to $5,000 in a Risk Free Bet.
March Pick’Em Challenge
The Caesars Casino & Sportsbook app has launched its own version of the March Madness bracket challenge just in time for the big dance. All players need to do is log-in and fill out an entry. Points are awarded for each correct pick. Limit one entry per person. Customers receive a free bet just for entering. There is $50,000 in prizes up for grabs.
- First: $250 free sports bet per week for a year.
- Second: $100 free sports bet per week for a year.
- Third: Las Vegas Trip Giveaway.
- Fourth-13: 10 $100 free sports bets per person.
- 14-20: Two night stay in Atlantic City.
Creating a Caesars sportsbook account
For iOS carriers, download the app from the iTunes Store. Android users can access it via Google Play.
To create an account using a personal computer, click here.
Create an account by clicking the gold “Join Now” tab located toward the top right of the homepage. Already active casino players can use their existing account info. Once the registration is complete and the first deposit is made, sports betting can begin.
Caesars’ sports offerings
Caesars sportsbook offers a full menu of sports on the board, which includes:
- Canadian Football League
- College basketball
- College football
- Golf, including the PGA tour
- Soccer, including English Premier League
Sports betting wagers at Caesars
The Caesars app includes the traditional selection of betting options:
This straight bet is available for any sporting event and requires the bettor to pick the straight-up winner. Teams are listed with a three-digit number that appears after a plus sign (underdog) or minus sign (favorite).
If a player bets on the Kansas City Chiefs (-190) to defeat the Denver Broncos (+170) during Monday Night Football, the player needs to bet $190 to win $100. Had the Broncos won, the player would’ve earned $170 for every $100 wagered.
Point spread bets
In this case, the winner of the game may not be the winner of the bet. Betting on the underdog means getting points while the favorite loses points (In college football, this can get a little crazy.). If a player bets on the favorite at minus 3.5 points, and the team only wins by a field goal, the player is stuck with a losing ticket.
Total points bets
Also known as the over/under, the total points bet comes down to deciding which side of the line the final score will fall.
Just as it sounds, this is the chance to bet on a sporting event months before it takes place. The Caesars platform includes a “Futures” tab that has several of the potential wagers grouped by sport.
Some may want to take a chance betting that LeBron James and the Lakers will win the NBA Championship.
Inside the Caesars app
The Caesars Casino & Sports app design is very black and white — literally — regarding its color scheme. The platform is basic and differs from the slots lobby that features colorful rotating promo ads and slot graphics.
The navigation component is about as simple as it gets. The “Lobby” features a complete rundown of upcoming games broken down into baseball, football and basketball sections. The games for that day/week can be found under its respective category.
Unlike other sports betting apps, users can only view one betting option for each game in the lobby. The full rundown of wagers is located within each game box.
Additional games can be found by clicking on the “All Sports” tab. Users of the mobile app and web browser will notice the days of the week posted, offering more direct access to Saturday’s college football card or Sunday’s NFL games. The bigger games of the day — like the MLB playoffs and NFL primetime games — are highlighted in large boxes complete with start time, moneylines and the number of betting options available.
Answers to many common questions can be found by clicking on the “Support” tab.
Caesars Slots, table games, and sports
While some online competitors require multiple apps so players can enjoy the full casino experience, Caesars has integrated the sportsbook into its previously existing casino app.
There are separate “Casino” and “Sports” tabs located toward the top left of the page, making it simple for users to jump from slots and table games to the sportsbook lobby.
The added perk is the shared wallet, though promo cash doesn’t apply. Players can place moneyline or parlay bets and then click the casino tab to play some slots.
Some new slot titles include Jumanji, King Kong Fury and Witchcraft Academy. Games can be played in demo mode (play money) before logging into the app. Roulette, blackjack, video poker and table games are included, too.
Depositing at Caesars
There are several methods available to players to enter funds into their accounts ($10 minimum):
- Caesars Casino Cage
- Prepaid card
- Bank transfer
Withdrawals at Caesars
Withdrawal requests are processed via the “Cashier” in the “My Account” tab. Several of the deposit methods will also work for withdrawals ($10 minimum):
- Caesars Casino Cage
- Prepaid card
Caesars’ rewards members
Total Rewards members will enjoy the added perk of being awarded tier credits for their play. The system links all of the Caesars Entertainment properties, including those in Atlantic City and Nevada, together. This includes wagers on the Caesars Casino & Sports app/web browser. The rewards credits can be used toward dining, entertainment, hotel stays and more.
There are currently four tier levels:
- Gold: 0-4,999 tier credits
- Platinum: 4,999-14,999 tier credits
- Diamond: 15,000+ tier credits
- Seven Stars: $150,000+ tier credits (Exclusive Member invitation only)
Garden State gaming rules
- Location: The good news is players can view the Caesars Casino & Sports platform from outside of New Jersey, but those looking to wager will need to cross the bridge or take a trip down the New Jersey Turnpike.
- Age: Just like in Atlantic City, the gambling age requirement is at least 21 years old.
What players can’t play:
- Betting on high school sporting events is prohibited.
- No wagers are being accepted on collegiate athletic events taking place in New Jersey.
- Betting on any New Jersey-based college/university is not allowed, so interested players shouldn’t waste time analyzing the lines for the Big 10 football game between Rutgers and Penn State on Nov. 17. It doesn’t matter if the game is being played in the Garden State or Happy Valley.