Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code: Offers Available in OH vs. Other States for Friday NHL Slate
Friday’s betting slate turns the spotlight to five games of NHL action as the red-hot Rangers draw Connor McDavid and the Oilers all while Caesars Sportsbook Ohio promo code ACTION41BET gets a bet of up to $1,500 value.
All other legalized sports betting states where Caesars operates can access $1,250 instead of $1,500. If you Maryland, you can also get up to $1,500, but if your first wager is between $20 and $100, you get $100 in bet credits no matter what instead.
|Caesars Promo Code||State||Bet Amount|
|ACTION4FULL||All Caesars States||$1,250|
|ACTION4PICS||Maryland||$1,500 ($100 for bets for $20-$100)|
These are all first bets on the house. So bettors can plop down a bet of any amount and if it loses, that amount is returned in bet credits.
We’ll break down Rangers-Oilers below in order to demonstrate how readers can reap the best value out of this Friday opportunity.
The First Bet on the House
It’s a good idea to seek something with a healthy payout when using a promotion bet.
The logic is the higher the line, the more expected value you see. This means the margin between the real odds of something happening and the odds posted by the sportsbook.
We like to use the coin toss analogy: The fair odds of a coin toss are 50/50 or +100. Say you have +120 odds on heads — the EV would be (120-100) * .5. That’s $10 expected winnings on a $100 bet, or 10% EV.
So, 100 of these 10% EV bets would bank $1,000 on those 100 bets.
Choosing a Bet: Rangers-Oilers
It’s continuing to be less ironic and more tradition that the Oilers lead the league in goals yet remain mediocre in the big picture.
Edmonton faces off Friday sitting in the first Wild Card spot in the Western Conference and allowing an alarming 3.21 goals per game.
The goaltending woes seem to continue as Jack Campbell has been underwhelming in his first season as an Oiler. The veteran has an .888 SV% and a 3.29 GAA.
Stuart Skinner has been a storyline being named to the All-Star Game, but harnesses a GAA floating into sketchy territory at 2.95.
This, along with a struggling penalty kill that’s at 74.6% contribute to the negation of McDavid’s and Leon Draisitl’s league-leading 99 and 80 points, respectively. But that’s just become a theme for the NHL.
The Rangers have pulled a sharp 180 on their season since the start of December. Between Oct. 11 and Dec. 3, New York was 11-10-5, had a .519 points percentage.
Between Dec. 5 thru Wednesday’s 6-4 victory against Vancouver, the Rangers are 21-4-3 and wield an .801 points percentage.
If the Rangers were in the Western Conference, they would lead the field with 72 points. They sit in third in the Metropolitan behind Carolina and New Jersey.
Per NYR Stats & Info, New York has its first eight-game point streak going since the 2015-16 season. Also, the Rangers have scored 6+ goals in three consecutive games for the first time since 1989 and for the 12th time in franchise history.
Artemi Panarin is cashing in on a celestial level with 12 points in the last five games. The same can be said for Mika Zibenajad, who’s recorded nine in that span. There is plenty to go around in this Rangers offense.
The Oilers took the last meeting in a devastating 4-3 loss for the Rangers where they blew a 3-0 lead in the third period.
New York is 16-5-4 on the road and presents modest underdog value at +105 at Caesars. I’m going to pair that with the over of seven total goals for +320 odds.
How The Bet Will Settle
In Ohio, bettors have the higher value to take advantage of with $1,500. We can bet any amount up to that and see it back in bet credits if the wager loses.
Let’s bet $1,000 on this SGP using the promotion.
Here’s what we can expect:
- Parlay hits: We get paid out $4,200 and the promotion is over.
- Parlay misses: We get $1,000 back in bet credits.
How to Use Bet Credits
We’ll have these once the bet settles (if we lose the first bet on the house).
They can be used on anything, so for those looking to spice up the NBA All-Star Game spectacle, there’s value to be had.
Let’s use Andrew O’Connor Watts’ NBA Rising Stars bet on Team Joakim to exemplify:
A good argument to take them has to do with their coach, Joakim Noah. During his NBA tenure, Noah acquired a number of accolades, mostly defensive, including DPOY and First-Team All-NBA in 2014, First Team All-Defense twice, and Second Team once.
It’s pretty obvious why he drafted the way he did as Team Joakim is definitely the most defensive of the squads. Quentin Grimes, Jalen Williams and Evan Mobley are two-way players that can guard multiple positions. Then we have Jalen Duren, a physical rebounder averaging 0.9 blocks and nine rebounds per game.
It’s a tough sell, betting on the gritty defensive team for a fun weekend of hooping, but why not take the squad that can stop the other teams from scoring.
At +350, let’s use $100 of the $1K on this bet:
We would either get the $300 payout of real money, not bet credits. Or, net nothing. The $100 stake goes away in either case.
How to Sign up With Caesars
You must be 21+ years old to bet and located in a state where Caesars is active. You don’t have to live in a Caesars state to wager, but you must be physically present at that time. Once you leave the state, any bets already placed will still be active, and you can still withdraw your money, you just can’t bet once you’re outside state lines.
- Click here and and input the Caesars promo code ACTION41BET in Ohio or ACTION4FULL most other staets.
- Input all your (real) info, including your name, date of birth, address & email address. Sportsbooks verify your identity using the last four digits of your SSN and if they can’t, you won’t be able to deposit.
- Make a deposit using your bank account, PayPal or credit/debit cards.
- Bet up to $1,500 on your first bet.
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