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Caesars Sportsbook Maryland Promo Code: $1,500 Offer in MD vs. Other State Bonuses

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Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION4PICS unlocks up to $1,500 in value for new users in Maryland and up to $1,250 for users in all other states.

The breakdown:

  1. If you’re in Maryland: Use promo code ACTION4PICS to get $100 in free bets when you wager $20 on your first bet. If your first bet is over $100, you’ll get a bet on the house up to $1,500. That means if your first wager loses, you’ll be refunded in free bets equal to whatever you lost.
  2. If you’re in any other Caesars state: Use promo code ACTION4FULL to get a first bet on the house up to $1,250, plus some Caesars reward points. Here’s a list of where Caesars (and every other book) operates.

The Maryland offer is a tad confusing so we’ll explain more below.

Caesars Maryland Offer, Explained

The Caesars Sportsbook Maryland offer has two parts, depending on how much you bet. Here are the key differences:

  • If your first bet with Caesars is between $20 and $100, you get $100 in free bets from Caesars no matter what. We’ll explain more about free bets below.
  • If your first bet is over $100, it’s “on Caesars.” So if it loses, you’ll get free bets back equal to whatever you lost. Let’s say your first bet is on USC -2.5 for $200 — if it loses, you’ll get $200 back in free bets.

So how do free bets work? Continuing with our Utah-USC example, let’s say the Trojans don’t cover the spread. You get $200 in free bets back.

Then Saturday, you use those $200 in free bets on North Carolina moneyline against Clemson, price at around +240.

  • If Clemson wins, you lose the $200 in free bets.
  • If UNC wins, you win $480 (+240 at $200) but you don’t keep the $200 in free bets.

That’s why these offers aren’t truly risk-free and why sportsbooks have gotten away from calling them as such. You can lose your whole deposit.

How the Offer in Other States Works

We already described how the offer will work in other states — it’s a bet on the house, but instead of up to $1,500, it’s up to $1,250.

Again, pretend your first bet is on the USC spread. And you put $500 on it.

  • If USC covers, you’ll profit about $450, and keep the original $500.
  • If USC doesn’t cover, you get $500 back in free bets.

You’ll then have to use those free bets and turn them into real cash that can be withdrawn.

That’s it! Any questions, check out our FAQ on every type of sportsbook promotion and what they all mean.

How to Use Free Bets on Friday

Brazil vs. Cameroon: Will the Brazilians roll through the final match of the group stage? From our Johnathan Wright:

Although Cameroon will put up a good fight, Brazil have too much talent at every position on the pitch, regardless of who they play. They will find a way to pick apart a Cameroon team that is forced to play on the attacking foot.

Since 2014, the Samba Boys have won five of their eight group-stage matches by two or more goals. Expect them to make that six of nine on Friday when they take advantage of a second-string goalkeeper for Cameroon.

Back Brazil on the spread.

Our Staff’s Best Bets for Friday’s NBA Slate: Matt Moore on why he’s laying double-digit points with the Cavs -10.

You can vary based on what you think home court is worth in the NBA. The Cavs, for example, have a point differential of +12.4 at home and +2.3 on the road. That’s a significant shift in home vs. away.

Let’s take a conservative approach across teams and seasons and say that the switch from one team’s home court to another is roughly 4.5 points.

So then, this game would be Cavs -5 in Orlando? Really? The Cavs, second in Adjusted Net Rating, per Dunks And Threes against the the Magic, 27th, would be favored by less than two possessions?

I make this number in the mid-teens based on power rating on neutral court. Even with Jarrett Allen out, I can’t get this anywhere close to 10. (I got it at open at -9.5.)

Books are hesitant to lay double-digits with teams early in the season, but Orlando is already extremely banged up; they’re without starting center Wendell Carter Jr., Jalen Suggs, and Mo Bamba.

The idea of laying this many points (without Allen) is only concerning if you don’t consider homecourt advantage. The line is off, lay the points.

USA vs. Netherlands: Does the U.S. actually have an edge here? From Anthony Dabbundo:

Given the strength of the United States’ defense has been preventing teams from getting the ball into the penalty area, it’s easy to see where a mid-block defensive approach could stifle the Dutch’s attack in this match.

Tyler Adams has been the Americans’ best player at this tournament and no one at the World Cup has won more tackles than Adams. He and McKennie can deny access from Blind and the back line into Gakpo and Depay.

Frankie de Jong has been excellent at the base of the Dutch midfield in Qatar, but the rest of the potential starting Dutch midfield — Davy Klassen and Marten de Roon — are older in age and don’t have the range and ball-winning ability that they did in years past.

The plan should be similar to the match against England, except that England has a much more dynamic midfield and a much better overall talent level. Gakpo is an explosive attacking player that can attack from wide or the center, but the rest of the Dutch chance-creation machine isn’t operating at peak efficiency right now.

Both teams have been equally mediocre going forward and all of that points to this match being a bit of a stalemate. Assuming Pulisic starts for the United States, the Americans are closer to a tossup in this match than the market is indicating.

The Pick: Under 2.25 (-115) and United States +0.5 (-110)

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