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Caesars Ohio Promo Code: $1,500 Available in OH, Other States Get $1,250 for Friday NBA

Caesars Ohio Promo Code: $1,500 Available in OH, Other States Get $1,250 for Friday NBA article feature image

Bettors in Ohio who are seeking to bet while staving off the frigid Friday temperatures can snag Caesars Sportsbook Ohio promo code ACTION41BET to access up to $1,500 on NBA or anything else going on.

So imagine you’re in Ohio and you place a +135 moneyline bet of $100 on the Pacers to defeat the Kings as your first wager at Caesars. A loss would activate the promo and return your $100 back to you in Caesars bet credits, which we’ll talk more about below.

All other legalized sports betting states 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
ACTION41BET Ohio $1,500
ACTION4FULL All Caesars States $1,250
ACTION4PICS Maryland $1,500 ($100 for bets for $20-$100)

If you’re looking for more context on how first bets on the house work, we’ll break it down step-by-step using Friday’s Suns-Celtics matchup.

The First Bet on the House

Your first bet with the book will be the bet that’s applied to the promotion. It’s a good idea to seek something with a healthy payout.

The logic is the higher the line, the more expected value you see. Expected value 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.

Suns-Celtics Pick

The NBA’s front running Boston Celtics (37-15) sit as 10.5-favorites against a Devin Booker-less Phoenix Suns (27-26) team. Boston’s impeccable three-point shooting (37.2%) will face a tough competitor from beyond the arc in Phoenix (38.4%).

The Celtics will once again be without Marcus Smart, but the services of Jayson Tatum’s team-leading 31.1 PPG and 8.7 RPG. They’re building off back-to-back home wins against the Nets and Lakers as they host Phoenix Friday.

As polarizing as Boston has been SU, it holds a 26-25-1 record ATS while Phoenix 28-25.

Let’s start by taking a look at Andrew O’Connor Watt’s suggestion for the third quarter spread bet:

Looking at the full-game side, these are two teams I don’t want much to do with right now. The Celtics are 1-6 ATS in their last seven, and the Suns are 6-2 in their last eight—but they have done so on a pretty soft schedule.

The Celtics have no business laying close to double digits against any team above .500 right now, and yet they easily cleared a similar number against the Nets on Wednesday, scoring 139 points.

I do like the Celtics to come out strong after halftime, though. I wouldn’t take this number past -2.5, but I’d take -3 or -3.5 for half a unit as I see some blowout potential after halftime.

If the third-quarter line gets priced out, I might look to the under. Both teams are playing at the bottom of the league in pace over the past five games, and four of their last five meetings have gone under the total. However, the total has already taken some sharp under money, and I’d need a higher number. If the total gets steamed up, I’ll play the under at 226.5 or better.

The Celtics third quarter -2.5 spread odds are set at -118, so to pump it up to plus money, let’s add a Magic moneyline bet against the Timberwolves at +162 as a leg to a parlay.

That puts our odds up to +384, which is right where we want them.

A bet of $1,000 would see a $4,840 payout, but a loss would get the $1,000 back in bet credits.

Let’s Talk Bet Credits

If the parlay above loses, we get all $1,000 back that we can now bet with, but not cash out. Since these expire 14 days after being activated (after the bet settles), we advise to use them at soonest convenience.

Since bet credits can be split up, let’s pull out $100 and place it on the Metropolitan to beat the Atlantic Division in Saturday’s NHL All-Star Game. These odds are just above even at +105. Remember, these are three-on-three skill showings, so the playing field is even more erratic than usual. As if hockey betting wasn’t already difficult enough.

We’ll see $105 in profits with a Metro win, but lose the $100 altogether if the Atlantic wins. We don’t keep the stake, so that goes away in both scenarios.

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.

  1. Click here and and input the Caesars promo code ACTION41BET in Ohio or ACTION4FULL most other staets.
  2. 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.
  3. Make a deposit using your bank account, PayPal or credit/debit cards.
  4. Bet up to $1,500 on your first bet.

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