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Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code Draws $1,250 in Bet Credits for Ohio State-Purdue, Any Other Game

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The heavyweight clash of Purdue-Ohio State headlines a smorgasbord of Thursday night action to use Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION4FULL for $1,250 in value.

So if your first bet with Caesars fails, you’ll get reimbursed with the size of your lost wager in bet credits.

For new Ohio users interested in making their splash on the Buckeyes Thursday, Caesars has a code called ACTION41BET that raises the bet threshold to $1,500 value on first bets.

Here are both promotions running live at Caesars:

  • Caesars Ohio promo code: ACTION41BET
  • All other states: ACTION4FULL

We’ve got you covered with picks, examples and scenarios for Thursday all to illustrate how this works below.

Signing Up With Caesars

  1. Click here and select your state, and input the Caesars promo code ACTION4FULL (or ACTION41BET in Ohio).
  2. Provide your basic personal information to create an account, including your name, date of birth, address & email address.
  3. Make a deposit using your bank account, PayPal or credit/debit cards.
  4. Download the Caesars Sportsbook app and login.
  5. Wager up to $1,250 on your first bet.

Here’s everything you need to know if you’re traveling and betting.

How This Promotion Unfolds

If you’re new to sports betting, sometimes all of this jargon can make promotions sound like rocket science. They’re not. In fact, they’re all quite simple. This just means that you place your first bet at Caesars and if it loses, you get the money back in the form of bet credits, which we’ll also discuss.

Purdue Boilermakers (+105) vs. Ohio State Buckeyes (-125) 

The No. 1 Boilermakers (13-1) dropped their first loss of their campaign in their last contest against Rutgers. Now they must face a hot No. 24 Buckeyes (10-3) team that’s riding a three-game hot streak into Thursday. It will be Purdue’s brawny defensive front that finds its success with relentless rebounding against a proficient Ohio State offense that’s jam-packed with playmakers.

Books have this set so close, it’s almost a Pick Em’. The Buckeyes are point-and-a-half favorites despite their lower ranking. Mike McNamara gave his thoughts on riding the favorite Thursday night at 7 p.m. in Action’s six best CBB bets for Thursday column:

The Buckeyes are quietly playing as well as any team in the Big Ten, with a nice mix of seasoned veterans and talented freshmen.

Chris Holtmann’s team has been lethal offensively, checking in at second in Ken Pom’s AdjO rankings.

Brice Sensabaugh should be able to attack the Purdue guards and make plays in the paint, and Sean McNeil could be in for a big night against a Purdue team that has been allowing some open looks from distance.

Zach Edey will surely get his on the inside for the Boilermakers, but look for Holtmann to limit the Purdue guards and try to take away any clean perimeter looks.

I expect Ohio State to be able to limit the number of second-chance opportunities Purdue gets, with guys like Zed Key and Justice Sueing doing their part to keep Edey and Mason Gillis off the glass.

The Buckeyes’ offense will keep humming along, allowing OSU to outpace Purdue in what should be a fun one in the Schottenstein Center.

Choosing a Wager

So for Thursday’s Purdue-Ohio State pick, let’s go with this: Ohio State ML + Over 140 at +264.

I chose a parlay because the more plus money bets you pick, the more that’s made over time. This is called expected value. We deposit and bet $100. If we win, we get a $264 profit for a $364 payout. In the case of losing, we get the $100 we lost back in bet credits.

Using Caesars Bet Credits

Pretend we lose the Ohio State bet above. We’ve got $100 in bet credits, since that’s what we waged with the promo.

Let’s throw it all (we can split it up if we want to) on the alternate spread for Washtington-Arizona at 11 p.m. The Wildcats are -18.5 favorites, but we’ll expect a three-point tighter loss margin from the Huskies, which would pay +126.

A win for this bet would spell $126 in hard cash, but the $100 in bet credits disappears. A loss means we’re back at square one with $0.

More NCAA Basketball Thursday Night Bets

  • Follow Charlie Disturco’s analysis on Ohio State-Purdue for why he concludes riding the point spread for the Buckeyes is a good idea.
  • The battle of L.A. between USC and UCLA is set to commence and Alex Hinton is taking the spread on USC.
  • Read into why Shane McNichol thinks the Indiana-Iowa tipoff is a recipe for a tight Iowa win and therefore Indiana’s point spread is the move.
  • Keg elaborates on why there’s a barn burner in store between Gonzaga and San Fransisco.

 

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