Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code: Bank up to $1,250 on 76ers-T’Wolves, All Tuesday Games

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Tuesday's most competitive NBA game will feature the Philadelphia 76ers looking for revenge on their early season loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. New bettors following the action on TNT can jump on Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION4FULL for a first bet of up to $1,250.

There's up to $1,500 available if you're in Ohio using Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION41BET.

Sports betting will also go live in Massachusetts on Friday, though Caesars doesn't have a pre-launch offer live just yet.

You can use these bets on anything beyond the NBA, too, but we'll talk 76ers-Timberwolves for the purposes of explaining what to expect.

How to Bet Caesars' Promo Code Tuesday

We’ve broken down all sportsbook language since we know the jargon can sound a bit confusing.

This is your chance to jump on plus-money odds because we've proven that it’s better for long-term profits. Try not to think in terms of how many bets you win or lose.

Here’s a quick tip: Try to avoid following trends in sports betting. It’s a fallacy to believe that if something happens more often than normal in a period of time, it will happen less frequently in the future. Think about roulette: If the ball landed on red the last seven spins, you might be tempted to bet black since it hasn’t happened in a while. Every spin is independent and the same idea applies to sports.

Let's identify a bet we can use for 76ers-Timberwolves.

76ers-Timberwolves Pick 

The Timberwolves (34-32) just completed a four-game roadtrip with three straight wins while the Sixers (42-22) play the fifth and final game of theirs with back-to-back wins behind them.

Minnesota has a three-point advantage on the spread despite reporting several injuries including Karl Anthony-Towns. Philadelphia is playing the second game of a back-to-back after defeating Indiana 147-143 Monday. There's value in the Sixers as the slight underdogs as they have gone 6-3 on no rest this season, the NBA's third best.

Joel Embiid etched a double-double into his stat line Monday with a whopping 42 points, 20 assists and nine rebounds. Embiid dropped 32 in the November meeting with Minnesota. With him and James Harden on the court, their output should give a Timberwolves team with a 0.0 net rating trouble. Keep an eye on Philadelphia's lineup card.

Say we bet $1,000 on the 76ers to win straight up at +118 odds.

Here's the situation:

  • Sixers win: We enjoy a $2,180 payout.
  • Timberwolves win: we get the $1,000 back in bet credits.

For more 76ers-Timberwolves insight, our Jacob McKenna broke it down further in his game betting preview.

Keep the Same Theme for Bet Credits 

Since these are a second chance and we won't hold onto the stake once it's bet, we want the best payout possible. Let's stick with the riskier plays to avoid juice.

We advise a line anywhere from -250 to -500. In looking at the later NBA slate, there's little to no rationale in expecting the Jazz to beat the Mavericks. So we'll settle on the Lakers at +100 even odds against the Grizzlies.

With $100 on Los Angeles, we would either:

  • Win the $100 payout or;
  • Win nothing like any other bet.

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.

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