Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code: What’s Available in Maryland vs. Other States
Caesars Sportsbook promo codes unlock two different offers, depending on your state.
- In Maryland, use promo code ACTION4PICS (or this link). You'll get $100 in free bets if your first wager is between $20 and $100. If you bet more than $100, it becomes "On Caesars" up to $1,500 — meaning they'll refund you in free bets equal to the amount you lose, should it lose.
- In all other states use ACTION4FULL (or this link). You get a bet "On Caesars" up to $1,250. Again, that means if your first bet loses, you'll get refunded in free bets equal to that amount.
Confused? Don't worry, we'll explain more below using examples from Wednesday and Thursday's sports slate.
Offer & Sign-Up Details
Here's how to sign up at Caesars.
- Click here for Maryland and here for all other states
- Enter all your personal info — name, address, phone number, last four digits of your SSN to verify your identity.
- Use ACTION4PICS in Maryland and ACTION4FULL in all other states
- Make your first bet
- Get free bets or get refunded in free bets if your first bet loses
That's it! You're ready to get started with Caesars Sportsbook, one of the market leaders in U.S. sports betting.
The Nuances of the Maryland Offer
This is a better offer than what Caesars is offering in all other states, but it's a little confusing. Here's how it works.
- If your first bet on the platform 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." That means if it loses, you'll be refunded in free bets an equal amount to whatever you lost. So if your first bet is $200 on the Bills -9.5 against the Lions on Thursday and Buffalo doesn't cover, you'll get $200 back in free bets.
Most sportsbooks will either offer free bets or a first bet on the house — not both if you hit certain thresholds.
OK, So How Do Free Bets Work?
Free bets are like if Caesars was spotting you the bet, and let's you keep the winnings if it hits, but you return the initial bet. Confusing, so let's dive into an example.
Let's pretend you get $100 in free bets and put them all on Canada moneyline against Belgium on Wednesday afternoon.
- If Canada wins at +550, you'll profit $550 ($100 x 5.5) but you don't keep the original $100. So you'll now have $550 in your account, plus whatever you originally deposited.
- If Canada loses, the free bet goes away.
Our Anthony Dabbundo likes Canada to keep it close:
Canada opened as a +1.5 goal underdog on the spread at most books before anti-Belgium sentiment came in from bettors and pushed the line downward. The age profile of this Belgian team raises major concerns about whether the end has already come for the golden generation.
Two of the three starting center backs for Belgium — Toby Alderweireld and Jan Vertonghen — are over 33 and well past their primes. The fullbacks have always been an issue too with lacking quality and I don’t know that Belgium have the attacking quality to sustain attacks in the final third without Lukaku.
De Bruyne is excellent, but the Canadian defense will keep the Belgians at bay and make this match highly competitive. If Davies can give anything at all off the bench, he could run at tired legs in the second half and potentially do even more damage in transition.
What About the 'On Caesars' Bet?
The second part of the offer kicks in if you wager over $100 on your first bet. Then the bet becomes "On Caesars" — that means you'll get free bets back equal to whatever you lost on your first bet, if that bet loses.
So let's say you bet $500 on the Patriots moneyline against the Vikings on Thursday night for Thanksgiving NFL action. New England is priced around +125.
- If the Pats win, you profit $625, and keep the original $500. You'll now have $1,125 in your account.
- If the Patriots lose, you get a $500 free bet back from Caesars.
You can then use that free bet on any sport or event you'd like, including college football, the World Cup, or NFL this weekend.
That's it! Any questions, check out our FAQ on every type of sportsbook promotion and what they all mean.