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Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code: Offers Available in Maryland vs. Other States

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The Caesars Sportsbook promo code ACTION4PICS unlocks up to $1,500 in value for new users in Maryland. There’s a slightly worse offer available in all other Caesars states.

Here are the two bonuses:

  1. If you’re in Maryland: Use promo code ACTION4PICS to get up to a $1,500 first bet on the house if your first wager is over $100. If your first bet is under $100, you’ll get $100 in free bets.
  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.

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

The Caesars Maryland Offer

If you’re in Maryland, your offer will be a little different depending on how much you bet on your first wager.

  • If your first bet with Caesars is between $20 and $100, you get $100 in free bets no matter what.
  • 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. Say you bet $300 on the Raiders -6 on Thursday Night Football — if they don’t cover, you get $300 in free bets.

If you do get the free bets back, here’s how they work. Let’s say you get $300 back from the Raiders bet losing, and put it all on the Bucs moneyline against the 49ers at +150.

  • If the Bucs win, you profit $450. But you don’t keep the $300 in free bets.
  • If the Bucs lose, you lose your $300 in free bets and have no cash left.

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.

Caesars Offer in Other States

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 the Raiders spread. And you put $500 on it.

  • If the Raiders cover, you’ll profit about $450, and keep the original $500.
  • If the Raiders don’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You’ll then have to use those free bets and turn them into real cash that can be withdrawn.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 Thursday

Koerner’s betting the total in Rams-Raiders: My projection for this game is closer to 42.5, so I was very surprised to see the total set so high at 44.5 as of Wednesday at 6 p.m. ET, when 79% of the action and 74% of the money was on the over.

Naturally, right as I finished writing, the total moved to 43.5, which I’m still OK with.

The most likely outcome of this game is the Raiders win fairly easily. When they do have a lead, it will set up nicely for the under because if they have a run-heavy game script, it will play right into the strength of the Rams defense, their run defense, which ranks first in EPA/rush. Plus, Jacobs may finally have his various injuries also slow him down a bit on the short week.

Meanwhile, the Rams offense has been decimated by injuries and is currently one of the worst in the league. Los Angeles is unlikely to take advantage of a plus matchup against the Raiders defense that ranks 31st in DVOA.

Finally, both of these teams also prefer to play at a slower pace, with the Raiders ranking 23rd in situation-neutral pace and Rams coming in at 28th.

I was able to bet 44.5, but I’d still play 43.5. I wouldn’t go any lower because 43 is a key number for totals.

Under 215.5 in Heat vs. Clippers: The Los Angeles Clippers continue their four-game road trip on Thursday when they travel to Miami to take on the Heat in a back-to-back.

The Clippers have dealt with some injuries this season, but have managed to stay afloat and are 14-12 after an overtime loss against the Magic on Wednesday.

Miami is in a similar spot in regards to injuries and is in 11th place in the Eastern Conference with a record of 11-14.

The Heat have eight guys listed on the injury report for this matchup, many of whom play key roles. Will the Clippers take advantage of that and bounce back from Wednesday’s loss, or will the likely undermanned Heat defend their home court?

I think the biggest factor in this game is going to be the Miami injuries, which should keep this game rather low scoring.

I doubt all of the names listed above will miss this matchup, but the fact that there are so many names listed is a cause for concern. When you combine that with the fact that LA was pushed to the brink in a overtime loss on Wednesday, I think it is likely we see very little offense.

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