Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code Offers $1,250 for NFL Sunday
It’s a packed NFL Sunday as we enter the meat of Week 7, and new bettors at Caesars can get up to $1,250 in first-bet insurance upon sign-up.
Here are the two ways first-bet insurance can unfold:
- If your first bet wins: you keep the winnings and your deposit.
- If your first bet loses: you’ll get refunded in free bets equal to your wager.
Use ACTION4FULL at checkout or this link if you haven’t signed up as of yet.
Don’t know what any of this means? Check out our 12 tips for first-time sports bettors.
Step 1: Deposit
First, you’ll need to actually sign up and deposit at Caesars. Here are the basic details.
- Click here and select your state, and input the Caesars promo code ACTION4FULL.
- Provide your basic personal information to create an account, including your name, date of birth, address, etc. Make sure to use your real address, even if you don’t live in the Caesars state you’re visiting.
- Deposit using a bank account, credit card, PayPal, etc.
- Download the Caesars Sportsbook app.
In a Caesars state this Sunday, but don’t live there? Here’s everything you need to know if you’re traveling and betting.
Step 2: Make Your First Bet
Let’s say you put in $200 as your first deposit.
- Model edges for the Week 7 slate, including an injury-adjusted line for Broncos-Jets.
- Chris Raybon’s best bets for the early NFL slate, including Terry McLaurin catches and Tony Pollard rushing yards.
- Football not your thing? How our staff is betting another sports equinox on Sunday.
Be sure to check out ActionNetwork.com for even more bets for Sunday — trust me, we’ve got dozens.
Alright, let’s say you choose Seahawks moneyline as your favorite bet of the day. They’re priced at +192 at Caesars as of Sunday morning.
- If you bet $200 on the Seahawks and they win, you $384 — that’s the payout of a +192 bet with $200 on the line. You keep the original $200, too, so you have $584 in your account.
- If the Seahawks lose, you get back $200 in free bets.
How do free bets work? Let’s dive in.
Step 3: Use Your Free Bets if Your First Bet Lost
Of course, it’s possible that your first bet loses, which is when first-bet insurance will kick in.
Here’s an example of how it will work.
You lost the Seahawks moneyline, so you bet $200 worth of free bets on Jaylen Waddle to score a touchdown for the Dolphins against the Steelers on Sunday Night Football. He’s priced at +145, the best in the market right now.
- If Waddle scores, you make $290 off the $200 in free bets, but you don’t keep the original $200. Now you have $290 in your account from a $200 deposit.
- If Waddle doesn’t score, you end up with nothing.
That’s why these bets aren’t truly risk-free — first-bet insurance is a more appropriate framing.