Thursday Night Football: Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code Lands $1,250 for Bills-Pats
The Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots will meet for their first soirée of the season all while Caesars Sportsbook promo codeACTION4FULL can intensify the game with up to $1,250 of value for grabs.
The Patriots are clawing to keep pace with the ever-tight AFC East as the Bills look to take the sole lead.
There’s also live offers available in both Maryland and Ohio at Caesars Sportsbook. Here’s what each will look like:
- ACTION4FULL gets newusers in any location up to $1,250 in free bets if their first bet loses at Caesars.
- ACTION4PICSis exclusive to Maryland bettors and nets $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.
- ACTIONTIX is an exclusive offer to Ohio users that grants a free $100 upon betting $20+ and also gives entry into a weekly ticket drawing for Cleveland Cavaliers tickets.
Let’s dive into how the ACTION4FULL promo works to exemplify how promotions work at Caesars.
Caesars Promo, Explained
Here’s a rule of thumb: Always bet a longshot with a promotion. There are two reasons for this:
- You accrue more expected value over time the more you bet — even if it feels like you’re losing more bets.
- If your bet loses, the book will stake your loss with “free bets,” which you can use to wager with as a second chance.
Bills-Patriots Bet Preview
We can identify a bet that resembles such (and we’re more confident with) by assessing some key details of the game:
New England Patriots: +118 with Caesars Sportsbook
When two top-six ranked defenses come together, it’s always an obvious recipe for the under. But given how explosive and versatile the Bills offense can be, it will be a tall order for the Pats to contain for 60 minutes. They surrendered 33 points to a sharp Minnesota offense one week ago, which is a relative comparison to what Buffalo is capable of considering their instant classic against the Vikings in Week 10.
The Bills peculiarly rank a bit weaker in the passing department — 17th, 24th and 22nd in passing yards, attempts and completions, respectively. Mac Jones isn’t the flashiest guy to exploit that, as he ranks towards the bottom of the NFL in QBR with a 35.2. He however did just post his season’s best against the Vikings raking in 382 total yards and two touchdowns.
Jakobi Meyers is the usual beneficiary of a solid Jones passing game. The fourth-year wide out has taken a dip in the last couple games due to hampering a shoulder injury. If he is ready to handle his usual workload on Thursday, I expect Jones to cast a healthy target share his way.
Buffalo Bills: -140 with Caesars Sportsbook
Josh Allen enjoyed a generous Detroit secondary in Week 12 in which he scooped up a breezy 303 total yards and three total touchdowns. The Patriots are going to be a hard gear shift. They rank in the top ten between all passing statistics and will pressure Allen aggressively — likely leading him to scramble frequently.
It should also lead to Buffalo leaning on their backfield a bit more — as they have since Allen began nursing his elbow injury. Both Devin Singletary and James Cook have seen a spike in carries over the course of the last several games.
Singletary has amassed 224 yards and two scores while Cook has bumped up to six carries per game since Allen’s Week 10 injury concerns. Their efficiency against New England is in question, but there should be plenty of opportunity.
Placing My Bet
Let’s say I place this wager influenced on the thoughts above:
|Josh Allen Over 43.5 Rush Yards||-145|
|Devin Singletary Over 12.5 Rush Attempts||-135|
|Jakobi Meyers Over 4.5 Receptions||+136|
|Under 43.5 Total Points||-110|
I deposit $100 and wage it on this parlay bet. If it hits, I’d see a glorious $1,500 payout ($100 x 1.400 + my initial $100). But should one of the four legs miss, I get $100 back in free bets.
*If you’re in Ohio or Maryland, the above would work the same for ACTIONTIX and ACTION4PICS. The only difference is you will get $100 in free bets whether you win or lose.
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Make the Most of Free Bets
Remember, if you lose this time around, you have nothing. Think of free bets as a second chance. You can place bets with them, but can’t withdraw them as cash. You’ll keep the hard cash profits if they win.
I take my $100 in free bets if the above TNF bet loses and I place this Sunday parlay:
There are only a couple ways this can go: Win, and I make $1,156, but lose the $100 in free bets. Lose, and I am $100 in the hole.
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More Advice to Bet Bills-Pats
Check out the player props to look for when placing your wagers Thursday:
Here’s more from Thursday’s columns:
- Sean Koerner shares intel on why the approach of both of these teams half-by-half is a recipe for betting the under.
- Gilles Gallant scribes his picks for ATD props on Thursday and why, including Allen, Hunter Henry and Dawson Knox.
- Matthew Trebby looks at the projections for player props involving Gabe Davis and Rhamondre Stevenson.
- Koerner also shares why bettors should fade Allen against this Patriots pass-rushing secondary.
Signing Up With Caesars
- 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 & email address.
- Make a deposit using your bank account, PayPal or credit/debit cards.
- Download the Caesars Sportsbook app and login.
- Wager up to $1,250 on your first bet.
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