Caesars Sportsbook Promo Codes: ACTION4PICS in Maryland, ACTION4FULL in Other States
Looking for a Caesars Sportsbook promo codeahead of a huge sports weekend? There's a slightly higher offer available in Maryland, as it just launched sports betting.
Still, these Caesars promos are among the highest "first bet on the house" in the industry.
Here are the two offers:
- Maryland users: Use promo codeACTION4PICS 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.
- Any other state: Use promo code ACTION4FULL to get a first bet on the house up to $1,250, plus some Caesars reward points.
We'll get more into each offer below and use examples from Friday and Saturday's sports slates.
The Caesars Maryland Offer
There are (potentially) two parts to the Maryland offer, depending on how much you wager on your first bet.
- If your first bet with Caesars is between $20 and $100, you get $100 in free bets no matter what. So if you place $20 on Netherlands moneyline in regulation against Argentina and it loses, you'll get $100 in free bets. If it wins, you'll also keep the winnings.
- If your first bet is over $100, it's "on Caesars." That means if it loses, you'll get refunded an equal amount in free bets. So if you put $300 on Argentina as your first bet and it loses, you'll get $300 back in free bets.
So how do free bets work, anyway? You keep the winnings if they win, but not the bet stake.
So let's say you get $300 back in free bets from Argentina losing and put it all on Navy +110 against Army in Saturday's college football rivalry action.
- If Navy wins, you make $330 (1.1 x $300) but you don't keep the $300 in free bets.
- If Navy loses, the free bets go away, and you end up with nothing.
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 Eagles spread on Sunday. 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You'll then have to use those free bets and turn them into real cash that can be withdrawn.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 Friday
FCS Playoffs, Incarnate Word +6 and over 78: Both teams have been impressively balanced on offense, finding ways to win games both on the ground and through the air.
However, Sacramento State’s defense has struggled both in the secondary and in the red zone. The Hornets rank 91st among all FCS teams by allowing 243.5 passing yards per game, while Incarnate Word ranks inside the top 30.
Sac State also ranks 93rd in the red zone, allowing teams to score on 85.7% of their trips. Meanwhile, the Cardinals are giving up points on only 77.8% of trips.
This Sacramento State team has been right on the edge of losing games for some time. Its turnover issues paired with its defensive struggles against the highest-scoring team in FCS could very well be the straw that breaks the camel’s back.
That’s why I’m backing the Cardinal at +6 or better.
I also expect these teams to continue to score at the same high level they have all season and would be comfortable backing an over as high as 78.5.
Pick: Incarnate Word +7 (Play to +6) · Over 78.5 or Better
Netherlands first to 5 corners, +130: Continuing with Friday’s late game, there are a few ways it could play out. One is that the Netherlands take a similar approach to how they played the United States, trying to force Argentina wide and bait them into opportune counterattacking positions.
If that occurs, we could see the Albiceleste hit a lot of crosses that the Oranje clear out for a bunch of corners.
The Netherlands conceded five corners against the United States and Ecuador. Neither of those would be expected to apply as much pressure as Argentina might, particularly if they went behind.
Messi’s squad have forced nine corners twice — once against ultra-defensive Poland and once while chasing the game against Saudi Arabia. In the other two matches, their opponents actually out-cornered them.
But given the possible tactics, there’s value on betting Argentina to reach five corners first at +130 odds and an implied 43.5% probability. It’s a wager that has hit on 4-of-8 occasions at this World Cup between these sides.
If you want to be more aggressive, betting Argentina to reach seven corners first at +333 odds could also provide some value.