Your First Bet Is on Caesars — Bet Oregon-Georgia Up to $1,250 This Saturday!

Your First Bet Is on Caesars — Bet Oregon-Georgia Up to $1,250 This Saturday! article feature image

AP Photo/Brett Davis. Pictured: Georgia mascot Uga

Oddsmakers favor Georgia over Oregon by two-plus touchdowns in Saturday's marquee college matchup.

But no matter which side you're taking, you can't go wrong when you bet with this Caesars promo:

Check out the details below.

Caesars Sportsbook

Offer: Your First Bet Is on Caesars — Bet Oregon-Georgia Up to $1,250!

Claim now: Click here

  • Who's it for? New users in AZ, CO, IL, IN, IA, LA, MI, NJ, NY, PA, TN, VA, WV and WY

How does betting with house money sound? At Caesars, your Week 1 wager on college football will be insured up to $1,250.

And that's not all! You'll also get 1,000 each of Reward Credits and Tier Credits. Reward Credits can be converted into actual sportsbook credits for betting, and Tier Credits unlock exclusive perks as you acquire more and more!

(Be aware, though, Reward Credits expire unless you earn at least one every six months, so make sure to either convert your points or continue stacking them up!)

To claim this offer:

Click here

  • Select your state
  • Register an account with code ACTION22FULL
  • Make a deposit of at least $10
  • Place your first real-money wager of at least $10 on Oregon-Georgia

Note: If your bet loses, you'll receive a bet worth 100% of the value within two business days of the qualifying bet settling. Rewards Credits and Tier Credits will be added to your account within seven days of the bet settling.

If your bet on Saturday's game wins, you're looking at a big payout. And if it loses, you'll have a free bet of the same amount to use next week!

Head over to Caesars today to take advantage.


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