Caesars New York Promo Code

Caesars NY Bonus Offers & Mobile App Review

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Caesars is one of the market leaders in New York and their growth is rapidly expanding. Caesars Sportsbook went live in the Empire State on January 8, 2022 along with FanDuel, DraftKings and Rush Street Interactive. 

Caesars NY Promo Code & Registration

Caesars NY New User Promo Code Key Takeaways for July 2024

Sports fans new to Caesars can claim the current sign-up offer below using the code below!

Caesars NY Promo Code


Caesars Sportsbook NY Promo

Get up to $1,000 Back in Bonus Bets if Your First Bet Doesn't Win!

Terms & Conditions

New users only. Must be 21 years of age. Place your first real-money bet, and if you lose, receive up to a $1,000 Bonus Bet. Bonus bet paid as a single bet and must be used within 14 days of receipt. Bonus bet issued equals the stake of the wager, up to a $1,000 max. The wager must be placed and settled within 30 days of registration.

Sports Offered

NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, Soccer, Tennis, Boxing, UFC/MMA, NASCAR, Golf, College Football, and College Basketball 

Is Caesars Legal in New York?


Promo Last Verified

July 12, 2024

How to Sign Up at Caesars New York:

There are a few straightforward steps to claim the Caesars Sportsbook promo code. It took us under three minutes to complete the sign-up flow.  

Step 1. Click here to visit Caesars' website and press "Bet Now" to enter the Account Registration flow.

Registration flow screenshots for Caesars Sportsbook mobile app

Caesars onboarding is efficient on mobile and desktop

Step 2. Enter your details to create a new account:

  • Select New York
  • Name 
  • Email
  • Date of Birth (must be 21+ years old)
  • Phone Number
  • Create a Secure Password
  • Set Security Questions & Answers
  • Last four digits of your SSN
  • Home Address
  • Enter Promo Code ACTION1000

Step 3. Agree to the Terms & Conditions and submit. Caesars will verify your account details. Now your account has been created. 

Step 4. Make a deposit of at least $20 with funding options, including PayPal, Visa, and your bank.

Step 5. You're ready to place a bet! The app will show many game odds grids and props. Here, you can pick the spread, moneyline, or total by clicking on the cell of the bet type. 

Step 6. Clicking the bet cell will prompt the bet slip to take over a partial screen.  The bet you selected will be listed in the bet slip, but it is up to you to add the wagering amount. A numeric keyboard default makes this easy and smooth. When you've added your desired bets, press "Bet Now" to place your bet!

Caesars mobile app betslip
The Caesars Betslip makes it easy to convert a straight bet to a parlay

Step 7. Wait for results. If your bet loses, you'll see your account balance increase an equivalent amount to your first bet thanks to the bonus offer. This is visible in the upper right-hand corner of the app. Please make use of the bonus within two weeks, or it will expire.

  • Share your unique personal registration link with friends
  • If you sign up and deposit $50, you'll get a $100 bet credit
  • $100 bets are credited every Wednesday
  • You can claim this offering 10x

Users can navigate to the App "Promo" tab, find the Refer-a-Friend-Promotion, and click the "Refer here to sign up" to generate their unique link.

Caesars Mobile App & Website Experience

Caesars overhauled its app and website in mid-2021 after completing its acquisition of William Hill. Since then, they've invested in integrating and updating their online betting product. So far, the results are notable for user experience.

Caesars Sportsbook Mobile App Review

Meet the Sportsbook Review Team

Action Network evaluated Caesars through in-house testing, data analysis, and input from our experienced handicappers:

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The Vegas Refund is an experienced bettor with 5.8K total bets in the Action App and 106.7K app followers (July 2024). Favorable pick records include NFL, NCAAF, NBA, and NCAAB. 

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Mobile App Review Categories

    We took a look at some key categories that make or break an excellent sportsbook app:

    Logging In

    How easy is it to sign in?

    Time is of the essence with any mobile sportsbook–sometimes, you just need to log in and place a bet quickly. Fortunately, the app offers a Face ID login capability that works consistently, eliminating the extra step of entering a pin or password. Users need to hold their phone in a portrait orientation, then glance at it, and they're authenticated.


    How straightforward is finding and browsing betting markets?

      Four visible tabs are at the top of each sport's "Home": Featured, Schedule, Live, and Future Bets. It's hard to predict where bets will be discoverable in Caesars with these categories. For example, there's nothing in the golf schedule, but it has a populated Featured tab, including a tournament winner. It's confusing depending on the sport, especially the more unique ones like golf or racing.

      A general fallback to find bets is an in-app bet search, and Caesars offers this feature. The functionality will generally return what you're looking for as long as the name of that team or player is in the market, but it doesn't cover everything. So if you wanted to search "Texas Rangers," you can find their win total, but not their World Series odds. You can't search specific markets – searching "powerplay" to find powerplay point props won't return any results. 

      App Speed

      How quickly does the mobile app update and respond to input?

      It's brief, but there is a notable half-second blank or loading screen as you navigate between tabs. Want light-speed response time? DraftKings, FanDuel, and PointsBet appear to pre-load screens in the background, giving a smoother user experience.

      Data Density

      How many games can you view odds for at once?

      When you're looking for quick betting action, data density is everything. App design choices like font size and white space impacting layout mean more or less information is at the fingertips of a bettor at any given moment.

      We tested using an iPhone 12 Pro to determine game density rankings in the mobile view on iOS. Here's what we found:

      1.  FanDuel - 4.5 Games
      2.  Tied BetMGM & DraftKings - 4 Games
      3.  Tied PointsBet & Caesars 3 Games

      Bet Slip Experience

      How intuitive and seamless is the bet slip experience?  

      Bet slips are a defining feature in a sportsbook because they facilitate the main objective of a sports betting app--placing bets. Fortunately, Caesars nailed the bet slip: clean, responsive, and unique because it shows current open bets. 

      • Points are easy to buy, whereas most books don't let you
      • Lays straight bets and parlays out separately -- so it is easy to digest information
      • The bet slip does not take over the entire screen, which makes it easier to navigate in and out
      • The teaser toggle is an easy access option
      • A larger font size means it is easy to read bet details

      Overall, the Caesars' bet slip is world-class. The only feature they're outdone in is ease-to-buy points– for this, FoxBET shines. PointsBet has a cool-looking bet slip, but there were two things we didn't like: the auto-populate feature and a user has to click "start parlay" if they want to place multiple bets simultaneously. 

      Mobile Sportsbook App Usability Comparison Summary

      Sportsbook Feature Evaluated Caesars Standing Best In Category
      Ease of Logging in Great Caesars, bet365, theScore
      Navigation Average DraftKings, FanDuel
      Speed Good PointsBet, FanDuel, DraftKings
      Game Density Needs Improvement FanDuel, BetMGM, DraftKings
      Bet slip Excellent Caesars, FoxBET

      To analyze how the big brand sportsbooks size up pricing-wise, jump ahead.

      Customer Feedback on Mobile App

      We know It's important to have a broader sample size when evaluating a mobile application. In addition to our experts' input, we distilled what's available in the Apple App Store and Google Play to find the advantages and challenges the betting population found below.

      Apple App Store Logo Reviews in the Apple App Store

      #45 in Sports - 4.7/5 Stars - 67.5K Ratings (July 2024) - Download at Apple App Store

      iOS User Positives  Plus symbol iOS User Negatives Minus Symbol

      A whole new look: It's taken a bit of time, but the new Caesars Sportsbook seems to have worked out some early kinks and glitches since the William Hill rebrand.

      Customer support: iOS users shared a universal frustration with their customer service for live chat and phone experiences.

      Bet slips: Easy to navigate with a great design that includes good cash-out values.

      Complicated Promos: Some users say the promotions are misleading and confusing.

      Favorable odds: Users of multiple sportsbooks have been pleased to see odds on Caesars.

      Continued glitches: The app has improved, but users still see freezing and glitching issues while using Caesars during peak hours.

      Google Play Logo Reviews in the Google Play/Android Store

      4.3/5 - 25.9 K Ratings (July 2024) - Download at Google Play

      Android User Positives Plus symbol Android User Negatives Minus Symbol

      Promos: Users love the unique promotions that make extra betting fun. Favorable odds and lots of betting options keeps them coming back for more.

      Customer support: Live chat queues seem to stall at every turn, while emailing the support doesn't do much either.

      User experience: Android users are fans of the app's interface, which is easy to use and follow.

      Geolocation services: Android users report more location issues on Caesars than on iOS.

       Caesar Rewards Program: Generous rewards are a plus for iOS and Android users.

      Slow Withdrawal Processing: A few users had withdrawals take more than a week to hit their bank account.

      Caesars New York Reviews

      While most of the reviews on the App Store are from users around the country, a few have specified that they use the app in New York.


      • Many users mentioned the variety of bet options that Caesars Sportsbook offers in New York and hopes the menus continue to expand.
      • Other bettors from around the country are fans of the assortment of boosts that Caesars offers as well as being able to earn points with Caesars Rewards.


      • Some users had issues with the app soon after its launch back in January. 
      • One bettor specified that they were unable to claim their winnings for over three days and were unable to reach customer service. 
      • Other users reiterated issues reaching customer support, had issues verifying their location to take advantage of promotions, and missed out on promotions due to their registration taking an extended period of time.

      Web Experience

      The old browser version of Caesars was not their best. The basics were there, including live betting, but it didn't have anything that stood out to attract new bettors. New website features include:

      • New and improved Odds Boost page
      • Promotions have a perfect layout for the customer to easily choose what's best for you. While browsing at sports games, the top promotions are featured in a banner ad across the top of the screen.
      • All sports are easy to find, listed both on the top of the screen and on the left side. Overall, it looks like a sportsbook that wants new customers to use it, which is a significant improvement over the previous version.

      The only unusual element of the web experience is being hosted on the domain. All branding is Caesars, but that hasn't changed yet. It won't impact bettors, but the inconsistency could surprise you if the acquisition details were unknown.

      One difference between the platforms is that the mobile app defaults to a dark mode layout. Web has a traditional, lighter aesthetic.

      Funding & Withdrawals

      Signing up for a new account won't take you more than a few minutes. In general, Caesars has standard deposit and withdrawal options in line with the rest of the industry.

      Deposit & Payout Options

      Flexibility is the game's name when it comes to an enjoyable deposit experience. Caesars makes it easy whether you typically deal in cash, prefer to use credit cards, or utilize an online wallet like PayPal that shields your banking info from third parties like online operators.

      Caesars has every payout and deposit option in the book, including:

      • Credit or Debit Card: Visa, Mastercard, and Discover.
      • eCheck: Customers can select eCheck by VIP Preferred to send money instantly from their bank account to their Caesars account.
      • Online banking: Online banking allows customers to choose an amount to deposit and then authorize the transaction by logging in to their bank account using their existing online banking credentials.
      • PayPal: PayPal is an e-wallet that customers can use to send money and receive withdrawals while protecting their private information. Some bettors may find PayPal especially useful for keeping their betting bankrolls separate from their other money.
      • Play+ Prepaid Card: Customers can sign up for a virtual Play+ card and fund it immediately with a credit card, debit card, or eCheck. Additionally, customers receive a physical prepaid card in the mail they can use to withdraw cash at ATMs or make purchases anywhere Discover is accepted.
      • Skrill: Skrill is an e-wallet like PayPal that customers can use to make deposits, receive withdrawals and make purchases online
      • PayNearMe: Bettors can select PayNearMe to make cash deposits at their local 7-Eleven, Family Dollar, or CVS.
      • Cash at the Casino: In some states, customers can visit a retail Caesars-branded sportsbook or casino in-person to fund their accounts with cash.

      Minimum Deposit Amount

      There is a $20 minimum for digital deposits made to the account.

      Maximum Deposit Amount

      The maximum deposit to your account depends on the source of your deposit.

      Fastest Withdrawal Method

      The fastest withdrawal times at Caesars are PayPal and the Prepaid Play+ Card.

      Betting & Sports Market Coverage

      If you are located in New York and choose to use Caesars Sportsbook, there are plenty of sports that you can bet on. State law allows you to bet on any professional sports team. You can also bet on college sports, but you can not bet on any in-state college teams, such as Syracuse.

      Sports Markets Offered

      In general, Caesars isn't going to open markets — AKA be the first book in the world to list odds for an event — but that only matters for a small percentage of bettors. They are competitive in their offerings for sports, and they stand out as one of the better books for live betting. You'll be able to bet on:

      • Football (NFL, NCAA, CFL, Arena)
      • Baseball (MLB, NCAA, World Baseball Classic)
      • Motor Sports (NASCAR, Indy Racing League, F1)
      • Basketball (NBA, NCAA, WNBA, NBA Summer League)
      • Fighting (Boxing, UFC, Bellator)
      • Hockey (NHL, NCAA, World Championships)
      • Golf (PGA, European Tour, Champions Tour, LPGA, Celebrity Invitational)
      • Olympics (Hockey, Basketball, Soccer, Golf, Track and Field Events, Curling, Tennis)
      • Soccer (English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, French Ligue 1, German Bundesliga, MLS, Mexican Liga MX)
      • International Tournaments (UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, English FA Cup, Spanish Copa Del Rey, Coppa Italia, German DFB Pokal, French Coupe de Ligue, Concacaf Champions League, Copa Liberatores, FIFA World Cup)
      • Tennis (ATP, WTA)
      • In addition to pregame bets, Caesars also offers live wagering on many of the sports listed. There are tons of other bet types within each sport, from prop bets, alternate lines on spreads, in-game opportunities, and more.

      Caesars Sportsbook Bet Types Available

      Caesars is pretty standard for most major U.S. books. They offer the major markets like spreads and totals for NFL games while also listing various game and player props and other niche markets.

      You'll find all of the popular, standard bets you can get at any sportsbook, including: 

      App Screenshot Bet Type & Example
      Spread Betting Example in Caesars Mobile App

      Spread betting is a bet on the margin of victory (the # of points won) in a game. This is a screenshot of a spread bet, located in the "Popular" bet type tab.

      Memphis Grizzlies -2 over the Timberwolves in a Point Spread at Caesars

      Caesars Mobile App Moneyline

      Moneyline betting is when you pick the outright winner of a game or event. In this case, Grizzlies or Timberwolves.

      Memphis Grizzlies are the favorite at -135 to the underdog Timberwolves at +115

      Caesars Sportsbook Total example in mobile app

      Totals, also known as an over/under, are bets on the number of points both teams will combine to score in a game. 

      Pick either "Over" or "Under" 237.5 for the upcoming Grizzlies vs. Timberwolves match up

      Caesars Sportsbook Half Bets in mobile app NBA Half Bets or Quarter bets let a bettor treat the first and second half as separate matches. Downloading our app can help you do this with ease.

      Moneyline, Spread, and Total bets are shown for just the 1st quarter of the Grizzlies/Timberwolves game under the "Quarter/Halfbets" tab

      Caesars player prop odds Short for a proposition, Prop bets wager that is not directly tied to the final score or outcome. 

      Player props for individual Grizzlies players to double-double are shown under the "Player Props" tab, with Yes/No choices

      Caesars futures odds mlb world series screenshot Futures bets are a bet on an event that will be decided in the future (e.g., end-of-season results). 

      Caesars lists the LA Dodgers at +475 and the Toronto Blue Jays at +800 for the World Series in 2022 MLB Futures

      These are the standard bet types offered, but the options don't stop there.

      Featured Bet Type: Same Game Parlay (SGP) Coverage

      A Same Game or Single Game Parlay is a parlay that consists of connected bets with outcomes to be determined in one match. These parlays allow bettors to link together multiple markets/props from the same game with the hope of high return. 

      Same game parlays are a stand-out feature at Caesars. This is particularly clear for the NFL. While most books offer receiving, rushing, and passing yards, Caesars has all kinds of player props and allows users to build in different types, including:

      • Longest pass/catch
      • Total interceptions
      • Completions
      • Pass attempts
      • Rush attempts
      • Passing T.D.'s
      • Kicker player props
      • Defensive player o/u's (tackles) - not seen anywhere else

      For the NFL, their same game parlays included almost every player prop available. Many sportsbooks don't have props like rushing attempts, pass attempts, and receptions for the same game parlays.

      Competitors didn't have the same robust offering or options:  BetMGM has a highly limited offering of SGPs, particularly for the NBA. FoxBET doesn't offer true SGPs– only pre-made parlays rather than a build-your-own functionality.

      Caesars New York Odds

      Caesars Sportsbook has an excellent selection of MLB odds, and you can check some of them in the tables below.

      MLB Game Odds: Colorado Rockies vs. New York Mets

      Below is a selection of odds for the upcoming MLB game: Updated July 12, 2024 - Odds Provided by Caesars - Subject to Change





      Colorado Rockies

      (+1.5) +100


      Over 9.0 (+105)

      New York Mets

      (-1.5) -120


      Under 9.0 (-125)

      MLB Futures Odds

      Below is a selection of odds for the MLB 2024 World Series: Updated July 12, 2024 - Odds Provided by Caesars - Subject to Change

      Team MLB 2024 World Series
      LA Dodgers +320
      NY Yankees +450
      PHI Phillies +500
      BAL Orioles +625

      Caesars New York Market Pricing

      How much does "Sportsbook Pricing" matter?

      These pricing differences are most apparent when the moneylines get bigger. For example:

      Action Network Logo Caesars Sportsbook Logo FanDuel Sportsbook Logo
      Bills logo Bills -205 -200
      Dolphins logo Dolphins +175 +160

      Even though Caesars has a slightly worse price on the Bills, it has a much better price on the Dolphins, and overall there's less vig on this market than at FanDuel. Caesars averaged about 4.1% vig on those moneyline markets over the entire season, while most other major U.S. books were between 4.8% and 5.2%. Over hundreds of bets that will add up to a significant cost.

      Caesars doesn't have the best price available on every single bet type – few books do unless they're catering to sharp bettors like Circa Sports – but there are some other markets where you'll notice strong pricing from Caesars. They often have the best lines on UFC finishing method props – like Colby Covington to win by decision or Kamaru Usman to win by TKO or K.O., for example.

      If you like diving into more niche markets, note that you'll pay a higher price than some other places.

        Analysis parameters:

        • Data collected from 1/1/2021-4/1/2022
        • Used closing odds (the odds 30 minutes before game-time) in calculations
        • Each data point is the average book-edge for the month
        • Each # is represented as a percent of the book's edge

        The book with the lowest average book edge is considered to have the best price.

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        Steve Petrella is the deputy editor for Action, supervising all written content across the website and best-in-class mobile app. He began his career at Sporting News, where he eventually oversaw the Linemakers. Steve then went to Cox Media Group, led content strategy for several college football websites, and even appeared on a live betting stream. In 2018, he joined Action Network as its college football and college basketball editor and worked his way up.

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        Caesars NY FAQs
        How long do I need to wait to place a wager once I have deposited to my account?

        Funds should be available immediately after a successful deposit.

        What is the minimum amount that I can deposit to my account?

        There is a $20 minimum for all digital deposits

        Is Caesars Sportsbook allowed in New York?

        Yes. Caesars Sportsbook went live in the Empire State in January and is available for all bettors aged 21 or older.