Caesars Promo Code & Offers for F1, Tour De France, MLB

Written By Dustin Gouker on July 22, 2022
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Best Caesars promo code For July 2022

Caesars offers several promotions on its platform, but its largest is a $1,500 risk-free bet for new users. In other words, if you are a new user and your first bet loses, Caesars will refund your bet up to $1,500. To get started, open a Caesars Sportsbook account, and use the Caesars promo code LEGAL15 when you place your first bet to insure it up to $1,500. The refund will be issued in the form of a free bet on Caesars Sportsbook.

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Caesars MLB special for Arizona, Illinois, New Jersey, & New York,

New users at Caesars interested in betting on the back half of the MLB season will have special offers to do so at Caesars Sportsbook. From July 21 to July 24, users who live in Arizona, Illinois, New Jersey, and New York can bet $20 on the Mets, White Sox, or Diamondbacks to win. If they do, users win $100 on Caesars Sportsbook.

Note that this offer cannot be used in tandem with the $1,500 risk-free bet. Therefore, you must choose either the bet of $20, win $100, or the $1,500 risk-free bet when signing up. Also, users from AZ, IL, NJ, and NY can use the bonus on any one of the three teams; it does not have to be the local market squad.

Caesars and upcoming sporting events in July

Caesars has already posted odds for upcoming sporting events happening throughout July and beyond. Formula 1’s French Grand Prix, which takes place on July 24, has future bets available and will have live betting options on race day. It also has Tour De France lines and futures bets, as well as a large market of MLB options.

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Dustin Gouker has been a sports journalist for more than 15 years, working as a reporter, editor and designer -- including stops at The Washington Post and the D.C. Examiner.

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