Caesars Promo Code For Monday Night Football – $1,250 First Bet on Caesars for Giants & Cowboys

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The New York Giants are hosting the Dallas Cowboys for Monday Night Football this week in an NFC East showdown. Caesars Sportsbook is offering new users a bonus of up to $1,250, plus other perks when you use the Caesars promo code “LEGALFULL”.

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Caesars promo code For Monday Night Football

Sign up at Caesars Sportsbook using the Caesars promo code LEGALFULL to redeem a welcome bonus of up to $1,250 on Caesars. After you do that, deposit money into your account and place any type of wager on the Monday Night Football game this week. If your bet loses, Caesars will refund you the entire amount of your stake, up to $1,250. You do not need to bet $1,250 to qualify; for example, if your first bet was $50 and it loses, Caesars will refund you the $50 in the form of a free bet you can use on the sportsbook.

You will also receive 1,000 tier credits and 1,000 reward credits when you use the Caesars Sportsbook promo code “LEGALFULL”. With those credits, you can redeem prizes on the sportsbook or experiences at Caesars Entertainment venues.

Caesars Sportsbook preview of Monday Night Football — Dallas Cowboys at New York Giants

Prior to the start of the season and before Dak Prescott’s hand injury, the Cowboys were three-point favorites in this Monday Night Football game. Now, they are one-point underdogs and the Giants are -115 moneyline favorites. Oddsmakers aren’t expecting this to be a particularly high-scoring game, as its over/under is among the lowest of all Week 3 totals at 39 points. The Giants are 12-0-1 at hitting the under in their last 13 games at MetLife Stadium.

The Cowboys’ offense has totaled 23 points through Weeks 1 and 2 compared to the Giants’ 40. However, this will probably be the toughest defense the Giants offense has seen so far this season. The Dallas pass rush could cause problems for Daniel Jones and his offensive line, which has given up seven sacks in the first two games.

We could see a heavy ground game this week, as both coaches will be looking to keep quarterback errors at bay, and both teams have running threats to help with that.

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