Caesars Sportsbook offers last chance at NFL jersey promo and $5,000 risk-free bet for TNF

Caesars Sportsbook offers last chance at NFL jersey promo and $5,000 risk-free bet for new users who sign up for the sportsbook before TNF.

Tonight’s Thursday Night Football matchup between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals will kick off Week 4 and Caesars Sportsbook is offering one last chance to get an NFL jersey, as well as a $5,000 risk-free first bet.  This pair of promos is easily one of the most enticing available from any legal online sportsbook.

Caesars Sportsbook is offering a final chance to wager $100 or more on NFL games this month, as well as a massive $5,000 risk-free first bet. 

Caesars Sportsbook has made real inroads in the quest of gaining a real foothold in a number of markets across the country. The NFL jersey offer has been wildly popular and the $5,000 risk-free bet promo has certainly turned heads.

Get an NFL jersey of your choice after wagering $100+ on tonight’s TNF game, as well as a $5,000 risk-free first bet by clicking here for New Jersey, here for Arizona, here for Colorado, here for Virginia, here for Tennessee, here for Michigan, here for Indiana, and here for Iowa.

One last chance for Caesars Sportsbook NFL jersey promo

Caesars Sportsbook rolled out perhaps the most unique promo for new and existing users at the beginning of the NFL season, offering a free NFL jersey to those who placed $100 or more in wagers on NFL games taking place in September.

Featuring Caesars Sportsbook spokesman JB Smoove, the sportsbook launched TV, radio, and internet ads touting the incredible offer, which effectively provided another incentive for bettors already planning on betting on NFL games.

Tonight’s Thursday Night Football game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals represents the final opportunity to get in on this promo, as it’s the final September NFL game. Players can place a single $100+ wager to qualify or a number of smaller bets that total at least $100.

Note: Bets that count toward this offer must carry odds of -200 or better, including moneyline, spread, over/under, and live in-game bets. Futures bets do not count toward the $100 threshold.

Massive $5,000 risk-free first bet

It was clear that big things were coming when Caesars Entertainment acquired William Hill PLC earlier this year. Caesars Sportsbook was rebranded and relaunched in a number of states with new branding, logos, and advertising creativity.

Caesars Sportsbook immediately established itself as a force in new and existing markets by virtue of the incredible $5,000 risk-free first bet offer. While many online sportsbooks offer a risk-free bet of $500 or $1,000, Caesars Sportsbook’s $5,000 risk-free bet is the industry leader by a wide margin.

This risk-free bet offer means that if a new user bets $1,300 on the Jaguars to win tonight but the Bengals win, Caesars Sportsbook will refund the user’s account $1,300 in site credit.

How to sign up with Caesars Sportsbook

Any prospective bettor interested in the NFL jersey promo and $5,000 risk-free first bet offer will first have to sign up for a Caesars Sportsbook account.

  • Click on the state link above or below that matches the state you intend to bet from.
  • Complete the registration process.
  • Deposit at least $100 to use toward the NFL jersey promo.
  • Navigate to the promotions tab or landing page to opt into the “Bet $100, Get a Free NFL Jersey” promo.
  • Sign up for free for the Caesars Rewards member program.
  • Place at least $100 in wagers on tonight’s Jaguars-Bengals game.

Once you’ve met the $100 threshold as part of the NFL jersey promo, you’ll receive a $150 gift card to use when purchasing the authentic NFL jersey of your choice.

Get a $5,000 risk-free bet from Caesars Sportsbook and bet on tonight’s game to get a new NFL jersey by clicking here for New Jersey, here for Arizona, here for Colorado, here for Virginia, here for Tennessee, here for Michigan, here for Indiana, and here for Iowa.

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