Caesars Sportsbook NY Launch Offer: Up To $3,300 In Free Bets

Written By Grant Lucas on January 8, 2022 - Last Updated on January 13, 2022

Welcome to the world of legal online sports betting in New York.

After years of lobbying and fighting, following months of waiting, the day has finally arrived. The first betting apps have launched in the Empire State. Among them: Caesars Sportsbook.

And to commemorate such a historic day, Caesars NY is offering a historic offer for new sportsbook users, one exclusive to New York and one bettors can take advantage of with very little effort.

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Caesars Sportsbook NY offering up to $3,300 in free bets

In time for the final week of the NFL regular season, not to mention the playoffs and the Super Bowl, Caesars went live Saturday as one of the first New York online sportsbooks to launch in the Empire State.

What’s more, a goliath offer awaits new Caesars users.

Between now and Jan. 31, just by signing up and making a first-time deposit with the sportsbook, new bettors can claim up to $3,300 in free bets. It should be noted that individuals with existing Caesars or William Hill accounts will not be eligible for this promotion.

However, new users who register their online sports betting accounts using the promo code LEGALNEW, or better yet by clicking the banner above, will become eligible to cash in on this Caesars offer.

After creating and registering their account, new Caesars users will be awarded a $300 free bet. On top of that, within three days of opening their account, bettors who make a first-time deposit will have it matched by Caesars up to $3,000.

Bettors will have 30 days to use those free bets before they expire.

How to sign up with Caesars New York

So now the question becomes: How can I create and register by Caesars account to claim these amazing offers?

The answer is simple. Just download the Caesars Sportsbook app and be ready to submit some personal information.

  • Legal name
  • Date of birth
  • Last four digits of Social Security number
  • Residential address
  • Email address
  • Telephone number

Caesars needs this information in order to ensure users are eligible to participate in legal online sports betting as well as verify their identities.

From there, simply agree to Caesars’ terms and conditions. Boom. That $300 sign-up offer is yours. Then make your first-time deposit, and boom. That 100% deposit match is yours.

Caesars expands to New York online sports betting

It seems so long ago that the New York State Gaming Commission selected Caesars as one of nine online sportsbooks to offer legal wagering in the Empire State.

As a result, Caesars adds New York to its ever-growing list of jurisdictions in which it offers legal online sports betting.

Currently, Caesars is live in 12 states, including in nearby New Jersey and Pennsylvania. (It has also pre-launched in Louisiana, with hopes of accepting wagers by early 2022.)

Caesars joined three other online sportsbooks to launch in New York:

Photo by AP / Ross D. Franklin
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Grant Lucas is the senior managing editor for PlayNY. A longtime, award-winning sports writer, Grant has covered gambling and legal sports betting since 2018, when he got his start reporting on the New Jersey and Pennsylvania industries. In 2020, he shifted his attention to the Empire State as lawmakers continued to work toward passing legal online sports betting in New York. Previous the lead writer for PlayNY, Grant now oversees content for the site. Before covering the expansion of legal gambling, Grant served as a sportswriter with The Bulletin newspaper in Bend, Oregon, covering high school, Oregon State and University of Oregon athletics as well as the Portland Trail Blazers. Prior to that - after graduating from Linfield University, where he played baseball for former Yankee and World Series MVP Scott Brosius - Grant worked as a digital content reporter for the Trail Blazers.

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