The New York Mets are ready to start the home stretch of the MLB regular season, with hopes of securing the franchise’s first National League East division title since 2015.
And Caesars Sportsbook NY is prepared to reward New York bettors with a fantastic bonus offer. New customers using the Caesars NY promo code LEGAL5X can turn a $20 bet on the Mets into $100 if New York wins.
Caesars NY promo: Bet $20, win $100 if Mets win
Claiming this big Caesars bonus takes just two things: A bet of any kind on a Mets game, and for the Mets to win that game.
Bettors in New York will have three days to take advantage of this huge Caesars Sportsbook NY promo. In essence, the length of this NY sports betting offer spans the three-game series between the Mets and the visiting San Diego Padres at Citi Field.
- July 22: San Diego Padres at New York Mets, 7:10 p.m. ET
- July 23: San Diego Padres at New York Mets, 7:10 p.m. ET
- July 24: San Diego Padres at New York Mets, 7 p.m. ET
For any of these games, new customers using the Caesars NY promo code LEGAL5X can place a bet of at least $20. You can wager on the moneyline for the Mets to win outright. Place it on the run line for New York to cover the spread. Over/under. Individual player props. Take your pick.
If New York beats the Padres in that game, you will unlock the $100 Caesars NY bonus. Plus, whatever winnings your original bet may have triggered.
A wager with odds of -250 would not qualify for this promotion. And only the first real-money wager after using the Caesars NY promo code will qualify.
Best bet: Under 6.5 runs (+110)
Which version of the Mets do you believe in? The team that went 1-2 in San Diego nearly two months ago, that was outscored 20-2 in those two losses? Or the Mets who went into the All-Star break with four wins in five games, who put up 23 runs during that span?
Obviously, you will have three games to decide the best way to use this Caesars NY promo code. But, let’s focus on the series opener, one that pits New York ace Max Scherzer against San Diego’s Yu Darvish.
That’s quite the battle of top pitching stars. In the first game after the All-Star break? The potential exists for a low-scoring affair.
Scherzer (6-1, 2.22 ERA) and Darvish (8-4, 3.41 ERA) lead two pitching staffs that rank in the top 10 in ERA and opponents’ batting average. In addition, the last time Darvish faced New York on June 7, he went seven innings with just two hits and six strikeouts en route to a Padres shutout. By the same token, the Mets have held opponents to three or fewer runs in each of the past five games and in seven of the past eight.
Granted, an over/under of 6.5 runs is relatively low. But, first game after the Midsummer Classic, a few extra days of rest for pitching staffs, perhaps a bit of rust from hitters? Could add up to a low-scoring game.