Caesars Sportsbook NY Promo Code: Up To $1,250 For Betting College Football Kickoff

Written By Dave Briggs on August 30, 2022

Sports gamblers in New York looking to bet College Football Week 1 action can take advantage of a fantastic Caesars NY promo code.

New users with Caesars Sportsbook New York can earn up to $1,250 back on a first bet on college football kickoff weekend with this Caesars New York promo code. Remember that you will have to bet on out-of-state teams when you use the Caesars NY promo code. It is illegal to bet on in-state schools with New York sportsbooks.

The Caesars Go Full Caesar promotion offers 100% back on new customers’ first bet up to $1,250. Lose and you get back the amount of your bet back as a Free Bet. Win or lose the Caesars NY promo code, you will receive 1,000 Reward Credits and 1,000 Tier Credits.

No code is required, simply click the link here to sign up and the Caesars New York promo code will be activated for you.

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Caesars Sportsbook NY promo offers $1,250 risk free

The Caesars sportsbook NY promo gives new customers a shot of betting up to $1,250 risk free.

Here’s how to get this Caesars New York promo code:

  1. Sign up and create an account with Caesars New York by clicking the above link.
  2. Deposit at least $10 into your account
  3. Use promo code: CZRFULL
  4. Your first bet with Caesars NY must be at least $10 to qualify.
  5. Bet on the out-of-state college football game of your choice.

If your first bet with Caesars NY loses, you will receive a free bet equal to the value of the qualifying wager up to $1,250.

Regardless of whether you win or lose your bet, you will receive:

  • 1,000 Caesars Tier Credits
  • 1,000 Caesars Rewards Credits 

New York sports betting leads the nation

NY sports betting is huge business.

In fact, the Empire State leads the nation by a wide margin through the first seven months of 2022. Sports bettors in NY have bet nearly $8.6 billion this year. That’s well ahead of New Jersey ($5.8 billion) and Illinois ($4.75 billion).

New York also leads the US in sports betting revenue ($608 million). Illinois is second ($344 million).

Georgia Bulldogs begin title defense against old coach

Despite a smattering of college football games already, this weekend is truly considered Week 1 of the college football season.

And there’s a dandy on the schedule on Saturday (Sept. 3) when 13th-ranked Oregon travels to Atlanta to take on the defending national champion Georgia Bulldogs (3:30 p.m. ET, ABC).

Preseason pundits have Georgia ranked third in the nation behind Alabama and Ohio State. The Bulldogs are currently anywhere from a 17 to a 17 ½ point favorite for the game at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.

Caesars currently has the moneyline at:

  • Oregon: +600
  • Georgia: -909

The NY sports betting giant has the over/under at 52.5 points.

Georgia senior QB Stetson Bennett has returned for his fifth and final season. But, he will be missing running backs Zamir White and James Cook, as well as wide receiver George Pickens from last year’s championship squad.

Meanwhile, it’s the start of coach Dan Lanning’s era in Oregon. Last year, Lanning was Georgia’s defensive coordinator.

The Ducks’ strength looks to be its defense. On the offense side of the ball, Lanning has yet to announce whether he will start former Auburn quarterback Bo Nix or Ty Thompson.

Other intriguing games on the Week 1 college football schedule include:

  • Thursday, Sept. 1: Penn State at Purdue — 8 p.m. FOX
  • Saturday, Sept. 3: #5 Notre Dame at #2 Ohio State — 7:30 p.m. ABC
  • Saturday, Sept. 3:  #23 Cincinnati at #19 Arkansas — 3:30 p.m. ESPN
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Dave Briggs is a managing editor and writer for Catena Media. His expertise is covering the gambling industry in North America with emphasis on the casino, sports betting, horse racing and poker sectors. He is currently reporting on the gaming industries in Michigan and Canada.

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