Caesars Sportsbook Has Last-Chance Offer for NFL Jersey and $5,000 Risk-Free Bet

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The third week of the NFL season kicks off tonight with the Carolina Panthers taking on the Houston Texans, and Caesars Sportsbook is offering a fantastic pair of promos for Week 3. New users can get the biggest risk-free first bet offer, while all users can get an NFL jersey of their choice just by betting on NFL games through the end of this month.

Caesars Sportsbooks is offering prospective bettors a $5,000 risk-free first bet, as well as one final week to earn an NFL jersey for wagering $100+ on September NFL games.

Caesars Sportsbook has been rolling with arguably the best pair of promos found at any legal online sportsbook, offering new users the largest risk-free bet anywhere with a value of up to $5,000, as well as an offer for a new NFL jersey just for betting $100 or more on NFL games in September.

Click here to sign up for Caesars Sportsbook if you’re in Colorado, here for Arizona, here for Virginia, here for Michigan, here for New Jersey, here for Tennessee, and here for Indiana.

Caesars Sportsbook NFL Jersey Offer

Of all the promos being offered by legal online sportsbooks, there might not be a more interesting offer than Caesars Sportsbook’s NFL jersey promo. Bettors who plan on wagering $100 or more on NFL games this weekend can earn an NFL jersey of their choice as an added incentive.

When this promo was rolled out ahead of Week 1, prospective bettors knew they had until September 30 to place a total of at least $100 on NFL action this month. Week 3 represents the final week’s worth of NFL action to bet on. It’s important to note that the $100 threshold that bettors need to meet to get a jersey is a cumulative total that can be reached by combining a number of smaller Week 3 NFL bets as long as they settle by September 30, 2021 and total at least $100.

Note: Futures bets are excluded from this offer. Moneyline, point spread, over/under, and live in-game bets with odds of -200 or better will count toward the $100 threshold.

$5,000 Risk-Free First Bet

Any prospective bettor weighing the various legal online sportsbook options will undoubtedly come across a number of risk-free first bet offers. The major difference between Caesars Sportsbook’s offer and those of their competitors is the financial upside.

Most legal online sportsbooks have an established cap on their risk-free bet of $500 or $1,000. Caesars Sportsbook’s $5,000 risk-free first bet offer absolutely blows past that mark with the biggest offer in the industry.

New users who sign up and take advantage of the $5,000 risk-free bet will get insurance on their first bet of up to $5,000. If a bettor places a $300 moneyline bet on the Broncos to win this weekend but they lost, Caesars Sportsbook will refund the user’s account $300 in site credit.

How to Sign Up with Caesars Sportsbook

To take advantage of these promos from Caesars Sportsbook, bettors will need to register for a new account. The process only takes a few minutes to complete.

  • Click on any the state link that corresponds with your state on the list above or below.
  • Complete the registration process.
  • Make a first deposit to qualify for the NFL jersey and $5,000 risk-free first bet promos.
  • Opt into the “Bet $100, Get a Free NFL Jersey” promo via the promotions tab.
  • Sign up to be a Caesars Rewards member, which is free and offers a bunch of perks.
  • Place a total of $100+ on NFL Week 3 games that settle by September 30, 2021.

When you meet the $100 threshold on NFL bets, Caesars Sportsbook will send a $150 gift card to be used toward the purchase of the NFL jersey of your  choice.

Users must be at least 21-years-old and be physically located within the state limits of the app you select. Keep in mind this is the final week to get in on Caesars Sportsbook’s NFL jersey offer.

To sign up with Caesars Sportsbook, click here if you’re in Colorado, here for Arizona, here for Virginia, here for Michigan, here for New Jersey, here for Tennessee, and here for Indiana.