Caesars New York Promo Code: Get a $1,250 Bet for CFB Week 1

Officially, the 2022 college football season got underway last weekend with a handful of games taking place. But the season gets rolling with a full slate of action this weekend. To get your season off to a good start, Caesars has a can’t-miss Caesars New York Promo Code for new users to enjoy.

Caesars NY Promo Code SHARPBETFULL: How to Claim

It is not hard for new users to claim their welcome bonus when they sign up for a new account with Caesars NY. You must download the Caesars Sportsbook app to your mobile device and then open an account by completing the registration process.

When prompted, enter our Caesars New York Promo Code SHARPBETFULL in the appropriate space.

After you make your first deposit, you’ll need to make your first bet ($10 minimum). The promo only applies to your first wager. Should you lose your first wager, Caesars New York will credit your account with a free bet equal to the stake of your lost wager, up to $1,250.

Win or lose, you will also receive 1,000 rewards and 1,000 tier credits.

Let’s say you decide to swing for the fences and put $1,000 down on Colorado State to beat Michigan at +2200, but then on Saturday, the Wolverines crush the Rams. Caesars New York will deposit a $1,000 free bet into your account. If you bet $2,000, you would only get a $1,250 free bet.

Do not sit on it too long, though. You have 14 days to use it. Fail to do so, and Caesars NY will remove it from your account.

CFB Games This Weekend

Most big-name schools play it safe during Week 1, but a handful of teams are looking to make a statement to start the season. Three games will feature two ranked teams facing off. You can find betting odds for all of these games at New York sports betting outlets.

No. 11 Oregon vs. No. 3 Georgia, Atlanta — Saturday, Sept. 3, 3:30 p.m. ET

Oregon has a ton of talent on both sides of the ball, but the Ducks may be facing a Georgia team looking to prove one thing: to be the best, you have to beat the best. Since the Bulldogs have not lost since winning the national championship last year, they may feel like they deserve to be the No. 1 team in the country not Alabama.

However, it may not be as easy to take down the Ducks. Oregon has one of the better offensive lines in the country and a top-notch defensive front. While the team has yet to name a starting quarterback, Auburn transfer Bo Nix is considered the front runner.

As for the Bulldogs, an underappreciated Stetson Bennett is back at quarterback to lead the offense. While the defense that led the way to the national championship has been decimated by the NFL Draft, plenty of talent is waiting in the wings.

No. 23 Cincinnati at No. 19 Arkansas — Saturday, Sept. 3, 3:30 p.m. ET

Like the Bulldogs, the Cincinnati Bearcats lost a lot of talent to the NFL, including several players off of a stellar defense and quarterback Desmond Ridder. A solid offensive line will help whoever starts at QB. As for the defense, several rotational players will need to step into more prominent roles.

The Razorbacks have a solid squad on both sides of the ball and are coming back with an offense led by Heisman-hopeful QB KJ Jefferson.

No. 5 Notre Dame at No. 2 Ohio State — Saturday, Sept. 3, 7:30 p.m. ET

There is nothing Notre Dame would like to do more than start the Marcus Freeman Era with a win over the No. 2 team in the country. Of course, defeating Ohio State will not be easy. The Buckeyes have one of the most potent offenses in the country. As for the OSU defense, it had some issues last season and may have some kinks to work out against Notre Dame.

But the Ohio State offense could give the defense all the cushion it needs. Notre Dame’s defense is supposed to be talented, but it will need to reach new heights to keep CJ Stroud and the Buckeye offense at bay.

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Travis Pulver

Travis Pulver is a lifelong football fan, something he says comes naturally having been born in the football-crazy state of Texas. Through the years, his love of sports has extended into baseball, basketball, golf, and rugby. Life currently finds him in Indiana with his wife and two kids.

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