Caesars NY Promo Code for NFL Kickoff: Bills Vs. Rams

It’s been seven long months, but NFL football is finally here. The Buffalo Bills head to SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Thursday, Sept. 8, to take on the defending Super Bowl champion Rams, and the sports betting world couldn’t be more pumped. Caesars is celebrating the return of gridiron action with a special offer for football fans in New York. New customers can get a Free Bet up to $1,250 on Caesars, plus 1000 Tier Credits and 1000 Reward Credits®.

All you have to do is place an initial deposit of at least $10 and place your first wager. If your bet loses, you’ll receive the entire stake of your wager up to $1,250 for a one-time use Free Bet. But win or lose, you’ll still receive 1,000 Tier Credits and 1,000 Reward Credits®.

Caesars NY Promo Code SHARPBETFULL: How To Claim

The Caesars NY sign-up process is simple, and you’ll have your bonus claimed in a New York minute. Just follow these steps.

  1. Sign up for a Caesars sportsbook account and use the promo code: SHARPBETFULL
  2. Make a minimum deposit of $10
  3. Place your first bet! (Bet must settle within 30 of opening your account to qualify)
  4. Receive 1,000 Tier Credits and 1,000 Reward Credits® within seven days after the qualifying wager settles

Other Terms and Conditions to note

  • Must be 21+
  • Must register with code: SHARPBETFULL
  • The promo applies to your first bet up to $1,250
  • Your first bet must settle within 30 days of opening your account
  • You must use your free bet within 14 days of receiving it
  • The amount of the credit isn’t eligible for withdrawal. You must use it to bet on the Caesars Sportsbook website or app
  • Receive 1,000 Tier Credits and 1,000 Reward Credits®

Betting on the Bills vs. Rams

You’d be hard-pressed to find a more exciting game to bet on for your first wager with Caesars Sportsbook. The Bills and Rams are both Super Bowl contenders this year, and this game should set the tone for what should be a thrilling NFL season.

Caesars offers one of the most extensive betting selections in the business, and we’ve picked a couple of potential NY sports betting options for your consideration.

Pick: Bills Moneyline (-135)

The moneyline is the most straightforward wager in sports betting, and that’s why we like it. The Bills are -135 in this one, meaning you’d have to bet $135 to win $100.

The Bills have been to the postseason four of the last five years but haven’t reached the Super Bowl since 1993. All four of their recent playoff exits have one thing in common they lost on the road. Buffalo will look to avoid that trend this year and secure home-field advantage throughout the playoffs, and it starts Thursday night in Los Angeles.

QB Josh Allen is coming off a historic season in which he became the first player to record more than 4,000 passing yards (4,407) and 750 rushing yards (763). He also threw for 36 touchdowns and ran for six more. All that’s left for this former seventh-overall pick is a trip to the Super Bowl, and this feels like the year.

The Rams are no slouch, but they have lost a few key players (Odell Beckham Jr., Andrew Whitworth, Von Miller), and we’re betting they’ll be slow out of the gates after their championship season. The public seems to agree. The Bills opened up as a 1-point underdog against the Rams, but Buffalo is now a -2.5-road favorite.

Pick: Over 53 Points

We like the over here for a few reasons. First of all, the Bills led the AFC in scoring last season (483 points) and were third in the NFL. They averaged 29.8 points per game and scored at least 26 points in 13 of their regular season games. The Rams can also put points on the board, as you’d expect from Super Bowl champions. They finished sixth in the league in points, averaging 27 per game.

The over has hit in four of the last five Buffalo road games, and the Rams have gone over in five straight September matches. All signs point to an explosive game with some big numbers. The 53-point total might look high, but it’s still not high enough. Take the over.

AP Photo/Jacob Kupferman

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Ryan Hagen

Ryan Hagen is a writer and contributor for NY Sports Day. He’s spent most of his career writing in roles that have ranged from copywriter at a boutique ad agency to corporate communications at a large oil firm. His true passion is sports, and he’s now been writing in the sports gaming industry for the last couple of years.

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