Caesars Sportsbook Welcome Offers For Sports Betting In Arizona

Written By Derek Helling on September 9, 2021

The biggest news for sports fans in the Grand Canyon State is the coming introduction of legal sports betting in Arizona. For Arizona Diamondbacks and Cardinals fans, that now means the chance to cash in on a pretty substantial Caesars Arizona sportsbook promo.

While Arizona sports fans celebrate the official launch of sports betting in the state Thursday, they can sign up for an account and reap the rewards. CLAIM NOW and get a free bet worth up to $5,000.

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BONUS IF YOU SIGN UP NOW: $1 For Every Arizona Team Point

Sign up now for this Caesars Arizona Sportsbook promo, and you’ll also get $1 for every point scored by Arizona teams in these upcoming games:

  • Sept 10-12: Every Diamondbacks run scored in their three-game series against the Mariners
  • Sept. 11: Arizona State vs. UNLV college football game
  • Sept. 11: Arizona vs. San Diego State college football game
  • Sept. 12: Titans vs. Cardinals NFL game

If that’s not enough, you can also get an official jersey from the NFL shop, on the house:

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  • During September, place at least $100 in NFL wagers (markets no shorter than -200) and receive a $150 digital gift card towards a jersey at official NFL shop

When Can I Bet On Sports in Arizona?

The hope is for Caesars to begin taking bets Sept. 9, pending regulatory approval. Although DraftKings and the Diamondbacks have contingent plans for a brick-and-mortar sportsbook near Chase Field, the app could be where it’s at for most Arizonians.

At this point, both Caesars and the Diamondbacks have received approval by the AZ Dept. of Gaming for sports betting licenses.

While waiting for the official launch, Arizonians can find out whether they’re eligible to place bets and what their prospects look like for cashing in on Caesars’ deals when they’re live. There could be multiple offers for some AZ residents.

Eligibility requirements for Caesars offers in AZ

If you have questions about how to qualify for Caesars promos in Arizona, we have answers. Some of the answers are still pending the results of regulatory approvals.

How do I know whether I’m eligible to bet on sports in AZ? If you’re at least 21 years of age and not on any gambling self-exclusion lists, you’re good to go. Just note that when you go to actually make your wagers, you have to be within the state’s lines.

If I have used Caesars Sportsbook in other places like Nevada, will I have to register for a new account again for use in AZ? That’s unclear right now. Caesars should provide guidance on that in the very near future assuming approval.

What kind of new user offers will Caesars make available in AZ? Again, that’s pending regulatory approval and Caesars’ announcement thereafter. However, you might be able to get in on both that and any special AZ launch deal if you’re new to the brand. Again, this information should be available soon.

At the same time we learn more about Caesars, details about the sportsbook’s competition in AZ should materialize as well.

The AZ “conspirators” against Caesars

Like how Brutus and Marc Anthony joined a conspiracy against the actual Julius Caesar, several of the biggest gambling brands across the nation and entertainment companies in AZ are set to try to take Caesars down in AZ. Among them are:

Rush Street Interactive, which operates the BetRivers Sportsbook in several jurisdictions, has confirmed it applied for licensure. It’s also generally believed that the Arizona Coyotes applied as well. Neither of those companies has verified a partner for this purpose, however.

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Derek Helling is a lead writer for PlayUSA and the manager of BetHer. He is a 2013 graduate of the University of Iowa and covers the intersections of sports with business and the law.

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