Arizona sportsbooks are ramping up retail promotions for the upcoming 2022 World Cup.

Arizona Sportsbooks Heat Up Retail Promotions for 2022 World Cup
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The 2022 World Cup, the biggest soccer tournament globally, is set to kick off in Doha, Qatar on Monday, over 8,000 miles away from Arizona.

The US men’s team will make their first appearance in the 2022 event after missing the 2014 competition. They are set to face off against Wales at Al Rayyan Stadium on Monday at noon.

Following that, the U.S. team must defeat either England or Iran to advance beyond the group stage, a task they successfully completed in 2014.

To celebrate the biggest sporting event of the year, downtown Phoenix retail sportsbooks are hosting a range of promotions for customers, including special World Cup bets and soccer-themed prizes.

Check out the promotions being offered by Arizona sportsbooks during the competitions in Qatar featuring top athletes.

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World Cup Odds

⚽️ Brazil+350
⚽️ Argentina+500
⚽️ France+700
⚽️ England+800
⚽️ Spain+800
⚽️ Germany+1000
⚽️ Netherlands+1400
⚽️ Belgium+1400
⚽️ Portugal+350
⚽️ T16 United States+10000
Odds provided by BetMGM Sportsbook Arizona.

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Arizona retail sportsbooks are stepping up their game for the World Cup.

Visitors to Caesars Sportsbook Arizona at Chase Field in downtown Phoenix can anticipate exciting World Cup themed giveaways and exclusive promotions for Arizona sportsbook customers.

The goal of the establishment, including Guy Fieri’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar, is to draw in football fans with irresistible offers that will keep you coming back for more.

According to Bradley Harwood, director of public relations for Caesars Digital, the sportsbook, which opened to the public in June, is ready to welcome World Cup fans from all over the world in the coming weeks.

Harwood revealed that Caesars Sportsbook & Guy Fieri’s DTPHX Kitchen + Bar at Chase Field is the premier location to watch and wager on every World Cup game. Fans can look forward to exciting soccer-themed rewards and exclusive promotions. Stay updated on these fantastic deals and events by following @CaesarsSports on social media.

The Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field will have the following operating hours until the end of the World Cup: weekdays from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., Saturdays from 8 a.m. to midnight, and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

The FanDuel Sportsbook Arizona at Footprint Center, just one block west on Jefferson Street, will have a similar promotion available for both its in-person and online customers.

According to a spokesperson from the New York-based operator, was informed that FanDuel’s main promotion for users is the World Cup Bet. This promotion offers retail users a $5 bonus bet for every $25 increment they wager on a +500 or longer parlay or single-game parlay.

The bonus bets offered at the World Cup kiosk have a maximum limit of $50 and are only valid for single-game parlays. These bets can be placed starting the day after the match and up to seven days after it concludes.

To qualify for the FanDuel promotion, bets must fall within the range of $25 to $250. Depending on the amount wagered, players will receive a bonus bet of $10 for a $50 wager, $15 for a $75 wager, and so forth.

The FanDuel World Cup retail promotion will run from midnight on Nov. 21 through 11:59 p.m. Eastern time on Dec. 4.

BetMGM is providing special deals for the World Cup.

Located in New York, BetMGM Sportsbook is running four promotions for the World Cup. One of these is a $250,000 bracket challenge where users who correctly predict the winner can win the grand prize. If nobody wins, the user with the most accurate bracket will get $50,000. On top of that, participants will receive a $5 bonus bet for each group winner they successfully choose.

The “Tim Howard’s Shootout Challenge” promotion is now live at BetMGM Sportsbook Arizona. Players can join the free daily contest to compete against the talented USMNT goalkeeper in a shootout. Prizes up for grabs include the chance to win $100 in bonus bets.

New customers signing up with BetMGM during the World Cup can get a second chance bet worth up to $1,000. Furthermore, new users who bet at least $10 will receive $200 in bonus bets if a goal is scored in the game they bet on.

In a matter of days, the highly anticipated soccer tournament will begin, bringing together a whole country to cheer on a team of 11 players donning various hues of red, white, and blue.

Customers using Arizona sports betting apps can also use the coming weeks to celebrate their winnings.



Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher has accumulated over seven years of experience in Arizona sports and sports betting, having held positions at, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News. Currently, he is the lead writer at

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