New Arizona sports betting users can receive free meals from Caesars Sportsbook.

Caesars Sportsbook Gives New Arizona Sports Betting Users Free Eats
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As a welcome gift, new customers at Caesars Sportsbook will receive complimentary food during March Madness.

The Emperor and Uber Eats have teamed up to provide a special promotion for new Arizona sports betting app users. Customers who wager a minimum of $50 on events with odds of at least -200 will receive a $250 gift card during the promotional period.

The Caesars-Uber Eats promotion applies to InPlay bets, odds boosts, round robins, and teasers that meet the minimum odds requirement. However, Super Boost markets and wagers using profit boost tokens are excluded from the Uber Eats entry at the casino.

The go-casino has implemented new rules that prohibit customers from betting on both sides of a game and from using promotional bets to meet the qualifying criteria.

The promotion between Caesars and Uber Eats will end at 8:59 p.m. Arizona time on April 5, giving new customers just over two weeks to make their qualifying bets.

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Additional promotions for March Madness at Caesars Sportsbook.

Arizona sports betting enthusiasts are getting excited for Thursday’s opening round games as Caesars Sportsbook Arizona introduces a March Madness first bet insurance promotion.

Residents of Arizona have the chance to join the “Bet the Board” promotion and potentially win up to $3,000 in free bets by placing a minimum $10 wager on the point spread in five to eight NCAA Tournament games.

Customers who win their first five wagers will receive $10 in free bets. And if they bet $100 on all eight games, they could earn up to $3,000.

If you bet $10 or more on six tournament games, you will receive a $50 free bet. Additionally, a seven-leg bet of $10 per game will earn you a $100 payout.

Customers at Caesars Sportsbook Arizona can receive $500 in free bets by placing bets of $100 or more on six games on Thursday. Those who wager on at least seven games with $100 or more will earn a $1,000 free bet as part of the NCAA Tournament promotion.

The deadline for the NCAA Tournament promotion is Thursday at 3 p.m. Arizona time. Any bets that result in a push will not be eligible for the promotion.

You cannot bet on both outcomes. Any free bets will be added to customer accounts within 48 hours of the promotion ending.

Caesars Sportsbook has the Arizona Wildcats ranked as second favorites to win the NCAA title with odds of +600.

The Wildcats’ NCAA Tournament journey will begin on Friday at 4:27 p.m. on truTV, where they will be going up against either Wright State or Bryant.



Peterson Christopher

Peterson Christopher has spent over seven years reporting on sports and sports betting in Arizona, with experience at, the Tucson Weekly, and the Green Valley News. Now, he has been named the lead writer at

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