With so many states joining the sports betting market (Welcome, Maryland!), it’s never been easier to place a wager on a mobile sportsbook app while hanging with family on Thanksgiving. With this week’s Caesars Promo Code STARTFULL, Caesars Sportsbook is doing the unthinkable by making a $1,250 first bet available to new users. If you lose your first bet on Thanksgiving, Caesars will refund that wager in the form of free betting credit that could be as large as $1,250. The amount will match your first bet.
In other words: your first Thanksgiving NFL bet won’t cost you a thing, because Caesar Sportsbook has your back. Yes, Thursday Night Football will be on air for Thanksgiving. NBC Sports is even making the game between the New England Patriots and Minnesota Vikings, available on broadcast TV. Which makes us want to say, gobble gobble.
How to Claim $1,250 With Caesars Promo Code STARTFULL
When you claim your $1,250 First Bet, Caesars will also give you 1,000 Tier Credits AND 1,000 Reward Credits® for Caesars Sportsbook. That gives you a big headstart on earning discounts, prizes, and experiences from the best customer loyalty program in the sports betting industry.
You need to use a Promo Code, and here’s how it works with Caesars:
- Follow our exclusive link to the Caesars sportsbook website.
- Register with Caesars for your new account with one of the most popular and rewarding sports betting apps available. Registration typically takes less than five minutes but will vary by state.
- Make your first deposit.
- Use Promo Code STARTFULL to claim the $1,250 First Bet.
- Place your first wager (the larger, the more that comes back to you if that bet loses) on NFL Thursday Night Football, or *any other sporting event.
- If your first bet wins, collect your winnings and have another plate of stuffing and yams.
- If your first bet loses, your stake is given back to you in the form of free bets, up to $1,250. Then, have a plate of stuffing and yams.
- Enjoy Thursday Night Football. If your first bet loses, use your free betting credits to fund your Sunday NFL wagering,
*Your first bet must be on the moneyline, spread, or a prop bet. It must be your first bet to qualify for the $1,250 First Bet promo.
Thanksgiving NFL Football Schedule
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys — Thursday, Nov. 24, 4:30 p.m. ET
Three days is not enough time to remove the stink of a double-digit loss to the Lions on your home field. That’s what the Giants carry with them into the late afternoon NFL Thanksgiving game, which will be seen on FOX.
Both the Giants and Cowboys are 7-3, but it feels like one is JV and the other is Varsity as of late. The Giants struggled to fuel up their offense and beat the Texans in Week 10. The G-Men turned the ball over three times in a loss to the Seahawks in Seattle in Week 8, and then the ignominy of Sunday’s defeat at the hands of Detroit. On the other hand, Dallas has won three of four, including a thrashing of the Vikings Sunday on the road.
Oddsmakers at Caesars have recency bias for a good reason and list the Boys as 9.5-point favorites for Turkey Day.
New England Patriots at Minnesota Vikings — Thursday, Nov. 24, 8:20 p.m. ET
The 1970s rock band ELO had a big hit in 1975 with the song “Strange Magic.” We’re not certain if New England coach Bill Belichick has that tune on his Spotify playlist, but it seems to be the theme for his 2022 Patriots.
Belichick is working some strange magic with his team, which has somehow found the end zone enough to navigate to a 6-4 record and sits in playoff position in the AFC. But the Patriots are far from threatening with the football in their mitts. Their 18 TDs on offense rank 26th in the NFL.
How does The Hoodie do it? It’s spelled D-E-F-E-N-S-E. The Patriots’ D has allowed the fourth fewest yards, four rushing TDs, and has proven to be disciplined and well-coached, committing the fewest penalties for the fewest yards in pro football.
The Vikings will need a good performance from QB Kirk Cousins because Dalvin Cook and the one-dimensional Minnesota ground game will be mince-meat against the Pats’ defense. Expect a low- (and we mean low) scoring game in the Thanksgiving afternoon game.