Popular Caesars NFL Jersey Promotion in Arizona Nears End

Popular Caesars NFL Jersey Promotion in Arizona Nears End

We’ve reached the final week for Arizona sports betting users to take advantage of NFL jersey giveaway by Caesars Arizona in the state.

The promotion allows those using Caesars’ app in Arizona to get a free jersey, once users place a wager on a contest with odds of -200 or better as well as completing $100 worth of NFL bets to qualify for an NFL jersey of their choice.

After that, they will receive a $150 NFL Shop gift card in their account.

Additionally, Caesars’ giveaway includes a risk-free bet worth up to $5,000 when they register for an account in Arizona.

The promotion, which launched on Sept. 9, coinciding with the start of NFL betting in Arizona, will end on Thursday, company representatives told BetArizona.com.

You can look for details about the jersey promotion at this Caesars promo page.

Check out this page for other Arizona Sportsbook Promotions.

Strong Opening Month of Operations

The Arizona NFL betting promotion has been well-received by users in the state, according to Caesars Entertainment Head of Sports Ken Fuchs.

Fuchs said in an email to BetArizona.com that Caesars’ launch and early operations in Arizona have more than met the company’s expectations, leading them to ramp up efforts in the state going forward. It doesn't hurt that the Arizona Cardinals have started 3-0.

“We are excited about the accelerating growth of Caesars Sportsbook since our nationwide re-launch in early August,” Fuchs said in the email. “The launch of sports betting in Arizona on Sept. 9 — coinciding with the kickoff of the NFL season — has been delivering strong initial results that showcase the potential for the state.

“The feedback from customers — both qualitatively and quantitatively — validates the power of combining our iconic Caesars brand with great technology and a marketing effort to match.”



Christopher Boan is the lead writer at BetArizona.com after covering sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years, including stops at ArizonaSports.com, the Tucson Weekly and the Green Valley News.

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