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Caesars Massachusetts Promo Code & Launch Details

Caesars Massachusetts Promo Code & Launch Details
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Good news, bettors: Sports betting will soon launch in the state of Massachusetts, perhaps as soon as NFL season. Once that happens, several of the top sportsbooks will plant their flag in the sand and open up shop. Will Caesars Sportsbook be one of them? 

It’s expected Caesars Massachusetts will be one of the first sportsbooks to apply for a license to operate in the Bay State once Massachusetts sports betting gets a firm timeline for launch.

To that end, here are the latest details when that might happen.

It's not going out on a limb to suggest Caesars will eventually go live in the Bay State. The Caesars Entertainment brand is synonymous with the best, so it only makes sense for the business to take an interest when a new market the size of Massachusetts (more than 7 million residents) comes online. In 2021, Caesars Sportsbook launched after the company purchased the sports betting company William Hill and rebranded in the United States. 

Over the past year, Caesars Sportsbook has worked hard to launch in a number of states and become an industry leader among betting apps. According to the Massachusetts betting legislation that passed the House and Senate, up to 15 mobile licenses will be awarded for Massachusetts betting apps. 

Seven of those must be untethered (without a retail partner) and Caesars MA could be one considering it doesn't have a retail presence in the Bay State.

The next few months will be an exciting time for Massachusetts sports bettors and the addition of Caesars MA to the list of sportsbooks in the state would be great for bettors who value excellence. Before it officially launches, let's explain how Caesars Sportsbook typically operates and what Massachusetts bettors can expect. 

Caesars Sportsbook MA At A Glance

🚀 Expected Launch DateTBD (likely this Fall/Winter)
🥇 Best ForWelcome bonus & User experience
🖊️ Expected Welcome Offer$1,500 Risk-Free Bet
🎁 Caesars MA Promo CodeBOOKIES15 (expected)
💳 Minimum Deposit$20
📲 Caesars Sportsbook MA AppiOS & Android
⌚️ Withdrawal Time3 Days
🌎 Caesars Sportsbook MA Retail LocationN/A

How To Bet At Caesars Sportsbook Massachusetts

Caesars Sportsbook Massachusetts is expected to be one of the best sports betting sites to go live once sports betting launches in the state. Here’s how the Caesars Sportsbook sign-up process usually works:

  1. Go to the Apple App Store for iOS users or the Google Play Store for Android users and search for the Caesars Sportsbook app
  2. Download the Caesars MA app and install it on your smartphone
  3. Create a new sportsbook account
  4. Make your first deposit for at least $20
  5. Enjoy a risk-free first bet worth up to $1,500 (this is the expected offer at Caesars Massachusetts based on previous launch states)

The expected Caesars MA promo code may give you a risk-free first bet worth up to $1,500, which would be perfect to use on your favorite Massachusetts sports teams. Whether it’s the Boston Red Sox, the Boston Celtics, the Boston Bruins, or the New England Patriots, there will be a myriad of betting options for Massachusetts bettors.

As far as banking options go, Caesars MA will likely feature a number of deposit and withdrawal methods including credit/debit cards, PayPal, and online banking. The minimum deposit is expected to be $20. 

In addition to the anticipated Caesars Sportsbook Massachusetts promo code, the sportsbook typically offers other great features to its customers as well, including early cash out, live streaming, and the Caesars rewards loyalty program. All of these features would combine to make Caesars MA a top sportsbook if/when it launches in the state.

At this time of writing, Caesars Massachusetts does not have a retail partner in the state. However, as we get closer to launch, this may change.

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What Does The Massachusetts Caesars Promo Code Offer?

When Caesars MA goes live, it’s expected to offer new customers a risk-free first bet for up to $1,500. You will have to enter a promo code, which is currently BOOKIES15 when signing up in other states, but Massachusetts may be different so check back nearer the launch date for the latest information on the Caesars MA promo code.

How does a $1,500 risk-free bet work? You are able to place your first bet with essentially free insurance because if it loses, you’ll get back an equivalent free bet worth the same value as your first wager (up to $1,500).

Let’s say you want to bet on the Patriots against the spread vs. the New York Jets in NFL betting. In this example the Patriots are -7 point favorites on the spread against the Jets at -110 odds. This means that a winning $1,500 bet would return $2,863.64 (your $1,500 wager plus $1,363.64 in winnings). 

However, if your bet loses, you'll get back $1,500 in the form of a free bet from Caesars.  You typically have up to 14 days to use your free bets.

Bettors in Massachusetts have been waiting a long time for online sports betting to launch in their state. With expected deals such as the $1,500 risk-free first bet via the Caesars MA promo code, you can see why it is such an exciting time to be a sports bettor in Massachusetts.

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About the Author

Adam Martin for Bookies.com
Adam Martin
A writer based out of Toronto, Adam Martin has covered professional sports, with an emphasis on sports gambling, for more than a decade, writing for such outlets as The Toronto Star and Sportsnet. He is an expert in UFC, while also covering NHL betting and the Stanley Cup.