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Caesars Sportsbook NFL Draft Promo Code BOOKIESCZR: First-Bet Insurance Up to $1,100

Caesars Sportsbook NFL Draft Promo Code BOOKIESCZR: First-Bet Insurance Up to $1,100

The 2022 NFL Draft is less than 36 hours away and you can bet on all of the festivities over at Caesars Sportsbook. With the Caesars promo code BOOKIESCZR, new users can claim a first-bet insurance of up to $1,100.

This is an awesome deal to help you bet on the NFL Draft. Caesars Sportsbook offers one of the best sports betting apps out there, so get signed up today and bet on the 2022 NFL Draft.

How To Claim The Caesars Sportsbook Promo Code

Caesars Sportsbook offers first-bet insurance of up to $1,100. To claim the Caesars Sportsbook promo code, following these steps:

  1. Sign up for Caesars Sportsbook using the promo code BOOKIESCZR via the sports betting app or website
  2. Make your first deposit of at least $10
  3. Make a wager and get first-bet insurance up to $1,100

That’s right, you can make your first bet practically risk-free at Caesars Sportsbook for up to $1,100. That means if your first bet loses, you’ll get back up to $1,100 in free bets (if you bet the max).

It’s the perfect deal to use to bet on the 2022 NFL Draft. For instance, you could make a bet on the draft placement of University of Alabama offensive tackle Evan Neal.

If you think he’ll be chosen past the fifth pick, you have to lay -155 odds. But if you want to take a shot at Neal getting picked within the first five picks, the odds are +135.

Taking a shot on an NFL betting underdog with your risk-free bet is always a good idea, so consider betting on draft placement bets over at Caesars Sportsbook.

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Where Can I Bet On The NFL Draft?

The rules for the NFL Draft are different from other sports. There are only certain states where you can bet on the 2022 NFL Draft.

Why? Some states have written into legislation that the NFL Draft isn't an eligibile market based on the fact it's not a traditional "sporting event." Unfortunately, New York (home of the NFL Draft from 1965-2014) doesn't allow NFL Draft betting.

Here are the states you can bet on the NFL Draft via the Caesars Sportsbook betting app:

  • Arizona
  • Colorado
  • Illinois
  • Indiana
  • Louisiana
  • Michigan
  • New Hampshire
  • New Jersey
  • Tennessee
  • West Virginia

You can also bet on the draft at Caesars Sportsbook Ontario. You can bet on the draft in Michigan, but only until midnight on Wednesday. In West Virginia, you can bet on the draft but only until 8 p.m. ET on Wednesday.

NFL Draft betting is prohibited in several states. Here's the list of states (in which Caesars Sportsbook operates) that can't accept NFL Draft bets:

  • Iowa
  • New York
  • Pennsylvania
  • Wyoming
  • Virginia

Caesars Sportsbook allows you to be on the over/under for the draft position for a number of players expected to be taken in the first round of Wednesday’s NFL draft.

In addition, Caesars Sportsbook is offering a generous number of odds boosts just in time for the draft. These boosts have a $100 max bet attached to them.

Some of the best boosts we noticed are:

  • at least one running back selected in the first round at +200
  • Evan Neal to be the first offensive lineman selected at +180
  • The Saints to pick a QB in the first round at +200

With so many options for NFL draft betting, Caesars Sportsbook has proven once again why it’s one of the best best sports betting sites, so get signed up today and bet on the 2022 NFL Draft!

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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.