Operators from all directions have come to the Garden State to set up sports betting apps and licensing in New Jersey. One of them that came west from Las Vegas is Caesars Sportsbook. Caesars has had an extended presence in Atlantic City dating back to the 1970s with properties like Bally’s, Harrah’s and Caesars. Now, Caesars has reaffirmed its presence in the ever-growing sports betting landscape by launching an online platform for taking wagers.
Obviously, with its presence in Sin City, Caesars already had plenty of experience with operating an app, so it was a seamless transition to loop the New Jersey sportsbooks into the program. Fortunately, adding New Jersey to the mix forced the developers to provide some upgrades that have created a faster, cleaner experience.
Betting on the app is easy for those in New Jersey, but it is easier than you think for residents of adjacent states. How do I bet on sports in New York? Well, you can either use the online capabilities of upstate casinos or you can just get within the borders of New Jersey, download the Caesars app, sign up, fund your account, and start making your bets. You’ll just have to be in New Jersey every time you use it.
The same can be said for those wondering how to bet on sports in Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, or other nearby states like Connecticut and Virginia. With Caesars, you know you are getting the opportunity to bet with one of the best as far as domestic sports betting operators and it may fall right in line with your desire to stay at any of the Caesars properties when you do head to Atlantic City.
A Punter’s Palace
Much like a palace, or, well, Caesars Palace, everything that you could want or need exists in the Caesars app. Straight bets, parlays, teasers, sides, totals, round robins, whatever types of wagers you want to make, you can make them in the Caesars app.
Do you want to bet on MLB? It’s there. NFL? There. College football? There, except for games played in the state of New Jersey, which is a statewide rule for both CFB and college basketball. NHL? There. International sports like soccer, tennis, golf, and rugby? All there.
Like most of the New Jersey sports betting apps, you can use your mobile device or a desktop/laptop to get your bets in, so long as you are in the state and have an account.
Something fun for those just starting out, which will be a lot of people in this post-PASPA world, is that the minimum bet on the Caesars app is $1 for straight bets and 1 cent for parlays and round robins.
That means that you can learn with real money in the game, but at very small, very comfortable stakes. Something else that helps bettors from getting in too deep is that you can set daily, weekly, and monthly betting limits so that you don’t go overboard.
This is a really cool function and one that few other sportsbooks in New Jersey offer. There are always people that are going to walk into a casino and want to try a table game, but won’t want to play with the $5 or $10 minimums. They’ll walk away sullen and disappointed. The inclusiveness of the Caesars app is a really strong selling point for those that want to dip a toe or maybe a foot in the pool and test the waters. Not all sportsbooks offer that.
There is a common misconception that this is a business where only big money bettors can hang. That’s not true. Everybody had to start somewhere and the Caesars app is a great place to start if you aren’t quite sure what you are doing, but you want to learn.
How do I get my money in? More importantly, how do I get my money out? Caesars makes it easy to do both. Credit card deposits via Visa and Mastercard are options. You can also use a prepaid card, which is a popular option with most of the operators in the state. PayNearMe, Neteller, an e-check, PayPal, or the cage at Caesars Atlantic City are all additional options. Many New Jersey residents and those leaking over the state borders use PayPal, which also takes credit card payments.
To withdraw, you can visit the cage, which is a nice excuse for heading down to the boardwalk. You can also use request payouts via e-check, Caesars prepaid card, Neteller, and PayPal. PayPal, once again, is the most popular method in both directions for those that want to start betting on sports in New Jersey.
Caesars offers a lot of bonuses that are competitive with the other operators in New Jersey. New account holders get a bonus for signing up and then a match bonus that unlocks upon your first deposit. Caesars offers a lot of daily and weekly specials and other free bets for staying in the game.
Caesars is also running some terrific online casino bonuses as well. At its core, this is a company well-versed in all forms of gambling, so it makes a lot of sense that casino offers would be plentiful. You can also use your Reward Credits and convert them into Real Money, much like you can in brick-and-mortar Caesars properties around the US and Canada.
That also means that you can link your Caesars Rewards account, which can help you get better deals on hotels, dining, and entertainment by accumulating Tier Credits and Reward points. Many operators have their own rewards programs, but they are limited to use within the app. Almost by default, this makes the Caesars Rewards option the best loyalty program in New Jersey.
This is a great all-around app. It benefits novices that are just starting out and also the more experienced players, especially those that have accumulated some Caesars Rewards points and are looking to build up the statuses. Everything that you would expect to find in this app is there, with activity on all the major sports leagues and with access to all of the most popular bet types.
This is also one of the most advanced live casino interfaces in the business, so you can enjoy spinning those reels on the couch or get some craps bets in without having to stand up next to the table with cigarette smoke blowing in your eyes. The Caesars Sports app has everything you could possibly want.
Sign up with Caesars today!