Caesars Ohio Promo Code: $1,500 Bonus For Super Bowl & More

With the recent launch of Ohio sports betting on Jan. 1 2023, there are now a number of betting options for the people of Ohio. Caesars Sportsbook is offering all new users in Ohio up-to $1,500 when they use the Caesars Ohio promo code “LINEUPS1BET” ahead of the Super Bowl.

Caesars Ohio Promo Code + Offer

New Caesars users are eligible for a bonus bet up to $1,500! Sign up using the Caesars Ohio promo code “LINEUPS1BET” and you’ll have access to this offer.

Then, place any sort of bet with Caesars Sportsbook on a sport or market of your choice such as the Super Bowl game. This bet is completely covered by Caesars – up to $1,500. In other words, if that first bet loses, Caesars will refund your wager in the form of a bonus bet on the sportsbook.

For example, if your first wager with Caesars is a $50 bet on the Cavs moneyline and they lose, Caesars will refund you that $50. This offer is eligible for wagers up to $1,500.

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Caesars Ohio Promo Code

Other Caesars Promotions

Caesars is also known for running promotions for not just its new users but existing users as well.

In addition to the $1,500 Super Bowl LVII offer, Caesars is offering a Same Game Parlay Longshot promotion: Opt-in and place a $10+ same game parlay with minimum odds of +1000 on Super Bowl LVII, and if you win get a $57 bet credit! Place a same game parlay for at least $100, with minimum odds of +1000 and if you win get a $570 bet credit.

There is also the Super Bowl LVII Bet Credit Giveaway. Opt-in and place a minimum $5 wager on any market for Super Bowl LVII to enter for a chance to win up to $57,000 in bet credits. Your amount of entries into the pool is based on your Caesars Rewards status. 632 winners will be selected. Sign up on this page and opt-in!

Caesars Ohio Promo Code

Super Bowl Details

  • Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles
  • 6:30 p.m. ET
  • FOX
  • State Farm Stadium – Glendale, AZ

Caesars Ohio Best Bet: Jerrick McKinnon Under 19.5 Rushing Yards (-119)

No doubt McKinnon has contributed to the Chiefs’ success when the offense needs a spark – but his upside lies more in his ability to catch the ball out of the backfield than it does to run the ball. His production has dropped off in that regard recently (in part because of Pacheco’s performance) as McKinnon has just 43 rushing yards over his last five games, including just one yard in the AFC Championship game. Clyde Edwards-Helaire just got activated off the IR so McKinnon will also be competing for more snaps.

Mia Fowler is a graduate of Chapman University where she studied business marketing and journalism and played on the women’s soccer team. Following her 16-year journey with soccer, she started writing for She specifically enjoys analysis of the NFL.

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