Now that Labor Day Weekend has arrived, summer is about to end. But for players at Caesars Casino & Sports, that’s nothing to be sad about at all. The action on this NJ gambling website is as hot as ever.
In fact, to celebrate the long holiday weekend, Caesars is offering its loyal online and mobile players a special treat that you would hate to miss.
A new Daily Deal every day for four straight days, beginning Friday, Sept. 3 and continuing all weekend long, including Mon., Sept. 6!
How to participate in the Caesars Online Casino Labor Day Weekend Daily Deals offer
The Caesars Daily Deals are open to all registered Caesars Online Casino players. If you wish to participate, these are the simple instructions you need to follow to get started.
- Log into your Caesars Casino & Sports account on all four days of the promotion, Fri., 9/2/21 through Mon., 9/6/21.
- Click on “My Account,” then on “My Bonuses and Offers.”
- Go to “Available Bonuses,” and find your bonus for that day.
- Click on “Claim” next to the bonus, make your qualifying deposit, and claim your bonus.
Remember to log into your account each day from Friday through Monday, so you will be able to access all four offers.
Your Four Daily Deals
By now you are probably chomping at the bit to know what your four special offers are. So here is a brief preview of what you will receive each day.
Fri., Sept. 3 Deal of the Day: 15% deposit match bonus up to $2,000
This offer is ideal for big players. A deposit match bonus of only 15 percent isn’t great. But players who deposit $1,000 will receive a $150 bonus, and those who can muster up the maximum deposit of $2,000 will be even more generously rewarded with a $300 bonus.
You will need to check the marketing collateral to see what the minimum deposit is. But I would advise depositing more than that if you can, so your bonus won’t be tiny. For example, if you’re not a big player, a deposit of $100 would give you a $15 bonus.
Sat., Sept. 4 Deal of the Day: Deposit $30, Get $20
This is a bonus that any player can afford. While the dollar amount is small, since it’s a 66.67% match on your deposit, you’re getting very good bang for your buck.
Sun., Sept. 5 Deal of the Day: 40% deposit match on deposits up to $400
This offer is flexible enough to please any player. For example, small players might consider depositing just $50 to get a $20 bonus. On the other hand, if you can afford the $400 maximum deposit, you will receive a bonus of $160.
Mon., Sept. 6 Deal of the Day: Deposit $10, Get $10
Getting good bang for your buck is something that all NJ online casino players should want, and no bonus offers more bang for your buck than a 100% bonus. So don’t turn this offer down!
Too bad it’s only for $10, but wait–because that’s not all that Caesars is offering in this Daily Deal.
Simply earn 100 or more Tier Credits in your play the same day, and Caesars will sweeten the pot with $20 extra in bonus money!
Wagering requirements and other terms and conditions for the Caesars Daily Deals
The same terms and conditions apply to all four bonuses.
You can only claim each offer once, and it must be on the same day it is offered and with a single deposit. Deposits made at the Caesars Atlantic City casino cage or via PayNearMe don’t count.
Then, when you receive your bonus for any given day, you have up to seven days to clear it. You can clear the bonuses with any casino game of your choice but not with sports bets. The wagering requirements vary depending on your game choice as indicated below.
- Slots: 5x bonus
- Video Poker:10x bonus
- All other casino games: 25x bonus
Keep in mind that you can have more than one active bonus in your account at the same time, but you can only clear one bonus at a time. Until a bonus has been fully cleared, the bonus, deposit attached to the bonus, and any associated winnings all remain temporarily locked into your account.
However, as soon as you have satisfied the wagering requirements, provided the allotted time hasn’t expired, all of this money, or whatever is left of it, will be available for withdrawal. Of course, any attempt to withdraw unavailable funds prematurely, or canceling the bonus, or failure to complete the required wagering in time will result in forfeiture of the entire bonus and any bonus-associated winnings.
The Bottom Line: Why the Caesars Labor Day Weekend Daily Deals are a great offer
Unlike most bonus offers, which are one-shot deals, this one keeps on giving. Looking at each offer individually, they might not seem great, but because you are getting a whole string of bonuses in succession, you get the cumulative effect of all of them collectively.
On top of that, if you clear the bonuses with slots, the wagering requirements are very reasonable. You also have a whole week to clear each bonus, which allows you plenty of time.
So, don’t let one of the best offers of the Labor Day weekend get away from you. Close out the summer of 2021 with a happy exclamation point playing your favorite online casino games and boosting your bankroll big time with Caesars Daily Deals!
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This week’s casino news has a laser-focus on Caesars Entertainment. The casino giant has been in the news thanks to all sorts of various deals, so let’s recap their latest moves.
NFL Could Get $270 Million In Revenue from Their Casino and Sportsbook Deals
The NFL could be on pace to bring in some monster cash before the end of 2021. Early estimations expect that the NFL could bring in $270 million in total revenue from their partnerships with sportsbook operators and a couple of casino companies. If you expand those estimations to the first decade, the NFL could see $1 billion worth of revenue. Keep in mind that not all states have legalized sports betting just yet, so that figure could be conservative.
The NFL has partnered up with Caesars Entertainment in a deal where they will now become the official casino sponsor of the league. The NFL has also grouped up with the sports betting giant DraftKings as their sportsbook partner.
Some NFL teams have even been softening their stance on sports betting and have made agreements of their own. The New Orleans Saints were able to get a 20-year, $138 million deal approved by Louisiana lawmakers that would allow Caesars to rename their stadium to the Caesars Superdome. The Houston Texans are another team that has a partnership with Caesars in a marketing type of deal even though you can’t legally place bets in the state of Texas. This is just the tip of the iceberg as many more deals like this are on the cusp.
Caesars Entertainment Partners Up With Fiesta Bowl
Caesars Entertainment continues to take advantage of sports betting being legalized around the country and they’re again expanding their footprint. The latest is that they have agreed to a deal with the Fiesta Bowl and are now going to be a partner of one of the biggest bowl games in college football.
The plan will be for them host fan lounges at both the Fiesta Bowl and the Guaranteed Rate Bowl (both bowl games are played in the state of Arizona) and will have Caesars featured in many ways. Anybody attending either of those games will have the opportunity to wager on the game they are watching through their mobile sportsbook too.
Sports betting became legalized this past year and all of the big players are locking in partnerships with content providers, sports franchises, influencers, bowl games and more. A lot of money is being thrown around and you can expect many other bowl games to get betting sponsors in the near future too.
Caesars Entertainment Inherits 24.5 Percent of NeoGames Stake
Sticking with Caesars, it turns out that their acquisition of William Hill had more positives than they could have expected. Alongside their hefty purchase, it was reported that Caesars now gets to own a 24.5 percent stake in the iLottery provider, NeoGames. Caesars stake in the company is worth approximately $258.44 million, which is certainly going to help them negate the $3.69 billion they spent to acquire William Hill in the first place.
NeoGames is currently operational in a couple of states already and has quite a lot of potential. New Hampshire, Virginia and North Carolina are all states in which they are operating in at the moment, but we could see them expand to Massachusetts, Ohio, Oregon, Missouri, Connecticut, Alaska and Maryland within the next couple of months. NeoGames is also servicing Alberta, Canada.
Caesars likely isn’t going to be handing out a ton of cash to NeoGames in order to fully invest into its future. Instead, they are probably going to try and recover financially from the William Hill purchase and slowly add onto their existing businesses. It’s a nice asset that Caesars got in the deal.