Caesars Sportsbook PA Promo Code for Monday Night Football: Bet Up to $1,250 On Caesars

Written By Nathan Frederick on September 19, 2022 - Last Updated on January 19, 2023
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Two Monday Night Football games give NFL bettors double the chance to take advantage of some of the best promos at PA sportsbooks. When you use the Caesars PA promo code, it gives you bet credit of up to $1,250.

NFL Week 2 Monday night football games start with Buffalo Bills hosting the Tennessee Titans at 7:15 p.m.. Then, the Philadelphia Eagles host the Minnesota Vikings at 8:30 p.m.

To get in on the Monday Night Football Night football betting action, click the Caesars PA promo code LEGALFULL below.

How to get the Caesars PA promo code

To activate the bonus, just sign up for a new account at Caesars PA Sportsbook and enter the promo code LEGALFULL.

You’ll fund the first bet, but if it loses, Caesars Sportsbook in Pennsylvania will refund your wager up to $1,250. (Just make your bet within 30 days of signing up and use your bet credit within 14 days of receiving it).

And that’s not all. The promotion also gives new users 1,000 tier credits and 1,000 rewards credits in the Caesars Rewards program.

Caesars PA promo code and Caesars Rewards Program

When signing up for at Caesars Sportsbook, you can enroll in the Caesars Rewards program for free. The free rewards program provides one reward credit and one tier credit for every $10 wager.

With that in mind, the value of the new user promotion becomes even more obvious. Under normal playing conditions, it would take $10,000 in wagers to earn 1,000 points.

As players rack up the reward points and move up in the six-tier VIP program, they will accumulate additional perks and prizes. Those incentives include monthly bet credits up to $150, Uber Eats credits, free nights at Caesars in Atlantic City and free upgrades at Caesars properties.

Vikings vs. Eagles Monday Night Football betting preview

There are plenty of ways to bet on the NFL and Monday Night Football Night football presents a great early-season matchup.

Let’s take a closer look at the matchup that will draw the most attention in Pennsylvania, a showdown between the 1-0 Vikings and Eagles.

Caesars PA Sportsbook has the Eagles favored by 2-points against visiting Minnesota. The Eagles are -130 on the moneyline, while the Vikings are +110. The game’s total is 50.5 points.

The Eagles are coming home in Week 2 after beating the Detroit Lions 38-35 in the season opener. However, Philadelphia did not cover the point spread, making the Eagles 0-1 against the spread this season. The Vikings are 1-0 ATS after stomping the Packers 23-7.

In addition to the traditional bets, Caesars Sportsbook has a number of other wagers available including Same Game Parlays, alternate spreads and totals, quarter/half betting, and player props.

Additional odds for Philadelphia Monday night are as follows:

  • Eagles Total Points: Over 26.5 (-110)/Under 26.5 (-110)
  • Eagles Total Touchdowns: Over 2.5 (-195)Under 2.5 (+162)

Philadelphia Eagles odds movement at Caesars Sportsbook

Dak Prescott’s broken thumb will cause him to miss several weeks and sent NFC East and NFC odds on the move. At the start of Week 1, the Dallas Cowboys were slight favorites (+140) to win the NFC East. However, with Prescott missing significant time, the Eagles are now -145 to win the NFC East.

Adam Pullen, Assistant Director of Trading at Caesars Sportsbook, commented on the odds movement:

“It’s not like he got hurt in the first quarter and you can make an excuse for how the Cowboys offense looked the entire game,” Pullen said. “They did not look good period. The Cowboys have a tough schedule coming up with the Bengals this weekend, then some division games and the Rams. The Dak injury puts them in a really tough position, we’ll see where they stand once he comes back and whether they’re in a hole that they can’t get out of.”

The Philadelphia Eagles now have the sixth lowest Super Bowl odds at Caesars Sportsbook PA (moving from +2500 to +1500). After Week 1, Jalen Hurts has seen his odds to win MVP improve from +2500 to +1400.

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Nathan Frederick is an award-winning writer with more than 1,000 published bylines and two decades of journalism experience. His work has won awards from the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Journalists, the Keystone Press Association, and the Associated Press Sports Editors. He has also authored three books, one of which debuted as an Amazon No. 1 New Release.

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