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Sports betting in Arizona: Mobile sports betting promo code, Caesars Sportsbook app, legal sites, newest bonus

Written by on July 11, 2022

Is sports betting legal in Arizona? It is, and you can now get the latest Arizona sports book promo code, GAME15C

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Arizona sports betting has taken off since its debuted in September 2021, and now there are more reasons than ever to see what’s new at Caesars Sportsbook Arizona. Online sports betting in Arizona has brought in over $3 billion in handle in less than a year, so clearly sports fans across the state are taking advantage of the latest Caesars Sportsbook promo code when they bet on sports in Arizona. The newest Caesars Sportsbook bonus code is sure to be the most popular yet because Caesars Sportsbook AZ is offering a $1,500 risk-free bet for first-time bettors. With baseball games happening every day and elite golf tournaments happening every weekend, there is no shortage of opportunities to use the latest Caesars Sportsbook sign-up code. There are also a lot of car races and title fights this time of year, making it a great time to check out Caesars Sportsbook AZ for the first time. Download the Caesars Sportsbook app now to starting winning big with Caesars Sportsbook AZ.

Caesars Sportsbook AZ is now offering up to a $1,500 risk-free first bet. That’s right, if you are a new registrant who is 21+ and located in Arizona*, you can register, deposit, and make your first bet at Caesars Sportsbook with the code GAME15C and get a risk-free bet up to $1,500 (Terms and conditions apply. See details here. Offer expires 8/1/2022).

To take advantage of this offer, all you have to do is click here to sign up for a Caesars Sportsbook account and you will get a single bet credit if your initial bet doesn’t win. You’ll have up to 14 days to use your bet on whatever sport you’d like. Remember to use the code GAME15C. Sign up now.

Arizona sportsbooks offer numerous ways for bettors to wager:

Outright: An outright bet is one of the most popular and most simple wagers to place. With an outright bet, the bettor simply picks which athlete will win an entire event. Outright bets are particularly popular in pro golf, where you select one pro golfer to win an entire tournament. With the best pro golf competitions coming up this month, it is the perfect time to place your outright bet at Caesars Sportsbook AZ.

Parlay: Parlays are popular because they offer sports bettors a chance to win big with a minimal investment, and they are exciting because the risk is higher. Parlays involve the selection of two or more propositions on a single wager, and all of the teams must win for the bet to become a winner. For example, if you pick five pro baseball teams on a parlay then all five teams have to win for the bet to be a winner. If only four teams cover the spread, the bet is a loser.

Futures: If you can’t wait for football season, then a futures bet is the wager for you. This is when you wager on a sporting event or season well in the future. Once the schedule for the upcoming season is posted, football futures become very popular. Now is the perfect time to check out when rival teams like Chicago will be in town to take on Arizona’s football team and place your football futures bet. 

Ready to get started? Click here to get a risk-free first bet up to $1,500 from Caesars (See details here). Remember to use the code GAME15C.

*AZ only. 21+. New users only. Bet amount of qualifying wager returned only if wager is settled as a loss. Paid as a single bet credit. Maximum bet credit $1,100. Bet credit must be used within 14 days of receipt. Promotion ends on 8/1/22. See caesars.com/promos for full terms. Void where prohibited. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-NEXT-STEP. Standard text rates may apply.

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