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Caesars Iowa Promo Codes & Review


The incredible great free jersey offer returns from 3rd December through to January 19, 2022, any user that opts in and places $100 worth of bets that are settled by 1/19 will be eligible to receive a gift card for a free NBA jersey. 

This offer CAN be combined with the $1001 Bet Match as long as you use the promo code "BETTINGRF". 

This Jersey offer is open to NEW and EXISTING Caesars customers.

T&Cs apply, please click through to the Caesars site by clicking the jersey picture above for more information.


  • Easy to use and navigate website. Good app.

  • Toll-free customer support via phones

  • Proven and established betting company


  • Prop betting needs more depth

  • Would like more online promotions

  • Tough to find the educational sections

  • Lack of eWallet such as PayPal a big minus.


Colorado, DC, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Rhode Island, and West Virginia all have a Caesars sportsbook with Tennessee set to join imminently.


  • Caesars accepts both Visa and MasterCard credit or debit cards, ACH (eCheck) along with the Caesars Prepaid Card. It should be noted again that you cannot use PayPal which is not great. Deposits have a $20 minimum.

  • Withdrawal options are even fewer than the deposit ones with the Caesars prepaid card, to your bank account via ACH (eCheck) or pick-up at a retail location are your only choices.


All you want from an app is clean and simple to use. Big tick for Caesars here in Iowa.


I know I've already stated about the PayPal issue but the speed of deposits for the available options is almost instant. The two withdrawal options could take up to 72 hours to process. Remember visiting the Casino Cage is always an option as well.


Caesars uses GeoComply software to ensure bettors are in the proper jurisdiction to place a bet.  User information supplied is encrypted using SSL technology to ensure it cannot be intercepted by third parties. Thwate, a leading company in the technical security field, is the provider for Caesars.


Live chat is open 24/7 and is the quickest way to get a response. Operators are also available by toll-free phone.


Caesars is an established company that provides a very professional service. Using their website and app doesn't get your hackles up. Check out “Help and Feedback” for all your needs.


Caesars is open in a large swathe of states which shows they are here to stay. If you are looking for a safe and secure Sportsbook to sign-up with then you can do a lot worse than these guys. The lack of eWallets though is a thing.

Note: In August 2021, William Hill in NJ rebranded as Caesars Sportsbook and the current welcome offer is a max $1,001 matched bet, based on your first deposit.

The Hawkeye State officially welcomed this sportbook on New Year's Day this year (2021). The physical location for the venture is the Prairie Meadows Casino & Hotel in Altoona, which also hosts live Horse Racing for those who are signing-up or visiting in person.

Opening an account with Caesars - either via their website and via their easy-to-use app. To qualify for the risk-free first bet of up to $1001  - you need to make qualifying bets up to that amount in the first seven days after you open your account. If you make $300 of qualifying bets, you'll get up to that much back if they win or lose. 

The same offer is available should you open your account via the app. Just like with a desktop, to take full advantage of the offer, the best practice will be to deposit $500 into your account and place bets using that money throughout the week.

It should be noted that you can only use the app within State Borders *or* if you are in another state where Caesars legally operates.

The buyout of William Hill by Caesars has meant a wealth of experience from decades of operating bookies in the UK and in various countries. They also have been at the forefront of online betting so you know that they know their stuff. The only confusing part of the buyout is that although the websites are branded as Caesars, they are still using a William Hill domain name.

The downsides to Caesars are few and far between but the lack of eWallets with regards to deposits and withdrawals is something that needs to be noted. With many of us using PayPal as standard online, not having that option is a bit deflating.

Another small sticking point - and I mean small - is that parlays are limited to ten games rather than 15, which is the industry standard,

The people behind this page

The's online gambling content experts who helped write, edit and check this page:
Jack Kitson is the Editor of Betting Odds and The Sack Race. He is an NCTJ-qualified sports journalist who has accumulated over 10 years of experience in the sports betting industry. His work on The Sack Race was honoured by a panel of experts at the Football Blogging Awards where it was named the Best Gambling Football Blog. Jack created the popular YouTube series ‘In The Managers Office’ featuring exclusives with Chris Wilder and Ian Holloway, while his work has been referenced within numerous publications such as The Guardian, BBC Sport, The New York Times, and Washington Post.