Risk-Free Thursday at Caesars Sportsbook and Casino NJ
March 30, 2022
There is nothing online casino players like more than getting a chance at free spins or money. It's something that entices online casino players to keep coming back for more excitement. After more than 50 years in the U.S. casino gambling community, Caesars holds its casino players in high esteem. It is for that reason that the operator is currently offering a bonus promo that gives registered online casino players in New Jersey a chance to ply for free. Here are some of the details related to the Caesars Sportsbook and Casino NJ "Risk-Free Thursday" promo.
While this offer has been available on other Thursdays in Match, March 31, 2022, will be the last formal day for this offer. To participate, customers will need to go through the opt-in process after receiving an invitation to do so. After doing that, they can work to claim this bonus by doing nothing more than playing their favorite online casino games.
This is a risk-free casino play promo that works as follows: Casino players will need to earn Tier credits to earn the bonus. If they earn at least 250 Tier points, they will be eligible to receive a 100% rebate of up to $40 on their nets losses for the day. If they earn at least 4 Tier points, they will be eligible to receive a 50% rebate of up to $20 on their net losses for the day.
Players will receive their March 31 rebate on April 1, 2022. After receiving it, they will have seven (7) days to satisfy a max rollover requirement of 20x the bonus amount. Here are the rules regarding the weighting of casino games towards the rollover requirement: 4x requirement if playing slots, 8x rollover requirement if playing video poker, and a 20x rollover requirement on all other casino games. After completing the rollover requirement NJ casino players will be permitted to withdraw any remaining bonus funds.
Participation in this offer is limited to registered Caesars customers who are at least 21 years of age and place all of their qualifying wagers while in the state of NJ.