Caesars Sportsbook Illinois Updates Its Welcome Offer
June 2, 2022
Caesars Sportsbook U.S. has always done a good job of drawing new customers with competitive and lucrative welcome bonuses. With the former welcome offer officially retired in Illinois, Caesars' management has come through with another winner. The new Caesars Sportsbook is currently available under the following terms and conditions.
The new Caesars Sportsbook welcome offer officially kicks off on June 1, 2022, at 12:00 am ET. It is currently scheduled to remain available to new Illinois customers until August 1, 2022, at 11:59 pm ET. To take advantage of this new offer, Illinois residents will need to complete the Caesars registration process and make their initial cash deposit. After making that deposit, earning the right to the welcome bonus only requires that they make an initial sports bet of any kind at any odds. New customers will have 30 days to place that first bet.
If that first sports bet loses, new customers are entitled to a 100% rebate in the form of a free bet up to a maximum amount of $1,500. Caesars management anticipates issuing welcome bonus free bets as free bet tokens within two (2) of the qualifying wager settling.
After new customers get their free bet tokens, they will be given a total of 14 days to use them. If free bet tokens go unused before the deadline, they will expire and be removed from access. If new customers do manage to use their free bets in time and win, they will be allowed to withdraw their net winnings at their discretion.
Other Terms and Conditions:
1. When registering, new customers are required by law to present proof of age and residence. They must be at least 21 and have an address in the state.
2. When Illinois sports bettors are placing wagers, they are required by law to use Illinois IP addresses when wagering online. Caesars uses geo-tracking software to pinpoint the location of all customers.
3. Employees of Caesars Sportsbook or any of the operator's advertisers and affiliates do not have access to bonuses. The exclusion also extends to employee relatives.