Caesars Offering $500 Credit Toward 2022 Colts Season Tickets

Caesars Sportsbook announced a new promotion Monday in tandem with the Indianapolis Colts that provides bettors who open new mobile accounts with the sportsbook a credit of $500 toward the purchase or renewal of 2022 season tickets.

The promotion runs through Dec. 26. The first step is to buy or renew 2022 season tickets, with first-time ticket buyers required to purchase a minimum of two tickets. After doing so, ticketholders must download the Caesars Sportsbook app and open an account. The last steps are to make a deposit and place a $50 wager before the Dec. 26 deadline.

“Sports bettors deserve promos and offers that treat them like royalty,” said Chris Holdren, co-president of Caesars Digital, in a statement. “Our partnership with the Colts enables us to deliver on that promise and continue to reward loyal Colts fans.”

Current Caesars Sportsbook account holders who purchase or renew tickets for the 2022 season before Dec. 26 will receive a free $100 bet to use for the Colts’ Week 17 matchup against the Las Vegas Raiders on Jan. 2.

Taylor made for a playoff push

Indianapolis has reeled off three straight victories to improve to 6-5 and get back in the thick of the AFC playoff race. The Colts hammered the Buffalo Bills 41-15 on the road Sunday as Jonathan Taylor, the NFL’s leading rusher, gashed the Bills defense for 185 yards on the ground and scored five touchdowns.

Since its rebranding from William Hill earlier this year, Caesars has notably risen in the handle rankings among operators in Indiana, which reported an all-time high of $461.1 million in wagers for October.

Caesars Sportsbook has ranked fourth in handle each of the last four months and accepted nearly $71 million in wagers spanning September and October. It generated an all-time monthly high of more than $40.2 million in handle for October as wagering on NFL games has again emerged as a primary driver of the sports betting market in both the Hoosier State and nationwide.

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