Caesars Michigan Promo Offer — Bet On NBA, Get Free NBA Jersey

Looking to score a free jersey? Maybe one of your favorite Detroit Pistons player? Caesars Michigan Sportsbook is giving every one of its users the opportunity to get a free authentic NBA jersey this season. Once you meet the terms and conditions of the bonus, you will be emailed a $150 gift card to redeem your jersey. 

Caesars Sportsbook used the same offer for the NFL in September. Caesars’ free jersey promotion is as good as it gets for sports bettors. 

Sports bettors are paid on this promotion win or lose. If you bet $100 and win $500, you will also get a jersey to boot. Not too shabby!

How To Claim Caesars’ Free NBA Jersey Promotion

If you do not have a Caesars Michigan Sportsbook account, you can sign up for one here. Then, in addition to taking advantage of the normal first bet match of up to $1,001, you can bet on the NBA and get your free jersey.

All bettors have to do to claim the NBA jersey promotion is to opt-in using this link. Then you will complete an enrollment form from Caesars Sportsbook. The enrollment form must be completed by Jan. 19, 2024.

Once you opt in to the promotion, all you need to do is bet on NBA games. The minimum odds to qualify for the promotion are -200, meaning any money that is wagered on the NBA at -200 or lower will get you closer to a free jersey. 

Once you have wagered at least $100, you will be sent a digital gift card for for the amount of $150. This is the typical cost of an NBA jersey.

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Terms And Conditions

The following markets are eligible and count towards the promotion:

  • Odds Boosts Markets
  • Round Robins
  • Parlays
  • Teasers
  • Player Props

The following markets are NOT eligible or count towards the promotion:

  • Wagering on both sides of a qualifying market.*
  • Super Boost Markets
  • Wagers that include the usage of a Profit Boost Token.

* Doing this can result in disqualification of the promotion, subject to the sole discretion of Caesars.

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