Caesars Michigan Sportsbook Can’t-Miss Christmas Promo

When’s the last time an NBA team was shut out? Let me save you time Googling: It’s never happened.

When’s the last time an NFL team didn’t score a point? It’s happened just four times in 2021, and it’s about as rare as someone writing a thank you card. That’s to say: It’s not bloody likely.

Caesars Michigan Sportsbook must be crazy because it’s offering a sports betting promo for the holidays that allows new users to win money when your team scores just one point.

Bet $10 on any NFL or NBA game played on Dec. 25 or 26, and if your team scores a point you win $100. That’s right: You bet just $10, and when your team scores, you get a C Note, a Benjamin, a Benny.

Claim Your Caesars Michigan Sportsbook Christmas Promo: Use Promo Code SHARPHOLIDAY

Notable Games To Wager On

Once you have signed up for your account using the promo code SHARPHOLIDAY and made your initial deposit, you can take advantage of this promo offer. Here are some of the noteworthy games on Christmas Day available in this promo. Remember, you can also use your $10 bet on a game that takes place on Dec. 26.


Cleveland Browns at Green Bay Packers, 4:30 PM ET

Odds from Caesars Sportsbook:

  • Browns +7.5 (+280 Moneyline)
  • Packers -7.5 (-360 Moneyline)
  • Over/Under 46 (-110)

A Super Bowl preview? Some folks thought so before the season started, but the Browns (7-7) are more like Burnt. It looks grim for their playoff chances as they head to Green Bay (11-3). This game will feature a clash of the current superstar QB (Aaron Rodgers) and the future superstar QB (Baker Mayfield), and you know what they say about “out with old and in with the new.”

Indianapolis Colts at Arizona Cardinals, 8:15 PM ET

Odds from Caesars Sportsbook:

  • Colts +1 (-105 Moneyline)
  • Cardinals -1 (-115 Moneyline)
  • Over/Under 49 (-110)

The Cards (10-4) lost to the Lions last Sunday in a game they were never really competitive in. After a superb start to the ’21 season, the Redbirds are in danger of plummeting to road team status for the playoffs. The Colts (8-6) are headed in the opposite direction, having won seven of nine.

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Atlanta Hawks at New York Knicks, 12 PM ET

  • Hawks +5.5 (+180 moneyline)
  • Knicks -5.5 (-220 moneyline)
  • Over/Under 211.5

The Hawks are 12-18 ATS this season, while the Knicks are 13-18. Atlanta beat the Knicks 99-90 on Nov. 27.

Boston Celtics at Milwaukee Bucks, 2:30 PM ET

  • Bucks -3 (-150 moneyline)
  • Celtics +3 (+130 moneyline)
  • Over/Under 219.5

Milwaukee is 14-19 against the spread this season, and the Celtics are 16-14-2. Boston has defeated the Bucks twice already this season.

Golden State Warriors at Phoenix Suns, 5 PM ET

Odds from Caesars Sportsbook:

  • Warriors +5.5 (+180 moneyline)
  • Suns -5.5 (-220 moneyline)
  • Over/Under 217.5

Separated by a mere half-game, the Warriors and Suns are jostling for the top seed in the Western Conference. The Dubs are getting an MVP-type performance from Steph Curry, but can an offense that relies so heavily on the triple sustain the rigors of a full season? The Suns are looking for revenge. They were blown out by the Warriors earlier this month.

Brooklyn Nets at Los Angeles Lakers, 8 PM ET

Odds from Caesars Sportsbook:

  • Nets +1 (+100 moneyline)
  • Lakers -1 (-120 moneyline)
  • Over/Under 225.5

If Kevin Durant can pull himself away from social media, maybe he can lead the Nets back to the conference finals. The Lakers are sluggishly wallowing around the .500 mark, but that’s mostly because they can’t get healthy. LA still has LeBron, and with him in uniform, a trip to the NBA Finals is always possible.

Dallas Mavericks at Utah Jazz, 10:30 PM ET

  • Mavericks +12 (+475 moneyline)
  • Jazz -12 (-700 moneyline)
  • Over/Under 215

Mavericks’ All-NBA Luka Doncic is in the NBA’s health and safety protocols, and his status for this Christmas Day game is unknown. Utah is 16-14 ATS, and Dallas is 14-16 ATS.

About the Author

Dan Holmes

Dan Holmes has written three books about sports. He previously worked for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball. He enjoys writing, running, and lemon bars. He lives near Lake Michigan with his daughters and usually has an orange cream soda nearby.