Caesars Sportsbook Review

Updated: Mar 2, 2019
Pros: pro
  • No fees for withdrawals
  • App for iOS and Android
  • Accepts PayPal
Cons: con
  • Does not accept Bitcoin
  • Not as many markets as some other books
  • Limited live betting


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With a history that dates back to 1937, Caesars Entertainment is one of the most recognized and trusted names in the gaming business. Caesars has long been renowned for having some of the best sportsbooks in the world and it has taken the experience online with the Caesars Casino and Sports online sportsbook and app. Bet on the go — safely and securely —  from anywhere in New Jersey!

Key Features

Mobile friendly: Make bets on the go with the Caesars Casino and Sports Real Money Casino app available anytime, anywhere in New Jersey on PC/MAC, iOS and Android devices.

Bet on all the biggest events: Caesars has all the major sports covered with baseball, basketball, boxing, football, hockey, soccer, and more. Bet on spreads, totals, money lines, props, futures, and specials.

User-friendly platform: Though a relatively new platform, Caesars did its homework and has provided its users with a clean, easy-to-use experience, both on desktop and mobile.

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Deposit Options:

  • ACH E-Check
  • MasterCard/Visa Credit Card
  • Online Bank Transfer
  • PayPal
  • Prepaid Card
  • Cash at the Caesars Atlantic City casino cage
  • PayNearMe

Payout/Withdrawal Options:

  • ACH E-Check
  • Prepaid Card
  • PayPal
  • Cash at the Caesars Atlantic City casino cage

Caesars Casino & Sportsbook doesn’t charge any fees for its withdrawal services.

Withdrawal speeds:

  • ACH E-Check: ~5 Business Days
  • NETELLER: ~3 Business Days
  • PayPal: ~3 Business Days
  • Prepaid Card: ~3 Business Days

Bonus Offer:

Get a $10 free bet just for signing up — no deposit required! Simply enter promo code COVERS and start betting on your favorite matchups today. See terms and conditions HERE.

Trust & Security:

Caesars Casino & Sports New Jersey is licensed and regulated by the New Jersey Casino Control Commission ("CCC") and the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement ("NJDGE”).

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