Monday Night Football with the Dallas Cowboys vs. Philadelphia Eagles game is one of your last chances to score a free NFL jersey from Caesars Sportsbook.
As far as Virginia sportsbooks go, Caesars has been crushing it in the promotions department.
Ever since its rebranding from William Hill, Caesars has offered a steady stream of can’t-miss deals for sports bettors.
One of those promos, which includes a free NFL jersey, is about to end. We previously reported about the value of the unique promo when officials first announced it. Now, with the offer about to end, we felt a reminder was in order.
However, it’s not the only promo you’ll find for the big MNF game this week.
Bet $100, get $150 for a free NFL jersey
Perhaps the best part of the “Free NFL Jerseys for the People” promo is that’s available for both new and existing customers.
The second-best part might just be the promo’s simplicity. If you bet at least $100 on NFL games through the month of September, you’ll receive a $150 digital gift card for NFLShop.com to snag an authentic and free NFL jersey of your choosing.
In other words, even if you lose the full $100 in NFL bets, you’ll earn a gift card worth $150.
Sure, there’s a bit of fine print. But it’s all reasonable:
- Opt-in for the promo (this is vitally important)
- Only real-money wagers/no super boosts or profit boosts
- No wagering on both sides of a game
- Minimum odds of -200
Additionally, Live InPlay wagers, parlays, round robins, and teasers are all eligible bets for the free NFL jersey promo.
You can wager $100 on one game, $20 on five games, or any other combo to get to $100. But the promo ends this week since all bets must settle before Thursday Sept. 30.
That means the MFN game between the Cowboys (-3.5 as of Monday afternoon) and Eagles, as well as the Thursday Night Football game between the Cincinnati Bengals (-7.5) and Jacksonville Jaguars, are your last chances to reach the $100-betting threshold.
Top-selling NFL jerseys to consider
So, once you’ve qualified for your free jersey, which one are you going to choose?
There are the usual suspects, of course. These are the top 10 best-selling football jerseys, according to the NFL Team Shop, since Aug. 1:
- Josh Allen
- Mac Jones
- Tom Brady
- Justin Fields
- Patrick Mahomes
- CeeDee Lamb
- George Kittle
- Dak Prescott
- Justin Herbert
- Aaron Rodgers
For the Washington Football Team backers out there, options include QB Taylor Heinicke, WR Terry McLaurin, and DE Chase Young are popular options.
For the Baltimore Ravens faithful, you’ve got QB Lamar Jackson, CB Marlon Humphrey, and TE Mark Andrews. Of course, following his game-winning and NFL record-setting 66-yard field goal on Sunday, we know why kicker Justin Tucker‘s jersey is at the top of the Ravens page on the team shop as of Monday morning.
Other Monday Night Football promos
Caesars isn’t the only VA sports betting app that’s trying to appeal to MNF bettors.
Nearly all sportsbooks have juicy sign-up offers for first-time players. WynnBET, for example, has an NFL and college football promo in which you bet $1 and win a $100 free bet if either team scores. (Yes, the sportsbook wants you to win with these new-user promos.)
Additionally, DraftKings is still offering a risk-free same-game parlay of up to $25 on NFL games. However, the promo expires following the MNF game this week. FanDuel has the same offer for a $10 SGP, and it also expires after Monday.
In addition to the free NFL jersey, Caesars has a “Monday Night Live” promo for NFL bettors. Bet on the “First Touchdown Scorer” market for the Eagles-Cowboys, and you’ll earn a free bet equal to your parlay stake to use for a live bet on the game, up to $25.
BetRivers, meanwhile, has a “Monday Night Money” promo. Simply place a real money bet of $50 or more before the game starts, and you’ll receive a $10 free bet for every sack your team records on MNF.
A number of books also have special odds boost and specialty betting markets for the game. So be sure to check around.
Additionally, as with all of these promos, be sure to read the fine print to make sure you get what’s yours.