Caesars Sportsbook Jersey Promos Are Back With $150 NBA Offer

Written By Drew Ellis on December 15, 2021
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Following up on a great promo it ran during the NFL season, Caesars Sportsbook is offering up a great deal for the NBA season these next few weeks.

If you bet $100 in real-money wagers on NBA games between now and Jan. 19, you will get $150 in a NBA Store Gift Card to use toward a nice new jersey purchase.

Is this Michigan sportsbooks promotion really that simple? … It is.

Have a Detroit Pistons player you’ve been wanting to support, or just want the latest design from your favorite team? Then this is the promo for you.

Get Up to $1,250 + Credits at Caesars Sportsbook
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Up to $1,250
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+ get 1,000 Caesars Reward Credits
+ also get 1,000 Tier Credits
Redeem for free bets, hotel stays, & more! 
Use Promo Code: LEGALFULL

How does the Caesars NBA jersey promo work?

There’s not much more to it than what it sounds.

To be eligible for the $150 NBA jersey gift card, users must be a Caesars Rewards member (free to join) who remain in good standing during the duration of the offer period (now through Jan. 19, 2022).

During the offer period, place at least $100 in real-money wagers on NBA games. All wagers must settle during the promotion period.

Once wagers have settled, the offer will be emailed to the registered email address on the Caesars account within seven days after the qualifying wager has been settled.

Here’s a few more details to remember.

  • Minimum odds for each of the wagers must be -200 or longer.
  • Super Boosts, Profit Boost Token, Free Bets, and CashOut wagers do not qualify for this promotion.
  • Parlays, Odds Boost Markets, Round Robins and Teasers qualify for this promotion if they meet the minimum odds.
  • Only one offer per customer.
  • The offer must be used within one year of being awarded.

The NBA store has jerseys ranging from a variety of prices. Outdated jerseys of players no longer with that team run for about $20, while the most exclusive authentic jerseys are priced at $324.99. Most customizable options are right around $150.

Usual suspects among top jersey sellers

There’s no real surprises among the top sellers in jerseys for the NBA right now.

LeBron James still holds the top spot, while new all-time 3-point king Stephen Curry is at No. 2.

However, some fresher names are still sprinkled in the top 10, while a legend still carries a strong presence at the end.

According to Sportsnaut.com, which released an updated list in late November, here are the latest top 10 NBA jersey sales.

  • LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers
  • Stephen Curry – Golden State Warriors
  • Giannis Antetokounmpo – Milwaukee Bucks
  • Devin Booker – Phoenix Suns
  • Jayson Tatum – Boston Celtics
  • Kevin Durant – Brooklyn Nets
  • Luka Doncic – Dallas Mavericks
  • Trae Young – Atlanta Hawks
  • LaMelo Ball – Charlotte Hornets
  • Kobe Bryant – Los Angeles Lakers

Current Detroit Pistons … not a hot pick

The Detroit Pistons aren’t really making many waves this NBA season. That also means they aren’t making waves in jersey sales.

At 4-22, Detroit has the worst record in the league right now. The Pistons are currently on a 12-game losing streak and are already 8.5 games out in the Eastern Conference playoff hunt.

When it comes to jersey sales, top pick Cade Cunningham isn’t currently a jersey option at the NBA.com store. However, the customized Red City Edition jersey is the top seller for Detroit on the site. That likely has produced a lot of Cunningham jerseys.

The top sale for a player is actually Chauncey Billups, who hasn’t played for Detroit since 2008. He’s currently the head coach of the Portland Trail Blazers.

Grant Hill, Rasheed Wallace and Isiah Thomas all are selling better than any current player. The youth Killian Hayes jersey is the tops for any current member.

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Drew Ellis is the Lead Writer of PlayMichigan, the No. 1 source for online gambling news in Michigan. A lifelong resident of the state, Ellis has been working in various forms of media since 1998, including more than a decade in the sports betting industry prior to transitioning into US casino markets in 2020.

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