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The Kansas City Chiefs (16-3) will take on the Philadelphia Eagles (16-3) in Super Bowl LVII at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, and Caesars Sportsbook (U.S. Only) is offering a bonus to new users that is hard to ignore.

๐Ÿšจ Get this Caesars offer today and get back up to $1250 in bet credits after signing up for an account. Additionally, get 1000 Tier Credits and 1000 Reward Credits win or lose.

๐Ÿš€ How to Register for an Account Sign up for Caesars Sportsbook (U.S. Only) here
๐Ÿ’ณ Deposit Requirement $10 minimum 
๐Ÿ† Reward (If you lose) Up to $1,250 back in bonus bets (within 2 business days), 1,000 Tier Credits (within 7 days), and 1,000 Reward Credits (within 7 days)
โŒš Time Limit Bonus bets expire after 14 days 
๐ŸŽฎ Games to Bet on All markets on Caesars Sportsbook are eligible to earn a Promotion Bonus.
โœ” Eligibility 21+ and present in one of the states listed at the bottom 
๐Ÿง Limitations One promotional bonus per person
โณ Promotion Period  12:00pm local time on Monday, August 22, 2022 - TBD

Chiefs vs. Eagles preview  

The top two seeds in the NFL will square off in the Super Bowl for the 13th time in NFL history. The last time two number-one seeds were the final two teams standing was in 2017 when the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 44-33. Philadelphia (-125) are 1.5-point favorites with the total set at 51.

Philadelphia Eagles

The defensive skill gap is much larger than the offensive skill gap between these two teams. The Chiefs rank first in points scored and 16th in points allowed, while the Eagles rank third in points scored and seventh in points allowed. The Eagles defense is star-studded, with safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson tied for the league lead in interceptions (six), and linebacker Haason Reddick finishing first in forced fumbles (six). Not only that, but they also had four players finish the regular season with double-digit sacks.

This defense has helped Philadelphia to an impressive 55-point differential over the past two games, scoring 69 points and only allowing 14. They have allowed the fewest passing yards this season and have yet to allow a passing touchdown in the playoffs.

Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City has allowed exactly 20 points in each of their playoff games, outscoring opponents by only 10 points. They have now won seven straight games after narrowly defeating the Cincinnati Bengals by a field goal this past week.

Their defense has been much more successful at preventing the run this season, ranking eighth in rushing yards allowed compared to 19th in passing yards allowed. Defensive tackle Chris Jones ranks third in sacks, Lโ€™Jarius Sneed ranked third in forced fumbles, and Nick Bolton finished second in combinations. They have allowed fewer than 20 points only four times this season, but have offset this by scoring at least 20 points in 18 of their 19 games.

This will be the first playoff matchup in NFL history between the Eagles and Chiefs. Kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Eastern time.

Check out our Chiefs vs. Eagles predictions.

What is the Caesars promo?

Caesars is offering up to $1,250 back in bet credits if users donโ€™t win the first bet. New customers can claim this bonus by placing their first cash bet.  

How to claim the promo

  • Sign up for Caesars Sportsbook (U.S. Only) today and place your first cash bet of at least $10 here (within 30 days of opening an account).
  • If your bet settles as a loss, you'll receive your stake back as a bet credits up to $1,250 (within 2 business days).
  • Win or lose, you'll receive 1000 Rewards Credits and 1000 Tier Credits (within 7 business days).
  • Your first bet with Caesars Sportsbook will qualify (if you have multiple selections on one betslip, it will be the first selection you make).
  • Limit of one promotional bonus per person.
  • Your bet credit is for one-time use and cannot be divided across multiple wagers (Must be used within 14 days).

Who can claim promo codes?

Caesars is offering this promo to all eligible bettors located across 13 states; they include:

New Jersey
New York                                                                                                                            
West Virginia

*excluding the following parishes: Caldwell, Catahoula, Franklin, Jackson, LaSalle, Sabine, Union, West Carroll, and Winn.