Monday Night Football has long been the culminating highlight of each NFL week for over half a century. While the ratings have gone down and the broadcast moved from ABC to ESPN, it’s still an important game for professional bettors and casual players.
With that in mind, Caesars’ sportsbook may have created the best original contest for the 2021 season.
The site welcomes players to bet the pre-game spread on each Monday night game under the “Monday Night Millions” promo. Hit every bet during the 17-week schedule and one selected game for each round of the playoffs (including the Super Bowl) and win $10 million.
Yeah, $10 million. All it’ll take is a $10 bet a week.
Log onto the site between Thursday and kickoff Monday night. Pick a side of the line through the “Monday Millions” promotion, bet between $10 and $100 (accounts who pick both sides of a game will be disqualified), and watch the games.
Picking 21 consecutive games might be hard. So Caesars has also provided some nice offers to players who catch fire:
- Bet four games in a row correctly, and win a $50 free bet
- Bet eight games in a row correctly, and win a $500 free bet
- Bet 12 games in a row correctly, and win a $5,000 free bet or cash award (player’s choice)
Also, the player from each eligible state with the most winning bets will take home $250,000. If multiple players get the most numbers of games right, they will split the prize money. If multiple players get the 21 games right, the $10 million prize will also be split accordingly.
Players must bet and win each week to continue the winning streak. If a bet misses or a game is not wagered, the streak resets to zero.
In terms of prize money, this is the best offer by any sportsbook operating in NJ by far. Usually a million-dollar top prize comes with an entry free of $1,000 or more. 21 games with $10 minimum bets comes to $210. Even getting eight straight games right grants a payout over 2x, before any winnings are considered.
Caesars has spent a lot on advertising to bring attention to their revamped sportsbook, following the buyout of William Hill’s retail and online operations. Honestly, this contest should do more to draw attention and handle. Take a look and take a shot if so inclined.