It seems like just about everyone is in agreement that the Phillies are the favorites to bring home a World Series title this MLB Postseason, including oddsmakers!
The Phillies are listed as the favorites to win the World Series and you can back them with NO SWEAT for up to $1,000 at Caesars Sportsbook.
Here’s how you can give yourself two chances to win backing your red-hot Phillies:
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Your first bet will be backed by the house and returned as bonus bets if you lose for up to $1,000 when you sign up with Caesars Sportsbook!
Here’s how you can claim your no-sweat bet:
- Sign up with Caesars Sportsbook PA
- Use the promo code FSMLB1000
- Verify your identity and location
- Deposit $10 or more
As long as you use the promo code and deposit $10 or more, your first bet at Caesars will automatically be backed by the house.
There are several different ways you could use this opportunity, from betting on Philadelphia to win NLCS Game 3 this evening to betting on a player to hit a home run or taking them to go all the way and win the World Series.
Let’s make sure you know how to access your betting options.
Philadelphia Phillies Odds to Win the World Series
Of course you could use this no-sweat bet on ANYTHING, but why not back Philadelphia to win it all?
After all, you’re running out of time to bet on them with plus-odds! Philadelphia is +115 to win the World Series, leading Arizona two-games-to-none in the NLCS.
It’s hard to see Arizona battling back from this deficit – especially considering the Phillies have a considerable home field advantage and more home–run potential.
That means you’re essentially betting on them to win a seven-game series against the Rangers or Astros!
Once you’ve logged in, click on ‘MLB’ to see odds on upcoming games. Click on ‘Futures’ to see odds on the World Series.
Remember, your no-sweat bet only applies to your first wager!
Sign up with Caesars today to take the sweat out of backing your team to win the World Series – or anything else!
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