Caesars Palace Online Casino PA Launches With Exclusive $1250 Offer

Caesars Palace Online Casino PA Launches With Exclusive $1250 Offer
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Of considerable interest to Pennsylvania online casino players is that Caesars Entertainment’s branding for its online casino is changing immediately with enhanced opportunities for customers.

In the Keystone State, that means the Caesars Palace Online Casino is available along with a premium offer.

Customers should be looking for promo code PENNCPO for an exclusive welcome offer for the new app for a 100% deposit match up to $1,250 plus a $10 bonus for signing up. When you place a $25 bet, you will get 2,500 Caesars Rewards Credits. Onlye PennStakes.com offers this specific, exclusive promo code.

In addition to Pennsylvania, Caesars has iGaming platforms in New Jersey, Michigan, and West Virginia.

The focus of the new iGaming website will be leveraging Caesars Entertainment’s rewards plans and experiences and that includes tying it all to the company’s reward tiers.

What Awaits PA Caesars Palace Online Casino Users

Customers at the new Caesars Palace Pennsylvania online casino site should look for new promotion codes, links and offers.

Caesars Entertainment believes that, with its expansive land-based casino footprint, it is positioned to offer reward experiences unmatched by the competition. Those perks include dining, show tickets, VIP experiences and hotel stays at Caesars-owned resorts.

The Pennsylvania customers who jump on the Caesars Palace Online Casino website can participate in a Grand Prize draw, in which 10 winners will get free cruise in a Club Balcony Suite on Norwegian Cruise Lines. Entrants get one entry for each Tier Credit earned on casino games.

Pertinent For Caesars Sportsbook PA Customers

The Caesars Palace Online Casino will have game titles, including PA online slots, with branding that are exclusive to the company.

The new app will be one app/login and one wallet, so those who have Pennsylvania Caesars Sportsbook accounts can access their Caesars Palace Online Casino Pennsylvania accounts.

“With Caesars’ unrivaled brands, IP, talent, and casino destinations, we can offer our players a true omnichannel gaming experience," Matt Sunderland, Senior Vice President and Head of iGaming for Caesars Digital, said in a statement. "Our newly developed Caesars online gaming platform and bonus engine perfectly tie online casino play and rewards to the world-class experiences that players can only enjoy at our many Caesars destinations nationwide.”

Recent Caesars History In PA

In Pennsylvania, the Caesars Sportsbook sports betting site first launched as a legal Pennsylvania sportsbook in March 2020. Mobile casino, including online Blackjack Pennsylvania options such as those available via the Caesars Palace online casino, launched as part of the sports betting app at about the same time.

In Pennsylvania, online gambling customers can play online slots, table games and peer-to-peer PA online poker. Mobile customers are required to be within the boundaries of the commonwealth to gamble with real money.

The new Caesars Palace product will have all new codes and links. Look for the exclusive PENNCPO promo code from us at PennStakes.com.

More About Caesars Palace Online App

The company’s aim is to build a true standalone omni-channel brand for North American online casino players, all from one of the most recognized gaming brands in the world.

Experiences will be distributed on a sweepstakes basis, so customers who earn a certain amount of rewards points can be entered into drawings for various prizes.

The company said that prizes include:

  • Trips to either Las Vegas or Atnaltic City on "High Roller long weekends" with hotel, limo and spending money included.
  • Lake Tahoe Harrahs trips.
  • Thousands of dollars in cruise vouchers.

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Bill Ordine

A longtime reporter and editor who began writing on casinos and gaming shortly after Atlantic City’s first gambling halls opened, Bill covered the world Series of Poker and wrote a syndicated column on travel to casino destinations for a decade.

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