These are the sportsbooks you’ll want to bet at this NFL weekend
NFL opening weekend is obviously one of the biggest betting weekends of the year. I’d say it comes in just below March Madness and Super Bowl Sunday, so you want to make sure you at the right spot if you’re heading to Vegas. Some books are going all out and some aren’t. These are where you’re going to want to go, via to the LV Sun:
For some, like the books at Caesars Entertainment properties or the Westgate, the first week is a fairly big deal.
“The first week, it’s all hands on deck,” said Bill Sattler, the director of specialty games for Caesars Entertainment who oversees the new Cromwell sports book, as well as the books at Paris, Bally’s, Flamingo, Planet Hollywood and the Linq.
“In all our sports books, everyone’s going to be working and are expected to work overtime. As the season progresses, we’ll scale it back a little. But this is the week. We don’t want to have any windows not being manned.”
Jay Kornegay, vice president of the Race & Sports SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas, agreed.
Looks like Caesar’s and Westgate are the spots.
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