At Spokane Tribe Casino
Caesars Sportsbook located inside Spokane Tribe Casino brings retail sports betting to sports fans with a seamless experience that makes it easy and quick to make a sports wager. Offering more ways to bet, a variety of parlay cards and the best odds in town, Caesars Sportsbook is the best way to bet!
Catch all the action on our custom built, 86′ scrolling score keeper coupled with an unparalleled view of all the screens so you won’t miss a minute of the game.
Watch all the NFL games this season with NFL Sunday Ticket showing at the sportsbook every Sunday!
SECOND CHANCE DRAWING
Every Sunday | 12PM (Noon)
If you lose on a bet of $20 or more you can place your losing ticket into our second chance barrel. One winner is selected every Sunday at 12PM (noon).
Sports Betting DESK Hours
MONDAY – FRIDAY: 11AM – 10PM
SATURDAY & SUNDAY: 9AM – 9PM
SPORTS Betting KIOSK Hours
8AM – 3AM DAILY
NEW PARTNERSHIP ANNOUNCED
Spokane Tribe Casino has announced an exclusive agreement with Caesars Entertainment Inc. to bring the best-in-class sportsbook offering, Caesars Sportsbook, to its property.
Read the announcement HERE
Earn More With Caesars Rewards
Betting is now available at the sportsbook counter or at Caesars kiosks on the casino floor and in Three Peaks Kitchen + Bar.
Soon, you can sign up for Caesars Rewards to get special offers and rewards for your bets! Game on!
Sports Betting Explained - Types of Sports Wagers
A single bet that links together two or more wagers; to win the bet, the player must win all the wagers in the parlay. If the player loses one wager, the player loses the entire bet. However, if he wins all the wagers in the parlay, the player wins a higher payoff than if the player had placed the bets separately.
An individual wager on a game or event that will be determined by a pointspread or money line.
Odds that are posted will in advance on the winner of major events, including the Pro Football Championship, the Pro Basketball Championship and the Pro Baseball Championship.
A bet that focuses on the outcome of events within a given game. Props are often offered on marquee games of great interest. These include Sunday and Monday night pro football games, various high-profile college football games, major college bowl games and playoff and championship games. An example of a prop bet is, “Which team will score the first touchdown?”.
A type of parlay in which the pointspread or total of each individual play is adjusted. The price of moving the pointspread (teasing) is lower payoff odds on winning wagers.
- A round robin is a series of parlays. For example, a 3-team round robin consists of three 2-team parlays (A + B, A + C and B + C).
- Point Spread is the margin of points in which the favored team must win by to “cover the spread.”
- Money line Odds expressed in terms of money. With money odds, whenever there is a minus (-) the player lays that amount to win $100; where there is a plus (+) the player wins that amount for every $100 wagered.