There are several different ways to bet on the Grey Cup. The most popular Grey Cup betting market is the moneyline, which involves picking the game’s outright winner.
Point spread bets take moneyline betting a step further, as you are still betting on the winner but with more requirements for a bet to win. For example, you can wager on either the favorite to win the game within a certain range of points, or the underdog to lose within a certain range of points.
Totals, which is often referred to as over/under betting, is simply wagering on whether the total number of points scored in the game will fall over or under a pre-set number. For example, if the total is set at 48.5 and you bet the over, your wager will win if there are 49 or more points in the game.
Prop bets allow you to wager on events unrelated to the final score, such as how many yards a team’s quarterback will throw for.