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What Super Bowl odds are available?

Every year, the excitement of the Super Bowl attracts the attention of sports bettors making wagers for the first time. With so many betting options available, it can be tough to know where to start. If you are getting into Super Bowl wagering, it’s important to know what markets are available and what they offer odds on.

Moneyline betting enables you to wager on which team will win the game, with the payout determined by odds. That means a win by the favorite will produce a smaller payout than a victory by the underdog. Perhaps the most popular market for Super Bowl wagering is point spread betting. Unlike moneyline betting, where you simply pick a winner, point spreads allow you to bet on the margin by which a team will win or lose a specific game.

With totals betting, also known as over/under betting, you can bet on whether the two teams playing in the game will combine to score over or under a predetermined point total. In props betting, you can wager on the performance of both individual players and teams in bets where the final score is not a factor.

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What are Super Bowl point spread bets?

Super Bowl point spread bets work exactly the same way as point spread bets in NFL regular season games. With the point spread, you can wager on how many points a team will win or lose by in a specific game.

Here is an example of a Super Bowl point spread bet:

Super Bowl LVI: Point spread


Los Angeles Rams, -4.5


Cincinnati Bengals, +4.5


In the above example, the Los Angeles Rams are listed as -4.5 favorites, while the Cincinnati Bengals trail as +4.5 underdogs. This means the Rams must win by at least five points to cover the spread. Conversely, the Bengals must avoid losing by more than four points to cover the spread.

Payouts on point spread bets are determined by moneyline odds. In this case, the Bengals are listed as slight -120 favorites to cover the spread, meaning a $100 wager would have a $220 payout (your $100 bet plus $120 profit). The Rams are priced at +100 to cover, meaning a successful $100 bet on the Rams to cover will win you $100 for a total payout of $200.

Popular Super Bowl bets

As mentioned, there are many different Super Bowl markets that are popular to bet on, including the moneyline, total or over/under bets, and parlay bets. You can learn more about each of these in greater detail below.

Super Bowl moneyline odds

Super Bowl moneyline odds determine how much you will win when you bet on which team will win the big game. This is the most straightforward wager you can place on the Super Bowl, as it simply focuses on which team will win the game regardless of the total points scored or margin of victory.

Here is an example of Super Bowl moneyline odds:



Kansas City Chiefs


San Francisco 49ers


In the example above, the Chiefs are priced as favorites to win the game with -170 odds, meaning a $100 bet would have a payout of $158.82 (your $100 wager plus $58.82 profit). Meanwhile, the 49ers are priced as the underdog at +140, meaning a $100 bet would have a payout of $240 (your $100 payout plus $140 profit).

During the NFL regular season, moneyline odds can change before the Super Bowl, depending on factors such as injury news and which team the majority of bettors are wagering on.

Super Bowl total or over/under odds

Super Bowl totals betting, also commonly known as over/under betting, lets you bet that the total number of points scored by both teams in the game will be over or under a number specified by the sportsbook.

Here is an example of Super Bowl total or over/under odds:

Total points


Over 48.5


Under 48.5


In this case, the total set by the sportsbook is 48.5, meaning for the over to win the game needs to have 49 points or more, and for the under to win it needs to have 48 points or fewer. In this example, both the over and under selections are available at moneyline odds of -110, which means you must bet $110 to win $100, for a total payout of $210.

Similar odds may be offered for the Super Bowl for one of the teams to score over or under a specified points total. As with other over/under markets, sportsbooks aim to set Super Bowl totals that they think will attract approximate 50/50 interest from bettors on the over and under.

Super Bowl parlay odds

Super Bowl parlay bets enable you to combine two or more different wagers into a single bet, with the payout increased by enhanced parlay odds so long as each selection comes in.

Here is an example of a Super Bowl parlay bet:



Tampa Bay Buccaneers to win


Under 48.5 points


Tom Brady to complete over 29.5 passes


Three-way parlay odds


The example above includes selections on the moneyline, total or over/under, and a prop bet on how many passes Tom Brady will complete.

If you placed these as individual $100 bets, your payouts would be $183.33, $190.90, and $250 respectively. However, the three selections combined as a single $100 parlay would have a payout of $874.80 (a total profit of $774.80).

Similarly to parlay bets on other events and sports, Super Bowl parlays can greatly increase your payout, albeit with the added risk that you need more than one thing to happen in order for your bet to win.

How I do bet on a team to win the Super Bowl?

If you have done your homework, and the time has come to bet on a team to win the Super Bowl, you can then consider your Super Bowl futures bet. Discussed in greater depth on our Super Bowl futures page, futures bets allow you to wager on the future performance of a team or player. The payouts are determined by odds that dynamically change depending on the ongoing performance of the team or player in question during the season.

Super Bowl futures are typically first published just hours after the completion of the previous NFL season and remain available right up until Super Bowl Sunday itself, meaning you can bet on them any time both before and during the campaign.

Factors that can influence changes in the odds include offseason player moves like a big free-agent signing, performance on the field, and major injuries to key players.

What are Super Bowl prop bets?

Super Bowl prop bets cover every aspect of the action, both on and off the gridiron. The most common types of props are player props and team props. Player props enable you to wager on an individual player’s performance, such as how many touchdown passes a quarterback will throw or how many yards a rusher will run for. Team props can include how many total yards a team will rack up, how many times they will sack the opposing quarterback, or how many first downs they will earn over the course of the game.

With Super Bowl props, you can also bet on an array of markets that focus on the action off the field. These include the result of the coin toss, the length of the national anthem before the game, the color of the traditional celebratory Gatorade shower, how many songs will be performed at the halftime show and who will perform them, and who the NFL MVP winner will thank first in his acceptance speech.

Super Bowl props have massively grown in popularity in recent years, even attracting the attention of casual fans who would not typically place a bet.

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