Jim “Mattress Mack” McIngvale, a Houston furniture mogul known for making enormous sports wagers, has bet $3.46 million, the largest Super Bowl bet made this year, on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to cover the 3.5-point spread against the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday.
Who bet 2 million on the Bucs?
BetMGM sent a press notice that a wager of $2.3 million to win $2 million was placed on the Buccaneers +3.5 points. The Super Bowl LV bet is the largest yet reported at any U.S. sportsbook, according to BetMGM spokesperson Elisa Richardson. The bet was placed on BetMGM’s mobile app.
Who bet 5 million on the Super Bowl?
Jim McIngvale, or as he’s famously known “Mattress Mack”, placed a $3.46 million bet on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Sunday’s Super Bowl. According to DraftKings, the Houston businessman flew to Colorado where he placed the bet on the company’s mobile app from the Colorado Springs airport.
What is the largest sports bet ever won?
The Top Sports Bets Ever Placed and Won
- $2.5 Million – Kansas City Royals Future.
- $1.2 Million – Tiger Woods Masters Bet.
- $800,000 – New England Patriots Super Bowl Bet.
- $560,000 – Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl Future.
- £200,000 – Leicester City Premier League Future.
How much money do you win if you bet on the Bucs?
The first was a $2.3 million bet on the Bucs covering the spread. If the Bucs do cover the 3.5, the bettor will win $2 million.
How much money would you win if you bet $100?
This means for every $100 you bet, you win $200. Undeniably, American odds are the most straightforward.
What is the largest bet on Super Bowl 2021?
The owner of Gallery Furniture placed the biggest Super Bowl bet of 2021, winning over $6 million. The Texas businessman flew out to Colorado Springs to place the wager through DraftKings. Jim McIngvale plans to use the money to offset costs for a free mattress promotional.
How much did Bookies lose on Super Bowl?
Super Bowl bettors lost $12.5 million in Nevada sports books. Fans cheer during the first half of the NFL Super Bowl 55 football game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs, Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021, in Tampa, Fla.