The Super Bowl betting market stays active all year round via futures wagers. Once the matchup is official, sportsbooks will be ready with odds and lines. In both cases, you can expect to see plenty of movement in the numbers. The customizable live odds feed below simplifies line shopping.
Can I still bet on Super Bowl 2021?
You can bet on who will win the game (moneyline) or which team will cover the point spread. You can wager on the total combined score, entertaining prop bets, and multiple bets on one slip (parlays). You can bet live while the game is unfolding (in-play), and you can make futures bets on the next NFL Super Bowl.
How can I bet on the Super Bowl legally?
How To Bet On The Super Bowl Legally
- Visit a reputable and secure international sportsbook site that is operating legally outside the jurisdiction of the United States.
- Place a wager at a state-regulated domestic sportsbook, or on a downloadable mobile betting app offering Super Bowl betting lines.
Who is bet to win the Super Bowl 2021?
The defending champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+650) have the second-best odds to win the 2021-22 big game, behind only the Kansas City Chiefs (5-1), the team they defeated in Super Bowl LV, according to odds from Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill.
Who is the Super Bowl favorite?
The Chiefs, listed at +550 at Caesars Sportsbook by William Hill, are the favorite to win Super Bowl LVI. The Green Bay Packers are next at +900, followed by the champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +1,100.
How much is bet on the Super Bowl?
Key Facts. More than $117 million was wagered on Super Bowl LV in New Jersey, a massive increase of 116% compared to last year. Iowa’s handle more than doubled, according to data from Legal Sports Report, jumping from $6.5 million in 2020 to $16.2 million this year.
What was the highest bet on the Super Bowl?
The largest reported Super Bowl bet ever, in terms of amount risk, is believed to be a $4.8 million money-line wager on the Rams to beat the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVI that was placed with MGM in Las Vegas in 2002. The Patriots upset the Rams 20-17.
Is Antonio Brown playing in the Super Bowl?
As Buccaneers players return for another Super Bowl run, Antonio Brown is noticeably absent.