Betting on the NFL is exciting year-round, but nothing compares to betting on the Super Bowl. Whether you’re betting against your friends, at your local lottery or on an online sportsbook, Super Bowl betting an exciting experience and if you predict the outcome, could mean a nice payout. There are plenty of betting opportunities on Super Bowl Sunday, including props, straight bets, and live, in-play betting. If you’re looking to bet on the Super Bowl this year – you’re in the right place. We have detailed betting guides, sportsbook reviews, up-to-the-minute odds, and a detailed history section if you’re looking for past Super Bowl winners, MVP recipients and Super Bowl recaps.
While we can recommend plenty of sportsbooks, it’s ultimately your decision when selecting a sportsbook. We aim to provide a brief review of what you might experience at each sportsbook. Many sign up at a popular sportsbook but run into issues, or the sportsbook just isn’t what they’re looking for. We aim to be as transparent as we can be with our reviews, combing the fine print and providing you all the details we can, including deposit options, bonus requirements and customer service evaluations.
There are plenty of online sportsbooks, but we have hand-picked a few that are worthwhile checking out. The first thing a bettor should do before setting up an online sportsbook account is read our sportsbook reviews and determine which sportsbook is available in their region or country, as some have restrictions. Then check out their deposit options and ensure the method you were planning on using to make your deposit is available at that sportsbook. Next, if you’re looking for a bonus, ensure you’re getting the most value, and review the rollover requirements, because if you do not fulfill the requirements by a certain date, your entire bonus can be forfeited.
We look at all of the aspects of every sportsbook, so you don’t have to. This should make the rest of your Super Bowl betting experience much easier.
With all of the different betting types and options available, it can be hard to decide on which bet(s) you want to place on Super Bowl Sunday. When you choose to bet on the Super Bowl online, you have access to some of the best Super Bowl odds and betting lines in the industry, so choosing a bet from the thousands of options can be a challenge. For beginners, straight up bets can be appealing. Moneyline bets, Totals and Point Spreads can be appealing due to their simplicity. Intermediate and advanced bettors look to props, exotics, teasers and parlays, which require a little more analysis and know-how.
Check out our betting guide for detailed descriptions of each betting type.
Super Bowl betting odds are the most important piece in regards to your Super Bowl wager. If you predict the favorite, and they win, it’s likely that you won’t win much, so it’s important to look at the odds, and see how you can use them to your advantage. Odds can move several times leading up to the Super Bowl, depending on how the public is betting, so if you see odds that you believe are a lock, add them to your bet slip and hit Bet Now. Otherwise, you can wait, as odds fluctuate and can lean in your advantage closer to game time.
Our odds page pulls competitive odds from the top online sportsbooks in the industry, and displays them all in one place, to make line shopping a bit easier for your Super Bowl bets.
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