Super Bowl bets: Odds, props, and how to wager online in the U.S.

Super Bowl Sunday is a massive day for sports gambling, and the Chiefs vs. 49ers matchup is an incredibly close one. It’s kicking off a year in which sports gambling could make a major leap in the U.S.—though it’s possible to place legal bets now, and sportsbooks provide all kinds of options for wagers. Here’s how to bet on the Super Bowl, along with the most popular Super Bowl prop bets.

Super Bowl bets: Odds for Super Bowl 54

All odds are courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook as of Friday, Jan. 31.

Game lines

Point spread: Chiefs are 1.5-point favorites

Over/Under: 54

Moneyline: Chiefs are -122 favorites (wager $122 to win $100); 49ers are +108 underdogs (wager $100 to win $108)

Game parlays

Moneyline and Total Points (54.5): Chiefs and Over +230, Chiefs and Under +230, 49ers and Over +270, 49ers and Under +270

Point Spread (Chiefs -1.5) and Total Points (54.5): Chiefs and Over +245, Chiefs and Under +250, 49ers and Over +255, 49ers and Under +250

1st Half Winner and Total Points (27.5): Chiefs and Over +275, Chiefs and Under +210, 49ers and Over +310, 49ers and Under +240

Super Bowl bets: MVP Odds

Here’s a rundown of the top 10 Super Bowl MVP candidates and their odds to win that honor. (Nick Bosa’s the only defensive player on the list at +2500; Richard Sherman’s an intriguing pick at +8000 given that he’s a respected veteran, but also note that only three defensive backs have won MVP in the 53-year history of the award.)

  • Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs QB: +115
  • Jimmy Garoppolo, 49ers QB: +225
  • Raheem Mostert, 49ers RB: +900
  • George Kittle, 49ers TE: +1600
  • Tyreek Hill, Chiefs WR: +2000
  • Travis Kelce, Chiefs TE +2000
  • Damien Williams, Chiefs RB: +2500
  • Nick Bosa, 49ers DE: +2500
  • Deebo Samuel, 49ers WR: +3300
  • Sammy Watkins, Chiefs WR: +4500

Super Bowl bets: First player to score touchdown

Here’s a rundown of the top 10 candidates to score Super Bowl LIV’s first touchdown and their odds.

  • Damien Williams, Chiefs RB: +650
  • Raheem Mostert, 49ers RB: +650
  • Travis Kelce, Chiefs TE +700
  • Tyreek Hill, Chiefs WR: +750
  • George Kittle, 49ers TE: +900
  • Deebo Samuel, 49ers WR: +1200
  • Tevin Coleman, 49ers RB: +1400
  • Emmanuel Sanders, 49ers WR: +1600
  • Sammy Watkins, Chiefs WR: +1800
  • Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs QB: +2000

Super Bowl prop bets

Here’s where things get fun (and a little ridiculous)—the prop bets. Here’s a prop bet sampling covering everything from the coin flip (yes, you can bet on that) to what color of Gatorade the winning coach gets doused with.

  • Coin toss outcome: Heads -103, Tails -103
  • Coin toss winner: Chiefs -103, 49ers -103
  • Player to correctly call opening kickoff coin toss: Yes -103, No -103
  • Total players to attempt a pass (including overtime): Over 2.5 +124, Under 2.5 -155
  • Total players to complete a pass (including overtime): Over 2.5 +200, Under 2.5 -265
  • Any offensive lineman to score a touchdown: Yes +2300, No -10000
  • Team to score first touchdown: Chiefs -121, 49ers -105
  • Team to score last touchdown: Chiefs -118, 49ers -108
  • Total touchdowns: Over 5.5 -157, Under 5.5 +123; Over 6.5 +135, Under 6.5 -175
  • Total yards of longest touchdown (void if no touchdowns scored): Over 44.5 -112, Under 44.5 -112
  • Total yards of shortest touchdown (void if no touchdowns scored): Over 44.5 -112, Under 44.5 -112
  • A safety is scored during the game: Yes +900, No -1430
  • Any field goal or extra-point attempt hits upright or crossbar: Yes +400, No -670
  • Either team to be shutout: Yes +4000
  • Either team to win by exactly 3 points: Yes +355, No -500
  • Game goes into overtime: Yes +1000, No -2500
  • Either team to miss a field goal: Yes +100, No -125
  • Either team to score a special teams touchdown: Yes +600, No -1115
  • First Gatorade color dumped on the winning coach: Purple +120, Red +300, Yellow/Green +375, Clear (or water) +700, Orange +750, Blue +1100; None +900

Super Bowl Betting: How to bet on the Super Bowl in the U.S.

1) DraftKings Sportsbook

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DraftKings Sportsbook

DraftKings Sportsbook was created in 2018 by DraftKings, which got on the map with its fantasy sports games. It currently operates in five U.S. states where online or onsite sports betting is legal, and it’s leading the charge for legal sports betting across the U.S. Visitors in legal states (confirmed through geolocation) can jump into the full spectrum of Super Bowl betting, as well as NBA, NHL, and soccer around the globe.

2) Bovada

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Bovada is one of the better-known offshore betting sites, allowing visitors to jump into the Super Bowl betting fray, a wide range of sports, and even casino, poker, and live dealer games. U.S. law doesn’t prohibit betting to sites operating outside the U.S., like Bovada, so it’s a legal and safe option. However, Bovada doesn’t accept players from New Jersey, New York, and Washington.

3) GTbets

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GTbets is another offshore betting site that promises a generous cash bonus for first-time depositors. It allows visitors to bet on sports around the world, including cricket and Aussie rules football in addition to the usual suspects. It’s even possible to bet on esports like Call of Duty, League of Legends, and Overwatch.

(Per its site rules, GTbets does not accept wagers from D.C., Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, New York, and Washington.)


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Phil West

Phil West

Phil West is a sports reporter and the author of two books on soccer, ‘The United States of Soccer,’ and ‘I Believe That We Will Win,’ both from The Overlook Press. His work has appeared most recently in, Pro Soccer USA, Texas Highways, and Howler. Based in Austin, he is also a lecturer in the Writing Program at the University of Texas at San Antonio.