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What is the Super Bowl About?

The Super Bowl is the final game of the NFL season that decides who the ultimate winner of the NFL is. It is a championship game between the winners of the AFC and NFC divisions and offers a multitude of Super Bowl betting opportunities for fans.

Super Bowl Recap

The Super Bowl has been the NFL championship since 1966 when the Green Bay Packers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs. Since 2022, the Super Bowl has taken place on the second Sunday in February. Along with the game, the Super Bowl also features a halftime performance from musical guests each year, while Super Bowl commercials have also become part of the entertainment.

How to Bet on the Super Bowl LVIII Odds & Lines

There are many different ways to bet on the Super Bowl, and while the three main betting options are still available, prop bets are typically the most common when it comes to the big game.

Super Bowl prop bets are wagers on events that will happen during the game, such as how long the national anthem will go or what color the Gatorade will be. Bettors can also wager on player props, which are bets on how a player will perform in the game and what kind of stats they may have.

Bettors can also do a Super Bowl parlay of prop bets to have a higher payout, but just as they have a high reward, parlays also have a higher risk, since each bet needs to hit to get the winnings.

Outside of prop bets, bettors can also wager on the three main betting types in the moneyline, point spread and over/under.

A moneyline bet is a wager on which team bettors believe will win the game, while the point spread is a prediction on how much they think they will win by. Finally, the over/under, or total bet, is a wager on how many combined points both teams will score in the game.

When it comes to a moneyline bet, Super Bowl odds will have the team that is favored represented by a negative number while the underdog gets positive odds. The greater the number, the larger the favorite or underdog.

For instance, the sportsbook favors the San Francisco 49ers to win this year’s Super Bowl at -130 odds while the Kansas City Chiefs have +110 odds to win as an underdog. A $100 bet on the Chiefs winning would turn into a $110 payout if they did, while a bettor would have to place a $130 wager to win $100 on the ‘Niners.

For the point spread, San Francisco is favored to win by two points. In order to cover the spread, the 49ers would have to win by more than two, while the Chiefs would have to either win outright or lose by less than two to cover.

Finally, the total is how many points will be scored in the game. Our 2024 Super Bowl odds place it at 47½. If a bettor believes the Super Bowl will be higher scoring, they would bet the over, while a prediction on a more defensive game would result in them wagering on the under.

There is also the option for bettors to make a Super Bowl futures bet early on in the season. A futures bet is a prediction made early or ahead of the regular season on which team will win the Super Bowl. Although it is harder to guess the winner the earlier in the season it is, Super Bowl futures also offer a higher payout due to the larger unpredictability.

Current Super Bowl LVIII Futures Odds and Lines

The 2023 Super Bowl brought together the NFL teams Andy Reid coached. His current team, the Kansas City Chiefs, outlasted his previous squad, the Philadelphia Eagles to capture the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the MVP Super Bowl winner – for the second time – led his team to a 38-35 victory. The game was a thriller that saw 25 points scored in the final quarter.

The victory by the Chiefs has also led to them being the futures favorite at BetUS, America’s Favorite Sportsbook, in early betting.

If you want to get in on the betting now, Kansas City is at +600, a nice price for a team that is looking to repeat and seeking its third championship in recent years

Chances for Other Teams in Super Bowl 58

What did losing Tom Brady at quarterback do to the chances of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers? Plenty.

Todd Bowles enters the 2023 season with a choice of second-year player Kyle Trask or former first-overall pick and now well-traveled Baker Mayfield at quarterback. That is a far cry from the GOAT. Hence, Tampa Bay sits at +8000.

The NFC South is looking weak and you can tell that by the futures odds on the three teams other than the Buccaneers. The Saints are +4000 to win it all. The Panthers sit at +5000, and the Falcons are +7000.

They would be considered long shots to earn championship rings.

Promising Contenders in the AFC

The early second choice behind the Chiefs is the team they defeated in February in the Super Bowl. The Eagles are listed at +7000 in NFL Super Bowl futures odds and come back stacked. They signed quarterback Jalen Hurts to a massive contract in the offseason.

Could a Super Bowl rematch happen?

Possibly, but bettors know getting back to the title game for any team is a chore.
One team worth watching – and possibly tabbing in early betting – is the New York Jets. The team that has won one Super Bowl in its history sits at +1200, behind the Buffalo Bills (+900) in Super Bowl futures odds for AFC East teams.

The longest of long shots are the Houston Texans (+2000), Arizona Cardinals (+15000), and Indianapolis Colts (+15000). Those teams hold the second, third, and fourth slots in the 2023 NFL draft. If any of those teams found a way to capture the Super Bowl, it would be astonishing. But shoot your shot if you like the long shots.

Since the first Super Bowl was played in January 1967, it has become a household name in sports. From its halftime show performances to the commercials aired during the game, the Super Bowl has all the flash of a championship game.

The Super Bowl is the game all NFL teams fight to get to during the regular season and into the playoffs, with each team striving to be the ultimate team to win the coveted Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Here is a list of the teams in the NFL that have won a Super Bowl and the number of Super Bowls they have won.

  • Pittsburgh Steelers 6 Super Bowl titles
  • New England Patriots 6 Super Bowl titles
  • San Francisco 49ers 5 Super Bowl titles
  • Dallas Cowboys 5 Super Bowl titles
  • Green Bay Packers 4 Super Bowl titles
  • New York Giants 4 Super Bowl titles
  • Denver Broncos 3 Super Bowl titles

The 2021-22 NFL season is the league’s first-ever 18-week season. This season also had a seven-playoff team format for the AFC and NFC conferences, allowing more teams to enter the playoffs and compete for a spot in the coveted Super Bowl.

As the season progressed, changes in Super Bowl favorite team dynamics impacted the NFL power rankings, influencing the NFL playoffs and adding further excitement to the extended season.

BetUS offers Super Bowl Futures betting on its site throughout the season.

They also offer deposit bonuses for new customers. BetUS also sweetens the pot for people who prefer to use crypto to bet.

Crypto users can get a first-time deposit bonus and a first-time re-up bonus for using crypto.

BetUS accepts Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Litecoin, and Ethereum for deposit. So whether you want to bet with cash or crypto, BetUS has you covered.

There are quite a few things to note for those who search for NFL betting sites, Super Bowl bets, bonus bets, or prop bets, and want to bet on the best NFL betting Futures.

When the season starts, it’s common for the NFL Super Bowl Futures Odds to favor the teams from the previous Super Bowl. But as the NFL season progresses, the odds may move to the team with the best overall record during the season.

The 2021 Super Bowl Futures Odds favored the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs. Other teams, like the Arizona Cardinals, have moved up on the list since the beginning of the season. It’s crucial for those seeking the best NFL betting experiences to stay updated on these developments, especially as the race for the top Super Bowl champions will take place.

Excited for the Upcoming NFL Action at Allegiant Stadium?

Have you decided which team to back as the latest Super Bowl approaches, and who will secure the top seed? Are you wondering about the national anthem tradition and which team is currently favored to win?

Now is the time for your first bet for the events that will be held!

Secure your bets and opening odds and find out the best NFL players, including last year’s betting favorites, and those favored to win. It’s time to bet on NFL player props and be part of the journey toward the next big game and Super Bowl champions.

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Super Bowl LVIII Frequently Asked Questions

The Super Bowl is the championship game at the end of the NFL season between the AFC and NFC division champions that crown the winner of the league.

BetUS offers many different betting options for the Super Bowl, from prop bets to the moneyline to the total. To place a wager, bettors just have to go to the Super Bowl tab of the sportsbook and make their prediction.

Super Bowl 58 between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs will take place at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, Feb. 11.

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 to win Super Bowl 57.

The Super Bowl takes place at a different stadium each year, and this year, it will be at the newer Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV.

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Rolling If Bets (RIF) allow you to use the balance (amount) from existing wagers to make a new wager. As long as existing wagers have not been graded, the amount wagered can still be used to make new wagers. However, if your original wager loses, the Rolling If Bet is then cancelled. There are two options for ties (pushes); you can specify if you want the Rolling If Bet to continue in case of a tie or simply cancel the RIF.

Rolling If Bets are:
  • only allowed on straight bets, Parlays and Teasers.
  • not available with Free Plays or Futures and Props
  • only available if you have pre existing, non graded wagers
  • you can only use the funds from the amount of the pre existing wager
How to Place a Rolling If Bet:
  • Choose any straight, parlay or teaser and Place it on the Bet Slip
  • Click on the Rolling If Bet button next to the wager detail
  • In the RIF dropdown, choose a wager that you want to use for RIF
  • Click on "If Win Only" or "If Win or Push" (explained above)
  • Fill in the amount and confirm your wager (the system will not allow you a higher amount than what is available)
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