Superbowl Betting

The Superbowl is one of the most widely publicized football event worldwide. The popularity of American Football revolves around this game. The commercials during the game are a closely guarded secret, seats sell out well in advance of the game even though they’re highly overpriced. Millions of dollars are wagered on the outcome of this event, and millions of people world wide tune in to see it. It is the single biggest event in the sportsbetting calendar, with more wagered on this event than any other.

Why wager on the Superbowl?

Football fans can find this an easy question to answer- they’re already excited about the big game. They’re watching the playoffs, following their favorite teams from the beginning. For players who want to win more than bragging rights, sportsbetting is a great way to add some fun and excitement to watching the big game. But what about the casual fan? Maybe they only watch the Superbowl for the commercials, or they heard their band is playing the halftime show?

Prop bets are one way for the casual football fan to enjoy betting on the Superbowl. Every sportsbook offers the typical wagers on the Superbowl and the playoffs, but not all of them will offer the same prop bets. When it comes to having casual betting fun, the prop bets are a great way to go. These can include how long the it takes the singer to complete the national anthem, the color of gatorade poured over the winning coach, clothing options by singers, wagers placed by celebrities, and more.

Future Wagers

As the Superbowl is the final game of a long series, players can wager on the the entire series. From the very beginning of the season, people begin placing odds to see which team will become the victor. Future wagers are offered by some sportsbooks- allow bettors to guess the winner of the Superbowl months in advance. These wagers typically have longer odds, and most serious sportsbettors don’t take Prop bets as serious ways to boost their bank account.

Halftime Wagers

Halftime of the Superbowl is one of the most watched parts of the game. Millions are spent on the commercials, and millions more are spent on the halftime show. Of course, there are wagers placed on both of those. But the real halftime show for serious sportsbettors are the line changes introduced by bookmakers. The game is half over, and new point spreads reflect the bookmaker’s guess as to who will win with the previous half of the game.

For the serious punters looking to score great wagers to win big money, the halftime wagers are the ones to watch. These require quick reaction time- there’s a very short time period in which these wagers are available. Depending on the sportsbook you prefer, they will be available by phone, mobile application, and of course, online sportsbetting website.

Where to wager on the Superbowl

The Superbowl is such a household name even in homes where sports aren’t such a big deal that some people wager on it without even really considering that they’re placing sports wagers. Office pools, friendly bets with friends, colleagues and family members are common. There are estimates that millions of dollars are wagered on the Superbowl outside of official betting channels. But why wager at a sportsbook when you can put $10 on the office pool?

A reliable sportsbook has quite a bit to offer even the casual gambler. The deposit bonuses alone can stretch a small budget. There’s also such a wide variety and easily customized wagers mean that you can place a very exact wager. Instead of just $10 to win or lose, you can place parlays, teasers, if bets, prop bets, and more.

Collecting your winnings from an established sportsbook is also less strain on a relationship, whether it is a working relationship or a friendship. There’s also the risk that a pool run by someone you aren’t familiar with doesn’t pay out properly. A reliable sportsbook can give you this assurance. With reduced juice lines, the ability to shop for the best odds, and the information available by bookmakers, placing your wagers in a sportsbook can be a much more likely to win bet.

Brad McGrath

About Brad McGrath (All Articles)

Brad McGrath

About Brad McGrath (All Articles)

Brad is a keen sports follower and punter. He REALLY loves the AFL, horse racing, winter sports and cricket and just loves the other sports. He grew up in the country where it was mandatory to play at least one football code and the choice was AFL. Brad is the executive editor of Race Media and has worked at various Fairfax publications as a reporter and editor.

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