Welcome to the BettingUSA 50-state guide to betting on the 2022 Super Bowl. Here we explain where to legally bet on Super Bowl LVI online and in-person in almost every state. We discuss the best mobile apps, Super Bowl betting promotions, retail sportsbooks, and DFS alternatives for NFL fans who live in unregulated states.

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SoFi Stadium will host the 2022 Super Bowl this February to bring the Big Game to Los Angeles for the first time in nearly 30 years.

The last time LA hosted the Super Bowl, it was 1993, and the Dallas Cowboys were about to become an NFL dynasty, O.J. Simpson was in good enough standing to conduct the coin flip ceremony, and Michael Jackson was about to singlehandedly turn the halftime show into the extravaganza it is today.

Last year saw the defending Kansas City Chiefs led by Patrick Mahomes come up short against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers led by Tom Brady.

Before players had even shuffled off the field at Raymond James Stadium in Florida, sportsbooks around the country had already posted the early 2022 Super Bowl betting odds, with the Chiefs initially priced as the +900 favorites despite the loss and the Bucs up next at +1100.

Super Bowl Odds: Moneyline, Point Spread, and Totals

These Super Bowl odds are updated in real time with data provided by the best legal sportsbooks.

Note that the odds can vary from one state to the next. Use the toggles to view the latest Super Bowl lines where you live. Switch between moneyline, point spread, and over/under total points betting odds with this chart to find the best value for every bet.

Super Bowl LVI Betting Promotions

The lead-up to Super Bowl LVI is prime hunting season for sports betting bonuses and promotions.

In this section, BettingUSA will maintain a running list of the many Super Bowl promotions and bonuses that will be announced between today and kickoff.

DraftKings Super Bowl Betting Promotions

Offers available in: CO, IA, IL, IN, MI, NH, NJ, PA, TN, VA, WV

DraftKings Sportsbook First Deposit Bonus: 20% up to $1,000

  • Bonus code: No code needed
  • Rollover: 25x

DraftKings welcomes all new customers with a 20% first deposit bonus worth up to $1,000. If you’re new to DraftKings Sportsbook and sign up for an account, you automatically qualify and DraftKings will add an extra 20% in bonus funds to your first deposit.

DraftKings releases the bonus in increments of $1 for every $25 wagered on sports or spent on fantasy contests.

BetMGM Super Bowl Promotions

Offers available in: CO, IA, IN, MI, NJ, PA, TN, VA, WV

Bet MGM Sportsbook New Customer Offer: Risk-Free First Bet up to $500

  • Bonus code: No code needed
  • Rollover: 2x

BetMGM Sportsbook offers a simple but worthwhile welcome bonus for new customers: if your first bet after signing up for an account loses, BetMGM will refund it with up to $500 in free bets. If your first bet wins, the promotion ends right there, and you can keep your winnings as normal. Win-win.

BetRivers Super Bowl Promos

Offers available in: CO, IA, IL, IN, MI, PA, VA

Bet Rivers Sports First Deposit Bonus: 100% up to $250

  • Bonus code: 250MATCH
  • Rollover: 1x

New BetRivers customers who sign up for an account and make their first deposit with the promo code 250MATCH receive an extra 100% for up to $250 extra. For example, if you sign up for an account and make a first deposit of $100, BetRivers will give you $100 in bonus funds on top of that.

The bonus money and associated winnings can be withdrawn after wagering through the bonus one time. Only wagers placed at odds of -200 or longer (-200, +110, +300, etc.) count toward the rollover.

PointsBet Super Bowl Promotions

Offers available in: CO, IA, IL, IN, MI, NJ

New Points Bet Sportsbook Customers: Two Risk Free Bets up to $2,000

  • Bonus code: BUSA
  • Rollover: No rollover

PointsBet has enhanced its new customer offer to celebrate this year’s matchup. Now, PointsBet offers a substantial welcome bonus that gives new users up to $2,000 back across their first two wagers if they lose:

  • Get up to $500 back if your first fixed-odds wager loses
  • Get up to $1,500 back if your first PointsBetting wager loses

Both refunds are issued as free bets and therefore cannot be withdrawn. However, the bonus has no wagering requirements and bettors may withdraw their winnings at will.

William Hill Super Bowl Promotions

Offers available in: CO, IA, IL, IN, MI, NJ, VA, WV

New William Hill Sportsbook Customer Offer: Risk-Free First Bet up to $2,021

  • William Hill Super Bowl Bonus Code: BUSARF
  • Rollover: No rollover

New William Hill customers in Virginia, Michigan and Colorado can sign up for an account and use the promo code BUSARF to place their first wager risk-free. If you claim this offer and your first bet loses, William Hill will refund it with a free bet worth up to $2,021.

If you’re in any other state, William Hill offers a risk-free first bet worth up to $500.

The free bet must be used within seven days of receipt, and William Hill does not enforce any wagering requirements on winnings earned by wagering the free bet.

Where to Bet on the 2022 Super Bowl Legally in the USA

This year, NFL fans in more than 20 states will be able to legally bet on the 2022 Super Bowl online via licensed mobile apps and websites or in-person at retail sportsbooks.

As responsible gambling firm Conscious Gaming noted last year, 70 million adults in 17 jurisdictions were able to bet on the Super Bowl with licensed operators. Likewise, GeoComply noted a big uptick in interest before the Big Game as it recorded more than 30 million sports betting transactions across 16 sates and the District of Columbia during last year’s Conference Championship weekend, an increase of 260% over the same period of the previous year.

In Virginia and Michigan alone, legal operators logged 7.5 million transactions from 400,000 active accounts. More fans than ever before can bet on the Super Bowl online, and many will be doing so for the first time ever.

Read on for a complete guide to betting on Super Bowl LVI. Below, we will discuss where to bet online legally and examine options for fans in states that lack legal sportsbooks.

MonkeyKnifeFight.com and PrizePicks.com will be hosting fantasy prop games for Super Bowl 56. The contests run by other sites involve making predictions about in-game events such as player scoring totals and fantasy point totals to provide an experience that is extremely similar to real sports betting.

See our reviews for each DFS app for a thorough explanation of the next best thing to legal sports bets:

States with Mobile Betting Apps

Nine states have mobile online sportsbooks up and running as of today. On game day, NFL fans in each of the following states will be able to bet on the NFL from anywhere within state lines.

Sports fans in neighboring states are also welcome to sign up and deposit from out of state. Each state that has legalized sports betting to date only requires customers to be located within state lines at the time each wager is placed.

Most states allow customers to register remotely, but a handful have passed laws requiring customers to visit a casino in-person to sign up for an online betting account.

Colorado Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21

The 2022 Super Bowl will be Colorado’s second with legal sports betting, and all indications are that business will be good. Colorado sportsbooks launched in May 2020 and the state put up impressive revenue numbers from the beginning. This year, Colorado gamblers can bet on the 2022 Super Bowl in-person at casinos or online via licensed websites and mobile apps.

Iowa Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21
  • In-person registration no longer required

The most important thing Iowa NFL fans should know is mobile betting sites no longer require remote registration. Customers can sign up at Iowa online sportsbook accounts from anywhere in Iowa.

Illinois Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21
  • In-person registration no longer required

NFL fans in IL can bet on the Super Bowl at casinos, through mobile betting apps, and online. Sportsbooks at stadiums and racetracks are also on the way. Illinois sports wagering law is conducive to competition, which means gamblers have numerous options for betting on the Super Bowl online.

Major providers such as William Hill, BetRivers, DraftKings, and FanDuel are all active in the Illinois market.

Indiana Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21

Hoosiers will get their third chance to legally bet on the Super Bowl courtesy of legislation approved in 2019 authorizing retail sportsbooks and mobile betting apps. There are numerous legal betting sites in Indiana to complement the retail sportsbooks that are open at most casinos.

The Indiana Gaming Commission (IGC) is always prepared for a busy Super Bowl betting season. The IGC has approved seven categories of prop bets that allow licensed sportsbooks to take novelty bets on events such as the coin toss, color of the postgame Gatorade shower and more.

Michigan Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21

Michigan online sports betting began near the end of January 2021, just in time for last year’s Big Game. Ten mobile betting apps launched on day one to give fans across the state many options, including DraftKings and William Hill.

MI Residents can also bet on the 2022 Super Bowl in-person at commercial casinos in Detroit and tribal casinos elsewhere. See our MI sports betting page for a full list of mobile betting sites and retail sportsbooks.

New Hampshire Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 18

The New Hampshire Lottery operates mobile sports betting through a partnership with DraftKings, the only authorized online sportsbook. DraftKings New Hampshire launched just in time for the tail end of the 2019/2020 NFL season and will again be taking Super Bowl wagers from across the state.

Residents of NH can also place Super Bowl wagers in-person at two retail sportsbooks powered by DraftKings at Filotimo Casino & Restaurant and The Brook in Seabrook.

New Jersey Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21

This will be the fourth Super Bowl for New Jersey with legal sports gambling. New Jersey’s first super Bowl generated nearly $35 million in total betting handle and was a good one for sports bettors, who managed to come out on top by $4.5 million thanks to the New England Patriots 10-point win over Los Angeles.

New Jersey’s second Super Bowl was even better, with fans placing $54.2 million in total wagers. Last year, New Jersey saw an even bigger jump, with bettors wagering $117.4 million on the Big Game, an increase of 116% over the previous year.

The New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement (NJDGE) has issued additional licenses to mobile sportsbooks since then. Today, there are numerous legal betting sites in New Jersey along with retail sportsbooks at Meadowlands racetrack, Monmouth Park, and each of Atlantic City’s casinos.

Nevada Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21
  • In-person registration is required

Nevada has more Super Bowl betting experience than every other state combined, and a more developed industry to boot. Despite the proliferation of legal sports betting, Nevada sportsbooks still book in excess of $150 million in handle each year. Nevada’s all-time record year was 2018, when it logged $158.5 million in Super Bowl betting handle.

Oregon Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21

Online sports betting launched in Oregon with the debut of the Scoreboard app by the Oregon Lottery in October 2019. Scoreboard provides a healthy variety of unique betting markets that include the likes of first-quarter outcomes, the first player to score a touchdown, passing totals, and much more.

Pennsylvania Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21

This year will mark Pennsylvania’s third Super Bowl with legal sports betting. Twelve online sportsbooks and their associated mobile apps hold Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) sports betting licenses and will be taking wagers on Super Bowl LVI. Last year, Pennsylvania sportsbooks handled nearly $54 million in Super Bowl wagers.

Rhode Island Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 18
  • In-person registration is required

The Rhode Island Lottery operates a sports betting monopoly that consists of online betting at SportsBetRhodeIsland.com and retail sportsbooks at Twin River Casino in Lincoln and Tiverton Casino in Tiverton. This will be Rhode Island’s third Super Bowl with legal sportsbooks and its second with online betting.

The Rhode Island Lottery booked nearly $6.5 million in betting handle across 51,000 transactions on the 2019 Super Bowl. Rhode Islanders decreased their average bet size the following year but placed a larger number of wagers as the lottery reported $5.5 million in handle on the 2020 Super Bowl and $6.5 million in 2021.

Tennessee Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21
  • Online sportsbook apps only

Super Bowl LVI will be Tennessee’s second with legal sports betting. Unlike most states with legal sports betting, Tennessee does not have retail sportsbooks. Every wager must be placed online through mobile sports betting apps and websites authorized by TN regulators.

Virginia Sports Betting

Virginia legalized retail sportsbooks and online sports betting in 2020. Fans will have their choice of numerous mobile betting apps on gameday, including BetMGM and DraftKings.

D.C. Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 18

Legal Washington DC sports betting is limited in scope, but residents do have some options. Currently, NFL fans can bet from anywhere in the city via DC’s only citywide mobile app, GambetDC.

Other options include in-person betting at Capital One Arena’s retail sportsbook, or within two blocks of Capital One Arena via William Hill’s mobile app.

West Virginia Sports Betting

  • Minimum betting age: 21

West Virginia legalized sports betting in 2018 and is now home to five mobile sportsbooks and five retail sportsbooks at casinos. This will be the fourth year in which West Virginians can legally bet on the Super Bowl online.

States with Retail Sportsbooks

NFL fans in the following states can bet on the 2022 Super Bowl at retail sportsbooks only. Mobile betting is not an option in any of these states so each wager will have to be placed in-person at licensed sportsbooks.

  • Minimum betting age: 21

Three Arkansas sportsbooks are now open for business with one more set to launch in the future. Anyone wanting to place a bet on this year’s Super Bowl will need to visit the sportsbook at Oaklawn Casino, Southland Casino, or the sportsbook at the Saracen Casino Annex.

  • Minimum betting age: 21

As the first state to book a legal sports wager outside of Nevada, Delaware will have sports betting in place for a third Super Bowl this year.

Last year, legal DE sportsbooks took in a little under $2 million in Super Bowl wagers. Once again, sports fans can visit Dover Downs, Delaware Park or Harrington Raceway to place their bets.

  • Minimum betting age: 21

Mississippi does not yet have the convenience of mobile betting, but more than two dozen casinos spread across the state put the nearest sportsbook within a reasonable drive for residents in most parts of the state.

Last year, Mississippi’s commercial sportsbooks handled a little over $8 million in Super Bowl bets.

  • Minimum betting age: 18

Montana sports betting occurs primarily through self-serve kiosks managed by the lottery. NFL fans can also download the Montana Sports Bet app to sign up for accounts and make deposits, but they may only place bets when physically located within an authorized retailer.

The easiest way to bet on the Super Bowl in Montana is to download Montana Sports App for iOS or Android. Sign up for an account, make a deposit, and find the nearest location to place your bets.

  • Minimum betting age: 21

New Mexico has not officially legalized sports betting, but four tribal casinos have opened sportsbooks since the Supreme Court overturned PASPA.

NFL fans can bet on the Super Bowl at the Santa Ana Star just north of Albuquerque, Hilton Buffalo Thunder in Santa Fe, Isleta Resort & Casino in Albuquerque, Inn of the Mountain Gods in Mescalero, and Route 66 Casino in Albuquerque.

  • Minimum betting age: 21

New Yorkers will be able to legally bet on the Super Bowl for the second time at eight local casinos. Lawmakers have been discussing adding online betting to the mix.

In the meantime, all NY Super Bowl bets will have to be placed in-person except for fans who can travel to New Jersey to bet online there.

States with a DFS Alternative for the Super Bowl

The rapid spread of legal sports betting in the US portends well for Super Bowl betting in the future, but fans in states that have not yet joined the legalization bandwagon do have viable alternatives in the meantime.

Daily fantasy sports sites such as Monkey Knife Fight, FanDuel and DraftKings will be hosting Super Bowl contests this year with significant prize pools to be won.

Daily fantasy is the next best alternative for those in states without legal sports betting as it gives fans across most of the country a chance to have some skin in the big game.

For instance, DraftKings will be hosting hundreds of Super Bowl fantasy contests at all buyin levels, including the marquee $4 Million Super Bowl guarantee with a buyin of just $10.

Likewise, FanDuel will be hosting a similar number of Super Bowl DFS contests, including its own $3 Million Big Game contest with $1,000,000 reserved for the first-place finisher. That one comes with a reasonable buy-in of $9.

As the various daily fantasy sites gear up for the 2022 Super Bowl, we will update this post with valuable promotions and key information for NFL fans in the following states.

The states listed below either restrict sports betting altogether or only permit in-person bets at retail sportsbooks. For anyone who would like to put their NFL handicapping skills to the test online, readers in the following states can use any of our favorite real money DFS apps.

  • Alabama
  • Alaska
  • Arkansas
  • California
  • Connecticut
  • Delaware
  • Florida
  • Georgia
  • Kansas
  • Kentucky
  • Maine
  • Maryland
  • Massachusetts
  • Minnesota
  • Mississippi
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Mexico
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • North Dakota
  • Ohio
  • Oklahoma
  • South Carolina
  • South Dakota
  • Texas
  • Utah
  • Vermont
  • Wisconsin
  • Wyoming

Fans in the following states, unfortunately, have no legal options to bet on the 2022 Super Bowl. Anyone living in one of these states will have to either watch from the sidelines or travel to a state with legal sports betting or fantasy sports.

  • Arizona
  • Hawaii
  • Idaho
  • Louisiana: Louisiana voters approved sports betting in most parishes during the November 2020 election, but lawmakers still need to pass additional legislation to implement legal sports betting.
  • Washington: Washington is seriously considering legalizing mobile sports betting, but current proposals still have several hoops to jump through before they can become law.

Super Bowl Prop Bets

The Super Bowl is the Christmas Day of prop bets. Legal sportsbooks around the country have opened their books for a wide range of prop bets, including everything from the outcome of the coin flip to the color of Gatorade to be dumped onto the winning coach.

For sheer variety of props bets and the best odds, two sportsbooks stand above the rest:

  • William Hill: Best sportsbook for props, including the best odds on coin toss markets with -101 on both sides, which is as close as it gets to even money. William Hill has more than 300 Super Bowl bets in total, and many of those are prop bets
  • DraftKings: Close runner-up – almost as many props as William Hill but ranks number one for unique, off-the-wall props. DraftKings offers -103 for both sides of the Super Bowl coin toss bet

Some sportsbooks offer more than one hundred prop betting markets for up to a thousand individual outcomes that bettors can choose from. There are too many options to list them all, but below is just a small sampling of real Super Bowl props the country’s biggest sportsbooks have on offer right now.

Essentially, player props let bettors predict how good or bad of a game any one player will have. Bettors can wager on Tom Brady passing yards, Patrick Mahomes touchdowns, who will score the first touchdown, and much more.

  • Which player will score the first touchdown?
  • Which player will score the last touchdown?
  • Will Player X score a touchdown at any point?
  • Quarterback totals for: passing yards, rushing yards, passing touchdowns, interceptions, passing attempts, longest pass completion, and passing + rushing yards
  • Receiver totals for total yards, number of receptions, and longest reception
  • Running back totals for rushing yards and rushing touchdowns
  • Defensive player totals for tackles, assists, and tackles + assists
  • Will player X achieve an interception?
  • Will player X return a kick for a touchdown?

With two of the best quarterbacks the NFL has ever seen facing off in the biggest game of the season, last year’s 2021 Super Bowl MVP betting market basically came down to these choices:

  • Patrick Mahomes for MVP: +100 at BetMGM and DraftKings
  • Tom Brady for MVP: +200 at BetMGM and +210 at DraftKings
  • Everyone else at odds ranging from +1,200 to +50,000

Surprisingly, few sportsbooks offer the MVP bet. DraftKings and BetMGM are the two most popular betting apps with MVP markets this year. Additional sportsbooks may add the market closer to kickoff, but for right now those are the two sportsbooks to check for the latest MVP odds.

Both sportsbooks also offer variations of the MVP bet, including:

  • Position of the MVP: Quarterback, running back, etc.
  • Position of the MVP (Alternate line): Quarterback -275 or any other position +225 (BetMGM)
  • Will the MVP be a quarterback? YES -305 or NO +220 (DraftKings)
  • Will the MVP be from the losing team? Yes +5,000 (DraftKings)

Game proposition bets cover a wide range of possibilities not included in the other categories. There are hundreds of Super Bowl LVI game props to choose from. The examples below are just a small sampling of the many game props that are already live:

  • Winning margin for each team – Ex: Chiefs to win by 1-6 points
  • Total yards of the shortest touchdown – Ex: Over/under 1.5 yards
  • Total touchdowns in the game or just in quarter 1, quarter 2, first half, second half, etc.
  • First scoring play: Chiefs touchdown, Buccaneers safety, Chiefs field goal, etc.
  • Will a safety be scored in the game?
  • Will either team be shut out?
  • Will either team score a special teams TD?
  • Will any field goal or extra point hit the uprights or crossbar?
  • Will either team miss an extra point attempt?
  • Will a punt be downed inside the five-yard line?
  • Will either team never punt?
  • Which team will punt first?
  • Will there be a successful 2-point conversion?
  • Will the final play of the game be a quarterback kneel?
  • Which team will call the first timeout?
  • Will the game go into overtime?

Novelty props are the most unique Super Bowl bets of all, often crafted just for fun and to generate attention-grabbing headlines.

Some novelty props have bordered on the ridiculous in past years, but the regulated US sports betting market places limits on the types of wagers that sportsbooks may offer. Generally, regulators want to avoid novelty props that are easily manipulated, such as officiating calls or how many times one of the announcers uses a certain word.

As such, novelty props are not available in every state. If you log in to your favorite sportsbook and can’t find the coin toss bet or other novelties, it is probably because your state prohibits such wagers.

Some of the novelty props that are offered by legal NFL sportsbooks this year include:

  • Will the coin toss result in heads or tails? Best odds at William Hill with -101 on both sides
  • Which team will win the coin toss? Best odds at William Hill with -101 on both sides
  • Will the team captain correctly call the coin toss?
  • Total players to attempt a pass
  • To win the coin toss AND the game: Pick the Chiefs or Buccaneers to win the coin toss, and then whether that team will win or lose the game
  • Fat Man TD: Will any offensive lineman score a TD? Will any offensive or defensive lineman score a TD? Offered at DraftKings.

Super Bowl Gatorade Shower Bet

Betting on the color of the Gatorade shower is peak Super Bowl gambling, but many regulators are reluctant to permit wagers on events not directly related to the conduct of the game. As a result, the Super Bowl Gatorade bet is prohibited in most states with legal sportsbooks.

NFL fans in IL, IN, NJ, OR, and WV can bet on the Gatorade shower online with licensed providers:

If you’ll be in one of those states on gameday and want to bet on the Gatorade shower, here are the best sportsbooks to place that bet and in which of the above states it is active:

  • BetMGM: IN, NJ, WV
  • William Hill: IL, IN, NJ, WV
  • DraftKings: IL, IN, NJ, WV
  • Scoreboard: Oregon’s only authorized betting app

And below is what each sportsbook is willing to pay for each Gatorade color:

  • Orange: +125 at DraftKings, +140 at BetMGM, +100 at William Hill
  • Red: +200 at DraftKings, +350 at BetMGM, +250 at William Hill
  • Yellow/Green/Lime: +300 at DraftKings, +500 at BetMGM, +400 at William Hill
  • Clear/Water: +350 at DraftKings, +550 at BetMGM, +500 at William Hill
  • Blue: +700 at DraftKings, +800 at BetMGM, +800 at William Hill
  • Purple: +800 at DraftKings, +800 at BetMGM, +850 at William Hill

BetMGM is the clear winner here with the best odds for every color except purple, which is edged out just a bit by William Hill.

Super Bowl Betting FAQ and Interesting Trivia

This question should be, “what types of bets can I not place on the Super Bowl?”

Sportsbooks hold back little when it comes to the types of wagers they are willing to accept from customers.

This year, sportsbooks posted lines on hundreds of markets covering every outcome, game statistic, and player statistic conceivable.

Sportsbooks also took wagers whether or not certain events will happen, such as a field goal attempt hitting the uprights, the first penalty of the game, the longest punt, and more.

In some cases, sportsbooks posted odds on more than 600 markets. Whether you simply want to bet on who will win the Super Bowl or get as granular as predicting your team’s third-string running back’s longest rush, you have it all at hand.

Many sportsbooks also offer cross-sport props, such as predicting whether a wide receiver will have more receiving yards than an NBA team will have points in its next game.

Novelty props such as the color of the Gatorade shower and the outcome of the coin flip are available in some states.

Some regulators are uncomfortable with bets on occurrences not directly related to the on-field gameplay, so the availability of novelty props varies from one state to the next.

Wagers on events entirely outside the control of the NFL or its players, such as the length of the National Anthem or types of commercials that will run during the Super Bowl, are prohibited across the board. Those bets are only taken by illegal, offshore sportsbooks with questionable track records.

Americans wager billions of dollars on the Super Bowl every year. Recently, the American Gaming Association estimated 23.2 million Americans would bet $4.3 billion on the Big Game.

Sportsbooks in Las Vegas and other regulated jurisdictions posted 2022 Super Bowl futures before law season had even concluded, starting with the Chiefs and Bucs favored to repeat. As soon as the Super Bowl LVI matchup is determined, sportsbooks will release the lines for each team.

The answer to this question depends on two things:

  • Where you live, which determines which sportsbooks are available in your state
  • What type of Super Bowl bet you want to place

The easiest way to find the best Super Bowl odds is to view our live odds above or visit this page. There, you can select your state and the type of bet you would like to place to find out which sportsbooks in your state offer the best odds.

In our experience, each of the best sportsbooks has the best odds on at least one of the Super Bowl outcomes for the moneyline, spread, and total.

For example, William Hill had the best odds on the Bucs point spread, while DraftKings had the best Chiefs moneyline last year. We will update this page closer to Super Bowl LVI as more information becomes available.

A typical Super Bowl squares game involves a 10×10 grid, with the rows corresponding to one team and the column corresponding to the other team.

Each participant picks a square that will remain theirs for the entirety of the Super Bowl. In some cases, the person running the contest may let participants bid for specific squares.

After everyone has a square, the numbers 0-9 are randomly assigned to each row and column to cover every possible scoring outcome. The numbers that correspond to your square are yours for the game.

At the end of each quarter, the final digit of each team’s score is plotted on the grid to determine the winning number. For example, if the final square at the end of the first quarter is 7-14, the square corresponding to 7, 4 is the winning square for that quarter. Most games pay prizes at the end of each quarter.

Super Bowl squares is an easy game to play with friends at a watch party, and you shouldn’t have too much trouble finding free games to participate in online.

For anyone interested in playing online for free, DraftKings hosts a $55,000 Super Bowl squares contest this year that you can play for free for a chance to win real cash prizes, including a top prize of $22,000.

The contest is open to all DraftKings fantasy or sports customers across the United States.

On a side note, DraftKings is also hosting a free $55 million predictions pool with a $1 million top prize.

The DraftKings prediction pool costs nothing to enter and will have you answer ten questions related to what will happen in the 4th quarter. Visit DraftKings to learn more.

In most states with legal sports betting, yes. Novelty and prop bet rules vary across the US, but sportsbooks in most US states offer wagers on the opening coin toss.

Colorado and Iowa are the only two major markets that prohibit bets on the coin flip.

Bettors can wager on the result of the coin toss (heads or tails) and winning team at most sportsbooks.

Some books also offer other coin toss options, such as whether the coin toss will be called correctly or if the team that wins the coin toss will win the game.

Any licensed sportsbook will do for the basic coin toss outcome wager, but bettors will want to visit BetMGM or DraftKings for a slightly bigger menu:

  • Bet on the coin toss outcome: heads or tails
  • Bet on the coin toss winner: Chiefs or Bucs
  • Bet on the player to correctly call the coin toss: yes or no
  • Bet on the coin toss and game outcome: Chiefs to call it correctly and win the game, Chiefs to call it correctly and lose, Bucs to call it correctly and win, or Bucs to call it correctly and lose

The Kansas City Chiefs will play on Sunday for a shot at becoming the first team to win consecutive Super Bowls since the New England Patriots repeated their 2004 championship in 2005 with Tom Brady at the helm.

Starting from the beginning, here is every team that has won back-to-back Super Bowls:

  • Green Bay Packers: 1967-1968
  • Miami Dolphins: 1973-1974
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: 1975-1976
  • Pittsburgh Steelers: 1979-1980
  • San Francisco 49ers: 1989-1990
  • Dallas Cowboys: 1993-1994
  • Denver Broncos: 1998-1999
  • New England Patriots: 2004-2005