Super Bowl odds and props are an annual highlight for sports fans and bettors alike. At legal online sportsbooks in Connecticut, you can bet on virtually anything that happens in or alongside the Super Bowl.
All the classic NFL prop bets — passing yards, rushing yards, receiving yards, tackles, etc — are accounted for, along with special Super Bowl prop odds that only get posted for the Super Bowl, like the coin toss or the Gatorade shower.
This page has all of the latest Super Bowl odds plus a deep dive into the different ways to bet on the big game, claim Super Bowl betting bonuses, and more.
Live Super Bowl odds
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Which CT sportsbook has the best Super Bowl odds & props?
The Super Bowl attracts the most bets in the US every year. When every sportsbook knows that even non-bettors may place some bets, they go out of their way to facilitate it. This means special Super Bowl promotions and free contests, boosted odds, brand new bets just for the game and more.
There is a fair amount of overlap among the sportsbooks in Connecticut most of the time, including for the Super Bowl. At the same time, each book is distinct, with its own specialties and quirks, and each one is constantly striving to outshine its competitors. The Super Bowl is an opportunity for them to do just that, so there are some important differences, as well.
Here’s how Connecticut books stack up when it comes to Super Bowl promos.
There are a couple of areas where FanDuel CT stands out, and one is the software itself. In our opinion, the layout of both the online sportsbook and sportsbook app — not least the clean white-and-blue color palette — is a little easier to use than DraftKings’ black and green platform.
FanDuel also makes really effective use of collapsible menus. As a result, it feels easier to navigate around its Super Bowl page than at DraftKings. In addition, both sites have dedicated Super Bowl sections in their platforms well before the playoffs even begin.
There’s a lot of overlap here, although FanDuel is the only one that lets you forecast both the finalists and pick finalists plus a winner before the postseason even starts.
Here is a FanDuel promo from Super Bowl LV:
Any new members were able to jump on either the Chiefs or the Bucks at an incredible 55/1. There were terms and conditions, and you couldn’t simply cash out your winnings right away, but this was still an incredible offer — the kind that sportsbooks save especially for the Super Bowl. Expect similar offers during future Super Bowls.
DraftKings is arguably an overall slightly deeper betting experience compared with FanDuel or PlaySugarHouse. DraftKings CT normally shades its competitors in the range of player props on NFL games, with the lines sometimes coming out earlier, too.
What does this mean for the Super Bowl? It means an incredible array of prop bets, from the most popular options like the MVP and touchdown scorers to passing, rushing, tackles, assists, kicking, etc.
If you’re looking for the most ways to bet on various players’ Super Bowl performances, it’s probably at DraftKings. It also goes above and beyond with combo bets and in-game Super Bowl parlays. Take player touchdown bets, for example. Here are some of the main options:
- Any player to score first and either team to win.
- Anytime scorer plus winning team.
- A player to score a TD in one or both halves.
- Player to score two, three or more touchdowns.
- A player not to score.
And that’s ONLY for TDs.
DraftKings also provides a lot of extra info and stats, right on the site along with the betting lines. If you head to its Super Bowl section, you’ll find a fact file on previous Super Bowls, the conference standings, brackets and more. As we said, this sportsbook goes deep. DraftKings doesn’t mess around with Super Bowl promos, either, as you can see:
This kind of offer is as close to giving away free money as sportsbooks get.
PlaySugarHouse CT has a simple and easy-to-use betting platform among its advantages, along with fast access to live casino games — something that’s not really as much of a priority for its competitors.
In addition, PlaySugarHouse’s betting lines are right up there with the best in the US. Like DraftKings, it includes a stats tab with all its NFL bets, but it also has a very handy “tips” button that gives you short snippets of advice about upcoming games.
The sportsbook is also well known for its house specials section, where an impressive list of bets from a variety of sports receives boosted odds. You can be absolutely certain that the Super Bowl is going to get that boosted treatment, and chances are PlaySugarHouse will be the place to go for the best odds for a few choice Super Bowl bets.
It doesn’t neglect the promos, either, with $500 in bonus cash available for Super Bowl LV if you had bet $100.
What is the Super Bowl moneyline?
Moneyline bets on the Super Bowl work in exactly the same way as regular moneyline bets throughout the NFL season. In any game, a bet on the moneyline is simply a bet on which team will win. Let’s check out the moneyline odds for Super Bowl LV:
The team with negative moneyline odds is the favorite. In this case, the Kansas City Chiefs were favored going into the Super Bowl, even though we know how that worked out for them.
Odds of -175 mean that a bet of $175 would win $100 if it ended up being correct. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were the underdogs at +140, which means a bet of $100 won $140 when the Bucs won the game.
Remember that the Super Bowl moneyline will fluctuate in response to how the public bets, so shopping around for the best price is always a good idea. In fact, this applies to all Super Bowl betting.
Check out the feed above for the latest Super Bowl moneyline (when lines are available).
What is the Super Bowl point spread?
Betting on the NFL spread is the most popular way to bet. With point spreads, the sportsbook sets a line to make up for the difference in ability between the underdog and favorite: almost like a head start for the underdog. For this reason, the odds are usually similar for both sides of the bet, often starting at -110.
In the example above, for instance, the spread was 3.5 points. If you bet on the Bucs against the spread, they could still lose the game and you would win the bet — as long as they finished within three points of the Chiefs. If you bet the Chiefs against the spread, meanwhile, you needed them to win by four points or more to win your bet.
You can tell from the odds above that the line has probably moved in response to betting action, with the Bucs pushed out to -115 and the Chiefs at -106. It suggests people were favoring the Bucs against the spread, and the book improved the odds on the Chiefs to try to balance the action.
Check out the live odds above for the latest spread for this season’s Super Bowl.
What is the Super Bowl over/under?
Most people root for an exciting, high-scoring Super Bowl, and betting on the over/under lets you put some money on the overall scoring.
The sportsbook sets a line for the total number of points in the game, regardless of which team wins, and we can bet on whether we think it will be over or under that line. As with point spreads, the odds usually open at around -110 on both sides.
For Super Bowl LV, the total line was at 57.5. The game wound up finishing 31-9 in favor of Tampa, for a total of 40 points. That means anyone who bet the under won, while over bets lost.
Super Bowl prop bets
Search the prop odds feed below for any team or individual player in the game. Click on any odds to go to the sportsbook and get started.
We’ve already touched on this subject, but let’s reiterate: the Super Bowl is an absolute prop betting magnet. These days, sportsbooks usually have lots of props available, even on midseason NFL games. In fact, you can check out our guide to NFL props right here.
These options multiply when it comes to the Super Bowl. You can more or less bet on anything significant involving a specific player’s performance or significant stats for either team. Below is a list of some of the most popular prop bets for the Super Bowl:
Super Bowl player props
- Passing yards
- Rushing yards
- Receiving yards
- Passing touchdowns
- Rushing touchdowns
- Anytime touchdowns
- First touchdown
- Last touchdown
- Two-plus touchdowns
- Kicking points
- Field goals
Super Bowl team props
- Correct score
- First drive result
- Team to score first
- Last team to score
- Team to score first and win
- First scoring play in the game (touchdown, field goal, etc.)
- Team to score first and lose
- Home team — first scoring play
- Away team — first scoring play
- The first team to 5/10/15/25 points
- First/second/third/fourth quarter props
- Team passing/rushing/receiving yards
- First/second half props
- Team tackles/sacks/completions/field goals, etc.
- Winning margin
- Largest lead
- Odd/even score
However, as much as it’s great to have so many ways to bet on the game, for many people, the most interesting Super Bowl props actually have little to do with what happens on the field.
For instance, legal sportsbooks may allow you to bet on the color of the Gatorade bath for the winning coach, which team will win the coin toss or even whether the person to call the coin toss will get it right. Exotic and novel prop bets have become a staple of the Super Bowl, and they are a refreshing contrast to all those other props that get deep into the statistical weeds.
Betting on the Super Bowl MVP
This is unsurprisingly one of the most popular prop bets every year. In fact, you can start betting on the Super Bowl MVP at any point during the season, before you even know which players will be taking the field.
This bet tends to have its own section in Connecticut sportsbooks, and you can get some pretty juicy odds if you feel like taking a punt early in the postseason.
They say styles make fights, and picking the MVP of the Super Bowl is as much about predicting what kind of game is in store as it is simply identifying the best players on the gridiron. Here’s an example of a midseason Super Bowl MVP betting line:
Super Bowl TD props
As we’ve mentioned, there are a variety of ways to bet on how specific players perform in the Super Bowl, and touchdown props are always one of the most popular options. There can be hundreds of ways to bet on TDs in the Super Bowl.
They range from extremely simple — like whether player X will score a touchdown — to fairly convoluted, like picking the player to score the first touchdown and combining it with picking the winner of the game. Below are some potential TD props during the Super Bowl:
- Anytime TD scorer
- First TD scorer
- Last TD scorer
- First TD in second/third/fourth quarter
- Last TD in second/third/fourth quarter
- To score in first/second half
- Over/under first TD yards
- To score TD in both halves
- Over/under last TD yards
- To score two/three/more TDs
- Player to score + home win
- Type of TD (rushing, receiving, etc.)
- Player to score + road win
Best Super Bowl odds boosts and promos
Once Super Bowl season arrives, sportsbooks go into overdrive with bonuses and promotions. You’ll find some of the best offers of the year on the big game, as each of the books competes to attract new bettors.
Remember that when claiming any type of bonus, it’s vital to carefully read the terms and conditions and to fully understand how the offer works. This will help avoid any unwanted surprises down the line. Below are some of the Super Bowl bonuses you’ll come across at CT sportsbooks:
- Odds boosts: Receive enhanced potential returns on select bets.
- Bet insurance: Get your stake back up to a certain amount if your bet loses.
- Parlay insurance: A refund up to a certain amount if you miss one leg of a parlay.
- Special props: As we’ve mentioned already, the books will put together special prop bets that aren’t on the regular menu.
- Super Bowl parlays: They’ll also craft parlays and enhance the odds, such as a side to win and a player to score.
- Crossovers: Bets that tie together the Super Bowl and another sporting event, such as an NBA or NHL game.
- Super Bowl welcome bonuses: Free bets or enhanced deposits if you create an account to bet on the Super Bowl.
- Free to play: Games where you can win real money prizes without laying out any cash.
On that last point, some sportsbooks will create contests with huge prize pools, open to all members and free to play in. Check out the events from two of the biggest books for Super Bowl LV:
- DraftKings Super Bowl Squares: Total prize pool of $55,000.
- FanDuel Big Game Bingo: Compete for a share of the $100k prize pool.
Super Bowl parlays
Super Bowl parlays work just the same as parlays during the regular season. You can combine your Super Bowl bets with bets on other sports, like the NBA or NHL. Or you can create parlays using multiple bets on the Super Bowl, like betting the Chiefs to win and Patrick Mahomes to win the MVP.
These types of bets are same-game parlays, and each of the sportsbooks in Connecticut has created its own tools to help you build them, as well as coming up with suggested options.
The payout on parlays works by multiplying the odds of each of the individual bets together, so the more legs you choose, the more you stand to win. However, if just one leg lets you down, you lose the whole bet.
You also normally have the option to cash out of your parlay for a reduced payout, if it looks like you might win your bets but don’t want to risk watching the game play out.
What is the Super Bowl alternate line?
Alternate lines involve changing the point spread in one direction or the other and accepting a corresponding change in odds. As an example, let’s check out the same example line from earlier, on Super Bowl LV:
Here, the spread is 3.5 points. Say you wanted to bet on the Bucs with just a little extra breathing room. You could push them out to +4.5 points in order to bet on them at something like -130. You could do the same for the Chiefs, or give away points if you want better odds.
Sportsbooks normally have all kinds of alternate lines for the Super Bowl, so you can effectively find whatever point spread you like. It doesn’t mean you’re going to like the odds, though!
Live betting odds on the Super Bowl
Live betting means that you can keep betting during the game. You’ll have lots of the same betting options available — like moneylines, spreads and totals — but also a range of props that only kick in once the game begins.
As with a regular NFL game, the live betting odds on the Super Bowl can change rapidly in response to what’s happening on the field. Does the quarterback get sacked leading to a conceded touchdown? Watch that moneyline swing.
Betting live is all about keeping your nerve and picking your moment, and with millions of dollars in live bets pouring in while the game is happening, there are always edges to find.
If you prefer not to bet while actually watching the game, you can always check in between quarters or at halftime. In fact, betting by half or by quarter are popular ways to bet on the Super Bowl live.
There are also brand new betting options that only appear mid-game. Examples include a whole range of “Next” bets: next play, next player to score a TD, next flag and much more. Live betting on the Super Bowl is its own niche.
What are the Vegas Super Bowl odds?
When people talk about Vegas odds, they historically were referring to the actual betting lines available in Las Vegas. For decades, Nevada was the only state in the US where you could legally place a bet at a regulated sportsbook, and the influence of Vegas odds spread far and wide.
However, since the US Supreme Court overturned the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act in 2018, an ever-increasing number of states have moved to legalize sports betting. While Vegas is still the betting epicenter of the US, the odds you’ll find in the city of sin no longer carry quite the same weight as they once did.
With huge betting markets developing in the likes of New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Connecticut (to name just a few), the landscape is becoming less susceptible to distortion from the odds at Vegas sportsbooks.
That said, by all means, you should check out the Vegas Super Bowl odds. Line shopping and research are a key part of sports betting, and any information you can glean from observing how the odds in Vegas move can stand you in good stead.
Super Bowl 2023: time, date and where to watch (TV & online)
The Super Bowl gets underway at 6:30 p.m. on the East Coast and generally finishes after 10 p.m. The halftime show generally falls sometime in the 8-9 p.m. window and can last between 20 and 30 minutes. Check out our fact file below for more details on Super Bowl LVII:
- Gameday: Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023
- Teams: TBD
- Game time: Kickoff is 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT
- Stadium: State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona
- Network: FOX
- Network streaming: FOXsports.com and the FOX Sports app via phone, tablet and connected TV devices (Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV and Chromecast)
- Streaming services (varies by market): DirecTV Now, FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV