A beginner’s guide to Super Bowl betting
The NFL Super Bowl is the biggest and most-watched game of the entire year. Over 100 million people are expected to tune into the big game, and with sports betting increasing in popularity, I bet many of those viewers will have some action on the game.
The Super Bowl and gambling go together like Oreos and milk. Sports betters of all levels can partake in fun. Bettors can bet on anything from the opening coin toss to player props. The Super Bowl prop markets offer a crazy amount of different props/bets; you can even bet on the color of the Gatorade. How great is that?!
Below we will show you how to wager on this year’s Super Bowl, complete with information and tips, so you can make the most educated bets and picks to help you win some money.
Super Bowl LVII Highlights
February 12, 2023
State Farm Stadium (Gendale, Arizona)
National Anthem: Chris Stapleton
Halftime Show: Rihanna
How To Bet On The Super Bowl
As sports betting becomes legal and more popular, more people will bet on the Super Bowl. Last year, an estimated 31.4 million Americans bet on Super Bowl LVI, a 35% increase from 2021.
There are plenty of ways you can bet on the big game. Types of bets include
- Against The Spread
- Total Points