One of the reasons that Super Bowl betting is so popular is that there are so many different ways to bet the game. Let's take a look.
Bet on Super Bowl Pointspreads are still the most common way to make Super Bowl betting picks as you either lay points on the favorite or take points on the dog. The pointspread is one of the most discussed topics during the week leading up to the game by gamblers that bet on Super Bowl games.
Over/unders are where you can bet on Super Bowl and make Super Bowl betting picks on the combined score of the game going over or under a set number posted by the oddsmakers.
If you don’t want to worry about the pointspread when you bet on Super Bowl action you might want to consider the Money line. This is where you are laying money on the favorite or getting plus money on the underdog. Taking the underdog when you bet on Super Bowl games has become very popular in recent years.
Also gaining popularity among gamblers that bet on Super Bowl lines is First Half and Halftime wagering. Many of the same options exist with these wagers including pointspreads, over/unders, and sometimes the money line.
Many gamblers will only bet on Super Bowl Props when they get involved in Super Bowl betting. You can make Super Bowl picks on the opening coin toss, which player will score first, how many yards a player will gain/make, turnovers, penalties, and a multitude of other options.
Another option that many people forget about when they bet on Super Bowl games is the Parlay. You can combine your pointspread and over/under bet on Super Bowl picks into one bet called a parlay. You can sometimes also bet a Teaser but if you play a teaser you are hoping the game is close, so that both pointspread sides win with the added points on your bet on Super Bowl teaser.
Open a New Account and bet on the 2009 Super Bowl at SBG Global!