Even people who usually don’t get involved in any type of sports betting will make a bet on Super Bowl action. Superbowl betting is the biggest event of the year and everyone wants to be involved.
Superbowl betting normally gives you two weeks to place your wager since the Super Bowl is usually played two weeks after the AFC and NFC Championship games. The extra week is used for media hype and to build up the game even more. As you look to bet on Super Bowl action when should you place your wager? Should you make it just after the Superbowl betting line is released or should you wait until gameday? The answer to that question depends upon what you are going to do when you bet on Super Bowl odds. If you like the favorite in Superbowl betting you should probably place your wager early. If you like the underdog in Superbowl betting you might want to wait until closer to gameday. There is one exception to that rule and that is with the money line. If you are going to get involved in Superbowl betting in terms of the money line and you like the underdog you better get that wager in immediately. The one time the public will pound the underdog on the money line in football betting is when they bet on Super Bowl. If you are one of the rare people that will bet the favorite on the money line in the Super Bowl then wait until just before kickoff. In last year’s Superbowl betting the theory on the money line worked as the public pounded the underdog Giants and the money line continued to go lower.
If you are looking at the Superbowl betting total then you probably want to bet the over early and the under late in the week. Normally bettors will take the over in Superbowl betting which means the total is likely to drift higher before gameday.
As you get ready to bet on Superbowl action, remember to look at all of your Superbowl betting options at the online sportsbook.
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