Super Bowl LV Betting Guide – What to Consider and Prepare For

Super Bowl LV Betting Guide – What to Consider for February 7, 2021

January 26th, 2021 NFL Football, Sports Betting

Above all, the Super Bowl is the biggest day in sports gambling. Even non-football fans will make big Super Bowl bets. Super Sunday hauls in the biggest one-day handle of the entire year. And the days leading up to the game are a wagering boon too. With that comes an enhanced betting option buffet. Among the most famous Super Bowl “prop” bets are heads or tails for the opening coin toss. On this occasion, we’re going to look at the various options available. You’ll find that the possibilities are endless. The key is not to get overextended.

Super Bowl LV Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers Betting Information

Date and Time:Sunday, February 7, 2021, 6:30 p.m. ET
Location:Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
Chiefs at Buccaneers TV Coverage:CBS
Chiefs vs. Buccaneers Odds at SBG Sportsbook:
Chiefs-3 (-115)56 (-105)-165
Buccaneers+3 (-105)56 (-115)+144
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Super Bowl LV SBG Odds Overview

Cause of their defending champion status, the Chiefs are favored. Kansas City became too popular with the masses this season. As a result, their sports betting value precipitously declined. But the AFC championship game showed the danger of stepping into Kansas City. Tom Brady epitomizes casual fanboy money. Casual and non-football fans will plunk down cash on any Brady team.

Traditional Side Betting

Super Bowl side betting remains the most common form. Accordingly, gamblers can take the Chiefs -3 points or the Buccaneers at +3 points.

Money Line Betting

Fans wanting to pick the straight-up winner prefer the money line. Kansas City backers can bet $170 to win $100. Counter to that is a $100 bet on Tampa Bay to win $150. Should Kansas City win, 21-20, the money line bet would win. However, a KC point spread wager would lose. The opposite would hold for the Bucs in this example. They would cover a 21-20 loss as 3-point dogs. But they would lose the money line bet.

Over/Under Totals Betting

Fashion that wagering on the total pertains to the final combined score. Opening odds have the total at 56.5. The winner of the game is irrelevant. A final score of 31-27 would be a combined total of 58. That means over the total pays. But a final score of 28-27 would be a combined score of 55. Meaning under the total wins the bet.

Betting on Halves

Extending the fun with Super Bowl betting lines is betting on halves. You can bet on the first and or second halves of the Super Bowl. Or bet on both, for that matter. There are point spreads and money lines available for each half. If you bet on one half, the other half of the game is irrelevant in deciding the wager.

Live In-Game Betting

In comparison, live in-game betting is the most exciting. Live betting means that you bet throughout the game on lines continuously updated as the game progresses.

Proposition Betting

On the whole, “prop” betting ranges from the opening coin toss to which team will score first or last. Additionally, you can bet on how many yards or touchdowns each quarterback will throw. Total yards and touchdowns for receivers and rushers are standard options too. But there is so much more to Super Bowl Props. The list is length and fun!

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