Super Bowl Prop Bets

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The Big Game is a betting extravaganza as you can bet on thousands of different markets. Super Bowl props are one of the most popular forms of wagering for the Big Game. Find a full 49ers and Chiefs prop bets guide as well as odds and lines for the most popular props for Super Bowl LVIII. Search for player props, game props, team props, and exotic prop bets below.

Super Bowl props

There are more than just standard Super Bowl odds to bet on for the Big Game in Las Vegas. Proposition bets are games within the Super Bowl itself and allow fans and bettors to wager on specific events other than the outcome of the game. That includes the opening coin toss or popular player props during the Super Bowl, like the over/under quarterback passing yards, running back rushing yards, or how many touchdowns a player will score and which player will score the first touchdown of the game.

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Super Bowl prop bets

If you already have an idea of what you want to wager on, then search for a player or team below, and we’ll direct you to the best betting odds. Simply type in the player or team name you want in the search bar, and you will be presented with odds for that prop bet from all sportsbooks available in your state.

Super Bowl game props

There are a plethora of Super Bowl game props available right now at top NFL betting sites. Super Bowl game prop bets are wagers regarding something that transpires during the game itself. In the 60 minutes of Super Bowl game action, every play carries some sort of prop betting weight.

Here are some examples of Super Bowl game props.

Will there be overtime?

First score method: How will the first points be scored?

First offensive play of the game

Last play of game to be QB kneel?

Which team will enter the Red Zone first?

Super Bowl Player Props

Betting on Super Bowl Player Props is extremely popular this time of year. The most popular kind of Super Bowl player prop is an over under bet on a particular stat. For example, Patrick Mahomes’ Super Bowl passing yardage total has been set at 291.5 yards at several sportsbooks. Here you would bet whether or not Mahomes would throw for more than 291.5 yards (the Over) or less than 291.5 yards (the Under).

Quarterback props

Quarterback props for Super Bowl LVIII have been posted by sportsbooks. View prop bets for Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and 49ers QB Brock Purdy below.

Running Back props

Running back props for Super Bowl 58 are also available to bet on at top books. 49ers RB Christian McCaffrey and Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco are two of the top running backs being wagered on.

Wide Receiver and Tight End Props

Wide Receiver and TE Super Bowl props are available at sportsbooks like DraftKings, Caesars and BetMGM. Find lines for the likes of Travis Kelce, Deebo Samuel, Brandon Aiyuk and more below.

Super Bowl Player Props Checklist

Check out more player props for the Super Bowl with our checklist below.

San Francisco 49ers Props

QB Brock Purdy

  • To Win Super Bowl MVP:
  • Passing yards:
  • Passing touchdowns:
  • Interceptions thrown:
  • Passing and rushing yards:
  • Passing attempts:
  • Rushing yards:
  • Passing completions:
  • Longest completion:
  • Longest rush:
  • To score a touchdown:
  • To score 2+ touchdowns:
  • To score last touchdown:

RB Christian McCaffrey

  • Rushing yards:
  • Receiving yards:
  • Rushing and receiving yards:
  • Longest rush:
  • To win Super Bowl MVP:
  • To score a touchdown:
  • To score 2+ touchdowns:
  • To score 3+ touchdowns
  • To score the first touchdown:
  • To score a first half touchdown
  • To score a second half touchdown
  • To score last touchdown:

WR Deebo Samuel

  • Receiving yards:
  • Receptions:
  • Longest reception:
  • To win Super Bowl MVP:
  • To score a touchdown
  • To score first touchdown
  • To score 2+ touchdowns
  • To score 3+ touchdowns
  • To score last touchdown:
  • To score first half touchdown:
  • To score second half touchdown:

WR Brandon Aiyuk

  • Receiving yards:
  • Receptions:
  • Longest reception:
  • To win Super Bowl MVP
  • To score a touchdown
  • To score first touchdown
  • To score 2+ touchdowns
  • To score 3+ touchdowns
  • To score last touchdown:
  • To score first half touchdown:
  • To score second half touchdown:

Kansas City Chiefs Props

QB Patrick Mahomes

  • To Win Super Bowl MVP:
  • Passing yards:
  • Passing touchdowns:
  • Interceptions thrown:
  • Passing and rushing yards:
  • Passing attempts:
  • Rushing yards:
  • Passing completions:
  • Longest completion:
  • Longest rush:
  • To score a touchdown:
  • To score 2+ touchdowns:
  • To score last touchdown:

RB Isiah Pacheco

  • Rushing yards:
  • Receiving yards:
  • Rushing and receiving yards:
  • Longest rush:
  • To win Super Bowl MVP:
  • To score a touchdown:
  • To score 2+ touchdowns:
  • To score 3+ touchdowns
  • To score the first touchdown:
  • To score a first half touchdown
  • To score a second half touchdown
  • To score last touchdown:

TE Travis Kelce

  • Receiving yards:
  • Receptions:
  • Longest reception:
  • To win Super Bowl MVP:
  • To score a touchdown
  • To score first touchdown
  • To score 2+ touchdowns
  • To score last touchdown:
  • To score first half touchdown:
  • To score second half touchdown:

WR Kadarius Toney

  • To win Super Bowl MVP:
  • To score a touchdown
  • To score first touchdown
  • To score 2+ touchdowns
  • To score last touchdown:
  • To score first half touchdown:
  • To score second half touchdown:

WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling

  • Receiving yards:
  • Receptions:
  • Longest reception:
  • To win Super Bowl MVP:
  • To score a touchdown:
  • To score first touchdown:
  • To score 2+ touchdowns:
  • To score last touchdown:
  • To score first half touchdown:
  • To score second half touchdown:

Super Bowl exotic prop bets

Super Bowl exotic props, sometimes called Novelty Props, are prop bets you won’t typically find for a random NFL Week 5 game. With the Super Bowl being the top sports betting extravaganza of the year, you can find plenty of whacky props. Some sites, like FanDuel Ontario, have Super Bowl prop bets like “Which song will Rihanna sing first at halftime?” and “Will there be a power outage?”

Some of the staples of exotic Super Bowl prop bets in the US over the years are the following:

Coin toss props

Super Bowl Coin Toss odds are the equivalent of betting red or black at the roulette table. It’s literally a “flip a coin” bet.

National Anthem prop

Betting on the National Anthem during the Super Bowl is as American as … well, the National Anthem. Reba McEntire is doing the honors for Super Bowl 58 and the over under is set at 1 minute and 30.5 seconds.

Gatorade color prop

The winning coach in the Super Bowl almost always gets a Gatorade bath at the end of the game. One of the top Super Bowl prop bets over the years has become, “What Gatorade color will the winning coach be doused with?” Orange, which is the official color of the Gatorade brand, has appeared more times than any other since 2001 (5 times).

Super Bowl halftime show props

Hip-hop star Usher will be featured during this year’s Super Bowl and there are will be plenty of prop bets surrounding his performance when we get closer to game time.

Tips for Super Bowl Prop Bets

Our betting tips for Super Bowl prop bets begin and end with doing your homework. If money is at stake you will want to be an informed bettor. When looking at Super Bowl player props bets for players on offense you will want to look at defensive statistics for the opposite team and game logs from the player you are considering betting on. There are plenty of advanced NFL stats available to look at in your research nowadays. Check out the advanced stats from Next Gen Stats and Pro Football Reference, for example, to get a potential edge.

Some of these Super Bowl props are downright silly, meanwhile, but research always helps when wagering on sports (or sports halftime shows). Consider the Gatorade color prop bet. The color “Red,” despite being one of the top Gatorade sellers each year, has not appeared in over 20 years. Jersey color often comes into play with which Gatorade color each team chooses to put in their buckets. So “Red” could represent value despite the drought.

FAQ

What is a Super Bowl prop bet?

A Super Bowl prop bet is a non-traditional wager on the NFL championship game. Player prop bets, team prop bets and exotic props are always featured ahead of the Big Game.

How many Super Bowl prop bets are there?

There are hundreds of Super Bowl prop bets available at top sportsbooks like DraftKings, Caesars and BetMGM in the days leading up to the game.

Can I put Super Bowl prop bets in a parlay?

Most sportsbooks will allow you to put Super Bowl prop bets in a parlay but be sure to check each book’s house rules before attempting to place this kind of bet.

What if the player I placed a prop bet wager on is injured during the Super Bowl?

If a player you placed a prop bet wager on is injured during the Super Bowl the bet will typically stand and you will be out of luck. In rare cases, sportsbooks may forgive a bet that is impacted by injury.

Can I bet on the Super Bowl National Anthem and Gatorade color props?

Most legal sportsbooks in the US do not offer straight-up Super Bowl National Anthem over under odds. Gatorade color odds have been available at sites like BetMGM and FanDuel in recent years, however.