Super Bowl LV Opening Odds: Early Look At Spread, Moneyline, Total

Written By Matt Burke on January 27, 2021
Super Bowl odds line spread moneyline total over under Tampa Bay Buccaneers

In less than two weeks we will be crowning the Super Bowl LV champion in Tampa Bay. There will be an abundance of wagering going on between now and Feb. 7, with the usual Super Bowl props like “coin toss winner” and “length of the National Anthem” about to be available at top US sportsbooks. Of course, the most popular bets for each year’s Super Bowl involves the traditional spread, moneyline and total for the game.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers punched their ticket to Super Bowl 55 with a 31-26 victory over the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Sunday. With that victory, the Bucs will become the first team in NFL history to play a Super Bowl in their home stadium. It will also be Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady’s 10th trip to the big game. The Buccaneers are 2-1 in the postseason so far Against The Spread (ATS) and were 9-7 ATS in the regular season.

The Kansas City Chiefs advanced to the Super Bowl via their 38-24 victory over the Buffalo Bills in the AFC title game. Kansas City will be looking to become the first back-to-back Super Bowl champs since the 2003-04 Patriots.

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Super Bowl LV odds

The Kansas City Chiefs opened as -3 or -3.5-point favorites over the Buccaneers at most US-facing sportsbooks. Here’s a look at the odds as of Sunday night.


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Why bet on the Super Bowl early?

Betting on the Super Bowl nearly two weeks in advance can be beneficial. If you get ahead of the betting public, you can capitalize on the original number the oddsmakers set.

For instance, say the Buccaneers are 3-point underdogs against the Chiefs. If the spread moves closer to a Chiefs -2 or Chiefs -1, that will certainly be significant come the day of the game. One or two points can mean a world of difference when wagering on pro football spreads.

Of course there is also risk involved in betting on a game more than 10 days in advance. A lot can change over the course of two weeks, including key players possibly being ruled out of the Super Bowl. This is an even greater concern this season considering the late scratches there have been due to positive COVID-19 cases.

Super Bowl lookahead line

Sportsbooks had lines posted for individual Super Bowl matchups ahead of Sunday’s championship games. Here is a look at where things stood on Championship Sunday just prior to kickoff of the first game (NFC title game between Packers and Buccaneers).

Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Buffalo BillsBills -1Bills -116, Buccaneers -102
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Kansas City ChiefsChiefs -3Chiefs -154, Buccaneers +130
Green Bay Packers vs Buffalo BillsPackers -2.5Packers -130, Bills +110
Green Bay Packers vs Kansas City ChiefsChiefs -2.5Chiefs -136, Packers +116
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Matt Burke is the Sports Editor and Head of Evergreen/SEO Content at He is the Founder and former Editor-in-Chief of MetroBet, a digital and print sports betting platform, and was the Executive Sports Editor at Metro US Newspapers (New York, Philadelphia, Boston) from 2014-2020. Matt has covered Super Bowls and Final Fours, and his work has appeared for Sports Illustrated, CBS Sports, the Eagle Tribune, Gloucester Daily Times and Newburyport Daily News. Matt is a graduate of the University of Connecticut.

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