The most fun you can have betting on the Super Bowl is getting action on some of the wild and wacky prop bets that online sportsbooks offer for the big game. You can find props for anything from the length of the national anthem, to the color of the winning teams gatorade shower and everything in between. These types of prop bets really add to the excitement of the Super Bowl and make for some very interesting viewing.
In this article I will outline a few examples of the common prop bets you can place on the game and then also get into the fun, wacky, novelty props on offer at the end. I will also provide you with a very basic 3 step guide to getting your bets in on these props online in time for Super Bowl 56.
All of the props I’m looking at below are taken from BetOnline.ag.
Super Bowl Prop Bets – Game Focused
Super Bowl 56 MVP
If the Rams win the Super Bowl, it is expected that Matthew Stafford will likely win the MVP Award. If the Bengals win then it’s most likely that Joe Burrow the honor. That said, a few big plays from one of the other players on either team and the MVP could be given to someone other than the winning teams quarterback. I think Joe Mixon at +3300 is an interesting play. If Mixon is able to have a big game with multiple touchdowns en route to a Bengals upset victory, then I think he could get the nod.
Super Bowl Prop Bets – Fun Novelty Props
Ok, that’s enough of the normal football related prop bets. To see a full list head over to BetOnline.ag. There is an absolutely monster selection of Super Bowl prop bets where you can basically bet on any statistic from the game.
Here are some of my favorite novelty props for the game:
Time To Sing National Anthem
- Over 95 seconds -130
- Under 95 seconds -110
Mickey Guyton is singing the National Anthem this year. She’s a country singer from Texas. I was very surprised when I saw this over/under for the Anthem length because it seems very low when compared to the length of the National Anthem in past years. Last year the duo of Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church had a rendition that lasted two minutes and 17 seconds (137 seconds). Yes, that was a duo, so they likely took longer than a single singer, but you would have to go all the way back to Super Bowl 46 a decade ago to find a rendition shorter than 95 seconds (Kelly Clarkson finished in 94 seconds). The most recent country singer, Luke Bryan, had a rendition that lasted 2 minutes and 4 seconds. I like the over here.
Who will the MVP Refer to 1st
- Teammates -125
- God/Religion +225
- Family +700
- Winning City/Fans +750
- Coaches +9000
- Team Owner +2000
This is always a popular prop as well, and you can usually get some insight based on which players are most likely to win the award. I think teammates is the most likely reference regardless of who wins the Super Bowl this year, so I think the odds accurately reflect that likelihood.
First Anheuser-Busch brand commercial shown during the game?
- Budweiser +170
- Bud Light Next +200
- Michelob Ultra +400
- Cutwater Spirits +450
- Bud Light Seltzer Hard Soda +600
- Michelob Ultra Organic Seltzer +700
The commercials are always a hot topic during the Super Bowl, and Anheuser-Busch is a company that goes big during the Big Game. This is a fun prop bet that seems to be offered every year.
There are a wide variety of commercial prop bets at BetOnline.ag. Open the ‘Super Bowl Props’ drop down menu and select ‘Commercial Specials’ to see the full list.
First headlining artist to be shown during halftime?
- 2 or more artists simultaneously +175
- Snoop Dogg +275
- Dr. Dre +325
- Eminem +375
- Mary J. Blige +500
- Kendrick Lamar +500
The half-time show is going to be an absolutely star-studded affair. I like Snoop Dogg to open the show at odds of +275.
There are a huge selection of halftime specials props available at BetOnline.
Joe Burrows 1st Passing Attempt
- Complete -225
- Incomplete +200
- Interception +1200
The Burrows props will be popular. The 2-1 odds on an incomplete pass look pretty juicy to me.
What color will the liquid be that is poured on the winning coach?
- Orange +240
- Clear +300
- None +450
- Blue +500
- Yellow/Green/Lime +500
- Red/Pink +850
- Purple +1000
This is a very popular Super Bowl prop. I always go with water on this prop because if the players have any decency they won’t get their coach all sticky for the trophy ceremony. Last year the liquid was blue for the Bucs victory, but Orange is the most popular color having been used 5 times in the 21 years that the gatorade bath has been recorded. I’m sticking with clear at odds of 3-1.
As you can see the prop bets can get pretty outrageous. There are several other Eminem, Snoop Dog, Mary J Blige and NFT props that you can bet on as well. Check out BetOnline.ag for the full list.
How To Bet On The Super Bowl Props Online
Now that you have an idea of some of the prop bets you can wager on for the Super Bowl, here’s a quick 3 step guide to get you started at an online betting site that takes these bets.
Step 1. Open a BetOnline.ag Account
All of the betting lines above were taken from BetOnline.ag, which is one of the most popular sportsbook for American bettors. They have fully customized their sportsbook to cater to the needs of Americans. This comes through in the bet offerings, deposit/withdrawal options, and customer service.
***If you aren’t from the USA then I suggest Bet365.com.
Step 2. Make a Deposit
Next you’ll need to make your first deposit in order to have some funds with which to bet on the Super Bowl. BetOnline accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Neteller, Skrill, bitcoin and other cryptocurrency deposits.
Use promo code BOL1000 to receive a first deposit bonus equal to 50% of your initial deposit, up to a maximum of $1000.
Step 3. Place Your Super Bowl 56 Prop Bets
Once on the BetOnline website click on ‘Sports’ from the top menu bar and open the ‘Football’ drop down menu in the sidebar. Then open the ‘Super Bowl Props’ drop down menu to find the full list of prop betting categories for the Suepr Bowl such as ‘Commercial Specials’, ‘Halftime Specials’, ‘Kicking Props’, ‘Specials’ and more.
Overall, there are hundreds of prop bets to wager on.
That should be it. Click here to visit BetOnline.ag and get started.
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