Super Bowl 58 Odds
The current favorites to win the Super Bowl are the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles, listed at +600 and +650, respectively. Outside of picking the winner, the best thing you can do when deciding what team to place a Super Bowl futures bet on is to ensure you get the best possible Super Bowl odds.
Checking multiple books, shopping around for the best price, and taking advantage of Massachusetts sports betting promos are the keys to ensuring you get the best possible odds.
Where is Super Bowl LVIII?
Super Bowl LVIII (58) will take place at the home of the Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium. It will be the first time the Stadium, which opened July 2020, has hosted the game.
When is the Super Bowl?
The 2024 Super Bowl will occur on Sunday, February 11th, 2024 with kickoff taking place at 6:30 p.m. ET. That is the same time that the Big Game has regularly taken place.
Best Super Bowl Betting Apps and Sites
As previously stated, the best place to bet on the Super Bowl is wherever you can get the best Super Bowl odds for the team you want to bet on.
Checking as many, if not all, Massachusetts sports betting apps is the best way to ensure you get the best possible Super Bowl odds. Apps to check for Super Bowl odds and promos include DraftKings, Fanduel, BETMGM, Caesars, and WynnBet.
BetMGM Massachusetts offers up to $1,000 back in bonus bets on your first wager to new customers. You can bet as little as $10, but whatever your first bet is, you will get the amount back in bonus bets if it loses.
Caesars Sportsbook Massachusetts
Caesars Sportsbook Massachusetts offers a similar new user bonus; however, Caesars' maximum amount back as a bonus bet is $1250.
WynnBet Massachusetts offers something different when it comes to new user promos. For new users, once you make a qualifying bet of at least $20, you will receive $150 in bet credit.
Fanduel Massachusetts offers new users up to $1000 risk-free on their first bet. You'll be given the wagered amount back in bonus bets if your bet loses.
DraftKings Massachusetts offers new users $150 in bet credit for the least risk; a first bet of just $5 will reward you with the bet credit.
AFC Favorites to Win Super Bowl LVIII
This year presents some familiar faces atop the AFC for Super Bowl odds. Each of the top three teams in AFC Super Bowl odds have been to the divisional round in the last two years. The AFC has won three of the previous five Super Bowls but still trails the NFC by two in the all-time series at 29-27.
Here are the AFC Favorites for Super Bowl 58.
Kansas City Chiefs (+600)
The defending Super Bowl Champion Kansas City Chiefs lead the AFC in this year's Super Bowl odds at +600. However, this year may be more difficult as they'll be without offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy, who has been a massive part of their success since his arrival in 2018.
Buffalo Bills (+900)
Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills are the second favorite in the AFC to win Super Bowl 58 at +900 odds. The Bills have made the playoffs every year since 2019 but are still searching for their Super Bowl appearance since 1993.
Cincinnati Bengals (+1100)
The Bengals find themselves third in terms of Super Bowl odds from the AFC at +1100 despite being firmly between the Chiefs and Bills regarding recent success. Most of the current Chiefs team has been to the Super Bowl multiple times and won numerous times. The Joe Burrow-led Bengals appeared in 2022 but lost to the Rams, and the Buffalo Bills are still trying to take that next step.
NFC Favorites to Win Super Bowl LVIII
After a two-year run of NFC Champions claiming the Lombardi trophy, the streak finally ended last year. The NFC will look to get back into the win column and extend their lead in the all-time series this year, currently at 29-27.
Here are the NFC favorites for Super Bowl 58.
Philadelphia Eagles (+650)
Just as in the AFC, the reigning NFC champion Philadelphia Eagles are the favorite to win it all from their conference. However, the Eagles saw a significant departure in the offseason. Releases included the offensive coordinator, defensive coordinator, starting running back, and five total defensive starters, including the league leader in interceptions.
The good news is the Eagles have solid depth on defense and traded for RB D'Andre Swift. So, while some faces may be different, Philadelphia is still a strong contender to return to the Big Game in back-to-back years.
San Francisco 49ers (+1000)
Kyle Shanahan has led the 49ers to at least the NFC Championship in three of the last four seasons, mainly due to the team's depth at nearly every position.
Facing multiple key position injuries has been an occurrence for Shanahan almost every year, and every year, the 49ers seem to have someone ready to step right in and maintain production until last year in the Conference championship. Against the Eagles, the 49ers QB Brock Purdy left the game with an Injury, then his replacement Josh Johnson left the game with a head injury. The 49ers have the talent to be Super Bowl Champions if they can stay healthy.
Dallas Cowboys (+1400)
The Dallas Cowboys have been consistently one of the best teams in the NFL since Dak Prescott arrived, going 61-36 in his starts.
However, the NFL playoffs have been a different story for the Cowboys, dating back to long before Dak. Dallas has yet to make it past the Divisional round since 1995; the talent is there, but figuring out how to succeed in the playoffs remains the Cowboy's biggest challenge.
Betting on the Super Bowl
The Super Bowl is one of the best sporting events year after year. As a result, the type of bets offered for the game by Massachusetts sportsbooks is far beyond your standard NFL game.
Futures Betting on the Super Bowl
One of the most common ways to bet on the Super Bowl is through future bets. A Super Bowl future is a bet on a team to win the Big Game in the future. Odds open as soon as the previous season ends and fluctuate the entire year right up until the Super Bowl.
Catching teams at their best number is the goal with futures betting, whether that means getting them before the season starts, during a slump, or when another team faces a key injury.
Super Bowl Moneylines
Betting on Super Bowl moneyline strictly means betting on which team will win the game. Moneylines are set once the matchup is confirmed and can move until the game kicks off. A negative moneyline indicates the favorite and how much you would have to bet to win $100, while a positive moneyline indicates the underdog and how much you would win if you bet $100. The further from 100 either team is indicates how big of a favorite or underdog they are.
Last year was a great example of that line movement as the Chiefs initially opened as high as a -150 favorite on the moneyline at some sportsbooks but almost immediately became the underdog. The Chiefs were +100 at most places by the time the game started.
Super Bowl Prop Bets
As stated earlier, because the Super Bowl is such a high-profile game, the number of betting options far exceeds that of a regular game. In some cases, these types of prop bets are only available for the Super Bowl.
- National Anthem: A bet on if the national anthem will be shorter or longer than the listed time.
- Coin Toss: A bet on if the coin toss to determine possession will be heads or tails.
- Super Bowl MVP: A bet on who will be selected as MVP of the Super Bowl.
- Passing Touchdowns: A bet on if the selected quarterback will throw or more or less than the number of listed passing touchdowns.
- Passing Yards: A bet on whether a selected QB will pass for more or less than his listed total passing yards.
- Rushing Touchdowns: A bet on whether a selected player will have more or less than the listed number of rushing touchdowns.
- Rushing Yards: A bet on whether a selected player will have more or less than the listed number of rushing yards.
- Gatorade Color: A bet on what color the Gatorade will be that the winning team dumps on their coach.
Super Bowl Point Spreads
Point spreads are similar to moneylines that we previously discussed. However, instead of only betting on a team to win, you are now betting on if a team will win by at least the point spread listed.
For example, if a team is listed as a 3-point favorite, they have to win by at least 4 points to cover the point spread. If a team is listed as a 3-point underdog, they either need to win outright or lose by less than 3 points. If a 3-point favorite wins by exactly 3 points, bets on the favorite and underdog are considered a push and voided to return the original risk amount.
Super Bowl Totals or Over/Unders
Betting on the total for the Super Bowl is betting whether the total points scored in the game by both teams will be over or under the listed total.
For example, last year's Super Bowl total closed at 51.5, and the Chiefs beat the Eagles 38-35, combining for 73 total points. Therefore, an over 51.5 bet on the Super Bowl would have resulted in a winner.
Super Bowl Parlays
Parlays on the Super Bowl combine the previous style of bets we just listed, including, but not limited to, moneylines, spreads, totals, and props. Some types of bets cannot be combined, and to win a parlay, all selected bets must win. For the Super Bowl, sportsbooks also offer pre-packaged parlays.
An example from Super Bowl 57 would be a 3-leg parlay including Chiefs moneyline, over 51.5, coin toss: tails. The Chiefs won the Super Bowl, the total went over 51.5, and the result of the coin flip was tails; therefore, this parlay would be resulted a winner.
Live Betting on the Super Bowl
Live betting on the Super Bowl can be any of the previous bet types discussed. The differentiating factor in live betting is that you bet during the game with the lines and odds fluctuating consistently.
An example would be if you live bet the Chiefs at +250 on the moneyline during Super Bowl 57 when they were down 14-24. This would have resulted a winner as the Chiefs won the Super Bowl.
Super Bowl Odds FAQ
The Kansas City Chiefs, who won the Super Bowl last season, are currently listed as the Favorite to win Super Bowl 58. Kansas City has been to three of the previous five Super Bowls and won twice. In total, the franchise has won the game three times.
The best odds to win the Super Bowl are currently on the Chiefs at +600. A $100 bet on Kansas City to win the Super Bowl would result in winning $600 if they win Super Bowl 58 this season. The odds to win the game for every team will move throughout the season and could go up or down.
The Kansas City Chiefs won Super Bowl 57 in 2023. They beat the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 after erasing a 10 point first half deficit, including scoring 17 points in the fourth quarter. The game occurred at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
This year, the Super Bowl will occur on February 11th, 2024 at 6:30 PM EST. It will be the 58th Super Bowl and the third in a row to be played in the Western United States. The game will be televised on CBS with an alternate youth-oriented broadcast on Nickelodeon.
This year, the Super Bowl is scheduled to take place in Las Vegas, Nevada, at the home stadium of the Las Vegas Raiders: Allegiant Stadium. Super Bowl LVIII will be the first time the Super Bowl has taken place in Nevada and the Las Vegas Valley area.
No one is confirmed to be performing during halftime of Super Bowl lviii. However, there have been unconfirmed reports that multiple-time Grammy award-winning artist Harry Styles may perform at the Super Bowl 58 halftime show. More information will become available once the regular season begins.
Keg is an NFL, CFB and college basketball betting expert in Massachusetts with years of gambling experience. He found a love for betting at a young age growing up on the backside of Churchill Downs and through March Madness bracket contests. He'll dig into the latest odds and updates in the lead up to legal sports betting's launch in Massachusetts.