Super Bowl Odds

In the sports betting world, there is arguably nothing bigger than the NFL’s championship game – the Super Bowl. Each year, the Super Bowl is one of the most-watched live events on TV and for sports bettors, it’s one of the most entertaining and popular games to bet on. For sports bettors, tracking Super Bowl odds is uber-important.

Virginia just legalized sports betting. It’s likely online sports betting apps will launch before the 2021 Super Bowl. Learn how and where Super Bowl bets can be placed in the US while biding our time until Virginia sportsbooks debut.

Current Super Bowl Odds 2021

Before the start of the season, sportsbooks post (future) odds for each team to win the Super Bowl. Oddsmakers calculate the odds in large part based on the team’s roster and schedule. As the season unfolds, odds are constantly adjusted and updated.

With the 2020-21 NFL season in full swing, each team’s odds have shifted since the spring of 2020. This year is particularly interesting because of injuries to stars such as Drew Brees and Dak Prescott along with changes to rosters – most notably Tom Brady joining the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. With that said, let’s take a look at the Super Bowl odds for 2021.

Updated Super Bowl Odds 2021

*Odds provided by FanDuel Sportsbook. Odds change daily.

NFL TeamsSpreadCurrent OddsPre-Season Odds
Kansas City Chiefs-3 (-122)+160+600
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+3 (+100)+115+1500

NFL Teams With Improving Super Bowl Odds

Los Angeles Rams

It may seem like a long time ago but the Rams are only 2 years removed from the Super Bowl appearance in 2018. This year, the team’s odds have vastly improved since the pre-season (+4000) as they now sit at +1200 to win it all. The team is playing good football headed into December and already has a win over the Tampa Bay Bucs, which was one the favorites in the NFC at the start of the season.

Green Bay Packers 

The Green Bay Packers have been quietly flying under the radar this season and are headed into December with an 8-3 record. The team had some pre-season drama as they drafted a QB with their first pick but Aaron Rodgers is playing good ball down the stretch and as a result, the oddsmakers like the Packers chances out of the NFC at +1200.

Seattle Seahawks

Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll are poised to make another deep playoff run in the 2020-21 NFL playoffs. Their odds before the season were pretty good but given the team’s play throughout the year the oddsmakers had no choice but to adjust their odds (from +2000 to +1100)

Pre-Season Super Bowl Favorites Who Are Struggling

Baltimore Ravens

The Baltimore Ravens were a popular Super Bowl pick from the AFC before the season kicked off at +650. Since then, they’ve dropped to +1800 mainly due to the Pittsburgh Steelers dominating their division and the team’s ongoing battle with COVID-19, which has sidelined star quarterback Lamar Jackson.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The biggest pre-season story was Tom Brady to Bucs, which instantly put them into the Super Bowl conversation (+1500). While the odds have slightly improved (+1200), the team is not playing great football and Brady may be finding out just how difficult the NFC is relative to the AFC East. The Bucs are a team to keep an eye on during the last quarter of the NFL season.

How To Bet On The Super Bowl Online

With more and more states legalizing sports betting, betting on the big game is becoming increasingly easier. Provided that you live in a state that offers legal online sportsbooks, you can simply create an account before the game, deposit money, and place a bet.

Types Of Super Bowl Bets Online

In addition to future bets, sportsbooks offer a variety of different bets for the Super Bowl. You will find prop bets ranging from who will score first, what the coin toss outcome will be, and much more. In addition, you can place wagers on traditional sports bet types such as the moneyline, point spread, and the over/under.

Online Sportsbooks With Super Bowl Odds

The most popular online sportsbooks that offer Super Bowl odds include DraftKings, FanDuel, FOX Bet, and BetMGM. Depending on where you live you may have additional options as a result of local partnerships. For example, New Jersey residents can bet on the big game via Sugar House Casino’s sportsbook.

Signing up for a sportsbook is as easy as creating an online account at an e-commerce store. Most major online sportsbooks offer a free welcome bonus to new players, which will help you get started oftentimes risk-free. Below are the new player bonuses for a few of the top online sportsbooks.

DraftKings New Player Bonus

Sign up at DraftKings and they will match your first deposit (up to $1,000 max) and provide you with a $25 free-bet (no deposit required).

FanDuel New Player Bonus

New players at FanDuel can claim up to a $1,000 free-bet. Meaning FandDuel will reimburse you if you lose your first bet (max $1,000).

BetMGM New Player Bonus

The sportsbook welcome bonus at BetMGM is a deposit match bonus of up to $600. In other words, BetMGM will match your deposit dollar-for-dollar provided that it is $600 or less.

FAQs: Betting Odds For The Super Bowl

Where can I bet on the Super Bowl?
If you live in a state with legal online sports betting you can bet on the Super Bowl online via legal sportsbooks such as FanDuel, DraftKings, and FOX Bet. If you live in a state with brick-and-mortar sportsbooks you can also place bets on the Super Bowl in-person at your local sportsbook
Is it safe to bet on the Super Bowl online?

Yes, it is safe to bet on the Super Bowl online provided you do so via a licensed sportsbook and not an offshore sportsbook.

Is it legal to bet on the NFL or the Super Bowl?
Yes, it is legal to bet on NFL games including the Super Bowl in many states across the country. In addition to Nevada (home to Las Vegas), several states have either online sportsbooks or brick-and-mortar sportsbooks that offer lines on the NFL and Super Bowl.
Will the odds for the 2021 Super Bowl change?
Yes, oddsmakers constantly update odds for the Super Bowl on a daily and weekly basis. Many factors go into how the odds are determined including but not limited to injuries, schedule, how each team is performing, and what current action the sportsbook has on any given team or the Super Bowl.
When is the 2021 Super Bowl?

The 2021 Super Bowl (Super Bowl 55) will take place on Sunday, February 7, 2021 in Tampa Bay, FL.

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