This 2021 season’s Super Bowl is slated for Sunday, Feb. 7 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla.
Will Fans Be Allowed In The Stadium?
The NFL is planning to allow 20 percent capacity into the stadium on Super Bowl Sunday. That would work out to approximately 13,000 people inside the 66,000-seat facility.
Which Team is Favored To Win?
DraftKings lists the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs as the +210 to again win the Super Bowl. The New Orleans Saints are the second betting choice at +500. The reigning champ has won the Super again eight times.
How Much Money Is Bet On The Super Bowl?
The American Gaming Association estimates that $325 million was wagered at legal US sportsbooks, both online and retail on Super Bowl 53. That number jumped to $400 million last year.
Where Can You Bet On the Super Bowl 2021?
Nevada, New Jersey, Michigan, New Hampshire, Montana, Illinois, New York, Oregon, Iowa, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Colorado, West Virginia, Delaware, New Mexico, Arkansas, Tennessee, and Mississippi, and D.C. offer legal sports betting sites.
Are There Any Free Bets Offered?
Do The Favorites Usually Win?
Lately, yes. The last two and three of the last four Super Bowl games were won and covered by the betting favorite. However, the chalk is just 3-5-1 in the last nine Super Bowl games. All-time, favorites hold a 28-23-3 edge.
How Much Money Does The Winning Team Earn?
Players on the Chiefs each earned $124,000 for their Super Bowl 54 victory. The members of the losing San Francisco 49ers pocketed $62,000 apiece.
Should You Bet On The Coin Toss?
The Super Bowl offers many prop wagers, starting with the pregame coin flip. Generally, bettors get the same -103 odds on heads or tails. It’s landed on tails six of the last seven games and 29 times in 54 games.
Where To Find Best Super Bowl Betting Strategies?
AmericanGambler.com prepared a comprehensive betting guide for Super Bowl bettors. Here you can find updated odds, learn about best bets, types, underdogs value betting and more.