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Heads or Tails? Super Bowl 58 Coin Toss Odds are Live
Super Bowl LVIII will attract hordes of confident bettors this February with a wide range of lines and props across NFL betting sites.
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One of the most popular bets taken will be one that’s settled before the game: the coin toss. It’s one of the least predictable events around the Super Bowl and one where no amount of sports betting experience or wisdom can help players bet correctly, but the Super Bowl coin toss draws plenty of betting action every year.
Below, we’ll go over what players need to know about the coin toss markets for the upcoming game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs and NFL betting promos associated with it.
Super Bowl 58 Coin Toss Odds
Super Bowl coin toss odds will be some of the first odds available on the game, in part due to the lack of forethought required to set them. It’s a 50-50 proposition – why should oddsmakers set lines that reflect anything else?
Whatever online sportsbook you choose to bet with for Super Bowl LVIII, you’ll probably find that their odds for the coin toss are even.
Still, those lines can vary. Some sportsbooks will let you take the bet at true odds (+100) while others will hold lines at -105 or even -110.
Heads or Tails? Which Bet Has Won More Often
In the 57 Super Bowl meetings preceding Super Bowl LVIII, the coin toss has landed on Heads on 27 occasions. The other 30 times, it’s landed on Tails.
Ahead of Super Bowl LVII in 2023, the Chiefs called Tails before going on to win 38-35 over the Philadelphia Eagles. In doing so, they broke an eight-year streak of teams that lost the coin toss going on to win the game. Both the 49ers and the Chiefs themselves have won coin tosses before going on to lose the game as part of this streak.
Other Available Props for Super Bowl 58
Obviously, betting props for Super Bowl LVIII will hardly end at the coin toss. Bettors will have the usual lines available to them – moneylines, spreads, totals, player and team props, and same-game parlays – as well as a smorgasbord of other novelty props to choose from.
This includes other props around the coin toss, like whether the coin toss winner (whoever it is) ends up winning the game, or whether they’ll elect to kick, receive, or defer. It also includes unrelated novelty props, like an over/under line on the length of the national anthem.