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Taylor Swift Super Bowl 58 Betting Props: The Legal Version

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You cannot legally wager on what Taylor Swift will be wearing during Super Bowl 58. 

Or how many times she’ll be shown during the CBS telecast. 

Or if she'll cry after a Chiefs' loss.

Despite multiple media reports to the contrary. 

But there are plenty of Swift-themed props that are being offered on legal U.S. sportsbetting apps concerning the performance of the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers during The Big Game itself. 

This isn’t the first time during this NFL betting season that sportsbooks have capitalized on Swift’s proximity to Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce in the player prop betting market. Earlier this season, when the Chiefs played the Eagles, some wagers paired up Eagles running back D’Andre Swift and Kelce


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Nothing offered in these wagers is unique in terms of the action. They are standard props in terms of yardage gained, the touchdown scored, or other numeric-based offerings.

The trick is in the ability to come up with a wager that can be packaged and labeled with something relating to Swift, her music, or her romance with Kelce. 

Three of the nation’s top legal online sports betting operators have Swift-themed prop wagers available. 

DraftKings has 27 prop wagers under the heading “For The Swifties” ahead of this week’s game. 

bet365 put up 19 Swiftie Specials this week. 

ESPN BET has a three Swift-themed props on its site. 

FanDuel, Caesars Sportsbook, Fanatics, and BetMGM have not yet joined on in on the Swift-themed offerings. 

Of course, all the books offer the same game parlays, which would allow any Swiftie to make up their own special wager. 

30 Super Bowl Props For The Swifties – Odds & Best Bets 

Taylor Swift Super Bowl 58 Betting Props: The Legal Version 1

Here are 30 Taylor Swift-themed props being offered at the top U.S. sportsbooks, with our best bet on each one, listed with their sportsbook. An “octopus” means that the same player scores a touchdown and the subsequent two-point conversion on the same score. Each bet is listed with either “Best Bet,” meaning it’s worth the play – or “No Bet,” meaning it’s a pass. 

NameWagerOddsBest Bet/No Bet Sportsbook
2221+ Points In Any Quarter +400 No BetDraftKings
Anti-HeroB. Purdy 300+ YPass & 3+ Pass TDs +650 No Bet bet365
Blank Space T. Kelce Scores an Octopus +3000 No Bet DraftKings
Deja VuChiefs Win by Exactly 11 Points +3000 No Bet DraftKings
Fearless B. Purdy 300+ YPass, 3+ Pass TDs, 49ers Win +1000 No Bet DraftKings
FifteenP. Mahomes 15+ YRush & 215+ YPass -140 Best Bet DraftKings
Friendship BraceletsT. Kelce or K. Juszczyk Scores 1st TD +600 No Bet DraftKings
Gold Rush 49ers Score 40+ Points +750 No Bet DraftKings
How You Get The Girl T. Kelce Scores TD in Each Half +950 No Bet DraftKings
I Knew You Were Trouble C. McCaffrey 150+ YRush & YRec Combined +160 No Bet DraftKings
Karma T. Kelce 0 Receptions & 49ers Win +3000 No Bet DraftKings
Is It Over Now? Chiefs Lead by 14+ Points +250 No Bet DraftKings
Look What You Made Me Do Chiefs Trail in 4th Quarter & Win Game +500 Best Bet DraftKings
Love Story Chiefs Win, P. Mahomes & T. Kelce Combine for All Chiefs TDs +2000 No Bet DraftKings
Mastermind: SF 49ers Win & Rush for 200+ Yards +600 No Bet DraftKings
Mine Kelce 87+ YRec +190 No Bet DraftKings
Red Chiefs Score 22+ Points in 1st Half +1000 No Bet DraftKings
Run Kelce 5+ YRush +1000 No Bet DraftKings
Seven Winning Margin Exactly 7 Points +750 No Bet DraftKings
Shake It Off 49ers Score First & Chiefs Win +350 Best Bet DraftKings
The Last Great American Dynasty Chiefs Win By 22+ Points +1200 No BetDraftKings
Today Was a Fairytale T. Kelce to Score TD & Chiefs Win +240 No BetDraftKings
Getaway Car T. Kelce Records 50+ Yard TD Score +2000 No Betbet365
Wildest Dreams T. Kelce to Scores 1st & & Last TD +2500 No BetDraftKings
You Belong With Rashee T. Kelce or R. Rice Score TD in 1st Half +120 Best Bet DraftKings
You Need To Calm Down B. Purdy 200+ YPass In 1st Half +800 No BetDraftKings
Lucky 13 B. Purdy 2.5+ Passing TDs & 49ers Win +430 No BetESPN BET
MVP Swelce T. Kelce Super Bowl MVP +1500 No BetESPN BET
Swift Action TD In 1st 2 Minutes Of Game +1200 No BetESPN BET

Super Bowl 58 picks are subject to change.

Taylor’s Travels – Over The Pacific And Back And Back 

Swift has a busy week and has let it be known she plans to be in Allegiant Stadium when Super Bowl 58 kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET Sunday. That’s 3:30 p.m. locally in Las Vegas. 

She was in Los Angeles for the Grammy Awards this past Sunday. She won "Album of the Year" honors and slipped in a plug for her next album, The Tortured Poets Department, set to drop on April 19. 

She has three concerts in Tokyo this week before her expected cross-Pacific jaunt to Las Vegas and Super Bowl 58. 


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Her final show in Japan is expected to end at 10 p.m. local time on Saturday night, which given the time differential would be 3 a.m. Saturday in Las Vegas. 

That time difference, and the 10-hour flight time (plus a necessary refueling stop for her personal jet), means Swift will have ample time to head back stateside to Las Vegas, once her final show is over in Japan. 

After watching her beau and his team on Sunday in the U.S., Swift will lose a day heading to Australia. She has a concert in Melbourne on Friday evening, which is equal to Thursday night in the U.S.   

Thank you, Wright Brothers!

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Bill Speros for Bookies.com
Bill Speros
Bill Speros is an award-winning journalist and editor whose career includes stops at USA Today Sports Network / Golfweek, Cox Media, ESPN, Orlando Sentinel and Denver Post.