Current Super Bowl Odds 2022

As soon as one Super Bowl ends, Super Bowl odds for the next season are posted at a majority of online sportsbooks. Every sportsbook that offers NFL online betting also carries 2022 Super Bowl odds. Odds to win the Super Bowl change throughout the offseason, and often more so during the regular season based on team success – or lack thereof.

NFL Super Bowl 56 Odds

NFL odds for the 2022 Super Bowl will change throughout the offseason and weekly during the season. Who are the Super Bowl favorites? Check out the latest odds to win Super Bowl 56 from top sports betting apps.

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Super Bowl Odds Movements is following the major odds movements for the Super Bowl. There has already been several considerable Super Bowl odds changes in the 2021 NFL season.

  • 9/14/21: There was significant movement up and down the board after Week 1 of the NFL season. Underdogs went 13-3 against the spread. Among the top-tier Super Bowl hopefuls who lost outright: Buffalo, Baltimore and Green Bay.

    Here’s a look at teams with the biggest odds changes after Week 1:

    Team SB 56 Odds Pre Week 1 SB 56 Odds Post Week 1Trend
  • 8/31/21: Patriots cut QB Cam Newton, installing rookie Mac Jones as the starter; odds unchanged.
  • 8/28/21: Oddsmakers are not fazed by season-ending ACL injury to Baltimore RB J.K. Dobbins, leaving the Ravens at +1400 despite the loss of their RB1.
  • 8/25/21: The Rams and Patriots complete a trade to send running back Sony Michel from New England to Los Angeles, where he'll replace the injured Cam Akers. But the Super Bowl odds for both teams hold steady.
  • 8/20/21: As it begins to be clear that Drew Lock will win the job at starting quarterback, the Denver Broncos’ odds to win the Super Bowl rise from +3500 to +4500. The same may have happened if Teddy Bridgewater got the job, of course.
  • 8/16/21: The status of QB Carson Wentz continues to be murky, drifting the Colts’ odds from +2800 to +3500 over a week’s time.
  • 7/26/21: The Packers odds rebound to +1400 to win the Super Bowl after reports Green Bay and Aaron Rodgers were closing in on an agreement that would see him play for the Packers for one season before moving on.
  • 7/25/21: Packers’ Super Bowl odds sink to +3500 after growing pessimism that Aaron Rodgers would return.
  • 6/2/21: The Eagles, unable to make big moves at the draft and in free agency, saw their odds rise from +5000 to +7500.
  • 4/30/21: The Broncos’ odds took a massive shift in the right direction – from nearly +7000 down to +1700 – after reports surfaced they were strongly interested in acquiring Aaron Rodgers. Their NFL Super Bowl 2022 odds have since risen and stabilized at +2000.
  • 4/29/21: The Packers, who were as low as No. 3 on some boards at +850, climbed to +2000 on the day of the NFL Draft when it was reported Rodgers was unhappy with management and was reportedly seeking a trade or considering sitting out the season.
  • 2/18/21: The Indianapolis Colts acquired Carson Wentz from the Philadelphia Eagles, securing their replacement for the retired Philip Rivers. That dropped their odds from +2700 to +2200.
  • 2/7/21: The Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in the 2021 Super Bowl. But in the initial Super Bowl LVI odds, the Chiefs were the favorites and have since held strong to that spot.
  • 1/30/21: The Los Angeles Rams’ odds shortened to +1100, from +2000, after a trade was agreed for Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford for QB Jared Goff.

Futures Report

Betting on Super Bowl 2022 futures began mere moments after the last Super Bowl concluded. NFL odds change all offseason, and especially during the season, for Super Bowl futures, and odds can vary depending on the sportsbooks.

Some sports betting sites may have the Chiefs as big favorites to win Super Bowl 2022 while others could put the Buccaneers at the top of the list. And with weekly changes, keeping up with the latest odds and trends can help you find the best on the teams you like.


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The Favorites

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Kansas City Chiefs (+500): The defending champions Chiefs were stunned at Super Bowl 55. But Patrick Mahomes and the league’s most-energizing offense are back, and the expectations remain the same. Oddsmakers agree, especially after a thrilling Week 1 comeback at home over the Browns.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+550): Tom Brady’s first season in Tampa ended with the ultimate victory and the franchise’s second Lombardi Trophy. The Bucs didn't look great against Dallas in Tampa's season-opening win, but Tom Brady reminded the world that he’s still Tom Brady.

Buffalo Bills (+1100): Josh Allen and the Bills got caught in the preseason hype in Week 1. Allen remains an MVP hopeful but the Bills will need to improve if they hope to come close to their 13-3 record that won the AFC East. On paper, this team remains in the Super Bowl conversation.

Los Angeles Rams (+1200): The Rams lost the Super Bowl three seasons ago and went 10-6 last year led by Aaron Donald and the top-ranked defense in the league. Matthew Stafford was a smash hit in his LA debut beating the Bears 34-14, throwing for 321 yards and three scores. The Pro Bowler is enjoying his first chance to play on a championship contender.

Green Bay Packers (+1400): Defending MVP Aaron Rodgers says it’s just one game. But the Packers were terrible in their season-opening 38-3 loss to the Saints in Jacksonville. Rodgers is back, perhaps for his swan song in Titletown. The talent is still there for last year’s top NFC seed. But it needs to manifest itself.

San Francisco 49ers (+1400): Injuries and bad luck turned the Niners’ 2020 season into a 6-10 catastrophe. A top-five defense plus the return of key offensive players has expectations back to 2019 levels. An opening Week 1 win over Detroit helped, even if they had to hold on for dear life.

Baltimore Ravens (+1800): Lamar Jackson took a step back from his unanimous MVP season of 2019. But the Ravens were still 11-5 with a top-10 defense and added offensive weaponry to challenge the Chiefs once more. The Ravens were ravaged by injures in Week 1 and it showed in a loss at Las Vegas on Monday night.


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The Contenders

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Seattle Seahawks (+1600): The Seahawks routed the host Colts in their season-opener, serving notice they’re back in 2021. Seattle ranked in the bottom-half of the NFL in both total offense and defense last year yet still went 12-4 thanks to the heroics of QB Russell Wilson and a playmaking defense. This could be an up-year and certainly result in another Super Bowl berth.

Cleveland Browns (+1600): Pound-for-pound, the Browns’ roster can compete with any in the NFL. They held off the Chiefs for nearly 60 minutes in Week 1 before falling. The burning question is whether Baker Mayfield finds the consistency to lead such a team to the promised land. Last year’s stellar 11-5 season may have been a glimpse into the immediate future.

New Orleans Saints (+2200): The Drew Brees era in the Big Easy is over and WR Michael Thomas begins the season injured. Jameis Winston was brilliant in Week 1, throwing for 5 TDs. Alvin Kamara is back, and the Saints’ defense ranked top 10 against both the run and pass.

Los Angeles Chargers (+2800): The Chargers went 7-9 despite an offense and defense that each ranked in the top 10, led by NFL Rookie of the Year QB Justin Herbert. They opened the 2021 season with an ugly win at Washington.

Miami Dolphins (+2800): Rookie QB Tua Tagovailoa guided the Dolphins to a 10-6 mark as the surprise team of 2020. The young team added as many as three starters in the 2021 NFL Draft and, with another year of improvement, could take its surprise-squad status to Bills-like heights. That journey began in Week 1 at Foxboro with a 17-16 win over the Patriots.

The Underdogs

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Denver Broncos (+3000): Teddy Bridgewater and the Broncos tore up the Giants in Week 1 on the road. While the AFC remains a tough slog, this team could be a sneaky surprise wildcard.

Arizona Cardinals (+3500): Kyler Murray is an electric QB, and DeAndre Hopkins is one of the premier targets. The defense added veterans J.J. Watt and Malcolm Butler, and Chandler Jones is back from injury, giving Arizona a chance to compete on defense, too. They all came to play in Week 1 and crushed the Titans in Tennessee. The NFC West is iron from top to bottom.

Dallas Cowboys (+3500): Losing to Tom Brady in the fourth quarter is nothing to be ashamed of. Dak Prescott was spectacular in the Cowboys season-opening loss to the Bucs. Dallas appears poised to win the NFC East, which is always up for grabs. They get a reset this year, still full of talent and a revamped defense.

New England Patriots (+3500): Bill Belichick’s Pats missed the playoffs in their first season without Tom Brady. Mac Jones replaced Cam Newton and was solid in Week 1, but the Patriots committed two crucial turnovers and had eight penalties. They’ll clean up that mess soon enough. But Jones is legit.

Pittsburgh Steelers (+3500): Ben Roethlisberger is back for what may be his final season, and now the Steelers should have a viable run game with rookie Najee Harris in the fold. The defense ranked No. 10 vs. the run and No. 3 vs. the pass led by Defensive MVP candidate T.J. Watt. They all came to play in Buffalo in Week 1 and looked as good as they did during last year’s 11-0 run.

Tennessee Titans (+3500): The Titans made a strong offense even more fearsome with the addition of WR Julio Jones. They can outscore just about anyone; in today’s NFL, that makes them serious contenders. But they were flat and flattened in Week. 1.


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The Longshots

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Indianapolis Colts (+5000): Carson Wentz was not the answer in Week 1 against the Seahawks. Everything else appears to be in place, including budding RB star Jonathan Taylor and a stalwart defense that guided the Colts to an 11-5 mark. Wentz needs to finds his old form fast (with his old Eagles coach).

Minnesota Vikings (+5000): Defense was the big issue in a 7-9 season that fell far short of lofty expectations. But many experts believe this is a top-10 unit and Kirk Cousins and Dalvin Cook can move the ball on anyone. They did so against the Bengals in Week 1 but lost in overtime.

Philadelphia Eagles (+5000): Jalen Hurts is now the undisputed leader at QB, and he looked great in Philly's Week 1 rout of the Falcons. The team added Heisman-winning WR DeVonta Smith in the draft to help Hurts (which it did) and last year’s first-rounder, WR Jalen Reagor, appears to be back to health. Can the 19th-ranked defense make enough improvements?

Las Vegas Raiders (+6500): This team may have been a bit undervalued before the season. A new stadium full of fans for the first time definitely helped in the Raiders Week 1 OT win over Baltimore. The last two seasons, the Raiders have started strong and fizzled out to miss the playoffs. Vegas has a slew of tough-to-guard weapons in the run and pass game, and new additions to a bottom-10 defense.

Carolina Panthers (+6500): Sam Darnold is the new QB in Charlotte, and all-everything RB Christian McCaffrey is healthy. The Panthers held off the Jets late in Week 1 and both Darnold and McCaffrey appeared comfortable with each other. The defense, bolstered in the draft with first-round pick CB Jaycee Horn, and second-year FS Jeremy Chinn, will need to do better if the Panthers expect to have a bounce-back year.

Washington Football Team (+6500): Ryan Fitzpatrick is on the IR for at least three weeks with a hip injury, so their odds fell after a loss against the LA Chargers on Sunday. Taylor Heinicke will be Washington’s QB until further notice. Chase Young and the WFT's second-ranked defense should put the team in positions to win.

Chicago Bears (+8000): It may be time for Justin Fields to take over this team. Andy Dalton was ineffective against the Rams in Week 1. The defense, again, should be competitive when not facing the Rams with Khalil Mack in charge.

Atlanta Falcons (+10000): Matt Ryan and the Falcons were embarrassed by the Eagles in Week 1. The Falcons pass game should still be a force with TE Kyle Pitts new to the arsenal. The Falcons ranked dead-last in pass yards allowed last year and gave up 264 yards and 3 TDs to Jalen Hurts, so the changes made to the secondary have yet to take effect.

Cincinnati Bengals (+10000): Joe Burrow is back from injury and the Bengals added Ja’Marr Chase to give him another bona-fide target. They connected for 101 yards and a TD in their Week 1 victory over the Vikings. The Bengals ranked bottom-10 in offense and defense, so more pieces are going to be needed before they’re competing for trophies.

Houston Texans (+10000): Tyrod Taylor lit up the Jaguars in Week 1, overshadowing the debut of Trevor Lawrence. A four-headed RB machine (Mark Ingram, Rex Burkhead and Phillip Lindsay join David Johnson) should boost a 30th-ranked run game.

New York Giants (+10000): Big Blue was putrid in Week 1 at home against Denver. There’s never room for nuance in the Big Apple. The Daniel Jones’ countdown clock appears to have already begun to tick. The Giants’ defense ranked a respectable 12th in yards allowed last year. The offense struggled, but RB Saquon Barkley remains healthy and motivated.

New York Jets (+15000): The Jets traded Darnold and drafted Zach Wilson at No. 2 overall, part of a blowing-up of an offense that ranked dead-last in scoring by a wide margin. An easy schedule and an average defense should have the Jets winning more games, though Week 1 ended in a narrow loss to Carolina.

Jacksonville Jaguars (+25000): Trevor Lawrence added immediate respectability to the franchise, but this is a team that won just one game last year and ranked bottom-five in both offense and defense. The Jaguars have now lost 16 straight games with their Week 1 loss.

Detroit Lions (+25000): Matthew Stafford is out, Jared Goff is in, but it was the last-place defense that needed the most work as the Lions gave up 41 points to the 49ers in Week 1. Detroit rallied from a 38-10 deficit to cover the 9-point spread, and even had the ball in San Francisco’s side of the field when the game ended.


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Super Bowl Odds 2022: Opening Odds Vs Current

The Kansas City Chiefs, despite losing the Super Bowl, opened as favorites to win Super Bowl LVI.

TeamOpening OddsCurrent Odds
Kansas City Chiefs+550+500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+900+550
Buffalo Bills+1200+1100
Los Angeles Rams+1200+1200
Green Bay Packers+900+1400
San Francisco 49ers+1400+1400
Cleveland Browns+2200+1600
Seattle Seahawks+2200+1600
Baltimore Ravens+1200+1800
New Orleans Saints+1700+2200
Los Angeles Chargers+2800+2800
Miami Dolphins+2500+2800
Denver Broncos+6000+3000
Arizona Cardinals+5000+3500
Dallas Cowboys+3000+3500
New England Patriots+3000+3500
Pittsburgh Steelers+3000+3500
Tennessee Titans+2800+3500
Indianapolis Colts+2800+5000
Minnesota Vikings+4000+5000
Philadelphia Eagles+5000+5000
Carolina Panthers+4500+6500
Washington Football Team+6000+6500
Las Vegas Raiders+5000+6500
Chicago Bears+5000+8000
Atlanta Falcons+5000+10000
Cincinnati Bengals+8000+10000
Houston Texans+10000+10000
New York Giants+6600+10000
New York Jets+6600+15000
Detroit Lions+10000+25000
Jacksonville Jaguars+8000+25000

Odds updated Sept. 14, 2021

Past Super Bowl Winners

Super BowlWinnerLoserFinal Score
55Tampa Bay BuccaneersKansas City Chiefs31-9
54Kansas City ChiefsSan Francisco 49ers31-20
53New England PatriotsLos Angeles Rams13-3
52Philadelphia EaglesNew England Patriots41-33
51New England PatriotsAtlanta Falcons34-28
50Denver BroncosCarolina Panthers24-10
49New England PatriotsSeattle Seahawks28-24
48Seattle SeahawksDenver Broncos43-8
47Baltimore RavensSan Francisco 49ers34-31
46New York GiantsNew England Patriots21-17

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Super Bowl Championships and Appearances Per Team

TeamSuper Bowl ChampionshipsSB AppearancesLast SB ChampionshipLast SB Appearance
New England Patriots611Super Bowl 53Super Bowl 53
Pittsburgh Steelers68Super Bowl 43Super Bowl 45
Dallas Cowboys58Super Bowl 30Super Bowl 30
San Francisco 49ers57Super Bowl 29Super Bowl 54
Green Bay Packers45Super Bowl 45Super Bowl 41
New York Giants45Super Bowl 46Super Bowl 46
Denver Broncos38Super Bowl 50Super Bowl 50
Washington35Super Bowl 26Super Bowl 26
Las Vegas Raiders35Super Bowl 18Super Bowl 37
Miami Dolphins25Super Bowl 8Super Bowl 19
Indianapolis Colts24Super Bowl 41Super Bowl 44
Kansas City Chiefs24Super Bowl 54Super Bowl 55
Baltimore Ravens22Super Bowl 42Super Bowl 42
Tampa Bay Buccaneers22Super Bowl 55Super Bowl 55
Los Angeles Rams14Super Bowl 34Super Bowl 53
Seattle Seahawks13Super Bowl 48Super Bowl 49
Philadelphia Eagles13Super Bowl 52Super Bowl 52
Chicago Bears12Super Bowl 20Super Bowl 46
New York Jets11Super Bowl 3Super Bowl 3
New Orleans Saints11Super Bowl 44Super Bowl 44
Buffalo Bills04N/ASuper Bowl 28
Minnesota Vikings04N/A Super Bowl 11
Atlanta Falcons02N/A Super Bowl 51
Carolina Panthers02N/A Super Bowl 50
Cincinnati Bengals01N/A Super Bowl 23
Arizona Cardinals01N/A Super Bowl 43
Los Angeles Chargers01N/A Super Bowl 29
Tennessee Titans01N/A Super Bowl 34
Cleveland Browns00N/AN/A
Detroit Lions00N/AN/A
Houston Texans00N/AN/A
Jacksonville Jaguars00N/AN/A

Teams Without a Super Bowl

Twelve teams have made it to the Super Bowl but never won. Here's how close they have come.

TeamSeasonsSuper Bowl AppearancesMemorable Loss
Arizona Cardinals541Lost 27-23 to PIT in Super Bowl 43
Atlanta Falcons542Lost 34-28 in OT to NE in Super Bowl 51
Buffalo Bills544Missed Game-Winning FG to lose 20-19 to NYG in Super Bowl 25
Carolina Panthers252Lost 32-29 to NE in Super Bowl 38 on a last-second FG
Cincinnati Bengals522Lost 20-16 to SF in Super Bowl 23
Cleveland Browns540Lost 23-20 in 1986 AFC Champ to DEN – “The Drive”
Detroit Lions540Lost 41-10 in their only NFC Champ game
Houston Texans180Lost 20-13 to BAL in 2011 AFC Divisional Round
Jacksonville Jaguars250Lost 24-20 to NE in 2017 AFC Champ game
Los Angeles Chargers541Lost 49-26 to SF in Super Bowl 29
Minnesota Vikings544Lost 16-6 to PIT in Super Bowl 9
Tennessee Titans541Lost 23-16 to STL in Super Bowl 34

How To Bet Super Bowl Futures

Super Bowl futures are the most popular NFL futures bet. Every team is available to bet on at all US sportsbooks from the end of the last Super Bowl until they’re officially eliminated from playoff consideration or lose in the postseason. Odds shift week-to-week for futures bets during the season, too. There is opportunity to find value on a team that loses three in a row, for example, if you have confidence they’ll be there in the end.

To bet on Super Bowl futures, head over to your favorite online sportsbook, go to the NFL tab and go to futures bets. Find the team you want to back in Super Bowl betting odds, click on them, determine the amount of your wager and lock it in. Futures odds shift dramatically in the postseason. As teams are eliminated from the NFL Playoffs, for example, the Super Bowl odds drop for most of the remaining teams in contention.

When it comes to NFL Super Bowl futures, favorites are usually there in the end. Seven of the last eight champions have had preseason odds posted at +900 or lower. The lone exception: The 2017 Philadelphia Eagles were +4000 in the preseason before taking home their first-ever Lombardi Trophy.

Super Bowl Odds: Best Sportsbooks Bonuses

Sportsbooks know new bettors are often drawn to big events, and none are bigger in the US than the Super Bowl. The best Super Bowl betting sites, which include BetMGM,DraftKings and FanDuel sportsbook, offer huge signup promotions geared toward signing up new players in the days leading up to the big game as well as odds on hundreds upon hundreds of prop bets.

A typical BetMGM promo for a new customer might be: Bet $1 to win $100 if a point is scored in the Super Bowl. A FanDuel promo might be some kind of risk-free bet, and a DraftKings promo could be odds boosts on a specific player to win Super Bowl MVP.

In addition to hundreds of betting choices, welcome offers and Super Bowl promotions, DraftKings and FanDuel will also typically offer bettors in non-legal states free pools as well as fantasy games to keep them engaged in the Super Bowl.


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NFL Super Bowl Odds: Other Types of Bets

Every sports betting site have Super Bowl spread odds as well as moneyline and over-under lines. But that is just the beginning. It's important to know what bets are available before making your NFL picks.

Moneyline Bet

Moneyline bets involve picking one team to beat the other without any point spread. You’re simply picking a winner with one other clear difference compared to Super Bowl spread betting: The favored team always has lower odds; while the risk is lower, so is the potential payout. Conversely, there is more risk but more reward, in picking an underdog to win the Super Bowl.

Say the Green Bay Packers are favored over the Las Vegas Raiders. While the point spread odds may have Green Bay -3.5, moneyline odds may label it as -150. Moneyline odds are based on a $100 bet. In this instance, it would take a $150 bet to win $100 in profit. On the flip side, the underdog Raiders may have odds at +130. So, a $100 bet would win you $130 in profit.

Point Spread Bet

A Super Bowl point spread helps even the gap between the favorite and the underdog. Let’s say the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would be the favored team if the Denver Broncos and Philadelphia Eagles are playing in the Super Bowl. Sportsbooks will put a point spread on the game, giving the underdog Broncos points to help even the odds. If the Eagles were favored by six points, the odds would indicate that in this way:

  • Eagles -6 (-110)
  • Broncos +6 (-110)

With this Super Bowl betting line, both teams can be wagered on at -110 odds, in which a $110 ticket brings $100 in profit. Why are most “even” lines posted at -110? The vigorish, or juice, is a backend commission by sportsbooks. It provides a house edge: If each side is evenly played, sports betting sites still make money off the juice.

Total (over/under) Bet

The total on a game, commonly referred as the Over/Under bet, typically involves betting on the total points scored in game. Sportsbooks will offer a number, and you simply take Over or Under that number, usually at odds around -110.

For example, a Super Bowl over-under total on the big game might be posted at 48. Simply, you would make your pick based on where the combined points of both teams would be over or under that mark.

Player Prop Bet

Player props bets have become some of the more popular bets in part because they don’t rely on the actual outcome of the game itself. These include passing yards by a QB and total touchdowns by a player.

Quarterbacks are always a popular player Super Bowl prop option. Tom Brady may have player props for total yards (305.5, for example) or total touchdowns (1.5 and 2.5 are common lines). Bettors simply pick over or under their sportsbook’s posted lines and enjoy the game.

Super Bowl MVP

Just as the NFL season has a Most Valuable Player, the Super Bowl MVP is also awarded to the individual who has a standout effort. Nearly every instance it’s given to someone on the winning team, usually an offensive player. Payouts are often higher on Super Bowl MVP odds due to the number of players in the mix at kickoff. For example, Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB Tom Brady won Super Bowl 55 MVP honors at +200 odds (a $100 bet brought in $200 in profit).

Teaser Bet

Teaser bets include betting on two or more lines, like a parlay, but with the added freedom of altering the point spread. The odds shift with the spread movements, but teasers can be a way to make parlays more likely to win, albeit at a lower payout.

Live Bets

Live betting – the ability to lay a wager on a game as it’s unfolding – has exploded in popularity, especially with so many terrific sports betting apps at bettors' fingertips. Lines move as the Super Bowl unfolds. If an underdog jumps out to an early lead, the live Super Bowl spreads offered will change in real time. You can jump on a side based on the updated line at virtually all NFL betting sites.

Alternate Lines

All NFL sportsbooks offer a point spread line at roughly -110 odds. But just about all of them offer alternate lines with increased or decreased odds, called alternate lines.

Say the Seattle Seahawks are favored to win the Super Bowl by 4.5 points over the Miami Dolphins, but you are confident they’ll win by double-figures. You can use alternate lines to bet on the Seahawks -9, for example, and get great odds, increasing your profit on a winning ticket.

Where to Bet Legally on the Super Bowl?

Dozens of states have taken the opportunity to allow legal sports betting within its borders since the U.S. Supreme Court ruling expanded the ability to legalize it across the nation in May 2018. Most of them now have full sports betting at both sports betting sites as well as land-based sportsbooks. Several other states have legislation in the works with the hopes of adding sports betting in the near future.

StateLaw Passed?Launch DateMobile Launch
Arizona Sports BettingYesPendingPending
Arkansas Sports Betting YesJuly 2019NA
Colorado Sports Betting YesMay 2020May 2020
Connecticut Sports BettingYes*PendingPending
Delaware Sports Betting YesJune 2018Pending
Florida Sports BettingYes*PendingPending
Illinois Sports BettingYesMarch 2020August 2020
Indiana Sports BettingYesSeptember 2019October 2019
Iowa Sports Betting YesAugust 2019August 2019
Louisiana Sports Betting YesPendingPending
Maryland Sports BettingYesPendingPending
Michigan Sports BettingYesMarch 2020January 2021
Mississippi Sports BettingYesAugust 2018August 2018
Montana Sports BettingYesMarch 2020March 2020
New Hampshire Sports Betting YesAugust 2020December 2019
New Jersey Sports Betting YesJune 2018August 2018
New Mexico Sports BettingNoOctober 2018NA
Nevada Sports BettingYes19492010
New York Sports Betting YesJuly 2019Pending
North Carolina Sports BettingYesMarch 2021NA
Oregon Sports BettingNoAugust 2019October 2019
Pennsylvania Sports Betting YesNovember 2018May 2019
Rhode Island Sports Betting YesNovember 2018September 2019
South Dakota Sports BettingYesPendingNA
Tennessee Sports Betting YesNovember 2020November 2020
Virginia Sports Betting YesJanuary 2021January 2021
Washington, D.C. Sports BettingYesMay 2020August 2020
West Virginia Sports Betting YesAugust 2018August 2019
Wyoming Sports BettingYesPendingPending

An additional four states have passed legislation to offer retail or sports betting online, but the official launch is still pending. Currently, Arkansas, Delaware, Mississippi, New Mexico and New York are mobile only.

*-Florida facing legal challenges and still awaiting federal approval.

NFL Super Bowl Odds FAQs

When will the Super Bowl 56 kick off?

Super Bowl 56 will be played Sunday, Feb. 13, 2022, at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, home to both the Rams and Chargers. Kickoff is slated for about 6:30 p.m. ET and it will be broadcast on NBC.

Who is favored to win the 2022 Super Bowl?

While Super Bowl lines for the game itself won’t be released until after the conference championship games on Jan. 30, 2022, Super Bowl futures odds are out all year. The Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are favorites to win their respective conferences and meet in a rematch of Super Bowl 55.

Can I bet on Super Bowl futures?

Absolutely. As soon as one Super Bowl is finished, Super Bowl futures are available for the next year’s installment. Futures betting involves wagers on things such as championship teams, Most Valuable Players and other end-of-season awards – in other words, outcomes to be decided in the future. These NFL odds are available year-round.

What are the odds on the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl 2022 odds for the game itself won’t be available until the teams playing in the Super Bowl are known. The AFC and NFC Championship Games are slated for Jan. 22, 2022. At that time, against the spread, moneyline and Over/Under odds will be made available.

Where Can I Bet on the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl betting is available at every legal online sportsbook, no matter where you live, from Arizona to New Jersey, Pennsylvania to Colorado. Sportsbooks, both online and brick-and-mortar, reveal Super Bowl betting odds as soon as the NFC and AFC Championship Games conclude. Anyone can bet on Super Bowl futures during the season and offseason if they are in a state with legal sports betting.

What types of bets can I make for Super Bowl 56?

The swath of available wagering options is seemingly limitless for the Super Bowl. It begins with picks against the spread, Super Bowl moneyline and Over/Under odds, but expands out into player props, team props and other assorted bets only available for Super Bowl Sunday. Live, in-game betting, is readily available.

What number is Super Bowl 2022?

This will be Super Bowl 56. The first Super Bowl was played on Jan. 15, 1967, between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs.

Which NFL team has the most Super Bowl wins?

The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers have each won a record six Super Bowls. All the Patriots wins were helmed by quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick.

Who won 2021 Super Bowl?

Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Tampa. The Buccaneers were the first team to play a Super Bowl in its home stadium.