Super Bowl Prop Bets
Super Bowl Prop Bets
Super Bowl 57 is set for Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023, and Pennsylvania sportsbooks will offer loads of prop bets for the NFL’s championship game. There are betting lines for just about everything surrounding the Super Bowl game between the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs at PA online sportsbooks.
Not only can you bet on all of the usual NFL props, like rushing yards and TDs scored, Super Bowl props can also include bets on the jersey number of the first TD scorer, “fat man props” and more. Read on to find out how you can get in on all the Super Bowl props action you want at legal PA online betting sites.
Live prop odds for Super Bowl 57
Most Super Bowl player and team props at PA online sportsbooks involve betting an over/under on game stats. Super Bowl player props obviously surround player stats while Super Bowl team props involve team totals.
Check the feed below for live prop odds for Super Bowl 57. Use the search bar to find props for either team or any player. Click on any odds to claim your bonus and get started.
Best prop betting sites for Super Bowl 57
In Pennsylvania, prop bets are only permitted on actions that take place within the bounds of the playing field. That means no betting on what color Gatorade will be poured over the winning coach post-game or the length of National Anthem, though some states will offer those markets. However, you can bet on the pre-game coin toss in PA.
If you’re looking for a short cut to certain kinds of Super Bowl props, here’s what each PA betting app is known for:
DraftKings Sportsbook (Novelty Props)
DK offered more than 400 Super Bowl-related bets for the big game in 2020, including the largest selection of novelty props in PA. You could have bet on the outcome of the coin toss at -103 for heads or tails.
At DraftKings Sportsbook Tom Brady was the right choice for MVP at Super Bowl 55 at odds of +190, but Under bettors on his passing yardage total of 295.5 were quite happy as he finished up with 201 yards through the air.
FOX Bet (Odds Boosts)
FOX Bet Sportsbook went all out with odds boosts on many of its Super Bowl LV props. Promo offerings included tripling your money if both Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady threw for over 300 yards, but both QBs fell under the mark.
BetRivers (Big Game Specials)
Rivers Sportsbook had a whole slew of props listed under its ‘Big Game LV Specials’ banner in 2021. Included on the list was ‘a non-QB to win Super Bowl MVP at +220’ and ‘Tyreek Hill or Travis Kelce to score the first TD at +250,’ both of which failed to cash.
FanDuel Sportsbook (Player Props)
FanDuel Sportsbook had a huge Super Bowl LV props market, as well as exciting offers such as its Big Game Odds Boost. On the props front, ‘first scoring play to be a Bucs TD’ would have paid out at +240, but a Harrison Butker field goal ruined that party.
Super Bowl MVP odds
One of the most popular Super Bowl player props involves betting on who will win Super Bowl MVP. There are normally no betting odds on a favorite in this market, even though the winning QB walks away with the award most of the time. Super Bowl LVI bucked that trend when Cooper Kupp was named MVP, although it took two touchdowns in a low-scoring game for him to get that nod. Overall, that means there’s plenty of value to be found betting both starting QBs.
Just remember that when you bet Super Bowl props surrounding player stats and team totals, it’s a good idea to first determine how high- or low-scoring you think the game will be. Star players pile up stats in high-scoring games and generally underperform when the score stays low. You can use that knowledge to guide your player and team prop betting.
SB offense vs. defense props
You can bet on Super Bowl props that surround players’ and team’s offensive and defensive performance. You can even bet Super Bowl props around defensive players and teams performing on offense, like a prop on whether or not either defense will score a TD.
Some of the props for offensive players include:
- First touchdown scorer
- Anytime touchdown scorer
- To score 2+ touchdowns
Some of the props for offensive teams include:
- Team total points
- Various team stat totals
Some of the props for defensive players include:
- First sack
- Anytime sack
- Individual tackles totals
Some of the props for offensive teams include:
- Quarter by quarter team total points allowed
- Various team defensive stat totals
Just remember that betting on offensive and defensive props successfully requires a lot of research. You’re going to want to take a deep dive into the stats put up by each team and player you’re betting on, determine how accurate the lines are, and bet accordingly.
SB crossover props
The most popular crossover Super Bowl prop might be a futures parlay involving the Super Bowl winner and the champions in other major sports to be determined later in the year.
How to bet on Super Bowl props in PA
No matter what prop bets you want to make and which PA online sportsbook you plan to place them at, there’s a four-step process to follow first.
1. Sign up for an account
Sign up for an account with the PA online sportsbook of your choice through the link here on this page. You can do this before or after downloading the betting app from the sportsbook to your phone.
2. Enter promo code
You may be asked for a bonus or promo code. Find that here on this page and plug it in when you sign up to ensure you get the best new player bonus you can. If the promo code is for an instant bonus or no deposit bonus, it will be added to your account as soon as it’s confirmed.
3. Deposit funds into your account
Deposit money in your PA online sportsbook account using one of the many different deposit methods available. These may include:
- Online banking
- Payment processors
- Credit and debit Cards
- Pay Near Me (7-Eleven, CVS)
- Cash at affiliated casinos or retail sportsbooks
4. Browse lines, create bet slips, place bets
You’ll find all the Super Bowl props markets under the Super Bowl and NFL tab in the lobby of any PA online sportsbook or sportsbook app. Just scroll through and click on any bet you like and a bet slip will be instantly created.
Enter the dollar amount you want to bet and you’ll see the potential payout field fill in automatically. You can play around with any amount to see the difference in your payouts.
Once you’ve decided on the amount, just click the ‘Place Bet’ button to place the bet. You can also go back to browsing through the available props, add more bets to your slip, and possibly turn multiple props into a parlay. Enter the amount you want to bet on each, see all the potential payouts, and click the ‘Place Bet’ tab to place all your bets at once.
*It’s also worth noting that while you may find even more Super Bowl LVII props available at illegal “offshore” sportsbooks, it’s a bad idea to bet on them. Remember, only legal PA online sportsbooks can guarantee your money and personal information are safe and secure.
Super Bowl party props sheet games & home betting
If you’re hosting a virtual Super Bowl party this year you might want to get in on some home prop action to raise the excitement level. Try printing up a sheet including a few player and team stat props, alongside a couple of the more outlandish props.
Then, send it to your guests. Make a contest out of it by having them fill it out before the game and awarding some kinds of prizes for the most correct answers after the final whistle.
You can also put together your own Super Bowl squares grid, which is always a popular way for everyone to get a little random skin in the big game.
You can put together a 10×10 and 100-bet grid by numbering 10 columns and rows zero through nine on a large sheet of paper. Put one team’s name on top and the other on the side.
Sell off the squares randomly or through an auction. Then, award prizes to the owners of each square matching the final number in the score for each team at the end of every quarter. Plus, give away one grand prize for the game’s final score.
Oddest Super Bowl props at legal US sportsbooks
The Super Bowl is a great opportunity for bookmakers to get creative. Some of the more interesting wagers you will find at PA sportsbooks include:
- Trick Play Specials (total players to attempt a pass, over/under 2.5)
- Fat Man TD (offensive lineman to score a TD, yes/no)
- Doink Special (any field goal or extra point to hit uprights or crossbar – new at DraftKings)
- Coaches challenges props
- Jersey number of first/last TD scorer
- Any QB to throw a forward pass after a lateral pass (flea flicker)
And while you won’t find them in Pennsylvania, bettors in New Jersey and elsewhere can wager on: