The Super Bowl is one of the biggest days in America. There are millions and millions of eyeballs on TVs across the country fixated on football’s biggest game. Outside of Chiefs and 49ers fans, a large majority of the country will not have a dog in the fight, so they will hang out with friends and family and enjoy the game for what it is. For what is left of the population, you either will not be watching at all or you are trying to make some extra money gambling on the big day.
That is what we are going to focus on here: the most fun and crazy prop bets that folks can bet on to make this Super Bowl as interesting and as profitable as possible.
Probably the most popular prop bet that people get involved with on Super Bowl Sunday is the National Anthem. As most know, Demi Levato will be performing this year’s Anthem and is heavily favorited to drag out the Anthem on America’s grandest stage.
Total time for Demi Lavato’s National Anthem:
Over two Minutes: -190
Under two Minutes: +120
Another very common prop bet that gamblers get involved with is the postgame Gatorade shower. It is custom for the winning team to drench their head coach in Gatorade after claiming victory. And yes, even an event this subtle is a fun and popular prop where you can bet on what color Gatorade will be pouring out of the big orange containers.
Color of Gatorade bath:
Now, we dive into the lesser-known bets that gamblers can bet on.
First: the halftime show. For some, the halftime show is the time to stand up, stretch out your legs, and eat as much as humanly possible. For others, it becomes just as important as the actual game itself. The three most popular halftime show bets to make are the number of songs played, the first song played by Jennifer Lopez, and the first song played by Shakira.
Amount of songs played:
Over eight: -160
Under eight: +120
First song by Jennifer Lopez:
One the Floors: +400
Jenny From the Block: +425
Let’s Get Loud: +450
First song by Shakira:
She Wolf: +250
Whenever, Wherever: +400
As this game stirs up quite a bit of publicity, let’s look into some of the bets you can make on our current president, Donald Trump. Trump’s Twitter has become quite famous during his tenure as President so of course it is linked to the biggest game in America.
Trump’s total number of tweets on the day of Super Bowl:
Over 13.5: +125
Under 13.5: -165
Will Trump attend the game:
As we stay on the topic of stirring up publicity, Nike must always be in the mix along with former NFL star, Colin Kaepernick.
Will Nike air a commercial during Super Bowl with Colin Kaepernick:
And lastly, a very fun bet to get involved with that is very unique to this game…
Will Andy Reid coach the Super Bowl in a Hawaiian shirt:
These are only a few of the fun and creative prop bets to get involved with on Super Bowl Sunday. Each casino and gambling website will have dozens or even hundreds of prop bets that can be entertaining to follow along with so check all of those options out, pick with your gut, and I wish you all a very profitable Super Bowl.