The waiting is nearly over. The Kansas City Chiefs are getting set to square off with the San Francisco 49ers at Super Bowl 58, which comes our way Sunday from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. ET, with CBS on the call.
The best Super Bowl betting sites are more than ready for the big game. Bettors have hundreds of props to consider. You can bet on players, the game as a whole, and even a wide range of novelty props. Read on for a detailed look at Super Bowl 58 props.
Super Bowl 58 player props
For the average NFL game, there are dozens of props. When it’s time for the Super Bowl, the number of available options climbs into the hundreds. On the player front, you can bet on all of the top Chiefs and 49ers players in a number of ways.
- Patrick Mahomes props
- Travis Kelce props
- Isiah Pacheco props
- Rashee Rice props
- Clyde Edwards-Helaire props
- Marquez Valdes-Scantling props
- Brock Purdy props
- Christian McCaffrey props
- Deebo Samuel props
- Brandon Aiyuk props
- Elijah Mitchell props
Many player props are presented in an over/under format, while some are simple choices between “yes” and “no.” For a closer look at specific markets, check out the following links:
- Super Bowl passing props
- Super Bowl rushing props
- Super Bowl receiving props
- Super Bowl touchdown props
After sorting through all of the options, there’s a good chance that you’ll come up with a list of favorites. Our detailed guide on how to build a Super Bowl same-game parlay explains how you can combine some of your top choices on a single betting slip.
Super Bowl 58 game props
In advance of the big game, the point spread always captures a lot of attention. Scores of bettors will do their best to try to figure out which team will cover. In addition to doing that, you can also spend some time considering some of the best Super Bowl game props:
- First play from scrimmage prop
- First TD scorer prop
- Touchback on opening kickoff prop
- Players to attempt a pass prop
- Number of first downs prop
The above wagers are among the most popular for Super Bowl betting year after year. You can find details on how they work and the latest betting odds for each by clicking the above links.
Super Bowl 58 novelty props
The Super Bowl not only attracts seasoned fans who pay attention all year round, but also casual observers who only tune in for the biggest attractions. Sportsbooks have a little bit of something for everyone on Super Bowl Sunday. Many of them offer a selection of novelty props that have proven to be popular through the years.
- Coin toss: Will it be heads or tails?
- National anthem: How long will the singing of the anthem take?
- Gatorade: What color will the winning team use to celebrate?
- Octopus: Will any player score a TD and then follow with a two-point conversion?
- Scorigami: Will the final score be one that we’ve never seen before in the NFL?
This year’s Super Bowl has even more entertainment-related appeal than normal. Throughout the season, a certain pop star has been making her presence felt, and she’s expected to do the same at the big game. Check out our complete guide to Taylor Swift Super Bowl 58 specials for additional insight.
Super Bowl MVP betting
Last but not least, you can also bet on the winner of this year’s Super Bowl MVP. There’s a strong chance it’ll be a player from the winning team, as a player on the losing side has won it just once. The two starting quarterbacks top the charts in pregame betting odds to win the award. The Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes is first, and the 49ers’ Brock Purdy is second.
Mahomes is seeking his second straight award — and third of his career — as Kansas City seeks back-to-back titles and its third in the last five seasons. Purdy is making his first appearance on the grand stage as San Francisco tries to exact some revenge for a loss to the Chiefs at the 2020 Super Bowl.
A QB has won the Super Bowl MVP award 32 times overall, six times in the last 10 years, and three of the last four. There are betting odds available for all of the players who at least have a chance to win. Behind the two favorites are top offensive players like Christian McCaffrey and Travis Kelce, with the odds rising as you scroll down the list of candidates.
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