Tom Brady the classic GOAT is vying for his 7th Super Bowl title where as the new kid on the block Patrick Mahomes is going for his 2nd and first back to back Super Bowl victory something Tom Brady was able to do only once in his career when the dynasty won 3 out of 4 super bowls. So what you really want to know are what the betting odds are for Super Bowl 55.
Current Super Bowl 55 Odds
The South Point has the best odds along with the Mirage and Stations Casinos. They’re giving Tampa Bay fans 3.5 points and you can get a bet down at even money at Stations where as you’ll have to pay juice of up to -105 (as of this writing) if you want to bet on the Bucs with the points. If you want to bet at Caesers Palace, Circa, Westgate, or the Wynn/Encore sportsbooks then you are only going to get a line of -3. The total is bouncing back and forth between 56 and 56.5. Last year everybody figured the total was going to go way over and well it went under.
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Second Quarter Betting Odds Kansas City Chiefs vs. Tampa Bay Bucs:
The 2nd quarter is a big bet that is often missed out on by sharps during the regular season. If you believe that the Bucs are going to close out the 1st half strong than the half a point they are getting would be a good early bet with the option to pile on and press as the game kicks off and you see the groove that Brady and Gronkowski are in.
1st Half Super Bowl Odds
People only think to bet on the game and the proposition picks but they forget about the first half which gives you a better game total of 27.5 where it opened at 28 and the Chiefs at -2.5 points.
Outside of Vegas Odds from: Colorado, New Jersey, Indiana, Iowa, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia Sportsbooks
For those in newly legal betting states you have the range of BetMGM, William Hill, Fan Duel, Unibet, Draft Kings, Fan Duel, and Barstool Sports to wager with.
We expect another big game and look forward to helping you make money on Super Bowl 55.