15+ Ways To Bet On The Kansas City Chiefs In Super Bowl 58


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15+ Ways To Bet On The Kansas City Chiefs In Super Bowl 58

There are many ways to bet on Super Bowl 58. Each year, the big game brings hundreds of wagering options, including some that aren’t available at any other point in the NFL season. For those looking to get a bet down on the Kansas City Chiefs, there’s more to choose from than just point spreads and moneyline bets. Below, we’ll take a look at the many different betting options and dozens of ways to bet on the Chiefs in Super Bowl 58.

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Different ways to bet on the Kansas City Chiefs

Spread

Typically one of the most popular ways to bet on NFL games, the point spread refers to the margin of victory or defeat. A plus sign next to the number in a point spread indicates that the team is an underdog, and it needs to lose by less than that number or win outright by any amount for the bet to cash. For instance, the Chiefs enter Super Bowl 58 as slight underdogs at +2 on the point spread. This means that a point spread bet on the Chiefs would cash if the Chiefs lose by only one point or win by any margin. By comparison, the San Francisco 49ers are at -1.5, meaning they would need to win by two points or more for that spread bet to hit.

Many sportsbooks also offer alternate spreads on the Super Bowl, allowing bettors to choose their own point margin at differing odds. You can also bet the spread by first half () or second half (). You can even bet the spread by first quarter (), second quarter (), third quarter (), and fourth quarter ().

Moneyline

The moneyline bet is a simple and straightforward wager on one team to win, regardless of the final score or margin of victory. The odds for these can vary widely. Again, a plus sign next to the odds number indicates an underdog, meaning the payout on those wagers will be higher if that team wins. The Chiefs are at +110 for Super Bowl 58. This means a moneyline bet of $100 on the Chiefs would pay out $110 in profit if Kansas City wins.

Moneylines are another kind of bet where there are also options for the first half () and second half (). You can also bet the moneyline by first quarter (), second quarter (), third quarter (), and fourth quarter ().

Total

The total refers to the combined point total of both teams. Another name for this is the over/under, since this bet requires you to choose whether the total points will be over or under the mark that the sportsbook has set. For Super Bowl 58, the total line is . That means you have the option of betting on whether the combined points in the game will be over that mark or under it.

You’ll also see total bets for the first half () and second half (), as well as the first quarter (), second quarter (), third quarter (), and fourth quarter ().

Player props

Any type of prop bet (short for proposition bet) is a bet on a specific thing to happen during a game. Player props are bets on specific players and how they’ll perform in the game. For instance, you could place a Super Bowl prop bet on Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes to score a touchdown (). Or you could place a bet on Chiefs TE Travis Kelce to score two or more touchdowns in the game ().

There are also prop bets available on the defensive side of the ball. For instance, you could bet on Chiefs DE Mike Danna to record a sack () or on Chiefs CB L’Jarius Sneed to snag an interception ().

Parlays

A parlay is a type of bet that groups more than one wager together, with the odds increasing as you add additional bets. For instance, a Super Bowl parlay might include a bet on the Chiefs to score first and also be the first team to reach 10 points in the game. If you were to add more bets — like whether the opening kickoff will result in a touchback — the odds on the parlay would go even higher. The catch is that, in order for the parlay to cash, all the bets in the parlay have to hit. If even one is incorrect, the parlay loses.

Many NFL bettors create parlays using bets from multiple games throughout the regular season and playoffs. Since the Super Bowl is the only game left in the season, parlays here will generally be limited to this one game, unless they involve bets from other sports. But for a parlay of just Super Bowl bets, you’ll need a sportsbook that offers same-game parlays.

Parlays can also use player props on most sportsbooks. You could, for instance, combine a bet on the Chiefs to score first with a bet on Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco to score a first-half touchdown ().

Team props

Team props let you bet on specific aspects of how the Chiefs will perform in key areas of the game. For example, you could bet the over/under on how many points the Chiefs will score in Super Bowl 58, picking any marker from 13.5 points to 33.5 points. You could also bet on how many rushing or passing touchdowns the Chiefs will have.

There are multiple options to choose from here, ranging from total field goals to fourth-down conversions. One thing many bettors like about this type of wager is that it provides the nearly limitless categories of prop betting, but with the added security of betting on the entire team’s performance rather than one specific player’s.

Game props

Game props are bets on specific things that may happen in the game, but they aren’t necessarily tied to either team. For instance, you could bet on whether the game will include a missed field goal or a safety. Will the last play of the game be a quarterback kneel down? Will a punt be returned for a touchdown at any point? All of these are available props for Super Bowl 58. These don’t require you to specify a team but merely predict whether those things will happen at any point in the game.

Novelty props

Novelty props are bets that are often only available for the Super Bowl, which also tends to make them quite popular with bettors. Many of these have little to do with the football game itself. For example, many sportsbooks offer odds on the result of the opening coin flip or the singing of the national anthem. Another popular choice is betting on the color of Gatorade that the winning team will dump on its coach.

Best Chiefs Super Bowl betting sites

In most of the states where online sports betting is legal, there are multiple Super Bowl sportsbooks to choose from. Many of them will offer welcome bonuses to new users, especially as the Super Bowl draws nearer. Some of the most popular sites for Super Bowl betting include BetMGM (currently offering new users $1,500 with the promo code bonus code PLAYLSR), FanDuel (offering $200 in bonus bets with a first bet of $5 or more), and bet365 (new users who sign up with the promo code LSRVA get a choice between two welcome bonuses).

To sign up at one of these sportsbooks, click one of the above links and follow it to the sportsbook’s homepage to create an account. Then enter your promo code and select a deposit method to get started. You’ll need to fill out some personal information, and you may need to enable geolocation to confirm your eligibility to use these sportsbooks.

If you plan on making a bet for the Super Bowl, it’s best to sign up ahead of time so your account will be active and enabled in time for the game. Be sure to read the terms and conditions for any promotions, as most have expiration dates and restrictions.