Super Bowl 57 comes our way on Sunday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs will square off with the NFC’s best, the Philadelphia Eagles . Based on the current Super Bowl spread, the potential is there for a close matchup. Kickoff is set for 6:30 p.m. ET, but there’s no need to wait for game day to get in on the action. Here’s what you need to know about betting on Super Bowl 57.
2023 Super Bowl odds
Super Bowl 57 odds tracker
From the initial release of Super Bowl futures odds into the season, there’s always movement on the odds board. Below, you’ll find a chart that tracks the numbers for the two NFL teams that remain alive in the hunt. Let’s take a look at the latest odds and their movement from the initial release to the present.
Super Bowl odds tracker last updated: February 7, 2023
|Team||Current Super Bowl Odds||This Week||Last Week||Pre-Season|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+105||+260||+1000|
Chiefs vs. Eagles Super Bowl odds
The Chiefs outlasted the Bengals by a score of 23-20 to advance to the big game for the fifth time in franchise history. The Eagles punched their ticket with a dominant 31-7 win over the visiting 49ers, the fourth time that Philadelphia has made it to the grand stage.
- Spread: Chiefs , Eagles
- Moneyline: Chiefs , Eagles
- Total: Over/under
Kansas City was the top seed in the AFC following a 14-3 regular season. The club took down the visiting Jaguars in the divisional round by a score of 27-20. All told, the Chiefs are 16-3 on the moneyline, 7-11-1 against the spread and 8-11 on totals. Philadelphia was the top seed on the NFC side and had a matching 14-3 record in the regular season. The team checks in at 16-3 straight-up, 10-9 ATS and 10-9 on the over/under.
In all-time meetings of the two clubs, the Chiefs have a 5-4 advantage. The teams last squared off in 2021, a 42-30 road win for Kansas City. In their four previous Super Bowl appearances, the Chiefs are 2-2, most recently losing to the Buccaneers following the 2020 season. The Eagles are 1-2 on their previous trips, most recently defeating the Patriots after the 2017 campaign.
Chiefs vs. Eagles odds last updated: February 7, 2023
Chiefs Super Bowl odds
The Chiefs are champions of the AFC after a tough home battle with the Bengals on Jan. 29. Kansas City held a 13-6 lead at the half. The clubs traded scores in the third quarter. Cincinnati tied it up early in the final frame on a two-yard rush by Samaje Perine. Both squads had chances to put the game away, but it was a costly Bengals penalty with just seconds left that would prove to be the difference-maker. The foul set up a game-winning 45-yard field goal by Harrison Butker as the Chiefs escaped with a 23-20 win.
Chiefs Super Bowl odds last updated: February 7, 2023
Eagles Super Bowl odds
The Eagles are the NFC champions following a convincing 31-7 home win over the 49ers on Sunday. Philadelphia got out to a quick 7-0 lead on a six-yard rush from Miles Sanders, the first of four rushing TDs on the day. San Francisco couldn’t get much of anything going on offense. Brock Purdy had to exit after the opening drive with an elbow injury. Backup Josh Johnson then had to leave due to concussion concerns, and Purdy was ineffective upon his return. Meanwhile, the Philadelphia defense was in dominant form, forcing three turnovers while delivering constant pressure.
Eagles Super Bowl odds last updated: February 7, 2023
Chiefs’ road to the Super Bowl
The Chiefs entered the season as one of the top betting favorites in Super Bowl futures. However, the club was expected to face a stiff challenge in the AFC West this season, and that was looking like a possibility when the team opened with a record of 4-2.
Ultimately, though, the division turned out to not be competitive. Kansas City lost just once the rest of the way, flanking that defeat with a pair of five-game winning streaks. At 14-3, the club cruised to its seventh consecutive division crown and earned the top seed on the AFC side of the playoff bracket and a first-round bye.
In the divisional round, the club played host to the Jaguars, pulling out a 27-20 victory. Patrick Mahomes suffered a high ankle sprain in the victory, but he was able to come back and finish the game. Kansas City hosted the Bengals in the AFC title tilt and pulled out a 23-20 victory in a game that went down to the wire. This will be the team’s fifth all-time appearance in the big game and third in the last four years. The club is 2-2 so far, falling to the Buccaneers in its last trip following the 2020 campaign.
Eagles’ road to the Super Bowl
The Eagles entered the season as a potential postseason contender. The team began the year with a record of 8-0, not tasting defeat until Week 10, a 32-21 home loss to the Commanders. Philadelphia then rebounded and won its next five in a row to get to 13-1. Jalen Hurts suffered a sprained shoulder in the last game of that streak and had to miss the next two. Gardner Minshew filled in, but the club dropped two straight to the Cowboys and Saints.
Hurts was able to return for the finale, a 22-16 home win over the Giants, and the club was able to finally wrap up the conference’s top seed while finishing with a record of 14-3. The club got a bye for the opening round and opened the playoffs versus the New York Giants in the divisional round. It turned into a rout, as Philadelphia cruised to a 38-7 win.
The team was expected to have a much tougher time with the visiting 49ers in the conference title game, but that turned out not to be the case. A rash of San Francisco injuries and a dominant defensive performance led to a 31-7 victory for the Eagles. This will be the franchise’s fourth trip to the Super Bowl, and it has one win and two defeats so far — losses to the Raiders and the Patriots and a win over New England in its most recent appearance.
Super Bowl 2023 line moves
The Chiefs were one of the AFC preseason betting favorites — along with the Bills — and have been hovering around the top of the board ever since. The Bengals, last season’s conference champions, were slightly behind the top tier of contenders at the start of the season. Heading into the conference championship game, Kansas City was a slight favorite over Cincinnati and managed to hang on for a three-point win.
On the NFC side, the three top preseason favorites were the Buccaneers, Packers and Rams. The Eagles and 49ers were in the next tier of contenders and proceeded to have excellent regular seasons before advancing to the conference championship game. The Eagles were favored over the 49ers to advance to the Super Bowl, and they lived up to those expectations with a convincing home win.
How to bet on the Super Bowl
Once the Super Bowl 57 matchup is set, legal online sportsbooks will quickly be ready with odds for the game. Bettors will be able to jump right in and place their bets on the main pregame betting lines.
- Moneyline: Pick the outright winner of the game.
- Spread: Choose the favorite minus the spread number or the underdog plus the spread.
- Over/under: Bet on the total points scored in the game.
The Super Bowl is the biggest betting event of the year. All three of the main pregame bets will attract wagers. Sportsbooks will also release Super Bowl promotions. Learn more about where to bet on the Super Bowl here.
Other ways to bet on the Super Bowl
Betting on the Super Bowl goes much further than wagering on the outcome or how many points the teams will score. Bettors can also choose from a host of props. A prop is essentially a side wager on something that may or may not happen during the game or by its conclusion. For the average NFL game, sportsbooks will post dozens of options. When it’s time for the Super Bowl, they kick things up even further by offering hundreds. Many of the most popular prop bets are on the performance of individual players.
- Passing: Various options on the game’s starting QBs.
- Rushing: Yards, touchdowns, longest rush and more.
- Receiving: Receptions, yardage totals, longest reception and more.
- Touchdowns: Players to score a TD, the first TD of the game and more.
If you want to take your chances with multiple bets at once, you can put together a same-game parlay. For this bet, you can add multiple selections to the same betting slip. In order to win, you have to be right on all of the choices. If you’re wrong on just one selection, then the entire bet loses.
For additional options, some of the most popular attractions on Super Bowl Sunday are exotic wagers. The following three bets will garner interest:
- National anthem: Wager on the length of the national anthem in relation to the game’s fastest scoring drive.
- Coin toss: Place your bet on the result of the opening coin flip — heads or tails.
- Gatorade: A bet on what color of Gatorade the winning team will shower its coach with.
Last but not least, another top attraction on the betting menu is the Super Bowl MVP. You’ll see odds for all of the players who have a shot at winning the award. The starting QBs are typically the favorites, followed by key players on both sides and longer shots further down the list.
In short, when it’s time to bet on this year’s Super Bowl, you won’t be lacking for options as legal online sportsbooks go all out for the biggest betting event of the year. For bettors, the big game can be fun on its own and even more entertaining when there’s something at stake. Still, always remember to bet with your head and never over it.
Super Bowl 56 betting recap
At the conclusion of the 2021-22 NFL regular season, many observers — and the sportsbook odds — were pointing to the strong potential for a rematch of Super Bowl 55 between the Buccaneers and Chiefs. In advance of the season, Los Angeles was in the mix of favorites, while Cincinnati was lower down the board. The Rams and Bengals both advanced as lower seeds, though.
|Team||Preseason Super Bowl Odds||Gametime Moneyline Odds|
|Los Angeles Rams||+1200||-200|
Futures bettors who landed on the Rams were doing some celebrating when they wrapped up a 23-20 victory. The Bengals might have come up short, but a glance at their initial odds helps to demonstrate the potential in Super Bowl futures.
As for other bets, the Rams were 4.5-point favorites with the total line at 49 points. For the second Super Bowl in a row, the underdog on the spread and under the total were the correct betting calls.
On an all-time basis through Super Bowl 56, favorites are now 28-25 against the spread (56 games minus two pushes and one pick ’em) and 37-18 (one pick ’em) on the moneyline. For totals, the under holds a 28-27 advantage (no total for Super Bowl I.)
When is the 2023 Super Bowl?
Super Bowl LVII will take place Feb. 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. Fox will be handling broadcast duties.
Who is favored to win the 2023 Super Bowl?
It’s down to the Chiefs versus the Eagles, with Philadelphia favored at the moment, but of course anything can happen.
Who were the preseason favorites last season?
In advance of the 2021-22 regular season, it was the Chiefs and Buccaneers atop the board, as both sportsbooks and the betting public were looking toward a rematch of Super Bowl 55. Both clubs made it to the postseason, but the actual game ended with the Rams defeating the Bengals.
Which team has won the most Super Bowls?
The New England Patriots and Pittsburgh Steelers are tied for the most Super Bowl victories with six each. The Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers have five apiece, and the Green Bay Packers and New York Giants are next with four each.
Which teams have never made it to the Super Bowl?
Four of the league’s 32 teams have never made it to the big game: the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars. Eight clubs have made it to the Super Bowl at least once without winning. The Buffalo Bills and Minnesota Vikings have made it the most times without notching a victory, as they’re both 0-4 in Super Bowl games.