Super Bowl Odds 2025: San Francisco 49ers Still Favored; Chiefs Right Behind


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2025 Super Bowl odds are available at legal football sportsbooks. The two most recent contenders — the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers — are the favorites once again. The 49ers are first at +550, and the Chiefs have odds of +600. The Ravens (+1000) and Lions (+1300) are up next, with the Bengals (+1400) rounding out the top five.

2025 Super Bowl odds

The latest odds to win the 2025 Super Bowl are in the table below. Clicking any of the odds will take you to the sportsbook offering that line. Super Bowl betting promos are available for new users.

Super Bowl 2025 odds

Odds are from DraftKings Sportsbook. Subject to change.

Last updated: June 11

Super Bowl 59 favorites

The Chiefs have won the Super Bowl two years in a row and in three of the last five seasons. They are the top favorite from the AFC to win once again, while the 49ers top the board overall and are the favorite to win the NFC.

San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers won the NFC West last season with a record of 12-5 and clinched the conference’s top seed in the postseason. The club had to come from behind for victories over the Packers in the divisional round and the Lions in the NFC title game after entering both games as a sizable favorite. The team was also the favorite at kickoff over the Chiefs in Super Bowl 58 before ultimately coming up short in a 25-22 overtime defeat. The 49ers will open their season at home in the Monday Night Football spotlight versus the New York Jets.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs defeated the 49ers in overtime by a score of 25-22 to win Super Bowl 58, the team’s second straight title and third in the last five seasons. Kansas City closed out the regular season with a record of 11-6 and won the AFC West for the eighth season in a row. They appear to be the team to beat in the AFC and are the favorite to win the conference. At the NFL Draft, the Chiefs added another weapon to their offensive arsenal, trading up to select WR Xavier Worthy. Kansas City will welcome the Ravens to kick off the regular season on Sept. 5.

Baltimore Ravens

The Ravens earned the AFC’s top seed a season ago with a record of 13-4. Lamar Jackson won the NFL MVP award, the second time he has received the honor. The AFC North champions opened the playoffs with a convincing win over the Texans in the divisional round. In the AFC championship, Baltimore was a 4.5-point favorite at kickoff over the Chiefs, but Kansas City exited with a 17-10 victory. The season will open with a rematch between the clubs. Early betting lines have Baltimore as a 3-point road underdog.

Detroit Lions

The Lions entered last season with aspirations of taking a leap forward. They managed to do just that, winning the NFC North with a record of 12-5. In the playoffs, the club defeated the Rams and Buccaneers to make it to the NFC title game. After walking onto the field as a 7.5-point road underdog, Detroit got out to a 24-7 halftime lead against the 49ers before San Francisco stormed back for a 34-31 victory. The Lions will play host to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 1.

Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals entered last season as one of the AFC favorites but suffered a devastating blow with a midseason injury to Joe Burrow. However, the club managed to stay competitive and remained in the postseason chase, ultimately coming up just short while finishing with a record of 9-8. Burrow continues to heal up from wrist surgery and is expected to be fully cleared as the offseason moves along. Cincinnati will begin the regular season at home with a visit from the New England Patriots.

Buffalo Bills

The Bills have been among the AFC favorites for several seasons running and enter another offseason trying to figure out how to get over the hump. Last time around, Buffalo advanced to the divisional round before losing at home to the Chiefs. It was the fifth consecutive postseason appearance for the club. The team has made it to the AFC title game just once over that span, however, losing to Kansas City in 2020. The Bills will be at home for the first Sunday of regular season action to take on the Arizona Cardinals.

Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles stormed out of the gates a season ago with a record of 10-1 and were looking the part of a team that could be making its second straight trip to the Super Bowl. The team struggled down the stretch, losing five of its last six games to finish at 11-6. Philadelphia had to settle for a wild card spot before exiting with a road loss to the Buccaneers. In the early days of free agency, the club bolstered its backfield by inking a deal with Saquon Barkley. Philadelphia will take part in the NFL Brazil game in Week 1 versus the Packers.

Dallas Cowboys

The Cowboys finished last season with a record of 12-5. The NFC East champions earned the conference’s second seed and ranked second in the league in point differential at +194, behind only the Ravens at +203. In the opening round of the playoffs, Dallas was a 7.5-point favorite over the visiting Packers, losing 48-32 after falling behind 27-0. The team has re-signed Ezekiel Elliott, inking the veteran running back to a one-year deal. The Cowboys have a road date with the Cleveland Browns in Week 1.

Super Bowl 59 odds tracker

Futures odds for Super Bowl 59 first came out in late January. At the time of the unveiling, the 49ers were the top team on the board, followed by the Chiefs, Bills, and Ravens. The odds have shifted in response to betting action and other developments, such as the schedule release and Week 1 odds. They will continue to do so throughout the offseason. The table below has the odds movement for all 32 teams.

Super Bowl odds tracker last updated: June 11

TeamCurrent Super Bowl OddsMay 16 OddsApril 26 OddsMarch 26 OddsFeb. 26 Odds2025 Opening Odds
San Francisco 49ers+600+600+550+500+550
Kansas City Chiefs+650+650+650+650+850
Baltimore Ravens+1000+1000+1000+900+950
Detroit Lions+1300+1300+1300+1300+1200
Buffalo Bills+1400+1400+1200+1200+900
Cincinnati Bengals+1400+1400+1500+1500+1200
Dallas Cowboys+1800+1800+1800+1300+2000
Philadelphia Eagles+1700+1700+1700+1700+2200
Green Bay Packers+2000+2000+2200+2200+2200
Miami Dolphins+2500+2500+2500+2100+1500
Houston Texans+2500+2500+2500+2500+2000
New York Jets+3000+3000+3000+3000+2200
Los Angeles Rams+3500+3500+3500+3000+3500
Cleveland Browns+4000+4000+4000+4000+3500
Atlanta Falcons+4000+4000+4000+4500+2500
Chicago Bears+4000+4500+5000+5000+3000
Los Angeles Chargers+5000+5000+3000+3000+3000
Jacksonville Jaguars+5000+5000+4000+3500+3000
Indianapolis Colts+8000+8000+6600+5000+4000
Minnesota Vikings+8000+8000+8000+4500+5000
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+8000+8000+7500+7000+5000
Seattle Seahawks+7500+7500+7500+7500+8000
New Orleans Saints+8000+8000+8000+7500+10000
Pittsburgh Steelers+7500+7500+7500+7500+7500
Arizona Cardinals+10000+10000+10000+8500+8000
Las Vegas Raiders+10000+10000+10000+8000+10000
Denver Broncos+15000+15000+12000+10000+10000
Washington Commanders+15000+15000+15000+15000+10000
New York Giants+15000+15000+15000+15000+10000
New England Patriots+18000+18000+17000+17000+10000
Tennessee Titans+15000+15000+15000+13000+15000
Carolina Panthers+30000+30000+25000+25000+20000

Odds in the table above are from DraftKings, FanDuel, BetMGM, Caesars, and BetRivers.

2025 Super Bowl line moves

At the initial release of odds to win Super Bowl 59, this past season’s two finalists — the 49ers and Chiefs — were atop the board. The 49ers hold the edge for the top spot after coming up short in overtime at Super Bowl 58. The Chiefs are second in futures odds as they begin their quest for a third straight title and the franchise’s fourth in five seasons. The Ravens are up next, followed by the Lions.

In early lines on the 2025 Super Bowl, just four other teams have odds of less than +2000 at most online sportsbooks: the Bengals, Bills, Eagles, and Cowboys. Behind the top contenders are three teams at +2500 or less: the Packers, Dolphins, and Texans. At the other end of the spectrum, six teams are at +15000 or greater, with the Panthers (+30000) at the bottom of the list.

How to bet on the Super Bowl

There are multiple Super Bowl betting options to choose from, including novelty bets that are typically only available for the game. Here are a few of the most popular and common types of Super Bowl bets from our NFL betting guide.

The Super Bowl is the biggest betting event of the year. All three of the above bets will attract wagers. The top Super Bowl sportsbooks will also release various promotions for new users.

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. For the average NFL game, sportsbooks will generally post dozens of options. When it’s time for the Super Bowl, they will offer hundreds. Many of the most popular prop bets are on the performance of individual players.

If you are looking for additional bets, there are plenty of exotic wagers, including the following options:

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 slip. You win if all of your picks are correct. If you get one or more wrong, however, you lose.

Super Bowl 58 betting recap

TeamPreseason Super Bowl oddsGametime moneyline odds
Kansas City Chiefs+600+105
San Francisco 49ers+800-125

At kickoff for Super Bowl 58, the 49ers were 1.5-point favorites on the spread, and the game had an over/under line of 46.5 points. The clubs played to a 19-19 tie at the end of regulation, with the Chiefs coming out on top in overtime by a score of 25-22.

On an all-time basis, favorites are 28-27 against the spread (58 games minus two pushes and one pick ’em) and 37-20 (one pick ’em) on the moneyline. For totals, the over is at 28-29 (no total for Super Bowl I).

Super Bowl FAQ

When is the 2025 Super Bowl?

Super Bowl 59 will take place on Sunday, Feb. 9, at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, with Fox handling the broadcast.

Who is favored to win the 2025 Super Bowl?

The San Francisco 49ers (+550), Kansas City Chiefs (+600), and Baltimore Ravens (+1100) are the preseason betting favorites to win Super Bowl 59.

In what states can I bet on the Super Bowl?

Check out our sports betting legislation coverage and online sports betting page to find out what states have passed legal betting. Just about every online sportsbook will feature Super Bowl odds. 

Who were the preseason favorites last season?

Ahead of the 2023-24 season, the Chiefs, 49ers, Eagles, and Bills were among the betting favorites at multiple sportsbooks. The Chiefs defeated the 49ers in overtime to win the Super Bowl.

Which teams have never made it to a Super Bowl?

To date, the Cleveland Browns, Detroit Lions, Houston Texans, and Jacksonville Jaguars have all never made it to a Super Bowl. The Lions came up one game short last season after losing to the 49ers.

Which conference has won more recent Super Bowls?

AFC teams have won seven of the last 10 Super Bowls and the last two straight. Overall, the two conferences are tied 29-29 in all-time wins.

How much money was bet on the 2024 Super Bowl?

LSR projected a record $1.29 billion in bets in legal US markets for the most recent Super Bowl.