Your Super Bowl betting questions answered

Your Super Bowl betting questions answered
24 Jan
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With the 2022 Super Bowl match played at So-Fi Stadium, Inglewood on Sunday 13th February almost here, the remaining teams in the frame will be preparing for their shot at glory. Their place in the sporting history books and into the running for a future hall of fame spot. Which name will reign supreme and become the 57th Super Bowl champion? That’s a question that has got the professional online bettors of the world paying attention. 

Every year we see from the live TV viewing figures that the Super Bowl ranks amongst the most popular fixtures in sport. It’s up there with the soccer World Cup and the summer Olympics so it’s only natural that the biggest NFL betting companies began to show more interest. You can now have your say on dozens of exciting match specials from anywhere in the country using your mobile app.

Super Bowl LVI will be the most-watched and most bet-on American Football match played in history. That’s thanks to the increase of reliable live streaming apps and the easing of the sports betting laws across the United States. It could all become a bit complicated, but we’re here to help. Below you’ll find some of the most common questions asked regarding sports betting and the answers given by the experts.

Is Super Bowl betting legal?

Online sports betting is legal in many countries worldwide and in a growing number of states across America. Online gambling isn’t yet legal in every area of the US just yet with some states still debating the move while others remain dead against it. It is important that you check the latest laws regarding online gambling in your country and state before attempting to place a wager on the Super Bowl

If betting is legal, you can join an online bookie and place your bets. If betting is illegal you should respect the laws of the land. It is possible to visit your nearest state where betting has been legalised and place a gamble.

Can I get a free bet on the Super Bowl?

Most online bookmakers offer new customers a welcome bonus when they sign-up, make their first deposit and place a bet. These promotions come in many different shapes and sizes, including free bets, risk-free bets, enhanced odds, cashback, profit boosts and extra places each way. The most popular is the deposit matched free bet. 

With this deal, you should join a bookie, make a deposit and place a qualifying bet on sports. When that wager has been confirmed, a free bet equal in value to your deposit will be added to your account balance and can be used to gamble on your favourite sports.

Do I need to wait for the fixture to be confirmed?

Many bettors prefer to wait until the Super Bowl final line-up has been confirmed and they have just two teams to choose from. This is a fair approach as it ensures you get, at least, a run for your money in the final but there is another way that could allow you to back your team at better odds. The earlier you make your bets, the higher the price will be.

You can bet antepost on the Super Bowl, before game one of the regular season, or at any time during the competition. Traders offer odds on the outright winner during the regular season, the playoffs, on the approach to the Super Bowl and during the big match itself. The more teams in the running, the more risk posed to your stake but the better the rewards.

What Super Bowl markets can I gamble on?

The most popular way to bet on the Super Bowl is to back the team you expect to win the match. Get your stake down and if your prediction is correct, you will be paid out at the secured odds with the profits added to your betting account in withdrawable cash. 

The match winner isn’t the only market available with traders at the leading betting apps going all out to mark the occasion and enhance their customers' enjoyment of the play. Other popular betting markets include total points, handicap, spread, first touchdown scorer, first points scorer and more.

Last modified on Monday, 24 January 2022 21:20
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