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The Super Bowl is perhaps the most watched single sporting event world wide every year. Regularly attracting over 100+ million viewers annually, mega corporations are willing to sink big money into advertising but they aren’t the only ones with big money riding on the event. Any sporting event that draws this much attention attracts mass wagering and the Super Bowl is no exception.
In fact, sportsbooks in Nevada alone take in over $90 million in bets on the Super Bowl annually, and those numbers are even higher overseas where sports betting is marketed to the masses. No other event draws the sheer number of betting lines than the Super Bowl does every year.
From bets on the game itself (before, during, after), to the crazy, wacky proposition bets, there is no detail surrounding the Super Bowl that doesn’t have a betting line. Read more below to find the latest odds to win this year’s Super Bowl and about the other ways to wager on it.
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Super Bowl XLVIII Betting Odds And Game Info
The Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks will meet in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium on February 2. This will match the two No.1 seeds from the AFC and the NFC. Initial betting lines had Seattle as slight favorites, but that quickly shifted to the Broncos. Denver is installed as 1.5-point favorites in the game. However, with two weeks in between to bet, it’s likely that the line will change between then and now.
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