Bob Duff |  Fri 25/01/2019 - 15:58 EST

What are the available 2019 Super Bowl Prop Bets?

What are the available 2019 Super Bowl Prop Bets?
It’s estimated that some 140 million people will watch Super Bowl 53 on television. Many people who don’t watch a football game all season long will tune in on Super Bowl Sunday. You don’t have to be a football fan to take in the Super Bowl, and thanks to the advent of Super Bowl Prop Bets, you don’t need to know football in order to wager on the Super Bowl.

Thanks to The Fridge, you can bet on everything but the kitchen sink on Super Bowl Sunday. During the 1985 NFL season, as the Chicago Bears rolled to a Super Bowl 20 title, Bears coach Mike Ditka turned a novelty act into an impactful weapon when he installed rookie defensive tackle William (The Refrigerator) Perry as a short-yardage fullback, often having quarterback Jim McMahon hand off the ball to the 335-pound Perry at the goal line to bull the ball in for a touchdown.

Sportsbooks saw the excitement that Perry was generating and decided to offer a special bet on whether Perry would scored a TD in the Super Bowl against the New England Patriots (he did). The wager generated such a frenzy that it gave birth to the Super Bowl Prop Bet, creating significantly more action on what already was the busiest sports betting day in North America.

There are a number of wagering options when it comes to Super Bowl Prop Bets:

  • Super Bowl Player and Team Props
  • Super Bowl Halftime Show
  • National Anthem Super Bowl
  • Super Bowl Coin Toss
  • Super Bowl Commercials

Giving The Game Its Props 

Many Super Bowl Prop Bets are based on outcomes that will take place during the play of the game. You can wager on which team will win the Super Bowl Coin Toss and on whether the coin will come up heads or tails. Bets are offered on which player or team will make the first score of the game, and what type of score will it be – touchdown, field goal or safety. You might want to bet on whether there will be a defensive TD in the game, or kick return for a score.

You can bet on individual players as to how many yards they might gain passing, rushing or receiving, wagering on whether they will go over or under a total established by the sportsbook. Another option are head to head prop bets that pit players playing the same position from opposing teams against each other. You wager on which one will gain the most yardage in the game.

Super Bowl Prop Bets: It’s More Than A Game

Just because you don’t like or know football, thanks to Super Bowl Prop Bets, that doesn’t preclude you from wagering and winning on Super Bowl Sunday. You can place bets on the length of the Super Bowl National Anthem performance by Gladys Knight, or on which Super Bowl commercials will air first. Perhaps you want to wager on whether U.S. President Donald Trump will tweet during the game. That’s an option. Will there be a flea-flicker pass in the game? What color Gatorade will be dumped over the winning coach? Who will the MVP mention first in his post-game interview?

Super Bowl Halftime Show: A Plethora Of Prop Bet Options The Super Bowl Halftime Show is as much a staple of the event as the game itself, so naturally, it also offers prop bets galore. Maroon 5 is the act that will play at Super Bowl 53, and you can wager on what song will Maroon 5 play first during the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Will lead singer Adam Levine wear a leather jacket? Might a performer fall down during the show?

When it comes to Super Bowl Prop Bets, the probabilities are endless.

See below the top sportsbooks where you can wager online and choose the best one for you:


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