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It’s that time of year again where bettors from all over the world can place their wagers on the event of all events: the Super Bowl. This year's NFL Championship game will take place at Raymond James Stadium, home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, on Sunday, February 7, 2021.

The odds are in and we’re here to guide you through this sports betting extravaganza. Be sure to check out our picks, props, contests, and betting guides before placing your bets. Before you know it, the game will be over and your Super Bowl betting will have (hopefully) paid off.

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What is the Betting Line on Super Bowl 55: Odds, Betting Analysis and More

A betting line is the set of odds given to any particular sporting event, in this case, pro football’s most exciting game. It is set by oddsmakers at sportsbooks based on different factors such as how teams have performed in the past and current injuries.

The betting line for the NFL’s most watched game is released a week before the Super Bowl. However, the line could move at any point during the week leading up to the match. For instance, if a key player is seen limping during practice, oddsmakers will move the line to accommodate the possibility that this guy won’t be playing or will be playing hurt.

Another reason the line could move is to create even betting action on both sides. If the public is heavily betting on the favorite, bookmakers will move the lines slightly to ensure that there is equal betting action available for the underdog.

For updated Super Bowl odds, check out our NFL Odds page. You’ll find up-to-date matchup info, opening line, and current action from our favorite sportsbooks for the moneyline, point spread and totals.

Enhance Your Super Bowl Experience with Props

Whether you’re an avid bettor, a fan, or you’re simply getting dragged to a party to watch the big game, prop betting is the easiest way to enrich your experience.

See the different categories of props available for Super Bowl 55:

The Ultimate Guide to Super Bowl Prop Betting

Looking for Super Bowl Picks & Analysis?

Here at Odds Shark, we want you to have your cake and eat it too. In our case, that cake is a big slice of betting picks. Our Super Computer is a keen machine that takes data from across the internet and prime sportsbooks to come up with its predictions.

For the human touch on betting lines, check out Guys & Bets with Joe and Ninja at the helm. They, along with some special guests, break down the odds and give their two (or three or four) cents on what will happen on the field when the AFC and NFC champions meet in February.

We also recommend certain paid picks services to give you that extra push when betting on the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl Betting for Dummies!

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Super Bowl Betting Tools

Our NFL experts have worked tirelessly to create some of the best Super Bowl content online. From a betting preview of the matchup to general wagering info, we’ve got you covered. We even have a calculator that will tell you how much you’d win based on the odds and amount you bet.

Super Bowl Betting FAQ

Can I bet on the NFL Super Bowl?

Yes, you can most definitely bet on the NFL Super Bowl. In fact, the Super Bowl is one of the most wagered on sporting events in the world. With just about any and every betting option available, all you need to do is register an account at an online betting site, and you’re good to go.

Who are the favorites to win the Super Bowl?

The current betting favorite to win the Super Bowl is the Kansas City Chiefs. Patrick Mahomes and the defending Super Bowl Champions remain the favorites to go back-to-back. Andy Reid, Tyreek Hill, Le’Veon Bell, Travis Kelce and company hope to hoist the Vince Lombardi championship trophy once again in 2021.

Which team won the Super Bowl last season?

The AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs knocked off the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers by a final score of 31-20 in Super Bowl 54 on February 2, 2020 at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. The victory marked the Chiefs first Super Bowl win since Super Bowl IV dating all the way back to 1970.

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