Super Bowl 59 Odds

Super Bowl Odds 2025: 49ers Favored After Super Bowl Loss

The NFL season just ended, but we're already back with Super Bowl 59 odds. The San Francisco 49ers have opened as favorites to win the Super Bowl in 2025.

After San Francisco fell to the Kansas City in Super Bowl 58, oddsmakers like the 49ers chances of getting revenge next season. Here's a complete breakdown of early 2025 Super Bowl odds for you to wager on:

Who Is Favored To Win Super Bowl 59?

Super Bowl 59 Odds
TeamOdds
San Francisco 49ers+450
Kansas City Chiefs+750
Baltimore Ravens+900
Detroit Lions+1200
Buffalo Bills+1200
Dallas Cowboys+1500
Cincinnati Bengals+1500
Philadelphia Eagles+1700
Miami Dolphins+2000
Houston Texans+2500
Green Bay Packers+2500
Los Angeles Chargers+3000
New York Jets+3000
Jacksonville Jaguars+3000
Minnesota Vikings+4000
Chicago Bears+4000
Cleveland Browns+5000
Atlanta Falcons+5000
Indianapolis Colts+5000
New Orleans Saints+7500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+7500
Arizona Cardinals+7500
Seattle Seahawks+7500
Pittsburgh Steelers+10,000
Denver Broncos+10,000
Washington Commanders+15,000
New England Patriots+15,000
New York Giants+15,000
Carolina Panthers+25,000

Odds as of February 12th, 2024 

Super Bowl Odds: Movement

If you look at these early 2025 Super Bowl odds, it's clear bookmakers expect some significant change in the NFL landscape. Here are the biggest movers:

Riser: Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears are a team full of potential. They've already got a few young weapons there in receiver DJ Moore, RT Darnell Wright, safety Jaquan Brisker, and even quarterback Justin Fields. And, most importantly, they have two top-10 picks in the upcoming NFL Draft, including the first overall selection.

The Bears have a chance to draft QB Caleb Williams at the top of the draft, grab another stud at No. 9, and maybe trade Justin Fields for more futures. The Bears may still be bad in 2024-25, but at least they've got hope.

Faller: Pittsburgh Steelers

Incase you forgot, the Steelers made the playoffs in 2024 and won double-digit games. But, heading into 2025, oddsmakers have them as one of the worst teams in football, down with the teams picking at the top of the NFL Draft.

The big problem here is quarterback play. Even when he was healthy, Kenny Pickett did not look like the answer in 2023-24, passing for just six touchdowns in 12 games. Even TJ Watt and a great defense can't make up for that lack of scoring, and it doesn't look like much is going to change on offense in 2025.

Super Bowl 2025 Odds Best Bet: New York Jets

I've been a New York Jets hater for the last few seasons, but I'm finally going to back them. I don't like hitching my wagon to Aaron Rodgers, but if he somehow figures things out and stays healthy next year, the Jets just might do it.

New York had the third-best defense in football according to points against and EPA, ranking right at the top with teams like the 49ers, Chiefs, and Ravens. The problems came on offense, where they were arguably worst in the NFL.

If Rodgers can return and the Jets offensive line can stay healthy, I truly believe in weapons like Garrett Wilson and Breece Hall. The core of a contender is there in New York, making the Jets sneaky value in 2025 Super Bowl odds.

Exact Super Bowl Matchup Odds

Books haven't released exact matchup odds for Super Bowl 59 quite yet. We'll update this chart with those odds as soon as they come out, and in the meantime, here's a look at the final update to Super Bowl 58 matchup odds:

Super Bowl Exact Matchup Odds
MatchupOdds
Ravens vs 49ers-105
Chiefs vs 49ers+210
Ravens vs Lions+425
Chiefs vs Lions+700

Odds as of January 25th, 2024 

Last 10 Super Bowl Champions

Recent Super Bowl Champs and Preseason Odds
YearTeamPreseason OddsResult
2024 (58)Kansas City Chiefs+600Chiefs 25 - 49ers 22
2023 (57)Kansas City Chiefs+600Chiefs 38 - Eagles 35
2022 (56)Los Angeles Rams+1200Rams 23 - Bengals 20
2021 (55)Tampa Bay Buccaneers+1000Buccaneers 31 - Chiefs 9
2020 (54)Kansas City Chiefs+600Chiefs 31 - 49ers 20
2019 (53)New England Patriots+600Patriots 13 - Rams 3
2018 (52)Philadelphia Eagles+4000Eagles 41 - Patriots 33
2017 (51)New England Patriots+600Patriots 34 - Falcons 28
2016 (50)Denver Broncos+900Broncos 24 - Panthers 10
2015 (49)New England Patriots+650Patriots 28 - Seahawks 24

It’s no surprise that Tom Brady has dominated recent Super Bowl history. The star QB has won four of the last 10 Super Bowls (three with New England, one with Tampa Bay) and consistently led his squads deep into the playoffs.

The biggest recent Super Bowl underdog was the 2017 Eagles, who beat Brady’s Patriots in the final. They even did so after their No. 1 QB, Carson Wentz, went down with an injury late in the season. Backup Nick Foles took over under center and earned Super Bowl MVP honors to deliver great preseason odds value to Philly’s Super Bowl 52 bettors.

NFL Teams with the Most Super Bowls

Super Bowl Wins
TeamSuper Bowl WinsSuper Bowl AppearancesLast Win
New England Patriots6112018
Pittsburgh Steelers682008
San Francisco 49ers571994
Dallas Cowboys581995
Green Bay Packers452010
New York Giants452011
Kansas City Chiefs462024
Washington Commanders351991
Denver Broncos382015
Las Vegas Raiders351983
Baltimore Ravens222012
Tampa Bay Buccaneers222020
Indianapolis Colts242006
Miami Dolphins251973
New Orleans Saints112009
New York Jets111968
Chicago Bears121985
Philadelphia Eagles142017
Los Angeles Rams132021
Seattle Seahawks132013

The Steelers and Patriots dominate the history of the Super Bowl. They’ve appeared in 19 of the 57 Super Bowls, winning six each. There is some decent NFL parity, though, with 20 teams claiming a title all-time.

NFL Teams that have never won a Super Bowl

The 12 teams that have never won a Super Bowl are:

  • Buffalo Bills (four Super Bowl appearances)
  • Minnesota Vikings (4)
  • Atlanta Falcons (2)
  • Carolina Panthers (2)
  • Cincinnati Bengals (2)
  • Arizona Cardinals (1)
  • Tennessee Titans (1)
  • Los Angeles Chargers (1)
  • Cleveland Browns (0)
  • Detroit Lions (0)
  • Jacksonville Jaguars (0)
  • Houston Texans (0)

Super Bowl Betting Trends

  • 8 of the last 12 Super Bowls have been won by an AFC team
  • 13 of the last 16 Super Bowl-winning QBs have been at least 27 at the time of their victory
  • No rookie QB has ever won the Super Bowl as a starter.
  • Cheap out at RB: The rushing leader of nine of the last 11 Super Bowl Champs has made $2.5 million or less base salary
  • A quarterback has won Super Bowl MVP 15 of the last 23 years

How to Bet on Super Bowl 59

When it comes to betting on the NFL, odds are available before teams take their first regular-season snaps. You can even bet on a potential Super Bowl winner in August. Certain squads will always be contenders, especially if they won the previous year.

When sportsbooks set the lines, they look at offseason roster moves, coaching changes and past on-field performance. To bet on Super Bowl odds, you’d make a futures bet.

Where to bet on the Super Bowl

You can find updated Super Bowl 59 odds at most sportsbooks. If you're looking for recommendations on how to choose the best book for you, head over to our NFL sites review page.

How To Read Super Bowl Futures

A Super Bowl Futures bet is a wager in which you would look at the Super Bowl odds weeks or sometimes months in advance of the big game, and decide which team you think will win. Let’s say you want to make a futures bet today. At your sportsbook of choice, the Super Bowl odds might look something like this:

  • Kansas City Chiefs -300
  • New Orleans Saints +550
  • Green Bay Packers +900
  • Buffalo Bills +1000
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers +1100

If this were a moneyline bet, you’d be able to see which team is the clear favorite because it would have a minus sign beside its moneyline odds (-). For Super Bowl futures, the team with the lowest Super Bowl odds is favored to win the NFL championship, and the rest are underdogs.

Let’s say you feel strongly about the Saints and believe they’re going to win it all. If you were to bet $100 on them and they did triumph, you’d get a payout of $650 – your original $100 is returned along with your winnings of $550. Our Super Bowl Odds Calculator will show you how much you’d win based on the odds and amount bet.

The Super Bowl odds change throughout the season as key players get injured, trades happen and coaches get fired. Line movements for NFL futures happen weekly, so if you see Super Bowl odds you like, it’s best to bet on them ASAP. The Packers may be +900 to win the Super Bowl in October but after a surge in November their Super Bowl odds could jump to +400 and you’ll make less money than you would if you’d bet them at +900.

Super Bowl Odds FAQ

What other options are there to bet on?

Other options to bet on for Super Bowl 58 include game props, the coin toss (heads or tails), the color of the Gatorade shower, national anthem props on the Star-Spangled Banner, halftime show props, exotic props, Most Valuable Player prop odds, player props and live or in-play Super Bowl betting.

What are the odds on the Super Bowl?

Oddsmakers listed the Kansas City Chiefs as betting favorites in the opening odds to win Super Bowl 58. The Chiefs won the Super Bowl in 2023, and opened the offseason as favorites to repeat as champions again in 2024.

Can I bet on Super Bowl futures?

Yes, you can bet on the Super Bowl and a potential winning team. You’re always going to have your top contenders, especially the teams that were really good the previous year like the Chiefs. Having said that, the lines are set with the consideration of offseason roster moves and coaching changes, as well as past performances on the field.

Where can I learn how to bet on the NFL Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the world. But action on the NFL championship game can be a little overwhelming, especially if you’re new to betting on football. Our How to Bet on the Super Bowl page will help you learn all the ins and outs to getting money down on the biggest game of the season.

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