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Donald Trump Super Bowl 54 Odds

Donald Trump Super Bowl 54 Odds

About a month after he won the 2016 election, Donald Trump attended the Army-Navy football game. It was his first sporting event as president-elect and the first of many following his inauguration. Over the last three years, President Trump has attended the interservice rivalry game annually, along with UFC mixed martial arts fights, MLB playoffs and College Football Playoff championships. So, it’s no surprise that bookmakers have set odds on how the president engages and interacts with Super Bowl 54.

One fun fact that you may not know is that no sitting president has ever attended the NFL’s Super Bowl. At -390, or 79.59 percent implied probability, odds are that Trump does NOT attend the 49ers-Chiefs championship tilt on February 2.

Will Donald Trump attend Super Bowl 54?
OptionOdds
Yes+245
No-390

Odds as of Feb. 1 at  Bovada

How Many Times Will Donald Trump Tweet?

As we know, the president has a slight addiction to Twitter. On February 3, 2019, the day of Super Bowl 53, Trump tweeted just three times. Two of them had to do with building the southern border wall and the other was about Tiger Woods. He only tweeted twice on the day of Super Bowl 52, with one of them congratulating the Philadelphia Eagles on their upset win over the Patriots.

This year, things are a little different. Namely, it’s an election year and Trump’s impeachment trial will likely leak on into the first full week of February. So, bookmakers have set a higher-than-usual TOTAL TWEETS threshold for February 2, 2020.

How Many Times Will Trump Tweet on February 2?
OptionOdds
OVER 13.5+130
UNDER 13.5-170

Odds as of Feb. 1 at  Bovada

Trump’s Super Bowl Commercial Props

Democratic presidential candidate and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is reportedly willing to spend billions of his own money to unseat President Trump in the 2020 election. Both Bloomberg and Trump have shelled out $10 million for 60-second commercial spots during Super Bowl 54. It’s been reported that FOX will air the two political ads during breaks that feature network show promos and will not be surrounded by other product brands.

Whose Political TV Ad Will Air First During Super Bowl?
OptionOdds
Donald Trump-260
Michael Bloomberg+175

Odds as of Feb. 1 at  Bovada

Whether or not Trump thanks the television network FOX depends on which way the wind blows that day. Odds he would thank FOX would have been stronger on January 27 because his feelings for the network changed the next day.

Will Donald Trump’s commercial thank FOX?
OptionOdds
Yes+700
No-1500

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

Prior to the Super Bowl, FOX News Channel host Sean Hannity will interview President Trump. He’ll be able to share all his Super Bowl puns here, while I think the message and focus of his commercial will feature a “greatest hits” of his accomplishments through the first three years of his first term.

Will Donald Trump’s Commercial Say ‘Super Bowl’?
OptionOdds
Yes-300
No+200

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

According to the website TrumpTwitterArchive.com, President Trump did NOT congratulate the Patriots following their Super Bowl 53 win last February. He did, however, tweet out congrats to the Philadelphia Eagles after their Super Bowl 52 upset win over New England.

Will President Trump congratulate the Super Bowl Winner on Twitter Before Midnight?
OptionOdds
Yes-500
No+300

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

Trump’s approval rating is according to the website FiveThirtyEight.com and as of January 29, 2020, was at 43 percent. So, for example, if the Super Bowl was yesterday and Patrick Mahomes’ longest pass was 44 yards, the “longest reception” prop would hit at -200.

Which Will Be Higher?
OptionOdds
Super Bowl’s Longest Reception-220
Trump’s Approval Rating on 2/3/20+155

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

Since he’s also dealing with the Senate trial, a congratulatory tweet seems more likely than a phone call.

Will President Trump call the Winning Coach After the Game Before Midnight?
OptionOdds
Yes+500
No-1000

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

Will President Trump Tweet the Word ‘Latinos’ After the Game Before Midnight?
OptionOdds
Yes+500
No-1000

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

The last thing President Trump needs at this point is to become involved in a Super Bowl “the fix is in” controversy by predicting a winner. 

Right?

Will President Trump Predict Winner Before the Game?
OptionOdds
Yes+500
No-1000

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

President Trump recently set a record.

With his Senate impeachment trial headed into a third full week the day after Super Bowl 54, he’s going to want to get some things off his chest, while those enjoying a two-screen experience track Twitter, while watching the big game.

Will President Trump Tweet During the Game?
OptionOdds
Yes-200
No+150

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s primary reason for his presidential run is to unseat Trump. In one of his most recent political ads, Trump is mentioned by name three times within the first 45 seconds of a 100-second commercial.

How many Times Will Bloomberg’s Commercial Say ‘Trump’?
OptionOdds
OVER 2-120
UNDER 2-120

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

The 49ers average 30.2 points per game.

Tweets and RETWEETS count toward Trump’s total the next day.

Which will be Higher?
OptionOdds
Trump Total Tweets on 2/3/20+145
49ers Total Points Scored-190

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline

He must attend the game and stand on the field during the anthem. Although no sitting president has attended the Super Bowl in the past, Trump has been lauded by his base for bucking the norm. If he attends, he’ll likely embrace that spotlight.

Will President Trump sing along to the national anthem?
OptionOdds
Yes+200
No-300

Odds as of Feb. 1 at BetOnline