# Sports Betting Spread to Moneyline Converter

The spread to moneyline converter allows you to see the estimated moneyline for a specific point spread

# Using the Spread to Moneyline Converter

In certain situations, you will want to calculate moneyline odds when given a game's spread and spread odds. You can do this easily with Action Network's spread to moneyline converter above! By using this tool you can try and calculate discrepancies between the odds a book offers on a moneyline bet and a spread bet that they offer. This is a popular way of checking for a mispricing, because it does not require advanced data analysis in order to find an edge. Let's look at an example.

## Converting Spread Odds to Moneyline Odds

Let's look back at an NFL game from a previous season as an example for this exercise. The betting lines are as follows according to FanDuel Sportsbook:

• Denver Broncos -4.5 (-110) moneyline (-205)
• Seattle Seahawks +4.5 (-110) moneyline (+172)

Let's use the spread to moneyline converter to see what the moneyline odds for the Broncos should be based on the spread number and spread odds. Here is what you would plug in where:

• League = NFL
• Favorite Spread Odds = -110
• Underdog Spread Odds = -110

Based on this information, you will see that the estimated moneyline odds for the Denver Broncos are -224, and FanDuel is offering -205. The spread that is offered tells us the Broncos could be more likely to win the game than what FanDuel is offering. Betting on the Broncos to win the game could be an advantageous bet! Maximize your betting bankroll by taking advantage of welcome offers like with Action's BetMGM bonus code.

# Using the Spread to Moneyline Converter

In certain situations, you will want to calculate moneyline odds when given a game's spread and spread odds. You can do this easily with Action Network's spread to moneyline converter above! By using this tool you can try and calculate discrepancies between the odds a book offers on a moneyline bet and a spread bet that they offer. This is a popular way of checking for a mispricing, because it does not require advanced data analysis in order to find an edge. Let's look at an example.

## Converting Spread Odds to Moneyline Odds

Let's look back at an NFL game from a previous season as an example for this exercise. The betting lines are as follows according to FanDuel Sportsbook:

• Denver Broncos -4.5 (-110) moneyline (-205)
• Seattle Seahawks +4.5 (-110) moneyline (+172)

Let's use the spread to moneyline converter to see what the moneyline odds for the Broncos should be based on the spread number and spread odds. Here is what you would plug in where: