How Can You Bet on Super Bowl 57? Updated Odds, Legal States, Prop Rules, Promotions, More

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Legal sports betting is continuing to grow in the United States, and for Super Bowl 57, you can legally wager on the big game in 35 states.

As it currently stands, there are 15 states where you can not legally get a bet down on the Super Bowl. For those who can, options are broken down between online sportsbooks, in-person sportsbooks or both.

Here is how you can bet on the Chiefs vs. Eagles Super Bowl if you're in a state that has legalized sports betting.

Super Bowl 57 Odds

Eagles Spread
Chiefs Spread
-122 / +104
6:30 p.m. ET; Sunday, Feb. 12
Updated odds via FanDuel. Find real-time NFL odds at more sportsbooks here.

It has been a wild ride for the odds in this game, with the Chiefs opening as favorites at FanDuel before that quickly flipped. The point spread reached as high as 2.5 before dropping back down to 1.5.

As for the total, there has also been significant movement. It has been as high as 50.5 and as low as 48.5, but the over/under is now back at 50.5.

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States With Legal Online Betting

For a full outlook on legal sports betting in each state, you can use this link.

The graphic below outlines which states currently have legal sports betting and are taking bets.

There are 35 states where you can legally place a bet on the Super Bowl, and that number will be even higher next year.

Each state below has sports betting legalized in some capacity. Click the state for the state's rules, current promotions and any relevant information.

ArkansasMississippiRhode Island
ColoradoMontanaSouth Dakota
DelawareNew HampshireVirginia
IllinoisNew JerseyWashington
IndianaNew MexicoWashington D.C.
IowaNew YorkWest Virginia
KansasNorth CarolinaWisconsin
LouisianaNorth DakotaWyoming

If you are in a legal state, check out all of our sportsbook reviews to get started.

Which Props Can I Bet?

In just about every legal betting state you'll be able to bet on the standard props that are always made available to NFL bettors.

Quarterback passing yards, rushing yards, touchdown scorers and all sorts of statistical betting will take place as usual. However, legal sportsbooks can't quite offer you the unique Super Bowl prop wagers that have become so famous.

For those of you looking to bet on the opening song in Rihanna's halftime show or the color of the Gatorade that will be poured on the winning coach, be sure to check your state's rules to see if they are available. While offshore sportsbooks can offer you just about anything, states vary in terms of what they allow.

The boxscore framework is usually a good rule of thumb. If the prop cannot be decided from the officially scoring of the game, it's possible that it won't be offered in some or all states.

Best Promotions

For a full list of promotions that vary by state, click here.

There are a few big promotions worth singling out.

FanDuel is offering new bettors a first bet refunded up to $3000 in site credit. That means you can wager up to $3000 on the Super Bowl, and if you lose you will receive the same amount in site credit. Of course, if you were to win $3000 with your site credit, you would still only be able to withdraw $3000, so be careful.

Caesars is offering the same promotion up to $1250. So, if you're a new bettor, there's no reason not to place your first bet with a little bit of insurance.

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