Latest Super Bowl Odds & Spread: Chiefs vs. 49ers Over/Under Continues to Rise

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  • Find the latest Super Bowl odds below, included an updated spread and over/under for the Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francsico 49ers.
  • The Chiefs remain the betting favorite, sitting between -1 and -1.5 across various legal sportsbooks.
  • Stay tuned to this page for the next two weeks to get the most up-to-date betting line movement and picks before locking in your Super Bowl bets.

Latest Super Bowl Odds: Chiefs vs. 49ers

  • 49ers Spread: +1.5
  • Chiefs Spread: -1.5
  • Over/Under: 54
  • 49ers Moneyline: +112
  • Chiefs Moneyline: -128
  • Date & Time: Sunday, Feb. 2 at 6:30 p.m. ET
  • TV Channel: FOX
  • Location: Miami

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Latest Super Bowl Odds: Tuesday Morning

11:30 a.m. ET: The Super Bowl spread is holding steady at Chiefs -1.5 while the over/under continues to rise.

After opening the total at 51.5, the line is all the way up to 54 at FanDuel.

Here’s a quick snapshot of lines at various legal books:

Updated Super Bowl Odds: Monday Morning

10 a.m. ET: The Super Bowl 54 spread and over/under have officially settled after 12 hours of action. Most sportsbooks have the line at Chiefs -1.5, with the over/under all the way up to 53.5. Here’s a sampling of some of the legal sportsbooks around America.

  • FanDuel: Chiefs -1.5, O/U 53.5 (bet now)
  • DraftKings: Chiefs -1.5, O/U 53.5 (bet now)
  • William Hill: Chiefs -1, O/U 53.5 (bet now)
  • PointsBet: Chiefs -1.5, O/U 53.5 (bet now)
  • BetMGM: Chiefs -1.5, O/U 53.5 (bet now)
  • bet365: Chiefs -1, O/U 53.5 (bet now)

Updated Super Bowl Odds: Sunday Night

Update, 11:05 p.m. ET: Super Bowl odds continue to bounce around with the over/under finally reaching 53.5 at a majority of the sportsbooks we’re tracking after opening between 51.5 and 52.5 a few hours ago.

The spread is also pinging back and forth between Chiefs -1 and -1.5 across the market.

If you’re doing some early line shopping, here are the best prices as of writing:

Update, 10:30 p.m. ET: The Super Bowl over/under continues to rise across various sportsbooks, reaching a new high of 53.5 at bet365, DraftKings, PointsBet, SugarHouse and WilliamHill.

Update, 10:10 p.m. ET: Two more sportsbooks have opened Super Bowl odds — BetMGM and WilliamHill have the spread at Chiefs -1.5 and the over/under at 52.5.

Update, 9:57 p.m. ET: Super Bowl odds continue to bounce back and forth in the early going.

The spread has moved from Chiefs -1 to -1.5 then back to -1 at bet365 over the past hour while the over/under is down to 52.5 after rising to 53.

Update, 9:47 p.m. ET: It’s official — the 49ers will face the Chiefs in the Super Bowl. Find a tick-tock of how the Super Bowl odds have already moved across various books since opening lines at halftime of the NFC Championship Game.

Update, 9:40 p.m. ET: DraftKings and SugarHouse have posted their Super Bowl odds — the spread is Chiefs -1.5 and the over/under is 53 at both books.

Update, 9:35 p.m. ET: The NFC Championship Game isn’t even over and Super Bowl odds are already on the move.

After opening at Chiefs -1, bet365 has moved its spread up to 1.5. And the over/under is on the rise across two books, moving from 51.5 to 52.5 at FanDuel and from 52 to 53 at bet365.

Update, 9:12 p.m. ET: Another book has opened Super Bowl odds, and it’s the lowest spread we’ve seen yet — bet365 has the Chiefs as 1-point favorites against the 49ers with an over/under of 52.

Update, 8:55 p.m. ET: With the Packers opening the fourth quarter 34-7, more books are posting their Super Bowl odds. PointsBet is offering the spread at Chiefs -1.5 and the over/under at 52.

Update, 8:28 p.m. ET: After opening the spread at halftime of the NFC Championship Game, sportsbooks are also starting to release over/unders for the Super Bowl — FanDuel is offering the total at 51.5.

Update, 8:07 p.m. ET: The NFC Championship Game is still underway, but when the San Francisco 49ers went up 27-0 at halftime, bookmakers started posting Super Bowl 54 odds.

Our Projected Super Bowl Odds

Sean Koerner, The Action Network’s director of predictive analytics, uses his NFL Power Ratings to project odds for this matchup.

  • Spread: Chiefs -1.5
  • Over/under: 50.5

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Chiefs’ Path to Super Bowl 54

  • Wild Card Round: Bye
  • Divisional Round: Win vs. No. 4 Texans, 51-31
  • Conference Championship: Win vs. No. 6 Titans, 35-24

The Chiefs’ postseason run looked like it was trending toward a premature end when the Texans took a 24-0 lead in the first quarter of their Divisional Round matchup. But Kansas City scored 41 unanswered points to regain the lead and eventually secure the victory behind a superb game from Patrick Mahomes.

Mahomes & Co. went on to overcome a smaller first-half deficit against the Titans in the AFC Championship Game and punch their ticket to the franchise’s first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years.

49ers’ Path to Super Bowl 54

  • Wild Card Round: Bye
  • Divisional Round: Win vs. No. 6 Vikings, 27-10
  • Conference Championship: Pending win vs. No. 2 Packers

After a five-year stretch of missing the postseason, the 49ers locked in the NFC’s 1-seed then cruised past Minnesota in the Divisional Round then Green Bay in the NFC Championship Game.

This will be their first Super Bowl appearance since the 2012 season, when a Jim Harbaugh-coached and Colin Kaepernick-quarterbacked squad lost to the Ravens. Now it will be Kyle Shanahan’s and Jimmy Garoppolo’s turn to prove their mettle on the game’s biggest stage.

Super Bowl 54 Tale of the Tape: Chiefs vs. 49ers

Note: All stats are based on the regular season. Each team’s overall league ranking is included in parenthesis. DVOA is Football Outsiders’ schedule-adjusted team efficiency metric.




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