Super Bowl Prop Odds Comparisons: How to Find the Best Prices for Bucs vs. Chiefs
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Prop bets, on the other hand, can be very different across books and the Super Bowl is, well, the “Super Bowl” of prop betting.
That’s where our new props comparison tool at Action Labs comes in. It’s free to compare prop prices, but you need a subscription to access our industry-leading projections, which grade each prop on a scale of 1-10.
The tool automatically surfaces the best line for every prop, no matter which side you want to bet, and offers simple search functionality to find players.
Perhaps the most useful feature of the Best Line tool is that our formulas take the guesswork out. It’s difficult to decide whether you should bet Tyreek Hill under 7.5 catches at -122 or under 6.5 at +114 (hint, it’s the first), because one reception is worth something different than one yard. The best line will highlight automatically so you don’t need to make that decision.
The odds also update in real time, so you’re never comparing stale lines.
The books available to compare now are…
What Is a Prop Bet?
A prop bet is short for a proposition bet, and it covers anything not directly tied to the final score/outcome of the game.
Props can be anything from Tom Brady total passing yards to Brad Pinion’s longest punt to what color Gatorade gets dumped on the winning coach, plus everything else in between.
Where Are Prop Bets Legal?
Props are legal anywhere that sports betting is legal in the United States.
Regulated markets can’t offer some of the zany props that offshore sportsbooks can — like how many Super Bowl commercials will have a dog in it — but books like DraftKings and FanDuel have thousands of Super Bowl props available to bet.