Where to Bet on Taylor Swift Super Bowl Props
Picture by Getty Images.
If you're an American citizen, you're out of luck if you want to wager on Taylor Swift props.
That's due to regulatory constraints implemented by all 37 states that have legal sports betting. By-and-large, you can't wager on anything that's decided off-the-field.
Even markets like Offensive Rookie of the Year and "Russell Wilson's Next Team Odds" aren't allowed in the vast majority of states. The only jurisdictions that allow awards and "next team" odds are New Jersey, Colorado, Michigan and Pennsylvania — and even they aren't permitted to host novelty props that involve Taylor Swift.
For props involving Swift, you'll have to be a Canadian citizen and you have to place the bet in Ontario.
FanDuel, for instance, has three props that involve Swift. One is whether the Super Bowl MVP will mention Swift in his postgame speech. A second is whether Travis Kelce will propose to Swift after the game. The third is whether Chiefs coach Andy Reid will mention Swift on the celebratory postgame podium.
It's the largest legal sportsbook that is hosting these sorts of props.
But, again, you have to be in Ontario and Canadian. If you were a desperate American and were thinking of making the trek to Ontario to bet on these props, it would be futile. You need a legal Canadian address in order to create an account on the platform.
"These markets are only available to FanDuel customers in Ontario," said a spokesperson with FanDuel Canada. "Each regulated jurisdiction sets its own set of regulations and based on the regulations in Ontario, FanDuel Canada is able to offer novelties here.”