Possible rewording:

Some of the proposed bets for the Super Bowl include guessing the number of times Taylor Swift will be seen at the game.

Possible rewording: Some of the proposed bets for the Super Bowl include guessing the number of times Taylor Swift will be seen at the game.

This text was written by Joseph Ochoa, a producer at WRAL, who works across multiple platforms.

The upcoming Super Bowl LVIII will feature a match-up between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

This year’s TV commercials bring not only the usual wild and wacky ones, but also some downright weird ones. Additionally, there are some unusual things you can place bets on during the game.

It should be mentioned that residents of North Carolina are not permitted to participate in gambling activities for the Super Bowl. They will have to wait until March for the opportunity to place bets on games and related events.

Now that we’ve addressed that, let’s dive into the top prop bets for the Super Bowl.

Drake Maye throwing under pressure

Prop bets for the National Anthem at Super Bowl LVIII

In January, the NFL revealed that Reba McEntire, a renowned country music artist, would be singing the National Anthem at the Super Bowl.

Reba McEntire has sung the National Anthem on multiple occasions, most notably at Game 3 of the 1997 World Series between the Florida Marlins and the Cleveland Indians.

She completed the game in 83 seconds, but experts predict that McEntire will finish in approximately 90.5 seconds, which is slightly over one and a half minutes.

It will ultimately be left to the discretion of the bettors to determine whether McEntire will simplify her performance of the anthem or if she will enhance it with more grandeur for the significant event.


Prop bets for Taylor Swift at Super Bowl 58.

If you’ve been out of the loop since September, you may not know that pop sensation Taylor Swift and Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce are in a romantic relationship.

Numerous supporters of the NFL have expressed frustration over the excessive attention given to Swift during televised Chiefs games.

If you are not a fan of her appearing on television, you may need to divert your attention from the major sporting event. It is highly likely that the NFL will feature the most renowned pop star in the world during the broadcast of the game.

The main inquiry is: Will you have the opportunity to place a bet on it?

Most of NC voters support legalized sports betting, WRAL News poll shows

Currently, it is not possible to place a legal bet on the number of times she will appear on TV. It is important to mention that she has a concert scheduled in Japan for her world tour the day before the Super Bowl, so it is uncertain if she will be able to attend the game. However, Japanese officials are insisting that she will be present.

However, gamblers will continue to place bets and some betting establishments are taking advantage of the hype surrounding Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift.

ESPN Bet is providing innovative methods to place bets with a Swift theme.

  • Reworded: Early Touchdown: Points earned within the first two minutes (+1200)

  • Kyle Juszczyk, the husband of Taylor’s tailor, is predicted to score a touchdown with odds of +900.

  • Travis Kelce is favored to win the Super Bowl MVP with odds of +1600.


Covers.com offers various bets related to Taylor Swift, featuring odds from FanDuel Sports Book.

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The odds as of February 2, 2020.

  • Is Travis Kelce planning to propose to Taylor Swift?

    • Yes (+1060)
    • No (-3000)
  • Is Taylor Swift going to be mentioned in the MVP’s speech?

    • BetMGM
      • Yes: +650
      • No: -120
    • FanDuel
      • Yes: +600
      • No: -1100
  • Is Taylor Swift going to wear a garment designed by Kristin Juszxyk?

    • FanDuel
      • Yes: +270
      • No: -355
  • CBS will broadcast Swift’s journey from Japan to Las Vegas.

    • FanDuel
      • Yes: +400
      • No: -700
  • The color of Taylor Swift’s shirt during Super Bowl LVIII.

    • FanDuel
      • Red: -500
      • White: +600
      • Yellow: +800
      • Black: +1600
      • Purple: +1600
      • Silver/Grey: +1800
      • Blue: +2000
      • Green: +2000
  • On February 11, Swift and Kelce were spotted kissing.

    • Fan Duel
      • Yes: -180
      • No: +140
  • Is Donna Kelce going to embrace Taylor Swift during the CBS Broadcast?

    • FanDuel
      • Yes: -120
      • No: -120
Taylor Swift at Athens Drive High School

Possible rewording: Prop bets for the coin flip in Super Bowl LVIII

It may seem ridiculous, but you have the opportunity to place a wager on the outcome of a coin toss.

Although it is often perceived as a 50/50 probability, tails have a slight advantage in the big game, prevailing approximately 52% of the time.

Furthermore, tails have emerged victorious in the coin toss for 7 out of the past 10 Super Bowls, therefore, choose wisely.

  • Draft Kings
    • Heads: +100
    • Tails: +100
  • BetMGM
    • Heads: -105
    • Tails: -105
  • FanDuel
    • Heads: -104
    • Tails: -104

Proposition bets on the Gatorade bath for Super Bowl 58

The tradition of dousing players with Gatorade is a long-standing practice in major football games, whether it’s in college or the NFL.

There are numerous varieties of Gatorade for teams to select, providing a multitude of betting options.

  • BetMGM
    • Purple: +225
    • Blue: +275
    • Yellow/Lime/Green: +450
    • Red/Pink: +500
    • Orange: +500
    • Clear/Water: +1000
    • No Gatorade bath: +3000
  • FanDuel (Bets available in Arizona, Maryland, Illinois, New Jersey, West Virginia and Ontario, Canada)
    • Red/Pink: +260
    • Purple: +330
    • Yellow/Lime/Green: +400
    • Blue: +460
    • Orange: +500
    • Water/Clear: +1000
    • If there is no Gatorade shower for the winning head coach, all bets will be voided.

Prop bets for the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show

Over the years, the Super Bowl has turned the Halftime Show into a significant event, with memorable performances such as Prince’s rendition of Purple Rain in the rain in Miami and Rihanna announcing her pregnancy during last year’s game.

On Sunday, Usher will be the performer for the Halftime Show at the Super Bowl.

You have the opportunity to place numerous prop bets with our extensive catalog that covers many years and includes partnerships with various artists.

Some potential wagers you can place on the intermission performance.

  • Amount of songs played during the halftime show

    • The song must be played for at least 10 seconds on FanDuel.

      • Over 8.5 songs: -125
      • Under 8.5 songs: -125
  • Who is the invited performer?

    • FanDuel (All bets action. Must appear on stage with a microphone)
      • Alicia Keys: -330
      • Ludacris: -250
      • Lil Jon: -105
      • will.i.am: +220
      • Nicki Minaj: +280
      • Sean Diddy: +350
      • Pitbull: +390
      • Justin Bieber: +450
      • Lil Wayne: +500
      • Taylor Swift: +500
      • David Guetta: +575
      • Marshmello: +575
      • 21 Savage: +650
      • 50 Cent: +800
      • DJ Khaled: +800
      • Jay Z: +800
      • Beyonce: +900
      • Miley Cyrus: +1200
      • Madonna: +1300
  • The initial song played

    • BetMGM
      • “Yeah!” +225
      • “My Way” +225
      • “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love” +500
      • “Love in This Club” +600
      • “OMG” +800
      • “Boyfriend” +1100
      • “Superstar” +1100
      • “Burn” +1200
      • “Good Good” +1800
      • “My Boo” +2000
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Is it permissible to participate in these prop bets within the bounds of the law?

Unfortunately, the majority of proposition bets cannot be legally placed at most sportsbooks in the United States.

The majority of gambling websites must follow varying regulations in different states. However, it is generally agreed upon that most prop bets must involve activity during the game.

If you reside in Canada’s Ontario province, be aware that their prop betting regulations may be slightly more relaxed. Therefore, it is important to exercise responsible gambling practices if you are located near the northern border.

Source: wralsportsfan.com