2021 Super Bowl Odds to Win
There are several good bets to win Super Bowl LV in 2021. The current odds to win Super Bowl 55 today are:
- Chiefs: +650
- Ravens: +700
- 49ers: +900
- Saints: +1200
- Buccaneers: +1500
- Cowboys: +1700
- Patriots: +1700
- Eagles: +1900
- Seahawks: +2100
- Colts: +2400
- Vikings: +2400
The Kansas City Chiefs are the current favorites to win the Super Bowl. (AP)
How to read Super Bowl 55 Odds
Super Bowl 54 is in the books as the Kansas City Chiefs, who Vegas odds had as a 1 ½-point favorites, rallied past the San Francisco 49ers for a 31-20 win. The Chiefs were down 20-10 and closed the game with 21 unanswered points. Total bettors playing the 'under' (53) had to sweat in the end but the low side cashed.
Favorites have now won and covered two straight and three of the last four Super Bowl championships while the 'over/under' results have gone 2-2 according to our historical betting results.
The 55th NFL finale will take place from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida in Feb. 7, 2021 and oddsmakers have already posted early future odds. After winning in 2019, the Kansas City Chiefs are listed as the top betting choice in the latest NFL futures betting market.
How to read the Super Bowl 55 Future Odds
Ex. - Bet $100 on New Orleans Saints at 12/1 odds will return $1,200
Along with future odds posted for Super Bowl 55, bettors can wager on both the AFC Championship and NFC Championship winners.
Ex. - Bet $100 on Minnesota Vikings at 24/1 odds will return $2,400
Not surprising, the San Francisco 49ers (13/4) and Kansas City Chiefs (2/1) are both early favorites to repeat as conference champions.
How to Bet on NFL Futures
Who’s going to win the Super Bowl? One of the most popular questions often asked by anybody and everybody that bets on NFL Futures, especially online bettors from the United States. Answering that question isn’t easy but placing wagers on NFL Future odds can be done on “Any Given Sunday” and every other day too. Put simply, the Futures market for the NFL is always open. The opening market is set by oddsmakers after the following season has ended in February, sometimes even while the current season hasn’t been completed yet in late January. For the most part, the initial betting lines are mirrored based on what the current perception of the team is after the latest season and that’s where the value can be had.
The NFL has 32 teams, split into two conferences of 16 and then divided into four divisions of four. NFL Futures are available to win not only the Super Bowl, but also the winner of each conference and the eight divisions as well. Some online betting shops get even more creative with their markets and allow bettors an opportunity of which two teams will meet in the Super Bowl. Those odds are usually higher and bettors can strike a generous return but predicting one outcome isn’t easy, so imagine doing so twice.
NFL Week 1 Opening Odds
The 2020 NFL regular season scheduled was released on May 7, 2020 and sportsbooks started to post the opening odds. Check out the latest Week 1 Betting Outlook for the opening weekend, which is scheduled to take place on Thursday, Sept. 10 between the Kansas City Chiefs (-10.5) and Houston Texans.
Thursday, Sept. 10
- Houston at Kansas City (-10)
Sunday, Sept 13, 2020
- Miami at New England (-6.5)
- Cleveland at Baltimore (-8)
- N.Y. Jets at Buffalo (-6.5)
- Las Vegas (-1) at Carolina
- Seattle (-1) at Atlanta
- Philadelphia (-6.5) at Washington
- Chicago at Detroit (-1.5)
- Indianapolis (-7) at Jacksonville
- Green Bay at Minnesota (-3.5)
- L.A. Chargers (-3.5) at Cincinnati
- Arizona at San Francisco (-8.5)
- Tampa Bay at New Orleans (-4)
- Dallas (-2.5) at L.A. Rams
Monday, Sept. 14, 2020
- Pittsburgh (-4) at N.Y. Giants
- Tennessee at Denver (-1.5)
Super Bowl Odds
The pro football finale usually takes place on the first Sunday in February and the outcome of that game is tied into plenty of Futures Odds tickets, in particular bets placed on Super Bowl Odds. The most popular futures betting market is focused on the Super Bowl and the final outcome boosts the handle for the Super Bowl, since future tickets are made official after the last game.
After the opening odds are posted in late January or early February, the Super Bowl Odds market tends to be stable until the spring or second quarter of the year. During the time, the NFL produces the NFL Draft where top College Football players are selected by teams. While it’s rare to see youngsters make an immediate impact on teams, the optimism from fans can lead to future bets. Along with the draft, the NFL Free Agency period begins and that allows players to join other teams with new contracts. These transactions are very volatile on the Super Bowl Odds market and bettors often place wagers on clubs, especially if they acquire a top position player like a quarterback.
After the spring and summer, the largest volume of Super Bowl Odds tickets take place in August just prior to the regular season. At this time, most bettors have done their homework on rosters, coaches, schedules, etc. That betting research is essential in your NFL Future wagers analysis.
Betting on Super Bowl Odds
Where can I bet on the 2021 Super Bowl?
There are several legal sportsbook options in the United States. Visit our sportsbook directory to find online sportsbooks where you can bet on who will win Super Bowl 55.
Who are the experts picking to win?
Although it's still too early to tell, our experts are here to help. Check out our 2020 NFL season previews to see what teams our handicappers like.
What type of bets can I make on NFL?
In addition to betting on who will win the NFC, AFC, and the Super Bowl, there are multiple angles you can bet on individual games. Check out our NFL odds page for the odds on each game. You can also find odds for Win Totals, MVP, Rookie of the Year, and Playoff Props on our site.
Where can I learn how to bet on football?
To learn more about betting on football, check out our football betting tutorial.