Super Bowl 59 Props

The VegasInsider Super Bowl Props are a must-see betting resource for the NFL Finale, which is scheduled to take place on Sunday February 9, 2025 at Caesars Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.

The matchup for Super Bowl 59 won't be decided until next January when the AFC and NFC Championship games are decided.

Super Bowl 59 Prop Picks

Be sure to check back for the 2024-25 NFL season for Prop Best Bets & Predictions for featured games throughout the regular season, postseason and Super Bowl 59.

NFL Player Prop Picks


Super Bowl Props will make up more than the handle than the point-spread and over-under bets. (Getty)

Check out how you can learn how to place a prop bet!

Super Bowl Props, short for proposition, are wagers on specific events within the game, rather than the overall outcome. They add an extra layer of excitement and anticipation, turning every play into a potential win or loss. Think of them as mini-games within the big game.


We all know that the NFL is the largest betting sports in the United States and a growing market is the NFL Super Bowl Props, which include:

  • Super Bowl Player Props
  • Super Bowl Team Props
  • Super Bowl Game Props


In the below example, this shows how to wager on NFL player props:

An example for an NFL player prop could be an Over/Under total on Lamar Jackson's passing yards in a game. Similar to standard bets, you’ll often find these with a betting line for both sides of the wager.

Jackson Over 310.5 passing yards (-130)
Jackson Under 310.5 passing yards (+110)

Using this example, a $100 wager on the over would win a bettor $76.92 for a total payout of $176.92 should Jackson throw for more than 310.5 passing yards. A $100 wager on the under would return $110 for a total payout of $210 should Jackson throw for less than 310.5 yards.

Another example of an NFL player prop is a Yes/No proposition. Such as, will Jalen Hurts score a touchdown?

Hurts to score a touchdown (-300)
Hurts not to score a touchdown (+250)

Yes/No player props can also be displayed as Over/Under 0.5.

Popular Super Bowl Player Props

  • Yards (Passing, Rushing, Receiving)
  • Receptions, Carries, Attempts
  • First Touchdown Scorer
  • Anytime Touchdown Scorer
  • Interceptions | Fumbles


Instead of worrying about individual players, this type of prop depends on the entire team. 

For example, "Which team scores first?" is a type of team prop. Easily put, if Baltimore is facing Philadelphia, there are odds placed on which team scores the first points of the game. The positive with this prop is no matter what happens the rest of the game, all that matters is who scores the first points.

Popular Super Bowl Team Props

  • Total Points, Yards
  • First Team to Score
  • Total Turnovers, Sacks, Fumbles, Interceptions


Picking the color of the Super Bowl Gatorade shower continues to be a popular prop for bettors. (Getty)

Exotic Super Bowl Props, often referred to as Novelty Props, are a special feature for the big game and not every sportsbook offers them. They certainly go beyond the typical game-related bets like score predictions or MVP picks, venturing into the realm of the unexpected and often humorous.

Exotic Super Bowl props focus on pre-game events like the national anthem, or the halftime show and entertainment, plus the postgame celebrations.

Popular Super Bowl Exotic Props

  • Coin Toss
  • National Anthem
  • Commercial Coverage
  • Gatorade Color


Legally betting on the Super Bowl has never been easier, as more and more states have gone live, including New York and Louisiana. Of course, you can also bet on the Super Bowl online in New JerseyPennsylvania, and Arizona, just to name a few. Check out our state-to-state betting guide to see if wagering is available in your area.

As for which sportsbook to use, there’s always an element of personal preference, but certain online sportsbooks offer better welcome bonuses than others.

Amongst them all, BetMGMCaesars Sportsbook, and FanDuel stand out above the rest. Check them out today!

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