If you’re looking for variety in your sports betting, there’s no better time of year than the Super Bowl. There’s your typical football wagers like moneyline, totals or spread. There’s the props you hear about on the local news, when Billy McWeatherton says, “Oh my, did you know you could bet on the coin toss? Ha ha ha!”
For the real gambler though, this time of year is unique because of the special props. Thanks to Bodog, we’ve got the most special props for you to take a look at.
We’ve got three wagers for U.S. President Donald Trump. Will he tweet over or under 6 times total on February 3? Odds are favoring the over right now. You can also bet on if he’ll attend the game at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Brady is a Trump supporter, but Bodog’s favoring a “no.” Finally, will the Super Bowl champions be treated to a feast of McDonalds, Burger King and KFC, or something else? It could depend on a U.S. shutdown, but fast food will be the long shot.
Netflix has the hot new documentary “Fyre,” and you can bet if the festival conman Billy McFarland will be selling “tickets” to the big game.
If you’re into gambling, or commercials, but not necessarily football, then here are the bets for you. How many commercial will run during the Super Bowl? The over under is at 96. In the battle of the chips, which ad will appear first, Pringles or Doritos? Bud Light is the odds on favorite to be the first beer commercial to air, but you could “Change up the Usual” and bet on The Dude’s return with Stella Artois.
There are plenty of wagers for the halftime show as well. Maroon 5’s 2007 hit “Makes Me Wonder” is the favorite to open the show at 1/1 odds, but at 22/1 odds you could gamble on either “She Will Be Loved” or “Maps.” Guest appearances happen frequently at the Super Bowl, and you could bet on the appearance of Christian Aguilera, at 9/4 odds, which would be likely if they perform “Moves like Jagger.”