The 48th Super Bowl otherwise known as Super Bowl XLVIII. The scheduled kick off is set for the 2nd of February 2014 in New Jersey at the MetLife Stadium. It is not too early to decide what and how to bet on the Super Bowl and here are some great bets to consider.
Straight bet on winner of the Super Bowl
Straight bet on winner of the Super Bowl. The teams have yet to be decided but once they have been decided the easiest bet to make is a straight bet on the outcome and who will win Super Bowl 48! – Bet on the Super Bowl at Sportsbook.ag
Bet on the Outcome of the Coin Toss
You can even bet on the outcome of the coin toss on the Super Bowl. Another great way to start making money from the Super Bowl before anyone has even kicked the ball – Bet on the Super Bowl at Sportsbook.ag
Bet on Half-Time Show
You can place several bets, such as what will happen, who will perform during the half-time show. Bet on the Super Bowl at Sportsbook.ag
Who will score the first Touch Down
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Which team will have the highest score by Half Time
Bet on which team will have the highest score at half time on the Super Bowl
Who will score the last Touch Down
Like betting on who will score the first touch down, you can also bet on who will score the last touch down.
What the final Super Bowl score will be
Bet on the final score of the Super Bowl and you can win big money!
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Finally we would like to discuss the different types of Super Bowl Bets available;
Super Bowl betting offers more betting variety than any other sporting event in the world. As the big event draws nearer, you’ll notice that there are dozens of different bets available, which can be somewhat confusing at first. But you can make things a lot less confusing by breaking 2014 Super Bowl bets down into the following main categories:
Point Spreads – This is a very popular style of football bet where you wager on a team covering a given point spread. For example, if the New England Patriots were given a spread of +3.5 in the Super Bowl, they’d need to lose by less than three points or win the game in order for their bettors to win.
Money Line Bets – With a money line (straight-up) bet, you’re only wagering on which team will win the Super Bowl. However, there’s always a favorite so odds are attached to each team to keep betting equal on both sides. For example, if the Giants were the underdog, you might win $2.10 for every $1 wagered; meanwhile, those betting on the favorite might only win $1.50 for every $1 bet.
Over/Unders – Rather than betting on which team will win the 2014 Super Bowl, you could always wager on the combined score of both teams. So if the over/under on the game was 34.5, you could either bet on the two teams scoring more or less than this amount.
Prop Bets – Perhaps the most enticing thing about Super Bowl XLVIII betting will be the large variety of prop bets offered. Some of the wagers you’ll see include wagering on which team will score first, who’ll get in the end zone first, and who the game’s MVP will be. We have mentioned several different prop bets above.
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