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2023 Super Bowl Spread: What is the Betting Line?

What is the betting line for Super Bowl LVII in Arizona? The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs face off in the Super Bowl on February 12, 2023. What is the point spread and betting line? Let's take a look.
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Super Bowl Odds: What is The Betting Line?

The NFC and AFC Championship games were a bit up and down, but in the end it was the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs that booked their trips to the Super Bowl in Arizona this year.

In the NFC, the Eagles took down the 49ers with relative ease, but it certainly helped that San Francisco didn't have a QB that could throw a forward pass for almost half the game. But, that's what can happen when facing the most dangerous pass rush in the NFL.

As for the Chiefs, they got the monkey off their back and finally beat Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals. There was some outrage from Bengals fans following a questionable decision to replay a crucial 3rd and nine.

But, none of that matters. All that matters is that we're seeing the Chiefs and Eagles in the Super Bowl. But, what is the betting line for this year's Super Bowl?

Below, we'll go over everything you need to know about betting on Super Bowl LVII between the Chiefs and Eagles.

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Super Bowl Odds: What is the current moneyline?

Currently, with almost two weeks to go until the Super Bowl, the Philadelphia Eagles are favored on the moneyline. Right now, the moneyline odds have the Eagles as -118 favorites, meaning you can bet $118 on the Eagles to collect $218.

As for the Chiefs, their moneyline odds sit at +105, meaning a $100 bet on the Chiefs would return $205.

Super Bowl Odds: What is the betting line?

The betting line, or point spread, for Super Bowl 57 is close, just as the moneyline odds are. The Philadelphia Eagles opened as underdogs, but are currently 1.5-point favorites in Arizona.

Super Bowl Odds: What is the total points line?

The current total for Super Bowl 57 actually depends on where you look. The total opened at 49.5 immediately after the AFC Championship game. However, lots of money came in on the over and the total has moved to 50.5 in some places. You can bet on the over 49.5 at -110 and the under 50.5 at -125.

Super Bowl Odds: What props can I wager on?

Prop betting is the absolute best part about the Super Bowl. There is never a shortage of props to bet on in an NFL game, but the sportsbooks take it to another level for the Super Bowl. You can bet on things like the coin toss result, the result of the opening kick-off, if the final play of the game will be a kneel down and much more.

Another fun prop market is the anytime TD scorer market. Right now, at Chiefs TE Travis Kelce is the favorite to find the end zone at +100.

Super Bowl Odds: Who will win the Super Bowl?

No one knows for sure who will win, but if you trust the sportsbooks then the Eagles will be lifting their second Lombardi Trophy in five years. Their moneyline odds imply a 54.1% chance they win.

Who will win Super Bowl MVP?

Super Bowl MVP is an award that is usually given to QBs. So, both teams' QBs are at the top of the board when it comes to Super Bowl MVP. But, here is the top five when it comes to Super Bowl MVP odds.

PlayerOddsImplied chance
Jalen Hurts+11047.6%
Patrick Mahomes+13043.5%
Travis Kelce+12007.7%
AJ Brown+13007.1%
Devonta Smith+24004%

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What are the best Super Bowl offers?

There are tons of great Super Bowl LVII betting offers. As a matter of fact, we have over $5,000 in free bets just waiting to be claimed here.

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Super Bowl Odds: Can you bet on the coin toss?

As I mentioned before, betting on prop bets is one of the best parts of the Super Bowl. The most popular prop bet to bet on is the coin toss. You can back either heads or tails and come away a winner before the opening kick even flies through the air.

How to bet on the Super Bowl

The best way to bet on the Super Bowl is by using OddsChecker. We show you where you can get the best value from all the most popular sportsbooks.

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Super Bowl predictions

Over the next two weeks, you will find a ton of Super Bowl picks and predictions from the best handicappers on our NFL picks page.

Where is the Super Bowl?

This year's Super Bowl, Super Bowl LVII, is played in Glendale, Arizona at State Farm Stadium. During the season, it's home to the Arizona Cardinals.

Where can I watch the Super Bowl?

This year's Super Bowl is broadcast on FOX. It will be played on Sunday., February 12 and the opening kick-off is set for 6:30 pm ET.

Who is doing the Super Bowl halftime show?

The halftime show will be starring none other than Rihanna. Fans have been waiting for new music to be released from Rihanna for years, but they'll settle for a live performance in front of millions.

Super Bowl picks

Over the next two weeks, you will find a ton of picks on the game including against-the-spread picks, player props, and more on our site. Click here for Super Bowl picks

Super Bowl Betting Info

TeamPoint SpreadMoneyline OddsTotal
Philadelphia Eagles-1.5-118Over 49.5
Kansas City Chiefs+1.5+100Under 49.5

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Brian is a sports journalist with close to ten years of experience in the business. A lifelong Philadelphia sports fan with a passion for all things sports gambling.


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