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2023 Super Bowl Odds: How is Super Bowl Betting Looking In Your State?

Here at Oddschecker we track sports odds and betting in 21 states. How is your state betting on the Super Bowl? Kyle Newman is here to break it down.
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2023 Super Bowl Odds: How is Super Bowl Betting Looking In Your State?

OddsChecker tracks odds and betting in 21 states. In 17 of those 21, the Chiefs are the betting favorites. Yep, only four states are currently betting on the Eagles to come out on top come to Super Bowl Sunday.

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  • Date: Sunday, February 12, 2022
  • Start Time: 6:30 pm ET
  • TV Coverage: FOX

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2023 Super Bowl Odds

As things stand, the Eagles are the slight favorites on the moneyline at -120 or an implied 54.5% chance to win the Super Bowl. With the Chiefs at +105 or an implied 48.8% chance to win the Super Bowl.

But even with the odds tight, bettors are still backing the underdogs. The Eagles are only being favored in Pennsylvania, 66% of bets, New Jersey, 55% of bets, Ohio, 53% of bets, and Maryland, 52% of bets. To put that into perspective, the Chiefs are getting 86% of bets in Kansas, 65% of bets in Iowa, 61% of bets in New Hampshire, and 60% of bets in Illinois. So, there’s a pretty huge gap on the moneyline.

Interestingly, the reverse is true when looking at spread betting. The Eagles are the most bet on when betting on the spread, Eagles -1.5, in 20 of the 21 states. The only state where the Chiefs are getting the most bets is Kansas with 79% of bets. Meanwhile, the Eagles are getting 85% of bets in Pennsylvania, 79% of bets in West Virginia, and 78% of bets in New Jersey.

The betting here is interesting. It’s wild to see such a huge disparity in the betting on the spread and the moneyline. For example, in New Hampshire, the Eagles have 39% of bets on the moneyline, but 66% of bets on the spread. A near 30-point swing depending on the market. Only time will tell who’s right, will it be the spread bettors or the moneyline bettors?

2023 Super Bowl Odds

State% of bets on Spread% of bets on Moneyline
Kansas79% (Chiefs)86% (Chiefs)
Pennsylvania85% (Eagles)66% (Eagles)
Arizona69% (Eagles)55% (Chiefs)
Colorado72% (Eagles)55% (Chiefs)
Connecticut71% (Eagles)53% (Chiefs)
Iowa65% (Eagles)60% (Chiefs)
Illinois62% (Eagles)60% (Chiefs)
Indiana68% (Eagles)57% (Chiefs)
Louisiana68% (Eagles)55% (Chiefs)
Maryland72% (Eagles)52% (Eagles)
Michigan73% (Eagles)55% (Chiefs)
New Hampshire66% (Eagles)61% (Chiefs)
New Jersey78% (Eagles)55% (Eagles)
New York68% (Eagles)54% (Chiefs)
Ohio74% (Eagles)53% (Eagles)
Oregon73% (Eagles)58% (Chiefs)
Tennessee74% (Eagles)54% (Chiefs)
Virginia69% (Eagles)54% (Chiefs)
West Virginia79% (Eagles)52% (Chiefs)
Wyoming74% (Eagles)56% (Chiefs)

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