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2023 Super Bowl Odds: What is The Betting Line?

Looking for the latest Super Bowl odds? Jon Conahan previews them with the Super Bowl betting line. Come find out the Super Bowl betting line and odds.
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2023 Super Bowl Odds: What is The Betting Line?

The 2023 Super Bowl is just one day away. Will the Kansas City Chiefs be able to take down the favorite in the Philadelphia Eagles? The books have their thoughts and that's exactly what we're here to discuss. Continue reading below to learn all of the 2023 Super Bowl odds.

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Super Bowl Odds: What is the Current Moneyline?


As we can see from the current Super Bowl moneyline, the Eagles will be coming in as the favorite at -122. Kansas City sits in at +105.

Super Bowl Odds: What is the Betting Line?


The betting line for the 2023 Super Bowl favors Philadelphia at -1.5. This has been the line for more than a week now and unless something drastically changes, Philadelphia should open the game at -1.5.

Super Bowl Odds: What is the Total Points Line?


The Super Bowl total line is currently 51. Bettors can bet either side for -110 (Bet $100 to collect $191).

Super Bowl Odds: What Props Can I Wager on?

The Super Bowl props that you can bet on are unlimited. Some of the markets include receiving, rushing, passing, interceptions, fumbles, sacks, and much more.

Click here to get all of our expert picks as we have a pick for almost every prop offered.

Super Bowl Odds: Who Will Win the Super Bowl?

The 2023 Super Bowl winner is tough to pick due to both of these teams playing at an elite level all season. However, I'm personally playing the Chiefs.

Who Will Win Super Bowl MVP?

The Super Bowl MVP will come from the winning team and will likely be Patrick Mahomes or Jalen Hurts. The Super Bowl MVP odds agree with that given they have the best odds to win the award.

Patrick Mahomes+130
Jalen Hurts+140

What Are the Best Super Bowl offers?

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Super Bowl Odds: Can You Bet on the Coin Toss?

Not only can you bet on nearly every market that you want in terms of players and teams, but you can also bet on the coin toss during the Super Bowl. Tails and heads both have +100 odds.

How to Bet on the Super Bowl

The best way to bet on the Super Bowl is with Oddschecker. We have you covered with bonuses and expert picks to help you win big.

Super Bowl Predictions

Looking for Super Bowl predictions? Click here and read all of our best predictions from plenty of different handicappers.

Where is the Super Bowl?

The 2023 Super Bowl will be played in Glendale, Arizona, at the State Farm Stadium. Although both teams are very far from Arizona, we can expect that they will travel well.

Where Can I Watch the Super Bowl?

The 2023 Super Bowl will be on FOX. The game starts at 6:30 pm ET.

What Are the Best Super Bowl Free Bets?

OddsChecker has you covered with more free bets than you will even know what to do with!

Who is Doing the Super Bowl Halftime Show?

Rihanna will be performing the 2023 Super Bowl halftime show. Funny enough, you can actually bet on her props as well, including which song she will open up with.

Super Bowl Picks

You can find plenty of picks on the Super Bowl, including against-the-spread picks, player props, and much more here on OddsChecker. Click here for Super Bowl picks.

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An Editor and Analyst for OddsChecker, Jon Conahan has been covering all major sports since 2019. He is a 2022 graduate of the Bellisario School of Journalism at Penn State University and previously played D1 baseball.


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