Bet on 2023 Super Bowl Online in TN
There’s more money bet on the Super Bowl than any other event in sports. From handshake bets with buddies to the massive betting handle at legal and regulated sportsbooks across the country, billions of dollars are wagered on the Super Bowl every year.
Here’s how you can bet on Super Bowl LVI online right here in Tennessee. You’ll find current futures odds on this year’s Super Bowl champion, live odds on the Big Game and even some essential betting tips for beginners.
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You can bet on the Super Bowl at TN online sportsbooks all year long via the NFL futures market. That means you can bet on any NFL team to win the next Super Bowl during the offseason, preseason, regular season and playoffs.
Find the current Super Bowl odds from top TN sports betting apps in our odds feed below. Click on the odds to jump right to the sportsbook, claim your free bets or bonuses and make your bet.
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As you can see, the NFL futures market only includes moneyline odds on the teams still in contention to win the Super Bowl. There are no “true” favorites to win the Super Bowl before the playoffs are set. That means, for most of the year, you’ll see positive odds in the futures market for all 32 NFL teams.
Of course, the size of that number can vary greatly. But it generally means you’ll almost always get a decent price on most teams, even the teams you consider to be favorites to win it all. The number you see with positive odds represents how much you stand to win, plus your bet back, for every $100 you wager.
How to bet on the Super Bowl online in TN
- iPhone or iPad
- Android phone or tablet
- Desktop or laptop computer
To get started, just follow the three steps below.
Note: If you already have a funded account with a TN online sportsbook you can skip right to Step 3.
1. Sign up
To bet on the Super Bowl with a sportsbook in Tennessee, you have to sign up for an account first. This requires a minimal amount of personal information and takes only minutes. You’ll need to provide your:
- Date of birth
- Last four digits of your Social Security Number
Simply click on anything that says ‘SIGN UP,’ ‘JOIN,’ or ‘REGISTER’ on the sportsbook’s website or through its app. Enter all your information and look for a space to plug in a promo or bonus code. You’ll find those on this site and they’ll ensure you get the best new player bonus available.
Then, just accept any terms and conditions and submit your information. TN online sportsbooks will verify your age using your Social Security digits and verify your location using geolocation technology. After that, you’ll be ready to take the next step towards betting on Super Bowl LV in Tennessee.
2. Use your free bets or deposit
Once you have an account with an online sportsbook in Tennessee, you have to put some money in it to bet on the game. Most sportsbooks have a lot of different deposit methods available. That means everything from cash at certain retail locations, to credit and debit cards, third-party payment processors, and online bank transfers.
Simply click on anything that says ‘DEPOSIT’ or ‘CASHIER’ on the sportsbook or app. Then, pick the most convenient deposit method for you, enter a deposit amount, and follow the prompts.
Most of the time the money will be available immediately and you’ll be ready to take the final step toward betting on Super Bowl LV in Tennessee.
Once you have an account with money in it, betting on the Super Bowl is as simple as browsing through the Super Bowl betting markets and clicking on a line you like. That will instantly create a bet slip where you can plug in the amount you want to bet, add other single bets, or create various parlay bets.
No matter how you structure your wagers, you’ll see the potential payout displayed on the bet slip. If that works for you, simply click on anything that says ‘PLACE BET’ or ‘CONFIRM’ at the bottom of the bet slip to go ahead.
Best Super Bowl odds boosts and promos in TN
TN sportsbooks pull out the big guns when it comes to the Big Game, offering bettors a range of enticing Super Bowl bonuses and promotions.
These promos run the gamut from deposit match bonuses to odds boosts, free games, risk-free bets, and free bets.
If you’re already a bettor at these books, you can expect to find a variety of special odds boosts on everything from same-game parlays to player props.
In addition to these promos and bonuses, a variety of sports betting apps are offering free Super Bowl squares contests, Jackpot Sweepstakes, and Props Pools.
With all that and more, there’s plenty of value for the taking come Super Bowl Sunday.
How to read NFL Super Bowl lines
Let’s imagine the Tennessee Titans won the AFC Championship game and the Seattle Seahawks came out of the NFC to match up in Super Bowl LVI. The betting lines posted for Super Bowl LVI at most sportsbooks would probably look something like this:
- Tennessee Titans +6.5 (-110) +250 O 54.5 (-110)
- Seattle Seahawks -6.5 (-110) -195 U 54.5 (-110)
The first thing you’re looking at is the spread. The odds on spread bets are what you see in brackets beside it.
In this scenario, the Titans are 6.5-point underdogs. That means bets on the Titans will win if they win Super Bowl LVI outright or lose by six points or less. Seattle at -6.5 means spread bets on the Seahawks only win if Seattle wins by a touchdown or more. The -110 odds indicate how much ($110) you’ll have to bet to win $100, plus your bet back.
The next number is called the moneyline. Moneyline betting is about picking winners straight up, with no spread factored in. If you see a number with a plus sign in front of it, you’re looking at the underdog. The number then represents how much you can win for every $100 that you bet.
A $100 bet on the Tennessee Titans at +250, as you see above, would pay $250, plus your $100 back if they won Super Bowl LVI.
If you see a number with a minus sign in front of it, you’re looking at the favorite. The number then represents how much you must bet to possibly win $100, plus your bet back. A $195 bet on the Seattle Seahawks at -195 would pay $100, plus your $195 back if they win Super Bowl LVI.
Finally, you can see the totals line, with the odds on totals bets in brackets beside it. Here, you’re betting that the total combined score by both teams will end up over or under that number. Once again, the odds tell you how much you need to bet to win $100, plus your bet back.
Here we have a totals line of 54.5 which means overs will win when the Tennessee Titans and Seattle Seahawks combine to score 55 points or more. Under bets will win when the Tennessee Titans and Seattle Seahawks combine to score 54 points or less. The half-point means there will not be a push, since there are no half points awarded in football.
Most popular types of Super Bowl bets
Major bet types available for the Super Bowl in Tennessee include:
- Moneyline: Here’s where you pick the outright winner of the game, straight up, at currently posted moneyline odds. If the team you bet on wins, you win.
- Point Spread: TN sportsbooks set a line and you pick which team will be ahead at the end of the game with that line factored in. You bet the spread at currently posted moneyline odds and either add the points to the underdog’s total or deduct it from the favorite’s after the final whistle blows to determine the betting winner.
- Over/Under: Bet if the total combined score of both teams will land over or under a line set by TN sportsbooks. You bet the over or under at currently posted moneyline odds.
- Parlays: Here’s where you combine any two or more basic bets into one. Parlays pay better odds than the individual bets will, but you have to win every single bet that’s a part of it.
- Live Betting: Bet on the Super Bowl during the game at odds that change alongside the action. Live betting is designed for TN online and mobile sportsbooks where you can get bets down fast, before the action and the odds change.
- Props: Bet on all those crazy Super Bowl prop bets you’ve heard about or at least some of them. Bets on teams or players to reach certain statistical milestones are props, but so are things like who will win the coin toss, score first, or if there will be a scoreless quarter. Depending on what TN regulators allow, you may even see props on what songs will be featured in the halftime show or if the singer will somehow mess up the national anthem.
- Futures: As seen above; here’s where you bet on who you think will win the Super Bowl at any point before or during the season. The futures odds are adjusted according to the team’s performances on the field, injuries, coaching changes, etc.
Best sports bars to watch the Super Bowl in TN
The Tennessee sports betting market has online and app betting only. That means you won’t be able to go to a retail sportsbook to watch and bet on the Super Bowl in Tennessee.
But it also means you’ll be able to watch and bet on the Super Bowl anywhere you’d like, including the following list of the three best Super Bowl bars in the state. Bring your phone on game day, with any number of TN sports betting apps installed, and you can bet on the Big Game until your heart’s content.
- 105 Broadway
- Nashville, TN 37201
Nashville Underground is on every legitimate list of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Nashville. That’s because the multi-level bar shows the Super Bowl on all it’s 40-plus TV screens, including the massive LED dance floor. There’s also Super Bowl food and drink specials.
High Point Pub
- 477 High Point Terrace ste b
- Memphis, TN 38122
High Point Pub has been running its annual Super Bowl Sunday Funday party for close to 30 years, making it one of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Memphis. There’s fun, food, drinks, and football. With your favorite TN mobile sports betting app installed on your phone, what more do you need?
- 242 Morrell Road
- Knoxville TN, 37919
Drake’s Knoxville has emerged as one of the best places to watch the Super Bowl in Knoxville. “Come Play,” as they say. Last year Drake’s Super Sunday Dine + Dash Super Bowl promo saw patrons walk away with a $25 gift card for every $25 they spent on food on game day. Plus it was 1/2 off beer towers all day.
And if you’d rather watch the game from home, check out our list of top Super Bowl foods to serve up if you’re in Tennessee.
Guide to Super Bowl prop bets
Prop bets are where Super Bowl betting fun gets going, as you can bet on the games within the game—and even some outside of it. That usually means betting on teams and players to hit, or not hit, specific statistical milestones during the game. Of course, come Super Bowl Sunday, it can also mean betting on all kinds of unusual props surrounding the Super Bowl and Super Bowl festivities.
This year’s Super Bowl props include:
- Team to score first
- Type of score
- Player to score first
- Total TD passes and passing yards for each quarterback
- Yards and TDS for each running back
- Total touchdowns
- Coin toss winner
- Coin toss outcome
- Player to correctly call coin toss outcome
What are the best bets for the Super Bowl?
There’s so much to bet on with regards to the Super Bowl it’s hard to pinpoint the best bets. That said, here are three bets you might want to have a good look at for the Big Game:
1. Super Bowl moneyline
Betting the Super Bowl moneyline is so easy it has to be considered one of the best Super Bowl bets. You simply pick the winner of the game and lock in your bet at the currently posted moneyline odds.
Unfortunately, payouts can be low on big favorites and you may have to lay out a big sum to win a small one. That’s why you should always look for Super Bowl odds boost promos to help you out. Also, if you like the underdog, make sure you shop around for the best price to ensure betting on an upset pays off.
Let’s imagine it’s Titans vs. Seahawks in the Super Bowl. The moneyline might say Seahawks -125 and Titans +105.
That means if you bet Seattle to win, you’ll have to bet $125 to win $100, plus your bet back. It also means every $100 you bet on the Titans will get you $105, plus your bet back.
2. Super Bowl MVP favorites
Over the past ten years, the winning QB has won the Super Bowl MVP award more than double any other position.
In other words, betting on a QB to win Super Bowl MVP is a good idea, particularly since you should be able to get some pretty decent odds on these bets when the market first opens. The thing is, sportsbooks rarely make anyone an odds-on favorite to win the award, so there’s a decent price to be had on just about anyone.
3. Super Bowl Prop: Will anyone score in the last three and a half minutes?
Here’s a unique prop that had hit in six straight Super Bowls before last year and 22 of the past 28:
If the game is expected to be a blowout you might even get some decent odds on either team to score in the last three and a half minutes.
Then, just hope it’s closer than expected, and someone scores late, just like the Chiefs did in 2020, sealing a comeback win with a TD with less than two minutes to play.
Super Bowl betting trends & tips
The Super Bowl brings a huge variety of betting options with it. You can’t bet on them all, or at least it doesn’t make sense to, so you’re going to have to make some tough choices.
Start by having a look at the most popular Super Bowl bets, including the point spread, moneyline, and totals. Then, look at the stats surrounding these bets to see if there are any trends you can capitalize on.
What you’ll find is that favorites are 28-25-2 against the spread in the history of the Super Bowl. That may be enough of an edge to make betting the point spread favorite profitable.
The favorite is also 37-18 straight up in these Super Bowls, suggesting the moneyline favorite is also a good bet. Just be careful of pricing here, as the big risk may not be worth the small reward on Super Bowl moneyline favorites.
Finally, you’ve got the over/under, which it ends up as a bit of a toss-up. In the past 56 Super Bowl games, the over has come in 26 times and the under 29.
Of course, the stats won’t show you much of an edge here, and you might have to take a big risk for a very small reward even if you find one. That means you need to dig into researching the two Super Bowl teams to find great betting opportunities.
Oftentimes, this means betting props when you find good prices on the bets your research tells you to place. Look closely at all the positional matchups, recent play, quality of postseason opponents, and the odds on all player and team props and these opportunities should present themselves.
You can also look around for opinions on the teams and just about every Super Bowl betting line available. Just make sure you get this information from trusted sources. Then, keep in mind these three basic Super Bowl betting tips:
- Take it easy: The easiest way to bet on the Super Bowl is to pick one team and bet them on the moneyline. If they win, you win. It’s that simple.
- Reading is fundamental: There’s so much Super Bowl content created ahead of the game it’s almost impossible to miss. Just read everything you can about the teams in the Super Bowl before you bet on one. It’s well-researched bets that find success.
- Just browsing: Sign up for every TN online and mobile sportsbook you can. Then, browse through Super Bowl betting markets ahead of the game. You’ll get to see what kind of markets are available and maybe even do a little line shopping.
Event details for Super Bowl LVII
- Super Bowl Sunday: Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023
- Kickoff: 6:30 p.m. ET
- Place: State Farm Stadium, Glendale, AZ
- Network: FOX
- Online Streaming: Fubo TV, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue, YouTube TV
Top Super Bowl blunders
Super Bowls aren’t always trophies and roses. Here are the top Big Game blunders in Super Bowl history:
1. Carroll passes on Marshawn
The Seattle Seahawks had the ball on the Patriots one-yard line, down 28-24, on 2nd down, with 20 seconds left. They had two timeouts and legendary RB Marshawn Lynch, one of the NFL’s best bets to score from the one.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called a pass, Malcolm Butler intercepted it and the Pats won. Carroll is still around, but Seahawks fans crucified him for not handing the ball to Marshawn and his role in one of the Super Bowl’s biggest blunders.
2. Panthers kick it out of bounds
The Carolina Panthers tied up Super Bowl XXXVIII against the New England Patriots at 29-29 with just over a minute to play. Then, kicker Jon Kasay kicked off out of bounds.
Tom Brady and the Pats got the ball at the 40 and went on to kick a game-winning 41-yard field goal, making Kasay the man to blame for one of the Super Bowl’s biggest blunders.
3. The Packers’ matador defense
The Green Bay Packers let the Denver Broncos waltz in the endzone for the go-ahead TD from the one-yard line with under two minutes to play in Super Bowl XXXII.
The plan was to leave enough time on the clock for a game-tying drive. When that failed, the Broncos won the Super Bowl and Green Bay was responsible for one of the Super Bowl’s biggest blunders.
4. Lett’s touchdown turned touchback
This would have topped the list had the Dallas Cowboys not beat the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXVII.
Still, Cowboys defensive lineman Leon Lett returning a fumble recovery for a would-be touchdown, then celebrating early enough to let Don Beebe knock the ball out of his hands before he reached the end zone, is one of the Super Bowl’s biggest blunders.
3. Norwood wide right
Sure, the Buffalo Bills lost three consecutive Super Bowls, but it all started with the Super Bowl’s biggest blunder. With the New York Giants leading 20-19 late in the fourth quarter, Bills kicker Scott Norwood lined up for a 47-yard field goal to win the game.
It went wide right, the Giants won, and even though they returned to the Super Bowl the next year, and the year after that, the Bills never recovered.
Super Bowl FAQ
Betting on the Super Bowl is perfectly legal in Tennessee, as long as you bet with a licensed and regulated Tennessee online and mobile sportsbook. The state legalized sports gambling in 2020 and the first licensed TN online sportsbooks and mobile sports betting apps now live.
FOX has the broadcast rights to Super Bowl LVII. That means all TN FOX affiliates will carry the game.
Remember the Titans? Or at least when the Titans made it to Super Bowl XXXIV?
It was the year of the Music City Miracle when the Titans won the AFC Championship game on a kickoff return that featured a huge lateral and 75-yard run with just seconds left.
It marked the Titans’ only Super Bowl appearance to date, and they fell short in the big game, losing 23-16 to the St. Louis Rams.
There’s never been a Super Bowl in Nashville where the Tennessee Titans play. There isn’t likely to be one there either until they build a fancy new stadium with a much bigger capacity, renovate some of the old hotels in town and build new ones, or find a way to make the weather a little more tropical in February.
The Vegas odds on the Super Bowl are the odds you’ll find on the game at Las Vegas Sportsbooks. The ones that had a decades-long head start on the rest of the country’s legal sports betting scene. The Super Bowl betting odds you’ll find at TN sportsbooks are pretty much the same as the Vegas odds. It’s when the lines move at different sportsbooks that you’ll find differences.