| Sun 04/02/2018 - 06:34 EST

How To Bet On Super Bowl LII: NFL Sportsbooks & Betting Types

How To Bet On Super Bowl LII: NFL Sportsbooks & Betting Types

The Best Super Bowl LII Sportsbooks

If you don’t live in Nevada, you may have difficulty finding a reputable place to place a bet on the Super Bowl. Online sportsbooks have been around for decades, providing legal access to wagering services from most places with access to the internet. The following sportsbooks have been in operation for two or more decades, providing terrific sites to enjoy a piece of the betting action.

Sports Interaction

A Canadian sportsbook sanctioned by the Kahnawake and Jersey commissions, Sports Interaction has been up and running since 1997, providing secure wagering services for Commonwealth countries and other nations around the globe. This online sportsbook provides a bonus for signing up, matching 100% of your first deposit up to $200.

Sports Interaction focuses on delivering the basics through an easy-to-use interface, but they also have a good spread of Super Bowl prop bets and a “Piñata Pick” which pays out 52-1 to the bettor who draws the correct winning margin. 


Bodog’s been in operation since 1994, providing secure wagering services involving all of the major sports leagues. This sportsbook features a solid signup bonus worth $200 dollars, along with a superb mobile app which makes checking out the latest odds and results easy.

The site doesn’t feature high deposit or wagering minimums, nor do they restrict high rollers, allowing players to choose from a wide range of betting amounts. Bodog lists a diverse set of prop bets for Super Bowl LII, giving players more than 1,000 choices of action. There’s also a sweet $100 referral bonus for joining the site with a friend.

William Hill

The Grand Daddy of online sportsbooks, William Hill dates back to the analog age, when bookmakers used pen and paper instead of algorithms. This company’s been around since 1934, spreading from the United Kingdom to across the globe, including a bunch of kiosks in Vegas.

They were the first to release an extensive list of prop bets for Super Bowl LII, including 948 different propositions involving multiple sports, star players and little-known professional athletes. If you know whether the number of Tom Brady TD passes in the Super Bowl will be greater than the amount of Deryk Engelland blocks against the Capitals on February 4th, William Hill’s the place to act on that hunch.


Bet365 is another one of the old school bookies who successfully transitioned to the online sportsbook realm. One of their specialties revolve around live, in-game wagering options, the type which came in handy during last year’s Super Bowl, when some punters earned a strong payout by sticking with the Patriots.

This website serves customers well, but the Bet365 app has transformed into the best method of accessing the sportsbook. In addition to all the usual wagering necessities, the app lets you monitor the score live, even streaming games over your mobile when available.

Different Types Of Super Bowl LII Bets

Ever since William “The Fridge” Perry rumbled to a TD and fulfilled a popular Super Bowl prop, the number of different wagers available for the NFL championship has multiplied. When betting on Super Bowl LII, you’ll have the option of choosing the winner, spread bets, over/unders and props. Outright winners and spreads tend to be the simpler type of wager, while over/unders and props involve specific outcomes within the game.

Straight Up Moneyline

Patriots -180 :: Eagles +150

This type of bet involves predicting the winner of the Super Bowl. A minus moneyline signifies the favorite, while a plus moneyline denotes the underdog. In this case, you’ll win $150 for betting $100 on the Eagles, while the Patriots payout $100 for a $180 bet. 

Point Spread Wager

Patriots -4.5

Betting against the spread focuses on whether the favorite will beat the predicted winning margin. For Super Bowl LII, the Eagles have been a popular spread bet because they’ll pay out if they win the game or lose by four points or less.

Over/Under Total Super Bowl Points

Over/Under 49 points

How many points will be scored in Super Bowl LII? For this matchup, the total over/under sits at 49. If total points scored is 50 or more, the over bet wins, while 48 points or less will result in an under victory. A push results if the game ends up with exactly 49 points.

Prop Bets

You’ll be able to find an incredible variety of prop bets involving individual players, as well as team props. Wagering on Brady throwing three or more TD passes is an example of an individual prop, while the first squad to score points would be referred to as a team prop.


      Category : NFL News

      More articles...
      NFL News - 14/02/20
      All Time Super Bowl Winners 
      All Time Super Bowl Winners

      Watched and wagered on by millions, in Canada, the United States and around the World, the National Football League Super Bowl is the biggest one-day sporting event on the Planet. From past Super Bowl winners, to the most recent NFL Champions, here we review this sports betting phenomenon and list the best football-focused online sportsbooks to bet on the NFL title match.

      NFL News - 31/01/20
      How to make money during Super Bowl 

      From Crazy propositions to Pinata Picks, there are multiple ways to make money during the biggest game of the year.

      NFL News - 31/01/20
      The Top 10 Worst Kickers In NFL History 
      The Top 10 Worst Kickers In NFL History

      The best of the best meet in the Super Bowl in Florida. Before the big game kicks off, let's take a moment to look at the worst of the worst NFL Kickers: these guys make this list for a variety of reasons, but mainly it was their inaccuracy over a prolonged stretch of time that doomed their professional careers.

      NFL News - 14/01/19
      NFL Conference Championship 2019: Favourites Rule 
      NFL Conference Championship 2019: Favourites Rule
      After 17 NFL regular season games and two weekends of NFL playoffs, we are down to the final four teams. The prolific Kansas City Chiefs host the indomitable New England Patriots for the AFC Championship. Meanwhile, the deep New Orleans Saints host the much-improved Los Angeles Rams. Two veteran quarterbacks with championship pedigrees take on up-and-coming superstars. We preview both games complete with NFL odds and NFL scores predictions.