Super Bowl coin toss bets
How To Bet On The Super Bowl Coin Toss
Odds are now available for the Super Bowl LVI coin toss from almost every sportsbook in the United States. As it is a 50/50 decision, oddsmakers have priced both heads and tails at -103. That means that if you bet $103 on the result to be heads and it is correct, you will win $100 along with the return of your $103 stake.
All major sportsbooks carry odds for the Super Bowl coin toss, and that includes FanDuel Sportsbook, DraftKings, BetMGM, Caesars, PointsBet, and BetRivers.
This year’s Super Bowl will see a tremendous matchup between two unlikely opponents, as the Los Angeles Rams prepare to take on the Cincinnati Bengals.
Super Bowl Coin Toss Previous Results & Trends
In the history of the Super Bowl, the coin toss has resulted in tails being called 28 times and heads appearing 27 times. That is in part down to the dominance of tails over the years, with that result appearing in 6 of the past 8 Super Bowls.
Another interesting fact to note is that the last 7 “winners” of the coin toss have all gone on to lose the Super Bowl itself. The last team to win the coin toss and lift the Vince Lombardi Trophy was the Seattle Seahawks in 2014 in Super Bowl 48, when they defeated the Denver Broncos 43-8.
Below is a list of the Super Bowl coin toss results since 2010:
2022 Super Bowl coin toss odds
Super Bowl Coin Toss odds are available from almost every sportsbook in America. The most popular of those are FanDuel Sportsbook, DraftKings, BetMGM and Caesars. If you are new to betting, then make sure you take advantage of all the great sign-up offers these oddsmakers offer, which can include up to $1,000 in free bets! Head over to our Free Bets page to find all the best sportsbook offers.
As the Super Bowl coin toss is a 50/50 decision, almost every sportsbook has both sides priced at -104, including FanDuel. That means that if you bet $104, you will win $100 plus your $104 stake back.
2022 Super Bowl coin toss picks and predictions
Of course, betting on the coin toss is a game of chance, as it is literally a coin flip, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have an informed view on what you think will happen. Tails has been the dominant call in recent years, and despite the result being heads in the game between the Chiefs and Buccaneers last year, I’m going with tails to be the result. Sure it’s a 50/50 split, but something tells me that we’re not done seeing a rush of tails calls just yet.