Super Bowl Parlays 2023
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The home of our Super Bowl Parlays picks. The Same Game Parlay has been one of the fastest-growing, most popular bet choices in sports betting, and it’s easy to see why. Our expert team selects the top plays to combine into a big odds Super Bowl parlay. With so many Super Bowl Prop Bets, Odds, and other Super Bowl Predictions available, you won’t be short of choice when making a Super Bowl Same Game Parlay. Check out our experts’ top Super Bowl parlay play as well as all of our other Super Bowl Picks.
Super Bowl Parlay and Super Bowl Same Game Parlay Explained
A Parlay in the traditional sense is a bet where you combine multiple picks from different matches to form one wager, where all selections must win for the ticket to cash. The best part of a parlay is the increased odds, by combining your selections’ odds together you can win big from a smaller stake, but increased odds equals increased risk. Where a Super Bowl Parlay differs is the fact it is only one game. Traditionally you couldn’t parlay picks on one game, aside from occasionally on the spread and totals markets, with some sportsbooks offering odds about the 2-pick parlay. The addition of Same Game Parlays, however, has completely changed the way people wager on individual games with it now possible to parlay prop bets and wagers from within the same game. For example, you can now combine a team to cover the spread, the total points to be over the line, and a player to score a touchdown anytime in the Super Bowl.
Why Bet A Super Bowl Parlay
One of the main reasons people like to wager on a Super Bowl Parlay is for fun. It’s a bet where you can dream of winning big from even the smallest stakes.
Same Game Parlays, also known as One Game Parlays or Single Game Parlays depending on which sportsbook you use are relatively new, but have become a go-to bet for NFL bettors and the possibility of a Super Bowl parlay is an exciting one.
The odds are one of the main reasons to bet a Super Bowl Parlay, with every selection you add multiplying with one another, you can quickly see huge odds for your parlay. Obviously, with this, every selection you add, the parlay becomes more difficult to hit as all selections must win for your Super Bowl Parlay to cash, so finding that balance is key.
One bonus of a Super Bowl parlay is being able to correlate your picks. By that, we mean to bet on outcomes that will likely affect one another. For example, if you are betting on a Quarterback to throw for over 280 yards, why not also combine the top receiver to score a TD and the team to win. If the Quarterback has a great game, the team will be in a good spot, and his top receivers will also have likely benefitted. By wagering these all together in a Super Bowl parlay you multiply the odds of each selection, to wager on the all happening at greater odds.
How To Win a Super Bowl Parlay Bet
Parlay bets are becoming increasingly popular, and with the addition of Same Game Parlays. The Super Bowl Parlay is set to be the next big thing in NFL betting.
A Super Bowl Parlay is a lucrative betting opportunity, with each selection increasing the total odds and potential payout. However, with increased odds comes increased difficulty so it’s a fine balance, as with all parlays, you must hit on each selection for the bet to cash.
Our expert handicappers have put together our three best tips for creating your Super Bowl Parlay and any parlay in general to maximize your chances of winning long term.
- Stick to 2, 3, or 4 selection parlays – While a huge 10-selection Super Bowl parlay is great fun and will have huge returns, realistically they’re extremely tough to hit. Sticking to a few of your top picks is a much more effective way to lock in a profit as your main wager.
- Shop around for odds – More pertinent to traditional multi-game parlays, but it’s increasingly a factor now in Super Bowl Parlays with more sportsbooks offering Same Game Parlays. Currently, FanDuel, BetMGM, and PointsBet offer NFL Same Game Parlays, and each will have different odds and lines for their props. While there is often only a marginal difference, with multiple selections those marginal differences add up across the entire Super Bowl Parlay.
- Correlate your Super Bowl Parlay Picks – One of the best things about a Super Bowl parlay or Same Game Parlay’s in general, is the ability to correlate your picks. If you think a team has a huge advantage in the passing game for example and will win the game convincingly, you can parlay the team to cover the spread, the overs on the QB’s passing yard lines, as well as the top receivers’ receiving yard line and to score a TD. With one simple thought line or game narrative, if you’re right, they all correlate and are more likely to hit, and at tasty Super Bowl Parlay odds. v
How Do I Bet On A Super Bowl Same Game Parlay
The popularity of the Same Game Parlay continues to grow and now more sportsbooks than ever offer this option, though it could be called a One Game Parlay, or Single Game Parlay. To bet a same game parlay on the Super Bowl you will typically have to find the Super Bowl markets via the main page or through the NFL section. Here there will be an option to create a Same Game Parlay. To Do this, you just add the selections you want, and they’ll combine in your bet slip, where you can add your desired stake and place the bet as you would any regular bet.