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The 10 Weirdest Super Bowl 2023 Props

Daniel Coyle

by Daniel Coyle in NFL Football

Feb 7, 2023 · 4:19 PM PST

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Feb 7, 2023; Phoenix, AZ, USA; The helmets of the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles prior to Super Bowl 57 at State Farm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
  • Super Bowl 57 would not be complete without a deep dive into the hundreds of betting props available
  • In addition to game and player props, sports bettors can also take advantage of an array of exotic props
  • Here’s a look at the weirdest Super Bowl props available ahead of Sunday’s matchup at State Farm Stadium

The countdown continues to Sunday’s kickoff of Super Bowl 57. With just days remaining before the big game, the Philadelphia Eagles have managed to maintain their edge as 1.5-point favorites in the Super Bowl odds.

But looking past the game line odds for Sunday night’s between the Eagles and the AFC champion Kansas City Chiefs at State Farm Stadium, sports betting fans can get in on a wide array of bets, props, and Super Bowl betting promotions that cover all aspects of Super Sunday, both on and off the gridiron.

So, if you are looking for Super Bowl game props and exotics, we’ve got you covered with the top 10 weirdest Super Bowl 2023 bets. Keep in mind, while these Super Bowl props are plenty of fun, they are for entertainment purposes only. For more info on current props and game line odds, check out these US betting sites.

1) Coin Toss

No popular Super Bowl props bet roundup would be complete without a look at the coin toss. As expected, both heads and tails are deadlocked at or around even money, depending on where you shop. But is the Super Bowl coin toss really a 50/50 proposition? The short answer is, pretty much. Be sure

Super Bowl Coin Toss Odds

Result Odds
Heads +100
Tails +100

In each of the past two editions of the Super Bowl, the coin toss has turned up heads. However, over the course of the big game’s 56-year history, it is Tails that holds a narrow advantage, going 29-27. Tails has also prevailed in each of the past three Super Bowls held in the Arizona desert. If you need to make this bet, please be sure to wager at a site like DraftKings Sportsbook, that is offering no juice +100 odds for both outcomes.

2) Andy Reid Loves His Burgers

Chiefs bench boss Andy Reid is already creating a buzz ahead of his fourth career appearance at the Super Bowl as a head coach. The colorful Reid has developed a reputation for flashy clothes and tasty burgers, which has not been lost in this year’s crazy bets on the Super Bowl.

Andy Reid Special

Will  Burger or Cheeseburger Be Said By Andy Reid During His Postgame Interview

Reid made headlines by celebrating the Chiefs’ victory at Super Bowl 54 with “the biggest cheeseburger you’ve ever seen”. And while he is likely a longshot to scarf down a burger on the broadcast props for Super Bowl 57, he may utter the words “burger’ or “cheeseburger” during his post-game interview.


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3) Beers and Dogs

Sunny skies and temperatures approaching 70 degrees are in the forecast for Super Sunday, making it perfect weather for beer and hot dogs. With over 63,000 fans expected to jam into State Farm Stadium for Super Bowl 57, concessions staff will need to stay on their toes if the OVER is to hit in some of these Super Bowl novelty props betting markets.

Hot Dogs and Beer Odds

Number of Beers Sold at State Farm Stadium
Over / Under 114,999.5
Number of Hot Dogs Sold at State Farm Stadium
Over / Under 16,999.5

4) Drake Curse

Fans of both the Chiefs and Eagles are quietly hoping that Drake will take a pass on wagering on Sunday’s big game. The Canadian rapper has developed a reputation for making bad picks, and just being bad luck to have around, ahead of a big game. That is a trend that continued in December when the “Started from the Bottom” singer hit rock bottom by picking France to earn the win in the FIFA World Cup final.

Drake reportedly redeemed himself with a $2 million payout after taking Kansas City to earn the win in the AFC championship, but much to the chagrin of Chiefs Nation, he’s expected to show up at Sunday’s game wearing KC colors.

5) Kelce Brothers

This year’s edition of the Super Bowl features a clash of brothers, as Travis Kelce leads the Chiefs into action against older brother Jason Kelce and the Eagles. Accordingly, the brothers and their parents are the focus of a number of Super Bowl exotic props.

Kelce Brothers Props

Who Will be Shown First After Kickoff
Kelce’s mother (Donna)
Kelce’s Father (Ed)
Both at same time

It’s a safe bet that the two brothers will share a hug at the end of Sunday’s contest, regardless of who emerged victorious. The attention they have received ahead of Sunday’s contest also makes it a safe bet that the Kelce brothers facing off against each will be mentioned OVER 1.5 times during the broadcast.

However, it is their mother Donna Kelce who holds a slight edge over husband Ed as +110 bet to be the first Kelce parent shown on camera after kickoff, while the odds of both Mom and Dad getting on camera at the same time sit at -155.

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6) Who Will the Super Bowl MVP Mention First?

One of the oldest and most popular of all Super Bowl props focuses on who the Super Bowl MVP will mention first in his post-game speech. A year ago, Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Cooper Kupp was at a loss for words before finally thanking God in his postgame remarks, bucking a trend that has seen past winners typically thank their teammates.

Super Bowl MVP Speech Odds

Who Will MVP Mention First in Post-Game Speech Odds
Team/teammates -125
City/Fans +175
Family +225
God +575
Coaches +1500
Team Owner +5000

That trend is expected to continue this year, with the odds of the MVP thanking teammates perched as short as -125. But with the top of the Super Bowl MVP odds dominated by devout Christians, Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes, God offers tons of value as a +575 bet.

7) Will the Lights Go Out?

This year’s Super Bowl will mark the 10th anniversary of the lights going out at the Superdome in New Orleans at Super Bowl 47; an event that has made wagering on in-game power failures a staple of Super Bowl betting ever since.

This time around, the odds of the lights staying on at State Farm Stadium are understandably short at -25500. But given the widespread and still unexplained power outages that impacted thousands of customers in areas just south of Phoenix just days ago, value bettors looking to take a flyer might want to consider the +3300 odds available favoring history repeating itself.

8) Check Your Investments

The stock market and cryptocurrencies have taken investors on a wild roller coaster ride over the year that passed since Super Bowl 56. Both the Dow Jones Industrial Average and Bitcoin experienced sharp losses before closing out 2022 on year-ending rallies.

Super Bowl Bitcoin Odds

What Will Happen to the Price of Bitcoin (BTC) During the Super Bowl?
Price goes up
Price goes down

For Bitcoin, the upward trend is expected to continue on Sunday, with our odds favoring a rise in price during the Super Bowl. Both Ethereum and Ripple are also expected to see a price boost, with a bet on those tokens making gains also at short odds.

And while there is no trading on game day, the Dow Jones is also favored as a -170 to be up at close on Monday February 13. That is in line with the infamous theory known as the Super Bowl Predictor that suggests the market will rally in the wake of an NFC team winning the Super Bowl.

9) Joe Biden

US President Joe Biden is scheduled to be interviewed before game time. Not immune to on-air gaffes, and faced with myriad issues both international and domestic, their should be plenty of topics to discuss with the Commander-in-Chief. In fact, with an approval rating of just over 43% to start February, Biden can use all the help he can get .

Joe Biden Super Bowl Odds

Length of Biden’s Pre-game Interview
UNDER 4.5 minutes
OVER 4.5 minutes
Biden’s Approval Rating on Monday February 13
OVER 43.5%
UNDER 43.5%

We favor him keeping his pre-game chat UNDER 4.5 minutes. You could also bet on some topical words he may say during the speech such as  “jobs”, “Ukraine” and “diversity”. While Biden is reportedly backing the Eagles, the comments he makes are not expected to hurt his already flagging popularity, with the odds of his approval rating cracking 43.5 on February 13 being favored.

10) Donald Trump

Super Bowl 57 may well be remembered as one of those rare moments when he and current president Joe Biden actually agree on something, in public. Never one to shy away from offering an opinion, Trump is listed as -133 bet to hit paydirt with his prediction of an Eagles win on Sunday night.

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