What are the Best Super Bowl Squares to Get? Sportsbook Odds Tell the Tale

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There’s a sure-fire way to figure out the best Super Bowl squares to get, and we’re going to tell you how, as the Chiefs and Eagles get set to play tomorrow.

Sportsbooks including Caesars and Circa offer fixed-odds Super Bowl Squares contests. Instead of a random draw, customers are allowed to choose their own combination of numbers and place prop bets on them. The odds for each square reveal the best combinations of numbers, those that are most likely to come in at the end of Super Bowl 57.

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Best Super Bowl Squares to Get Based on Odds

Caesars Sportsbook

Let’s start by looking at the best Super Bowl squares to get based on odds at Caesars Sportsbook.

Super Bowl Squares at CaesarsFull Game Odds
Eagles 0-Chiefs 7+2000
Eagles 7-Chiefs 0+2100
Eagles 7-Chiefs 4+2200
Eagles 0-Chiefs 3+2400
Eagles 3-Chiefs 0+2500
Eagles 4-Chiefs 7+2500
Eagles 3-Chiefs 7+2600
Eagles 6-Chiefs 0+2700
Eagles 0-Chiefs 4+2900
Eagles 4-Chiefs 0+3000

As you can see, the combinations of 0-7 and 7-0 have the lowest odds and highest probability of coming in at the end of the game. At +2000 for Eagles 0-Chiefs 7, there’s a 4.76% implied probability of winning.

Compare that to the dreaded 5-5 combination at odds of +20000, which has an implied probability of winning 0.5% of the time. In fact, that combination has never hit in the 56-year history of the Super Bowl.

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Circa Sports

Circa Sports is a market-making book based in Las Vegas, meaning it’s often the first to post opening odds on NFL games, and when it moves its lines, other books tend to follow. When it opened the Chiefs as a 2.5-point favorite over the Eagles, sharp bettors pounced on the Eagles and flipped the line in favor of Philadelphia.

Take a look at Circa’s odds to help determine the best Super Bowl squares to get for Chiefs vs. Eagles.

Super Bowl Squares at CircaFull Game Odds
Eagles 7-Chiefs 4+1800
Eagles 4-Chiefs 7+1800
Eagles 0-Chiefs 7+2000
Eagles 7-Chiefs 0+2000
Eagles 3-Chiefs 0+2500
Eagles 0-Chiefs 3+2500
Eagles 4-Chiefs 1 +2500
Eagles 1-Chiefs 4+2500
Eagles 4-Chiefs 0+3300
Eagles 0-Chiefs 4+3500

Circa’s lowest odds differ from Caesars, with the 7-4 and 4-7 combinations both priced at +1800. That gives takers a 5.26% chance of winning.

What about the highest odds given at Circa? You guessed it: 5-5! Circa was dealing that combo slightly higher than Caesars at +22500 (0.44% implied probability).

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What Numbers Have Hit in Recent Super Bowls?

The key number of “3” has hit in three of the last five Super Bowls and on four occasions during that span. The Patriots beat the Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl 53. In the previous Super Bowl, the Eagles beat the Patriots, 41-33. Last year, the Rams beat the Bengals, 23-20, to keep the good times rolling for 3.

Odds help determine best Super Bowl squares to get
Odds help determine best Super Bowl squares to get (image by: Rawpixel.com)

In the last decade, the key number of “7” has never been a part of the Super Bowl’s winning square for the final score. That’s fairly remarkable given it’s one of the most prized numbers available based on sportsbook odds. Other numbers absent in the final score for the last 10 Super Bowls include 2, 5, and 6.

Here is the winning Super Bowl square for the final score the past 10 years: 3-0, 1-9, 1-1, 3-3, 1-3, 4-8, 4-0, 8-4, 3-8, and 4-1. The “3” and “1” have both hit on five occasions during that stretch. The “4” has factored in, appropriately enough, four times and “8” has hit three times in the last decade.

There was also a different winning combination of numbers in each of the past 10 Super Bowls.

What does all of this mean? It certainly suggests that “7” is long overdue after hitting in five of six Super Bowls prior to its current 10-year drought. Good luck in your Super Bowl squares contest!

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Kris Johnson

Kris Johnson

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Kris Johnson is a senior writer at Gaming Today with more than 15 years of experience as a sports journalist. Johnson's work has appeared in Sports Business Daily, Sports Business Journal, NASCAR Illustrated, and other publications. He also authored a sports betting novel titled The Endgame.

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