DraftKings Same Game Parlay: Super Bowl 58 Picks and How to Bet

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Super Bowl same-game parlays make a fun and exciting way to watch the game. It’s also a way for bettors to win more money.

DraftKings’ Same Game Parlays combine multiple outcomes from the same event. They are a series of bets combined into a single wager. You must win on every parlay play to cash in.

At DraftKings, all Super Bowl odds are easily found on its home page. Add your selections from the Super Bowl to your betslip or use the Same Game Parlay Bet Builder to bet a same-game parlay.

You often will know if you win before the game’s conclusion on the same game parlays. You can get better odds for a bigger payout by combining more bets — but the risk increases since each selection must win. DraftKings does not offer a cash-out option on SGPs. 

How to Bet a Same Game Parlay

To make a same-game parlay at DraftKings Sportsbook, a bettor must wager on at least two selections from the same game.

You can combine a variety of Super Bowl prop bets on individuals or team performances, plus the point spread, points over/under, and moneylines.

DraftKings Same Game Parlay Recommendations

Here are three same-game parlay picks we like for Super Bowl 58.

Travis Kelce (KC TE) – Over 6.5 Receptions | Live:

Kelce is Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ favorite receiver. In the AFC Championship Game against Baltimore, Kelce was targeted 11 times and he made 11 receptions for 116 yards and one touchdown. When Mahomes’ protection breaks down, he looks toward Kelce, who had 93 catches for 984 yards during the regular season.

Expect Kelce to be targeted early on a short, safe pass from Mahomes. Such a play might help with the expected Super Bowl jitters. In the regular season, San Francisco ranked 14th in pass defense, allowing 214.2 yards per game.

In Mahomes and Kelce, the Chiefs have one of the most potent pass combinations in NFL history. San Francisco’s defense struggled against Jared Goff and Detroit, allowing 25 completions in the NFC title game, and the Lions had several costly drops.

Grabbing seven passes for Kelce seems like a good bet.

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Brock Purdy (SF QB) – Over 11.5 rushing yards | Live:

Purdy isn’t the league’s fastest or most mobile quarterback, but he knows when to run the ball.

In the NFC title game against Detroit, Purdy ran the ball five times for 48 yards — twice for key first downs during the 49ers’ second-half comeback. Purdy’s longest rush was 21 yards. He was San Francisco’s second-leading rusher behind Christian McCaffrey (20 carries for 90 yards).

Expect Purdy to run when necessary against the hard-charging Chiefs defense and to gain the prop amount on the ground.

Chiefs +2 – Live:

We like the Chiefs to win the game outright. Getting the two points is a bonus. Patrick Mahomes is a generational quarterback — the best in the NFL right now and historically making his mark.

Mahomes and the Chiefs already have won two Super Bowls under coach Andy Reid. Kansas City has been there, and under Reid’s coaching, we expect a focused, tactical game plan that best employs Mahomes’ skills.

Kansas City’s defense was ranked 11th in the NFL in the regular season. The Chiefs allowed 328.2 yards per game. The Chiefs only allowed 17.2 points per game, second in the NFL. Kansas City held Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens to 10 points in the AFC title game.

San Francisco certainly could have lost both of its playoff games. The 49ers needed fourth-quarter rallies to get past Green Bay and Detroit. The Lions held a 24-7 halftime lead. Does that mean San Francisco is a team of destiny, with its late-game heroics? Or are the 49ers just getting by?

The Chiefs are a better team than Green Bay and Detroit, with more talent on both sides of the ball.

What Would a DraftKings SGP Win?

At the time of publishing, odds would add up to +600 for this DraftKings SGP. If all three of these selections win, the profit would be $600 with a $100 wager. Your odds and prop amounts may vary when creating a SGP.

More Super Bowl Specials at DraftKings

DraftKings may offer “Same Game Parlay Insurance” during the Super Bowl. For now, a daily offer is given to users to complete a 3+ leg SGP (minimum -300 odds), and if one leg loses, that bet is given back as bonus bets. The amount of initial stake given back will vary based on the customer.

Check all promos during the week leading to the Super Bowl to see all retention offers. Other specials could include limited odds boosts, deposit matches, and profit boost randomizers.


About the Author
Chuck Bausman

Chuck Bausman

Sports Betting Writer
Chuck Bausman is a sports betting writer at Gaming Today. Bausman has worked 30+ years in journalism and is a former executive sports editor of the Philadelphia Daily News and managing editor of Philly Hockey Now. He is a journalism professor at Rider University.

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