Football fans have plenty of options when it comes to betting on Super Bowl 58 this weekend, from novelty props to Super Bowl MVP odds to Super Bowl squares and more. One of the best ways to secure a big payout is to win a parlay bet, a multi-leg wager with more risk and a higher reward. Here, we break down the best FanDuel Super Bowl parlay bets for Chiefs vs. 49ers, so get ready to place your Super Bowl SGP at FanDuel with the recommendations below.
How to Bet On FanDuel Super Bowl Parlays
All of the top NFL betting apps offer parlays, including Same Game Parlays (involving multiple bets in the same contest), and FanDuel is no exception. To find the parlay options available at FanDuel for Super Bowl 58, visit FanDuel Sportsbook and head over to its Super Bowl page. From there, pick any bet that tempts you. From traditional bets like total, moneyline, and spread to exotic props like what color Gatorade will be the first to be poured on the winning coach, bettors have a ton of options to choose from.
Once you’ve added one bet to your betting slip, you have the option to either place that bet or add additional plays to make it a parlay. As you add bets to make it a two-or-more-leg parlay, you’ll notice that the odds and potential payout will increase exponentially.
Best FanDuel SGP for Super Bowl 58: A Safe Chiefs Play
As someone who had doubts about whether the Chiefs could beat the Buffalo Bills in the divisional round and thought they would be overmatched by Baltimore in the AFC championship game, I’m done betting against Patrick Mahomes and Co. The Kansas City defense is outstanding, and while Mahomes’ receivers leave plenty to be desired, he’s proven that Travis Kelce and a solid offensive line (even with All-Pro guard Joe Thuney injured) are enough for him to get it done.
The fact that this game is taking place at an indoor, neutral-site venue makes it that much harder to bet against a Chiefs team that had to survive trips to Buffalo and Baltimore — two of the most intimidating places to play in the league — to reach the Super Bowl.
With all of that being said, the best FanDuel Super Bowl SGP is a simple and boring one. We’re here to recommend winners, and that’s what we should have here.
I recommend taking the Chiefs spread () and the Under ().
According to Gaming Today’s Implied Probability Calculator, at +230 odds, this FanDuel Super Bowl SGP has a 30.3% of winning. Individually, the implied probability for Kansas City to cover is 53.5%, and the likelihood of these two teams combining for Under the set total is 52.4%.
If you bet $100 on this two-leg SGP at FanDuel, you’ll take home a profit of $230.37 if it hits (the $330.37 you’d receive if this is a winner includes the payout plus the original $100 wager).
FanDuel Super Bowl Same Game Parlay FAQ
FanDuel, like most sportsbooks, does offer odds boosts. Check the FanDuel app on Sunday to see if any particular parlays are subject to odds boosts, which are exactly what you might guess: an odds boost will increase the payout, sometimes by 100% or more. Odds boosts often come in the form of specific parlays suggested by FanDuel sports betting partners.
Every sportsbook has its own policy for the subject of early cashouts on parlays. Generally speaking, an early cash-out becomes an option if you have a parlay of several legs and your first few have hit. Sometimes, you can cash out before the rest of the legs of your parlay have settled for a smaller payout than you would have received if every leg of the parlay ended up hitting.
View your betting slip to see if you have the option of an early cashout. If the parlay you have in play offers an early cashout option, you’ll see a button on the betting slip that will allow you to take home a small profit — with the exact amount displayed — regardless of what happens with the outstanding legs of your parlay.
If you have a parlay featuring several legs, and all but one of them hits, with just one miss, you might be asking, what happens in that case?
Usually, the entire parlay is considered a loss; these bets have high payouts because they require every bet to hit to be considered a success. FanDuel only considers a parlay a win if every leg hits. See more on how parlays work at FanDuel here.