How to Bet on Carolina Panthers in NC

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The launch of sports betting in North Carolina earlier this week means that Carolina Panthers fans in the team’s home state can now bet on the Panthers in various markets. Here, we break down how to bet on the Panthers.

Before you can place a legal bet on the Panthers, you first have to sign up with a sportsbook and claim a bonus offer from one of the many NC sports betting promos that are available. In North Carolina, a number of sports betting providers are available, including bet365, BetMGM, Caesars, DraftKings, and FanDuel. All currently offer the best NC sportbook promos.

To get registered and claim a bonus offer, download your app of choice, register your account, and make an initial deposit. You’ll get a welcome bonus to cover your first few bets and if you’re looking to bet on the Panthers, check out the guide below for the various ways to bet on Carolina in 2024 as it looks to bounce back from a difficult season in 2023.

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How to Make Carolina Panthers Spread Bets

The most popular form of betting in the NFL is the spread, which most fans are likely familiar with, even if they’re new to betting. Spread bets are based on the lines set by Vegas, which spots points to the team considered the underdog. The Panthers, for example, were getting points on the spread in nearly every game last season. Game lines are not yet available for the 2024 season, but the hypothetical example below explains how the spread works:

The Panthers’ schedule hasn’t been announced yet, but let’s say they’re playing the Falcons. Given the expectations in Carolina, the Panthers will probably be the underdog, and they will be listed at something like +4.5 points, while Atlanta would be -4.5 in this scenario. If Carolina wins or loses by 4 points or less, your bet on the Panthers would be a winner. If Atlanta wins, as long as it does by at least 5 points, a bet on Atlanta would be the winner.

How to Make Carolina Panthers Moneyline Bets

The moneyline, on the other hand, allows bettors to simply pick which team will win, regardless of the margin of victory. Oddsmakers set the moneyline up so that a bet on the underdog will pay more than a bet on the favorite. In a game that is expected to be close, the underdog would be listed at around +120. That price means that a $120 bet will win $100. If a favorite is listed at -130, a bettor would need to bet $130 to win $100.

Given what’s expected of Carolina next season, they’ll be priced as plus-money most weeks, especially early on, which means that you can win more than the stake you bet if you take the Panthers and they pull an upset.

How to Make Carolina Panthers Prop Bets

If you’re looking at a game’s spread and moneyline and don’t see anything you like, there are plenty of other options to bet on in a given game. Props refer to a specific outcome or individual player’s output. In NFL games, team props include who will score first and how many yards a team will rush for, to name just a few.

Individual player props involve a certain player’s projected stats in a category like passing TDs, total receptions, rushing yards, etc. Typically, prop bets ask you to choose whether a player will go Over or Under a specific number. If a player like Panthers QB Bryce Young’s TD prop is set at 1.5, you’d take the Over if you expected them to score at least two TDs, or the Under if you expected them to score one TD or fewer. On prop bets, either option you choose is usually priced at around -110 or so (though this can vary slightly). That means that you would need to bet $110 to win $100.

How to Make Carolina Panthers Parlay Bets

Props bring us to parlays. A parlay refers to a multi-“leg” bet, with a leg referring to an individual prop (or spread or moneyline). If you expect a big day from Young and the Panthers to lose, but keep it close, you could parlay the Panthers on the spread as well as Young to go over his passing yards prop in what is known as a parlay. Parlays have high payouts, which makes them tempting, but both bets have to hit for you to receive the winnings. If any leg in your parlay is either a push or a loss, that parlay loses.

Sample Carolina Panthers Parlay

First Leg: Bryce Young Over 240 yards passing
Second Leg: Panthers +4
Payout: +250

Outcome: Bryce Young throws for 250 yards passing, but the Panthers lose by 5.

Result: Parlay loses. Because only one of the two legs of this parlay hit, the parlay is unsuccessful.

How to Make Carolina Panthers Futures Bets

Futures bets refer to what a team will do in a given season, like reach the playoffs or win the division. Examples of futures bets for the Carolina Panthers include whether they’ll win the NFC South, whether they’ll win the NFC, and whether they’ll reach the Super Bowl. Win totals are another popular type of futures bet for fans to make in the offseason. Below are some of the Panthers futures bets that are currently available.

In this case, coming off a 2-15 season, all of these offer massive payouts given how unlikely Carolina is to go from having the worst record in the NFL to winning the division, the conference, or the Super Bowl in 2024.

 

In addition to team futures bets, you can also make these on a player. For example, Young’s available futures bets for 2024 include:

 

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Tyler Everett

Tyler Everett

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Tyler Everett has been a sports writer since joining the student newspaper at his alma mater, NC State, back in 2008. He's covered sports and sports business for a number of newspapers and websites, including the Denver Broncos, Charlotte Observer, High Press Soccer, and Sports Business Journal, where he currently works full-time.

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