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UPDATE: The Gatorade bath was PURPLE for head coach Andy Reid following the Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl 58 victory.

It’s Super Bowl Sunday night, sometime around 10 p.m. ET. The clock at the Super Bowl is winding down, and the champion is about to be crowned. With a Gatorade shower for the winning coach, most likely, and yet another prop bet will be decided!

Super Bowl Gatorade odds are available at legal sports betting apps and among the most fun exotic props to bet on each year. Bettors can wager on the color of the Gatorade poured on the winning coach, a water shower, or no Gatorade shower at all. 

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2024 Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds

Gatorade ColorBetMGMFanDuelDraftKingsbet365
No Gatorade Shower+2000N/A+1600+2000

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What color Gatorade will flow over either Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid or San Francisco 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan? That’s a wager you can make. Last year, when Kansas City defeated Philadelphia, Reid was doused with purple Gatorade. Thus, the favorite status at some sportsbooks in 2024.

But Reid’s shower when the Chiefs won four years ago was orange. Plus, orange has been the Gatorade of choice the most times, five, since 2001.

There doesn’t appear to be much analysis in selecting the Gatorade color. Have you got a hunch? Want to close out Super Bowl 58 in a winning way possibly? The Gatorade shower prop might be for you.

Sportsbooks don’t know which color of Gatorade will be dumped over the winning coach — or whether there even will be a Gatorade shower — but they have set the odds covering all of the possibilities.

Betting on the Gatorade bath is available in Arizona, Arkansas, Illinois, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, Oregon, West Virginia, Wyoming, Washington, D.C., and Ontario. While legalized sports gambling is permitted in other states, novelty prop bets are not — which means no Gatorade shower wagering.

How to Bet on Super Bowl Gatorade Color Odds

Start an account with a sports betting site, and you can do so while picking up an excellent sportsbook promo along the way. Then, you’ll be able to find the novelty prop within the game’s betting market. Look for a specific novelty prop section, or there may be a specific section for the Gatorade shower.

Should you decide to bet $100 on the favorite, Purple (+225 odds at BetMGM, DraftKings, and bet365), you will win $225 in profit, plus your original stake of $100 if purple Gatorade is dumped on the winning coach.

An Exciting Array of Super Bowl Gatorade Color Props

If there is a Gatorade shower, will it happen before the clock strikes 00:00? The odds of the shower being delivered before the end of the game are -175. Conversely, the odds are +130 of the winning coach being dumped in Gatorade after the end of the game.

Another Gatorade shower prop bet is based on who delivers the liquid. An offensive player dumping the Gatorade cooler is set at -125. For a defensive player delivering the shower, the odds are +125. Alternatively, if the shower is delivered by both an offensive and defensive player, the odds are set at +350.

Number of Super Bowl Gatorade Showers by Color (since 2001):

  • Orange: 5
  • Clear/Water: 4
  • None: 4
  • Blue: 4
  • Yellow: 3
  • Purple: 3

Recent Super Bowl Gatorade Showers Colors

  • 2023: Chiefs — Purple (+1000)
  • 2022: Rams — Blue (+400)
  • 2021: Buccaneers — Blue (+650)
  • 2020: Chiefs — Orange (+400)
  • 2019: Patriots — Blue (+150)
  • 2018: Eagles — Yellow
  • 2017: Patriots — None
  • 2016: Broncos — Orange
  • 2015: Patriots — Blue
  • 2014: Seahawks — Orange
  • 2013: Ravens — None
  • 2012: Giants — Purple
  • 2011: Packers — Orange
  • 2010: Saints — Orange
  • 2009: Steelers — Yellow
  • 2008: Giants — Clear
  • 2007: Colts — Clear
  • 2006: Steelers — Clear
  • 2005: Patriots — Clear
  • 2004: Patriots — None
  • 2003 Buccaneers — Purple
  • 2002 Patriots — None
  • 2001 Ravens — Yellow

Gatorade showers are believed to have begun in October 1984 during a New York Giants regular-season game. In 1986, Giants players brought the liquid to head coach Bill Parcells 17 times, including New York’s Super Bowl victory over the Denver Broncos.

The Gatorade color that was dumped on Parcells that year? Orange, which also happened to be the Broncos’ main color.

No matter the color of Gatorade, it has to be better than dumping mayonnaise on the head of the winning coach at Duke’s Mayo Bowl game.


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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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