Super Bowl Squares 2024: How To Make, Print Your Own Game for Chiefs vs. Eagles

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Super Bowl Squares provide one of the easiest ways for sports fans to have action on Chiefs vs. 49ers. These contests are perfect for entertaining guests at your Super Bowl party. Here, we walk you through how Super Bowl squares work, as well as how to make and print your own squares game.

You can know absolutely nothing about football and still have some skin in the game, and possibly walk away with some cash in your pocket. The more squares you buy, the better chance you’ll have to win.

Let’s examine how Super Bowl Squares pools work ahead of Sunday’s Big Game.

How do Squares Work for Super Bowl?

You probably know the drill: Each square on the board includes randomly generated numbers (0-9) for the Chiefs and Eagles in Super Bowl 57. The single digit corresponds to the final number in each team’s score.

The Rams defeated the Bengals 23-20 in last year’s Super Bowl. If you were fortunate enough to draw Rams 3 and Bengals 0, congratulations! That was the winning combination for the top prize in Super Bowl Squares pools.

Prizes are typically awarded at the end of the first quarter, halftime, the end of the third quarter, and at game’s end. Since there is no thinking involved here, use your mental energy to hope for a combination involving 0, 3, 4, 6, and 7. These numbers are the most likely to hit and win you some money in 2023 Super Bowl Squares contests.

How To Set Up a Super Bowl Squares Pool

Would you like to run your own Super Bowl Squares pool this year? You’ve come to the right place, as Gaming Today will handle much of the work for you.

Click on our free Super Bowl Squares generator to build your own contest. This free platform will help you create your own customized Super Bowl Squares Online Board in no time at all.

Super Bowl squares, how to create your own
Want to create your own Super Bowl squares game for your party? We’re here to help. (photo contributor: Inside Creative House)

Then you’ll just need to invite family and friends by sharing a link that will allow them to select squares for Super Bowl 57. Everything is else is automated for you. The Big Game is set for Feb. 12 at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona, so get those invites out now before the Chiefs and Eagles fight for Super Bowl supremacy.

Create Your Own Super Bowl Squares Pool Here!

Printable Super Bowl Squares

You may also print out a Super Bowl squares grid and have the sheet handy at your party on Super Sunday.

Sell each square for $1 apiece, for example. If there are 10 people at your Super Bowl party, maybe each person puts $10 into the pot and has 10 different number combinations. Each person gets one square for every $1 they put in — in most cases, the contestants get to choose their squares before the numbers are drawn.

Then randomly draw numbers 0-9 for the Chiefs and 0-9 for the 49ers. Now, all your party-goers/pool contestants know the numbers they need to hit.

Here is Your Sheet: Printable Super Bowl Squares

What are the Different Payouts for Super Bowl Squares?

The key number to know here is 100. That’s the amount of squares on a Super Bowl Squares board with 10 horizontal columns (49ers) and 10 vertical rows (Chiefs). You won’t necessarily need 100 people to play in your Super Bowl Squares contest. Most pools allow you to buy multiple squares.

Squares are all priced equally. The cost of an individual square determines your payouts. Let’s say each square costs $10. That means you’ll have $1,000 in total payouts. Prizes are awarded at the end of each quarter, so you could have four $250 payouts over the course of a game.

You can also weigh the importance of each quarter and offer progressively higher payouts. This could look as follows:

  • First quarter: $100
  • Second quarter: $175
  • Third quarter: $275
  • Final score: $450

But feel free to set up the payout structure however you see fit. As long as everyone knows the rules going in, it’s okay to vary the payouts.

Another great thing about Super Bowl Squares pools? They’re easy to set up online these days. Be sure to use Gaming Today’s free Super Bowl Squares Pool Builder to enhance your viewing pleasure, and potentially make some money in the process!

Also check: Best Super Bowl sportsbook bonuses | How To Bet on the Super Bowl | Super Bowl Odds 2024

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Kris Johnson

Kris Johnson

Senior Writer
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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