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Super Bowl squares are hugely popular at the office or wherever you’re watching the Big Game. The squares game adds a nice touch of intrigue and the chance for some financial winnings.

In the last two years, top sportsbook apps have joined the Super Bowl squares game, taking away the randomness of the wager and putting the bettor in control.

The most frequent winning numbers in squares are 0, 3, 4, 7. Those numbers are associated with touchdowns and field goals. More than 70% of Super Bowl numbers have been these four numbers. 

Numbers you want to avoid: 2 and 5. In the 114 final scores in the Super Bowl, No. 2 has been the last number of a team total 12 times, and No. 5 has been the last number only 11 times. With two-point conversions available after touchdowns, the numbers 2 and 5 have a better chance of hitting, but those numbers are long shots.

No need to worry about Super Bowl odds with football squares games at the office, or a bar, or at home. Numbers tend to be randomly assigned. That allows folks watching the game, who might have limited football knowledge, to enjoy the game and be involved in a friendly wager.

Gaming Today has a Super Bowl Squares game to help you enjoy the Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas (Sunday, 6:30 p.m., CBS and Paramount+).

Super Bowl Squares Odds at Sportsbooks

You’re not limited to playing Super Bowl squares with a group of people. DraftKings offers odds on each quarter, plus the final score. DraftKings’ odds reflect the most common scores of touchdowns and field goals.

One factor to consider: San Francisco rookie kicker Jake Moody was 21-of-25 in the regular season but missed field goals in each of the Niners’ playoff victories. Maybe it’s best to avoid “3” on your 49ers squares wagers.

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DraftKings’ Shortest Super Bowl Squares Odds

  • Chiefs 0 – 49ers 0 (+240) … This doesn’t necessarily mean a scoreless tie. Squares takes the last number of a score. So a halftime score of 10-10, for example, would be a winner with these odds.
  • Chiefs 0 – 49ers 7 (+280)
  • Chiefs 7 – 49ers 0 (+310)
  • Chiefs 0 – 49ers 3 (+360)
  • Chiefs 7 – 49ers 7 (+380)
  • Chiefs 3 – 49ers 0 (+390)
  • Chiefs 3 – 49ers 7 (+475)
  • Chiefs 7 – 49ers 3 (+500)
  • Chiefs 3 – 49ers 3 (+600)
  • Chiefs 0 – 49ers 4 (+600)
  • Chiefs 4 – 49ers 0 (+700)
  • Chiefs 4 – 49ers 7 (+700)
  • Chiefs 7 – 49ers 4 (+700)
  • Chiefs 6 – 49ers 0 (+800)
  • Chiefs 0 – 49ers 6 (+850)

DraftKings’ three longest odds for any quarter:

Kansas City 2:2 San Francisco: +6500

Kansas City 5:9 San Francisco: +6500

Kansas City 5:5 San Francisco: +7000

DraftKings’ three shortest odds for the final score:

Kansas City 0:7 San Francisco: +2200

Kansas City 7:4 San Francisco: +2500

Kansas City 4:7 San Francisco: +2500

DraftKings’ three longest odds for the final score:

Kansas City 9:9 San Francisco: +13000

Kansas City 2:2 San Francisco: +13000

Kansas City 5:5 San Francisco: +15000

Super Bowl Squares History

Based on the 228 quarters played in the previous 57 Super Bowls, the blocks with the most success: 0-3 and 0-7 (20 each); 0-0 hit 19 times; and 3-7 hit 18 times. The information is from

Here are the most popular number combinations at the end of each quarter:

  • 1st Quarter – 0, 0
  • 2nd Quarter – 0, 3
  • 3rd Quarter – 3, 7
  • 4th Quarter – 4, 7


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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