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We’re back to review the best online Super Bowl squares contests. Which Super Bowl squares games are the easiest to use? Where can you find a squares game for your Super Bowl party and play with your family and friends?

When it comes to the Super Bowl, the numbers are staggering. More than 90 million people are expected to watch the game. As many as 35 million bets will be placed on the contest between the Chiefs and Eagles that will determine the champions of the National Football League. A CBS Sports survey claims as many as 20% of Americans will bet on the game in some form.

Numbers are at the center of the Super Bowl, heck they’re even under the feet of the players. Numbers are also often the primary focus of casual betting fans who get into a Super Bowl squares game on Super Sunday. The American Gaming Association predicts that as many as 18-19 million people in the U.S. will participate in a Super Bowl squares games, many of them online.

Best Super Bowl Squares Online Games 2023

Super Bowl Squares 2023 from Gaming Today

Following our tremendous response from football fans last February, Gaming Today has returned with Super Bowl Squares game here online.

Here’s how to play Super Bowl Squares:

  • Each participant puts their name or initials in one or more of the 100 squares of a 10-by-10 grid.
  • The claimed squares are randomly assigned until the entire grid is filled.
  • After all the Super Bowl squares have been accounted for, each column and row are randomly labeled with a number from 0-9, each axis corresponding to one of the Super Bowl teams.
  • To determine which box is a winner in your Squares game, take the last digit of each Super Bowl team’s score and locate the corresponding square on the grid to identify your winner.
  • Normally, a winner is picked at the conclusion of each quarter of the Super Bowl, or with each scoring change, as well as the final score. Choose the way you want to play, its up to you!

Invite Friends via a Link or Print the Game for Your In-Person Party

With the Super Bowl Squares game from Gaming Today, you can easily invite your friends with a shareable link OR go ahead and create an offline squares game and print it for use at your Super Duper Super Bowl party.

Super Bowl squares are a fun complement to party fare (photo contributor Arina P Habich)

Also: How to Create Your Own Super Bowl Squares Pool for Chiefs vs. Eagles

Which Numbers Win Most Often in Super Bowl Squares?

As we reported in 2022, according to research by Neil Greenberg of the Washington Post, these are top winning numbers:

  1. 0/0
  2. 7/0
  3. 0/7
  4. 0/3
  5. 3/0
  6. 7/7
  7. 3/7

This data can help you follow which of the filled-in squares, and which of the contestants in your squares game, are the likely winners. Of course, any combination could pop up in the game, you never know!

But some smart people figured out in a study by Harvard Sports Analysis Collective in 2013, that square 2/2 and square 2/5 square are the least likely to win. Not a lot of 12-2 scores, or 22-12, or so on, you get the idea.

One of the more exciting developments in any squares game can be when a quarter is in danger of being scoreless. The first-quarter winner will surely be rooting for quarter two to stay scoreless if there’s chance to claim victory again!

Create your free game hereSuper Bowl 2023 Squares

DraftKings Play Free for $1 Million Pool

DraftKings is back this year with a squares-style pool contest that they claim is designed to “Get pumped for the action in Arizona.” Well, the chance to win from the $1 million prize pool is enough to get us pumped, for sure.

Simply navigate your web browser to DraftKings and select the Contests tab to find the $1 Million Pool contest. Last year, as many as 3,000 people won prizes in Super Bowl 56.

NFL Super Bowl Challenge Sponsored by VISA

The NFL has gotten into the mix with a contest co-presented by VISA. In this game, you make predictions on who will win the game and also choose stars of the game (sort of like prop bets), and if you win, you receive prizes from NFL and VISA.

The prize pool includes merchandise from the official NFL Shop, or gift cards or vacations from VISA. Consult for details. A (free) account with is required.

Super Bowl 57 Game Details

Be sure to download and print out your Gaming Today Super Bowl Squares well before you need to make the dip and warm up the wings for your party. Or, you can also create an online contest using the free Gaming Today Super Squares website.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles, Sunday February 12, 6:30 PM ET Kickoff

The game will be seen on FOX, and also streamed live on Hulu+, YouTubeTV, fuboTV, and Sling TV (subscriptions necessary). You can listen to the game on ESPN Radio.

Oddsmakers have the Eagles listed as 1.5-point favorites. The moneyline is Eagles (-125 from BetMGM) and Chiefs (+105), which makes this one of the tightest odds in Super Bowl history.

Also check:  Super Bowl Promos and Sportsbook Bonuses | How to Bet the Super Bowl

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Dan Holmes is a writer and contributor for Gaming Today with plenty of experience under his belt. Dan has written three books about sports and previously worked for the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Major League Baseball. Currently, Dan is residing in Michigan with his family.

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