Who doesn’t love Super Bowl specials? Whether you’re a coin-toss gal or more of a Gatorade-color guy, Super Bowl Specials are the spicy, tasty sides of Super Bowl betting. Today we’ve rounded up the best FanDuel Super Bowl specials ahead of Sunday’s big game.
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What are Super Bowl Specials?
FanDuel Sportsbook Super Bowl specials are bets outside the usual markets for a sporting matchup. They can include anything from specific parlays to historical records to the outcome of the coin toss to, well, the color of the Gatorade poured on the winning coach.
The Super Bowl specials add a whole new level of entertainment value for football fans and sports bettors alike and are always a great icebreaker at Super Bowl parties.
FanDuel has Super Bowl specials that will hit at different points throughout the game, so you’ll always have something to root for. You can find similar wagers offered at all of the other major online sportsbooks, too.
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Best FanDuel Super Bowl Specials
Here are some of our favorite FanDuel Super Bowl specials, along with the current odds on FanDuel Sportsbook as of Tuesday, Feb. 7.
The odds will likely keep moving leading up to kickoff — and even after — so the best way to stay up to date is to create a FanDuel account and check the app, especially since you can place a huge bet right away that FanDuel will refund in bonus bets if it loses.
Coin Toss Specials
A fan favorite every year is the wager on the coin toss specials, from the result, the winner, and combinations of each. The odds are even since it’s a 50/50 probability either way – which gives sports bettors a fair chance to win on a fun bet.
- Heads: -104
- Tails: -104
- Chiefs win coin toss: -104
- Eagles win coin toss: -104
- Coin toss winner wins the game: -104
- Coin toss winner loses the game: -104
- Chiefs to win coin toss and game: +310
- Eagles to win coin toss and game: +260
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Color of First Gatorade Poured on Winning Head Coach
All bets on this special are void if there is no Gatorade shower for the winning head coach.
In NFL history, there have been a few times when the winning coach didn’t get a cooler of ice-cold Gatorade dumped on his head. Typically the reason was a game was decided at the buzzer. Or, in Super Bowls 36, 38, and 51, the Patriots were just bored of winning and gave up on it. (Boo!)
In the last 10 Super Bowls, the Gatorade colors have been:
- SB 56: Blue (Rams win)
- SB 55: Blue (Buccaneers win)
- SB 54: Orange (Chiefs win)
- SB 53: Blue (Patriots win)
- SB 52: Yellow (Eagles win)
- SB 51: None (Patriots win)
- SB 50: Orange (Broncos win)
- SB 49: Blue (Patriots win)
- SB 48: Orange (Seahawks win)
- SB 47: None (Ravens win)
Here are the odds for the Gatorade Color in Super Bowl 57:
- Yellow/Green/Lime: +150
- Orange: +250
- Blue: +340
- Red/Pink: +400
- Clear/Water: +700
- Purple: +700
Super Bowl Scorigami vs. Repeat Final Score
You can bet on whether the final score will match the final score from a past Super Bowl or if you think we’ll see a Super Bowl “Scorigami.” A “Scorigami,” coined by American sports writer Jon Bois, is a final score that’s never happened before.
The most common final score for an NFL game is 20-17, with 27-24 coming second. Only three Super Bowls have had a unique final score compared to every other NFL game. While it’s unlikely the final score will be a Scorigami, it’s also unlikely it will match other Super Bowl final scores.
Here are the odds for both outcomes.
- Will there be a Scorigami? Yes (+1800) No (-8000)
- Will the final score have occurred as a past Super Bowl final score? Yes (+470) No (-650)
Game and Player Specials
Here are some FanDuel Specials based on player props.
- A.J. Brown to get 4+ receptions and Travis Kelce to get 5+ receptions: -200
- Either Jalen Hurts or Patrick Mahomes to record 50+ rushing yards: -150
- Isiah Pacheco, Patrick Mahomes, and Jerick McKinnon to combine for 100+ rushing yards: +100
- Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell to combine for 40+ rushing yards: +145
- Either Miles Sanders or Isiah Pacheco to record 100+ scrimmage yards: +200
- Any player to have a 60+ yard reception: +300
- Either James Bradberry or CJ Gardner Johnson to record 1+ interception: +400
- A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith to combine for 200+ receiving yards: +500
- Any player to return a punt/kickoff for a TD: +1200
- Any Non-QB to have 1+ passing TD: +2000
- Any player to have over 215.5 receiving yards (breaking a Super Bowl record): +2000
- Any QB to have 1+ receiving TD: +5000
- Any player to pass over 6.5 TDs (breaking a Super Bowl record): +6000
- Any player to pass for over 505.5 yards (breaking a Super Bowl record): +8000
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The Super Bowl is on Sunday, Feb. 12. Broadcast coverage starts on FOX at 6:30 p.m. ET. You can also watch on Fox Sports or NFL+ Subscription. The game typically kicks off 15 minutes to half an hour after the broadcast starts.