- Make your picks on 20 different Super Bowl 58 props for a chance to win the $25,000 first-place cash prize.
- Entries for Bovada’s Super Bowl Prop Sheet open Monday, February 5 with no entry fee.
- Choose the result of the coin toss, the winner of Super Bowl LVIII, and more prop outcomes for more than $130,000 in guaranteed prizes.
LAS VEGAS – Bovada Sportsbook has a Super Bowl 58 prop betting contest that’s free to enter and has over $130,000 worth of guaranteed prizes. Entries for the Bovada Super Bowl Prop Sheet opened Monday morning and will close before kickoff on Sunday at 5:30 p.m. ET.
This unique Super Bowl prop sheet has 20 selections that include the outcome of the coin toss, the total points scored, and if Travis Kelce will propose to Taylor Swift on the field. With both traditional and entertainment props on the legal sports betting sheet, the Bovada Super Bowl Prop Sheet is a fun way to watch SB LVIII.
Key Super Bowl 58 Prop Betting Insight
Using betting odds and previous Super Bowl outcomes will help get an edge on some of the props in this sheet. One of the Super Bowl betting props asks which will be the highest scoring half, which was the second half in five of the last seven Super Bowls.
Another prop asks if Alicia Keys will appear on stage with Usher during his halftime performance. There are -325 legal entertainment betting odds favoring Alicia Keys to appear on stage, the shortest odds for any potential guest appearance for the halftime show.
Bovada also gives away what they think of Usher’s song projection set at 9.5 songs performed. Prop number 17 of the Super Bowl Props Sheet requires a choice of the over or under, and Bovada favors the under with -155 odds for under 9.5 songs performed.
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