- Super Bowl 55 Halftime show betting odds are favoring over eight songs to be played in total.
- Betting odds For The Super Bowl 55 Halftime Performance Include which song will be played first, and which will be played last.
TAMPA, Fla. – The single biggest betting event of the year is fast approaching and online sportsbooks are getting flooded with Super Bowl 55 betting odds. Every aspect of the event is up for grabs, but some of the hidden money could be made betting on Super Bowl 55 Halftime props.
This year’s Super Bowl Halftime Show is headlined by Canadian singer-songwriter and popstar extraordinaire, The Weeknd.
Many of the Super Bowl Halftime Show betting lines come with long odds. Hitting on any one of them may have bettors dancing a little harder to The Weeknd’s songs.
Opening And Closing Songs
The Weeknd has spent most of his young career churning out songs that top the Billboard chart. That said, any one of the ten options currently available at sportsbooks like Bovada could hit.
Super Bowl LV Halftime Show Odds – What Will Be The First Song Played?
- In Your Eyes +450
- Starboy +350
- Save Your Tears +500
- Blinding Lights +400
- Can’t Feel My Face +425
- Too Late +1200
- Heartless +1000
- The Hills +850
- I Feel It Coming +2000
- In The Night +4500
Oddsmakers here are favoring The Weeknd to come out the gate swinging with one of his most popular hits, Starboy. To date, the official music video alone for Starboy sits at 1.814 billion streams on YouTube and counting.
However, one thing that might be holding back this song from starting the halftime show is the fact that the song was released all the way back in 2016.
Blinding Lights may be a safer bet, given the fact that it is The Weeknd’s highest streaming song on Spotify with 1.891 billion streams and counting. To go along with this, the song holds one of the most impressive Spotify records to date.
— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) January 11, 2021
The song was also used to kickoff The Weeknd’s performance at the MTV Music Video Awards. The Canadian pop star started that performance with a bevy of fireworks (a.k.a blinding lights).
But, oddsmakers aren’t expecting the performer to repeat the same song for the Super Bowl. Instead, they are favoring him to go out with a bang.
Super Bowl LV Halftime Show Odds – What Will Be The Final Song Played?
- Blinding Lights -240
- Save Your Tears +675
- In Your Eyes +1000
- Heartless +1400
- Too Late +1600
- Starboy +1400
- Can’t Feel My Face +1600
- The Hills +1800
- I Feel It Coming +2500
- In The Night +3000
The song Blinding Lights is heavily favored for this betting line and the payout reflects it. The song has been used in the official T.V. commercials for the Halftime Show so it would make sense to play it then. While it may be a safer bet to pick Blinding Lights as the last song, the first song odds are still profitable across the board.
NFL bettors have a 1 in 10 chance off hitting on the first song played and every song offers a heavy payout.
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