Bet on Super Bowl
Bet on Super Bowl 52 just months away as the NFL football season is underway. As the NFL Teams battle it out during the regular season schedule, it’s never too early to start planning out your Super Bowl Sunday events.
When is the Super Bowl in 2018?
Super Bowl 52, also known as Super Bowl LII, will take place on Sunday, Feb. 4.
Where to watch Super Bowl on TV in 2018?
This year Super Bowl 52 will be broadcast on NBC for complete Super Bowl coverage and tv viewing with all the Super Bowl commercials we all love during the halftime show.
Where is the Super Bowl in 2018?
Super Bowl 52 will be played in Minneapolis at U.S. Bank Stadium, which will have just finished hosting its second Minnesota Vikings season after being built in time for the 2016 NFL season.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced in May of 2014 that Minnesota and its new stadium would host the Super Bowl in 2018. The stadium seats 66,200 but can be expanded to fit up to 70,000 people.
The game will be the first Super Bowl in Minnesota since Super Bowl XXVI, when the Washington Redskins defeated the Buffalo Bills, 37-24, on Jan. 26, 1992 at The Metrodome.
Where to bet on Super Bowl 52 online?
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Super Bowl 2018: Odds for each team to reach Super Bowl 52
( USA Sportsbook odds as of Oct, 1st 2017)
New England Patriots +500
Green Bay Packers +1,000
Pittsburgh Steelers +1,000
Seattle Seahawks +1,100
Dallas Cowboys +1,200
Atlanta Falcons +1,200
Kansas City Chiefs +1,800
Oakland Raiders +1,800
Carolina Panthers +2,000
Denver Broncos +2,500
New York Giants +2,500
Houston Texans +3,300
Indianapolis Colts +3,300
Minnesota Vikings +3,300
Arizona Cardinals +3,500
Tampa Bay Buccaneers +3,500
Baltimore Ravens +4,000
Miami Dolphins +4,500
Tennessee Titans +5,000
Washington Redskins +5,000
New Orleans Saints +5,500
Cincinnati Bengals +6,000
Philadelphia Eagles +6,000
Los Angeles Chargers +6,500
Jacksonville Jaguars +6,500
Detroit Lions +7,500
Buffalo Bills +10,000
New York Jets +12,000
Los Angeles Rams +12,000
Chicago Bears +15,000
San Francisco 49ers +20,000
Cleveland Browns +25,000
Future Super Bowl Locations
2018: Minneapolis, U.S. Bank Stadium, Super Bowl LII
2019: Atlanta, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Super Bowl LIII
2020: South Florida, Hard Rock Stadium, Super Bowl LIV
2021: Tampa Bay, Raymond James Stadium, Super Bowl LV
2022: Los Angeles, Los Angeles Stadium, Super Bowl LVI