Closing Odds on Super Bowl 57 Coin Toss

  • Bovada and MyBookie have -105 closing odds on the coin toss bet.
  • BetOnline has -101 odds on the coin toss odds.
  • Tails has hit in six of the last nine Super Bowls.

PHOENIXSuper Bowl prop betting season is coming to a close giving bettors one last chance to get in on some of their favorite props.

Looking at the Super Bowl 57 coin toss odds, those odds opened and remained at -105 and -101 odds on different Super Bowl betting sites. Each year these odds are set close to even with limits of how much is allowed to be wagered on them.

Bovada and MyBookie remained identical at -105 odds ($100 to win $95.24) on both sides. BetOnline has a bit cheaper odds with -101 ($100 to win $99) on both sides. These odds will remain open and put right up until game officials flip the coin.

Coin Toss Odds On Bovada

  • Heads -105
  • Tails -105

Coin Toss Odds On MyBookie

  • Heads -105
  • Tails -105

Coin Toss Odds On BetOnline

  • Heads -101
  • Tails -101

Super Bowl Coin Toss Prop Odds

The Super Bowl coin toss odds for a heads or tails result aren’t the only ones closing in the moments leading up to it. Several prop odds will also close in those moments leading up to it such as if the team that makes the call be correct, which team wins the toss, and if the team that wins the toss wins the game.

Similar to the standard next to even odds for the heads/tails odds, these props sit with -105 odds on both sides as well across all of the betting sites.

Team To Win Coin Toss

  • Kansas City Chiefs -105
    Philadelphia Eagles -105

Team That Wins Coin Toss Is Correct

  • Yes -105
    No -105

Team That Wins Coin Toss Wins Game

  • Yes -105
    No -105

Super Bowl Coin Toss Betting Trends

Betting trends are one of, if not the only way to do any research on any coin toss odds. In the 56 Super Bowls that have been played, it has been close to a true 50/50 with tails owning the slight advantage at 29 wins while heads is at 27. As for the longest streaks, heads holds the longest with a 5-year streak while tails longest streak is 4 which has happened three times. Other trends to watch include:

  • NFC has 40 coin toss wins
  • AFC has 16 coin toss wins
  • Last 8 coin toss winners have lost Super Bowl
  • Heads has won in last two
  • Tails has won in six of last nine
  • Super Bowls held in Arizona have seen tails all three times
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