Super Bowl 55 Coin Toss Odds Available: Worth The Wait?

  • Betting odds for the coin toss at Super Bowl LV are available.
  • There is a 50-50 chance for sports bettors to win the coin toss.
  • Coin toss winners have not always gone on to win the Super Bowl.

TAMPA, Fla. — Not even a month after Super Bowl LIV concluded, betting odds for the coin toss at Super Bowl LV are already available.

This is one of the most popular prop bets come time for the Super Bowl as it is the easiest ones for bettors to bet on. It requires no prior knowledge of football and based on past results does not affect the outcome of the game whatsoever.

Heads Or Tails

A total of three prop bets have been made available a year prior to Super Bowl LV. All of the possible odds are the same in these three bets. The only Super Bowl betting site, BetOnline has made the prop bet available thus far but the other sportsbooks could follow soon. The odds are 50-50 throughout all three bets down the list

Coin Toss

  • Heads -105
  • Tails -105

Will team that calls the coin toss be correct?

  • No -105
  • Yes -105

Will team that wins the coin toss win the game?

  • No -105
  • Yes -105

Popular Prop Bet

The coin toss is always one of the most popular prop bets come Super Bowl time. As mentioned before, it’s the easiest bet to make for non-football goers as there is a 50-50 chance.

This makes it easy for professional betters to bet on this as they would not have to spend any time doing any extensive research as there is no need for it. The most interesting bet of the three would be if the team that wins the toss wins the game. The winner does not always go on to win the Super Bowl.

Coin Toss History

Even though the coin toss is a 50% chance to win or lose, there have been some eye openings outcomes from it. Tails has the upper hand since the first Super Bowl as it has won 29 times compared to the 25 that heads have won.

The heads toss holds the longest streak with five in a row to tails four. From Super Bowl 30-40 however, tails was the stronger side of the coin having gone 9-2 in those years. Tails are also currently 6-1 in the last seven Super Bowls.

As previously mentioned, the winner of the coin toss does not always go on to win the Super Bowl. In the last six Super Bowls, the winners of the coin toss have gone on to lose the game. In fact, 30 of all Super Bowl coin toss winners have gone on to lose the game.

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