Bovada’s Prop Bet Promo Asks “What’s Ya Wager” For Super Bowl 55?
Proposition bets and parlays are commonplace offerings at any reputable legal online sportsbook that features odds for Super Bowl 55.
Most of these online Super Bowl betting sites allow for members to create their own custom parlay bets, pairing up more than one outcome into a single wager and elevating the potential payout.
These parlays are not limited to money lines, point spreads, and the over-under, as Super Bowl prop bets are also available to be included in these multi-layered wagers.
Bovada Super Bowl Sportsbook has done that legwork for NFL bettors and has debuted a new promotion that asks their customers, “what’s your wager” on SB 55? (#Whatsyawager)
While that question may imply that the bettor needs to come up with an answer, Bovada has supplied all of the options with a page full of Super Bowl prop bet parlays that are listed in order of most to least likely to occur.
This means that there are money line odds listed next to each prop bet parlay, and in order to capture the profitable cash payouts, bettors just need to lay some action prior to Super Bowl LV’s kickoff on February 7th at 6:30 PM.
Here are some examples of the Super Bowl prop bets that have been paired up in parlay form for Bovada’s #Whatsyawager campaign.
Bovada “What’s Ya Wager” Super Bowl 55 Odds
Travis Kelce Surpasses 100 Receiving Yards And Scores A Touchdown +250
Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill, Mike Evans, And Chris Godwin All Surpass 60 Receiving Yards +275
Each Team Scores TD In Each Half & Each Team Scores FG In Each Half +600
Tom Brady Throws Three Or More Interceptions +650
Tyreek Hill & Chris Godwin Both Surpass 100 Receiving Yards +700
Antonio Brown & Tyreek Hill Both Surpass 100 Receiving Yards +950
Ronald Jones Surpasses 100 Rushing Yards +1800
As you can see, it doesn’t take long for these money line odds to reach the potential for enormous winnings, and many of the outcomes do not fall outside the realm of possibility.
Also, some of the options are just singular props that do not pair up multiple outcomes. Take for instance the +1800 odds placed on Ronald Jones’ (RB – TB) chances of rushing for over 100 yards.
Jones has surpassed 100 rushing yards on four occasions this season, and when he faced the Chiefs in Week 12, sported a healthy 7.33 yards per carry.
The only problem was that he only received 9 total handoffs, thus capping his potential for the afternoon. However, Tampa Bay did lose to KC, so perhaps their adjusted game plan will include a higher frequency of running plays.
If so, then Jones has more than enough potential to top the 100-yard mark, but there is still Leonard Fournette to consider.
Despite Jones’ talent, Fournette is also an incredibly effective running back who demands a portion of the workload in the Tampa Bay offense.
The Bucs aren’t afraid to ride the hot hand, though, and if Jones can get on the fast track early on in Super Bowl 55, and perhaps break off a lengthy run or two, he can surpass 100 yards and earn a hefty cash sum for savvy bettors who laid action on him.
His +1800 odds can earn $1800 in cash for each $100 wagered on him to rush for over 100 yards on Super Bowl Sunday, and there’s a heaping helping of similar SB odds that are sure to entice NFL bettors looking for the best action.
Let the world know “what ya wager” is and investigate the remainder of these Super Bowl prop parlays at Bovada Online Sportsbook.
Source: Pro Football Reference