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Super Bowl 54 Props Get Political

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Jan/21/2020

To cast a little light-hearted humor amid the seriousness of the impeachment trial beginning today, Vegas has created some fun prop bets intertwining the Super Bowl and politics Ask about the Welcome Bonus with a maximum of $1000.

The site SportsBetting.ag created some entertaining props for the Super Bowl ads that will air for President Trump, Michael Bloomberg and Facebook, as well as scenarios surrounding Trump should he attend the game in Miami.

There are almost two dozen prop bets in total. You can find them below or by visiting this page: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/super-bowl

Early betting patterns indicate Trump will not be at the Super Bowl. The odds of him not going were bet down from 5/1 to 2/1, and they are currently off the board due to the uncertainty. This year, the President attended the World Series, a UFC event and two college football games.

Additionally, the oddsmakers have updated their impeachment odds. The chances of Trump being removed from office by the Senate remain long at 25/1. And according to the odds, only one Republican Senator, Mitt Romney, will cross party lines and vote to impeach the President.

The latest odds for the Democratic Nominee and 2020 General Election can be found here: https://www.sportsbetting.ag/sportsbook/futures-and-props/politics-futures

Super Bowl Political Prop Bets

How many commercials will have a political theme?
Over 4.5
Under 4.5

How many times will Michael Bloomberg's commercial say "Trump"?
Over 2
Under 2

Will Michael Bloomberg's commercial say "impeach"?
Yes -120
No -120

Will Michael Bloomberg's commercial say "gun"?
Yes -1000
No +500

Will Michael Bloomberg's commercial say "climate change"?
Yes -500
No +300

Will Donald Trump's commercial say "Super Bowl"?
Yes -200
No +150

Will Donald Trump's commercial personally address viewer?
Yes -120
No -120

Will Donald Trump's commercial thank Fox?
Yes +200
No -300

Will Facebook commercial say "privacy"?
Yes -200
No +150

Will Facebook commercial say "trust"?
Yes -150
No +110

Will Facebook commercial say "political"?
Yes -120
No -120

Will President Trump tweet during the Super Bowl?
Yes +500
No -1000

Will President Trump predict winner before kickoff?
Yes +200
No -300

Will President Trump congratulate winning team on Twitter?
Yes -120
No -120

Will President Trump call winning coach after the game?
Yes +200
No -300

Will President Trump stand on the field during National Anthem?
Yes -200
No +150

Will President Trump sing along to National Anthem?
Yes +200
No -300

Will President Trump be shown during the broadcast?
Yes -500
No +300

Which will be higher? (rating according to FiveThirtyEight)
Trump approval rating on 2/3/20
Yardage of longest reception

How many players on victorious Super Bowl team won't visit the White House? (visit must occur in 2020)
Over 4.5
Under 4.5

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