Super Bowl 52 Trump Prop Bets

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Feb/02/2018

You knew they had to be offered....the U.S. President Donald Trump Super Bowl 52 betting props.  Scroll Down...

Whether you like the President's tweets or not, bettors can profit by betting on which team Trump tweets about first.  The Eagles pay $20 for every $10 bet.

There are also odds available on the number of tweets by the President - OVER/UNDER 5.5.

Donald Trump
Al Michaels or Cris Collinsworth First Says Trump
 
06:30 PM 52061 1st Quarter   +275  
52062 2nd Quarter   +350  
52063 3rd Quarter   +450  
52064 4th Quarter   +450  
52065 No Mention   -240  
Donald Trump
First Team Mentioned in a Trump Tweet on Feb 4th
 
06:30 PM 52068 Eagles or #Eagles   +200  
52069 Patriots or #Patriots   +125  
52070 Neither   +140  
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Total Tweets by Donald Trump on Feb 4th
 
06:30 PM 52066 Over 5½ Tweets   +105  
52067 Under 5½ Tweets   -135  

 

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