Super Bowl 52 - Dilly Dilly Bet

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Jan/31/2018

‘Dilly Dilly!’ The story behind the phrase you’ll hear most during this year’s Super BowlWith hundreds of Super Bowl 52 prop bets available, it shouldn't be too much of a surprise that online betting sites would be offering bets on one of the past year's most popular commerical and phrases (a la Bud Light) "Dilly Dilly".

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How many times will word “Dilly” be said during broadcast?
 
Over 12.5 (-115)
Under 12.5 (-115)
 
‘Go with the OVER as headlines across the Net read: Dilly Dilly!’ The story behind the phrase you’ll hear most during this year’s Super Bowl" 
 
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