Super Bowl Odds for Biden’s Pregame Interview

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C Costigan
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While it doesn’t appear President Joe Biden will attend the Super Bowl on Sunday, bookmakers are offering up ways to wager on the POTUS outside of the game.

SportsBetting.ag posted a number of presidential “prop bets” for Biden’s pregame interview on NBC. They range from the President’s prediction to his approval rating to what topic he’ll discuss first.

Which team will President Biden pick to win?

Cincinnati Bengals -120

Los Angeles Rams -120


How many times will President Biden tweet during game?

Over 1.5 tweets

Under 1.5 tweets


Length of President Biden’s pregame interview

Over 11 minutes

Under 11 minutes


What city/state will President Biden say first?

Cincinnati +150

Los Angeles +200

Ohio +260

California +450


What will President Biden say first?

Burrow -120

Stafford -120


What will President Biden say first?

Jobs +200

Economy +200

Ukraine +200

Moonshot +550

Child Care +1000

Climate Change +1400


Joe Biden approval rating on Feb. 14, 2022

Over 41.5

Under 41.5


Which will be higher?

Joe Biden disapproval rating on Feb. 14 (-140)

Super Bowl LVI total points scored (+100)


Will Super Bowl LVI winning team visit White House?

Yes -2000

No +700

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