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Where Can I Bet The 2022 Super Bowl 56 Online From New Hampshire?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/08/2022

Betting on this year's Super Bowl is possible from the great state of New Hampshire using BetOnline, where you can claim your generous welcome bonus (max bonus $1000). 18 and up are welcome.  BetOnline does not report your winnings or ask for a social security number.  There are also now in-state apps requiring individuals to be 21 and up.  These apps require a social security number to register.  BetOnline has been serving the sports betting public for nearly 25 years now.

Are In-State Mobile Sports Betting Apps Available?

YES. But limited to just DraftKings.

The Granite State installed legal online sports betting in late December 2019.

The state has actually registered a per capita sports betting handle of $37.32 wagered per resident, which ranks 8th in the nation.

In-State Mobile App Rating

7

Limited competition and no betting on in-state schools is offset by no state tax on sports betting winnings and a decent product offering by DraftKings. Remote registration is also available.

What Bets Are Available for This Year's Super Bowl?

Hundreds of prop bets are available for this year's Super Bowl.  These include everything from scoring props to the National Anthem to the Coin Toss to the Gatorade Shower.

Below were your top 10 prop bets by handle and by total amount wagered from the 2021 Super Bowl:

Top ten prop bets by handle

MVP Award Winner - Patrick Mahomes: -106

MVP Award Winner - Tom Brady: +210

Coin Toss Outcome - Heads: -103

Coin Toss Outcome - Tails: -103

Leonard Fournette to have Most Rushing Yards: +175

First Scoring Play - KC Chiefs Field Goal: +430

First Scoring Play - TB Buccaneers Field Goal: +420

First Scoring Play - KC Chiefs Touchdown: +155

Tom Brady over 0.5 Rushing Yards: +140

Over 2.5 Players to Attempt a Pass: +165

Top ten prop bets by total bets

MVP Award Winner - Patrick Mahomes: -106

MVP Award Winner - Tom Brady: +210

Leonard Fournette to have Most Rushing Yards: +175

First Scoring Play - KC Chiefs Field Goal: +430

First Scoring Play - TB Buccaneers Field Goal: +420

First Scoring Play - KC Chiefs Touchdown: +155

Coin Toss Outcome - Tails: -103

First Scoring Play - TB Buccaneers Touchdown: +195

Over 2.5 Players to Attempt a Pass: +165

Clyde Edwards-Helaire to have the Most Rushing Yards+400

CLAIM YOUR FREE BONUS UP TO $1000

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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