Where Can I Bet the Super Bowl Online From Missouri?

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Ean Lamb
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BetUS (established in 1994) is one of a handful of sports betting sites accessible to those living in the great state of Missouri to place bets on this year's Super Bowl.   The site offers a generous welcome bonus (max bonus $3125) and will feature hundreds of prop bets on the big gameLive in-play wagering will be available throughout this game.


Of course, most of these bets for Super Bowl 55 will be placed on the Kansas City Chiefs.  Missouri's home-based team is making its second consecutive Super Bowl appearance.  The Chiefs opened as a -3 favorite versus the Tampa Bay Bucs.  That line had moved to -3.5 at some books.

There are tons of props that will be offered for this game, a sampling of which appears below.

(How to Read the Odds: +300 means that a $10 bet pays out $30 and a $100 bet pays out $300, +600 means that a $10 bet pays out $60 and a $100 bet pays out $600).

Will Chiefs score in both halves?

Yes -1800

No +900


Will Chiefs score in every quarter?

Yes +135

No -165

Total touchdowns by Chiefs

3                      +300   

4                      +325   

2                      +350   

6 or more                    +450   

5                      +500   

1                      +750   

0                      +2500 

Total made field goals by Chiefs

1                      +185   

2                      +225   

0                      +400   

3                      +400   

4 or more                    +700   


Winning margin

Kansas City by 1-6                   +350   

Tampa Bay by 1-6                   +400   

Kansas City by 7-12                 +500   

Tampa Bay by 7-12                 +650   

Kansas City by 13-18               +700   

Kansas City by 19-24               +1000 

Tampa Bay by 13-18               +1000 

Kansas City by 25-30               +1600 

Tampa Bay by 19-24               +1600 

Kansas City by 31-36               +2200 

Tampa Bay by 25-30               +2800 

Kansas City by 37-42               +4000 

Kansas City by 43 or More                  +4000 

Tampa Bay by 31-36               +4000 

Tampa Bay by 37-42               +6600 

Tampa Bay by 43 or More                  +8800 


Patrick Mahomes passing yards

Over 329.5 -115

Under 329.5 -115


Patrick Mahomes first pass attempt

Complete -225

Incomplete +180

Interception +1800


Patrick Mahomes passing touchdowns

Over 2.5 -140

Under 2.5 +110


Patrick Mahomes pass completions

Over 28.5 +100

Under 28.5 -130


Tyreek Hill receiving yards

Over 90.5 -115

Under 90.5 -115


Who will score the first touchdown?

Tyreek Hill +650

Travis Kelce +650

Mike Evans +1000

Leonard Fournette +1100

Chris Godwin +1300

Clyde Edwards-Helaire +1300

Darrel Williams +1300

Patrick Mahomes +1300

Mecole Hardman +1600

Rob Gronkowski +1600

Sammy Watkins +1800

Le’Veon Bell +1800

Antonio Brown +1900

Ronald Jones +1900

Demarcus Robinson +2200

Cameron Brate +2400

Scotty Miller +2500

Tom Brady +2500

Any Other Chiefs Player +2500

Byron Pringle +2900

Any Other Bucs Player +3000

Tyler Johnson +4000

Darwin Thompson +5000

LeSean McCoy +8000

KeShawn Vaughn +8000

No Touchdown Scored +10000


Super Bowl MVP

Patrick Mahomes (KC)            -115

Tom Brady (TB)                       +215

Tyreek Hill (KC)                       +1000

Travis Kelce (KC)                     +1200

Chris Godwin (TB)                   +2800

Mike Evans (TB)                      +2800

Leonard Fournette (TB)                      +3300

Tyrann Mathieu (KC)              +5000

Antonio Brown (TB)                +5000

Clyde Edwards-Helaire (KC)                +5000

Darrel Williams (KC)                +5000

Mecole Hardman (KC)            +5000

Ronald Jones II (TB)                +5000

Shaquil Barrett (TB)                +5000

Devin White (TB)                    +6600

Jason Pierre-Paul (TB)             +6600

Rob Gronkowski (TB)              +6600

Byron Pringle (KC)                   +10000

Cameron Brate (TB)                +10000

Chris Jones (KC)                      +10000

Daniel Sorenson (KC)              +10000

Demarcus Robinson (KC)                    +10000

Frank Clark (KC)                      +10000

Jordan Whitehead (TB)                       +10000

Juan Thornhill (KC)                  +10000

Lavonte David (TB)                 +10000

Scotty Miller (TB)                    +10000

Sean Murphy-Bunting (TB)                 +10000

Tyler Johnson (TB)                  +10000

Vita Vea (TB)               +10000

Willie Gay (KC)            +10000

Harrison Butker (KC)               +15000

Le'Veon Bell (KC)                     +15000

Ryan Succop (TB)                    +15000


Color of liquid poured on winning coach

Orange            +125

Red/Pink         +300

Yellow/Green/Lime    +400

Purple             +600

Clear                +600

Blue                 +700

(Red/Pink opened +800)


Length of National Anthem

Over 2:00 -130

Under 2:00 -110

(Opened 1:57 over -175 and under +135)


- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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