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Heads or Tails 2017 Super Bowl Prop Bet

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Published on:
Jan/30/2017

You can bet on heads or tails for the 2017 Super Bowl.  This is one of the most – if not THE most – popular prop bet for any Super Bowl.

These are known as warm up props and each is priced at -115 at BetPhoenix.

Four of the last five Super Bowls that the Patriots have played in have landed on tails.

Five straight Super Bowls (43 through 47), the coin toss hit heads followed by the last three Super Bowls hitting tails.

SUPER BOWL LI - WARM UP PROPS - Feb 05

SUPER BOWL LI - WARM UP

02/05/2017

81001

HEADS

   

-115

15:35:00

81002

TAILS

   

-115

02/05/2017

81003

CORRECT CALL

   

-115

15:35:00

81004

WRONG CALL

   

-115

02/05/2017

81005

HEADS

   

-115

15:35:00

81006

TAILS

   

-115

02/05/2017

81007

PATRIOTS WIN COIN TOSS

   

-115

15:35:00

81008

FALCONS WIN COIN TOSS

   

-115

02/05/2017

81009

YES -WIN COIN TOS WIN SB

   

-115

15:35:00

81010

NO -WIN COIN TOS WIN SB

   

-115

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