What is the Payout if the Gatorade Bath is Purple - Super Bowl 2023

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Don Shapiro
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Our personal favorite Gatorade flavor and color, Purple, also known as "Grape", will pay out $75 for every $10 or $750 for every $100 bet should it be used for the Gatorade bath towards the conclusion of this year's Super Bowl.


What's in That Purple Stuff?

Ingredients Water Sugar, Dextrose, Citric Acid, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Salt, Sodium Citrate, Monopotassium Phosphate, Modified Food Starch, Glycerol Ester of Rosin, Blue 1, Red 40.

Fierce Grape has received 70% 5-star rating approval from Amazon reviewers, though 13% give the flavor just one star.

Delish ranks this one No. 14 on its ranking of top Gatorade flavors.

"While the color of this one is no-doubt gorgeous, the flavor isn't so much. Granted, when it comes to grape flavor, people either love it or hate it. Still, for being a "Fierce" offering, it noticeably lacks intensity. However, if you are pro-grape and enjoy a slightly medicinal flavor, you'll like this. As one reviewer put, "either you like grape flavored drinks, or you don't. This is a grape flavored drink, so use your own discretion."

Super Bowl 2023 Gatorade Bath Odds

Gatorade Bath Color Prop Bet Payout - Clear: Super Bowl 57

    Orange (+350) pays $35 for every $10 bet
    Blue (+400) pays $40 for every $10 bet
    Yellow/Green (+400) pays $40 for every $10 bet
    Red/Pink (+450) pays $45 for every $10 bet
    Clear/Water (+500) pays $50 for every $10 bet
    Purple (+750) pays $75 for every $10 bet
    None (+1000) pays $100 for every $10 bet

The Odds of a Grape Gatorade Bath

If it were the Vikings in this year's Super Bowl we'd likely see shorter odds on the grape.  That's because purple is part of the Vikings uniform color scheme.

Neither team in this year's Super Bowl contains purple in their team uniform.

The payout on purple is just too enticing however.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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