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Super Bowl 2011 Payouts: What Bets Pay The Most?

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Feb/02/2011
Super Bowl 2011 Payouts

Gambling911.com takes a look at some of the best potential Super Bowl 2011 payouts by examining odds and the potential for positive outcomes.

One of the better paying options would be the margin of victory, even when it comes to the favored low single digit win for Green Bay.  The Packers winning by 1 to 4 points would pay $35 for every $10 bet at Sportsbook.com.  A Steelers win by that margin would pay $50 and up, as would a Packers 5 to 8 point victory.  Anything else pays $70 and up. 

The Super Bowl MVP will pay out well.  Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers would pay $15 for every $10 bet.  Ben Roethlisberger would pay $30. Rashard Mendenhall of the Steelers would pay out $70 while anyone else would pay $100 and up.  In case you were wondering, the quarterback has been named Most Valuable Player 6 of the last 11 Super Bowls.  While Aaron Rodgers might be considered a darling of the NFL, the Steelers Roethlisberger is anything but so, should Pittsburgh win, we would anticipate another player being named MVP, unless Big Ben has a monumental performance.

If you think you can correctly predict the points scored by each team, go for it.  The payouts are $80 plus for both the Steelers and Packers

Where novelty bets are concerned, the Super Bowl 2011 payouts will be $20 or greater with a $10 bet.

Bud Light would pay just shy of $30.

Budweiser pays the same.

Doritos is might be a good bet, paying $55.

GoDaddy.com pays $100.

Pepsi Max pays $60.

Skechers pays $120.

Teleflora pays $150.

Any other commercial will pay $25 for every $10 bet.

The highest paying game props would be a safety scored ($70 for every $10 bet), will the game be decided by exactly 3 points ($32.50 paid out on a $10 bet), Steelers scoring in all four quarters would pay just shy of $30.

First scoring plays and last scoring plays also have enormous payout potential.  Check out all the 2011 Super Bowl betting props here.

- Don Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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