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Top 2011 Super Bowl Bets

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Feb/06/2011
Top 2011 Super Bowl Bets

If you were wondering what the top 10 2011 Super Bowl bets were coming into the big game, here you go:

Super Bowl XLV Line: Packers          -3.0/-105

Super Bowl XLV Line: Steelers         3.0/-115

Super Bowl XLV Line: Steelers         +130

Super Bowl XLV Line: Packers          o45.0

Super Bowl XLV Line: Packers          -150

Super Bowl XLV Line: Packers          u45.0

Super Bowl 1st Half Line:  1H-Packers        -1.5/-110

Game Props: Tails      -101

Super Bowl 1st Half Line:  1H-Steelers       1.5/-110

Game Props: Heads   -101

As you can see, the Super Bowl coin toss is once again among the most popular bets.  First half lines are also especially popular outside of the regular spread, money line and totals.

Gambling911.com experienced very heavy Super Bowl betting traffic throughout the day Sunday with approximately 100 searches registered per every two minutes during peak traffic periods after 1:30 pm ET.

Enjoy the game. 

These bets were all courtesy of Sportsbook.com.

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