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Will the Team That Chooses Heads or Tails in the Coin Toss be Correct Super Bowl 52 Bet

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Jan/27/2018

Tails - Five times out of the last six Super Bowls the Patriots have played in have resulted in the coin landing on tails, including last year.

Heads - Tails has never occurred five straight Super Bowls.  The last four have landed on Tails.

Coin Toss Winners - They have won four of the last seven Super Bowls.

The Super Bowl 52 Head or Tails prop bet will be among the most wagered on. 

Here are your odds (note prices vary across each site)

Super Bowl 52 Coin Toss Odds

    Heads -105
    Tails -105

Will the team that chooses heads or tails in the coin toss be correct?

    YES -105
    NO -105

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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