Super Bowl 2024 Odds on NY Mobile Sports Betting Apps

New York mobile sports betting is live, meaning local residents can bet online for the upcoming Super Bowl 2024. So, rather than travel to one of the Empire State’s casinos or Atlantic City to put money down on the big game, people can do so from anywhere in New York (with a sufficient internet connection). 

Now, we know that Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs will attempt to defend their championship. To go back-to-back, the Chiefs will have to defeat the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.

What do the betting odds look like this year? Let’s take a look at the odds for Super Bowl 58.

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Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs are back in the Super Bowl and will look to go back-to-back after defeating the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship. Can Mahomes and Kansas City become the latest dynasty?

San Francisco 49ers

Brock Purdy and the 49ers just had the biggest comeback in championship game history, beating the Detroit Lions. Now, the 49ers have some unfinished business and will look to do what they couldn’t five years ago and that’s beat Kansas City in the Super Bowl.

Where Can I Bet On The Super Bowl In New York?

Online sports betting is legal in the Empire State alongside physical casino locations. All nine approved sports betting apps are available, including DraftKings, FanDuel, and Caesars Sportsbook. Get more details on New York mobile sports betting here along with sign-up bonuses to consider.

Here are eight retail sports betting locations to place a bet on Super Bowl 57:

  • Del Lago Casino Resort (DraftKings)
  • Point Place Casino (Caesars)
  • Yellow Brick Road Casino (Caesars)
  • Turning Stone Resort & Casino (Caesars)
  • Rivers Casino Schenectady (Rivers Sportsbook)
  • Tioga Downs (FanDuel)
  • Resort World Catskills (Sportsbook 360)
  • Akwesasne Mohawk Casino (PlaySports by IGT)

History of New York Jets Championships

The Jets won their first (and only) AFL (which would later become the AFC) title in 1968 when it beat the Baltimore Colts in Super Bowl III—which quarterback Joe Namath had guaranteed despite the Jets being heavy underdogs. They won their division that year and the next but did not win it again until 1998. They have since won the division just one other time (2002).

Over the team’s lengthy history, it has had several legendary coaches and players. Four coaches have been inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (Weeb Ewbank, Bulldog Turner, Sammy Baugh, and Bill Parcells.

Fourteen players that have played for the Jets at some point in their careers have been inducted, but the only ones that played the bulk of their career with the Jets were Don Maynard, Curtis Martin, Winston Hill, Joe Namath, and Kevin Mawae.

History Of New York Giants Championships

The Giants are one of five teams that joined the NFL in 1925. Since then, the team has seen a lot of success, including four pre-Super Bowl Era NFL championships. During the Super Bowl Era, they have won the AFC four times and went on to win the Super Bowl each time. They have won their division 18 times, with the last coming back in 2011.

It should not come as a surprise that a team with 96 years of history is well-represented in the Hall of Fame, like owners Tim Mara (and founder) and Wellington Mara, as well as long-time head coach Bill Parcells.

Twenty-eight players have been inducted; among some of the more well-known names are Frank Gifford, Sam Huff, Michael Strahan, Y.A. Tittle, and Lawrence Taylor.

Off-Season Odds Breakdown For New York Jets

Head coach Adam Gase got fired and replaced by Robert Saleh. Under his first season, the Jets doubled the number of wins they had from the prior year! Unfortunately, that number improved from 2 wins to 4 wins. The best win was arguably a 34-31 win on Halloween against Cincinnati.

DraftKings Sportsbook had the Jets’ odds at +10000 to win the Super Bowl at the start of the season. They were the underdogs by a significant margin to win their own AFC East division. As expected, Buffalo was a big favorite for the division and ended up winning it.

Unless there was a big splash in the offseason, we did not expect the odds to improve too much with how good the other teams are in the AFC East. And the odds didn’t improve much over the season. The Jets finished the season 7-10.

Off-Season Odds Breakdown For New York Giants

Both the Jets and Giants finished the 2022 season with four wins. By comparison, offensively, the Giants had an even worse showing, which ultimately led to the firing of head coach Joe Judge after just two seasons. In seven of their losses, the team scored just 11 points or less. Four of those defeats had just single-digit outputs, which all happened in the final six weeks of the season.

The leading receiver with 521 total yards, Kenny Golladay, was held out of the endzone all season. The second-leading receiver, Kadarius Toney, also had no touchdowns. In total, there were just 15 receiving touchdowns for the team. The only receiver to get three touchdowns – the highest amount of any player on the team – was tight end Evan Engram.

Obviously, a lot was going to have to change on offense for the team to have a chance at the playoffs. And it did. At the start of the season, Caesars Sportsbook had the Giants set at +10000 to win the Super Bowl, which is the same as DraftKings Sportsbook. The odds were better in their own division by comparison, but they were still the biggest underdogs in that department as well.

The Giants finished the season 9-7-1 and have advanced to the Divisional Round.

NFL Super Bowl Odds And Betting

There are a few different types of wagers that bettors can place on the Super Bowl. As soon as the odds get posted for the next Super Bowl (usually soon after the conclusion of one), fans can place futures bets on the Big Game. They cannot bet on the spread, moneyline, or total until the opening betting line is posted following the conclusion of both conference title games.

Point Spread

The point spread is what oddsmakers believe the margin of victory will be for the game. The number is listed with a – for the favorite; that number will be subtracted from the favorite’s score. The underdog’s spread will be listed with a + because you add it to the underdog’s score.

You apply the spread accordingly to the team you bet on. If the score is higher than the other team, you win.


When you want to bet on the winner straight up, you want to bet the moneyline. To make betting on underdogs appealing, the odds result in bigger payouts. However, if you bet on a favorite, you win less. For example, if the odds on a favorite are -250, you will need to bet $250 to win $100. But if you bet on an underdog with +250 odds, a bet of $100 will win you $250.


Rather than bet on one team to win a game, you can bet on whether the combined final score or total will be greater than or less than a given number.

Parlay Bets

Rather than place individual bets on different things, fans can combine those individual bets into one called a parlay. Each bet is considered a leg; the more legs you have, the more you stand to win. However, if you miss out on one leg of your parlay, you lose the bet.

What Is An NFL Futures Bet?

Futures bets are wagers bettors can make on the outcome of a future event—like the Super Bowl. Odds for one will often be posted shortly after the conclusion of the latest edition of the game. Those odds are subject to change throughout the offseason as rosters change and as teams win or lose during the season.

Sportsbooks will often take futures bets during a given time frame. For example, futures odds for the Super Bowl will be posted and available to bet on throughout the year– but not in the two weeks prior to the game.

What Is A Super Bowl Prop Bet?

Super Bowl prop bets, or proposition bets, are wagers bettors can make involving aspects of the game other than the outcome or on things unrelated to the game itself. Common prop bets include who will win MVP, how many yards quarterback ‘A’ will throw for in the first half, or who will score first.

When it comes to the Super Bowl, sportsbooks will carry more than just game-related prop bets. They carry many more on things like the result of the coin flip, the length of the National Anthem, which beer commercial will come first, etc.

For example, for Super Bowl, the following exotic prop bet was available for Super Bowl LV:

  • Any Player to Throw a Football Into the Cannon Porthole During a Celebration (+5,000)

How Super Bowl Bettings Odds Are Calculated

Betting odds for the Super Bowl get calculated much like they are for any other game. Oddsmakers consider every relevant piece of information, advanced mathematics, various algorithms, and their own experience to calculate the game’s opening betting line and futures odds.

Throughout the offseason, futures odds are subject to change depending on player movement (i.e., free agency, retirement, the draft, etc.), how the public bets, and anything else deemed relevant to teams. Once the season starts, they will be subject to change as teams win or lose.

As for the opening line (which gets set after the conference title games conclude), it will be subject to change leading up to the game as oddsmakers deem necessary. Line movement will occur for the same reasons futures odds move— how the public bets, player health, and any other piece of information relevant to the game.

Let’s take a look at the closing line for Super Bowl LV:

Point SpreadMoneylineTotal (over/under)
Kansas City Chiefs-3.0 (-110)-15756.0 (-110)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers+3.0 (-118)+13856.0 (-110)

For bets on the Chiefs to win against the spread, Kansas City had to win by more than three to payout. To win $100 on such a bet, bettors had to wager $110. However, bets on the Chiefs to win via the moneyline required a $157 bet to win $100. However, bets on the Buccaneers to win via the moneyline, bets of $100 won $138.

Since the final score of the game was 31-9, bets on the under won. At -110, it took a wager of $110 to win $100.

How To Place Online Super Bowl Bets In New York

New York residents can download a sportsbook app, like FanDuel, and place a bet within state lines. Online sports betting made it in New York prior to the start of the NFL playoffs.

The betting process will be essentially the same in each state:

  • Look at sportsbook reviews on NY SportsDay to determine which platform fits best for you.
  • Register for an account. Be sure to claim its welcome bonus.
  • During the registration process, apps will be downloaded onto your iOS or Android device from the operating system’s marketplace or the official sportsbook site directly.
  • Make your first deposit.
  • Navigate through the app until you find the market you wish to bet on.
  • Click on that market and enter the amount you want to wager in the appropriate space on the betting slip.
  • Place the wager by clicking “Bet Now” or the equivalent phrase on the bet slip.

How To Make A Deposit

  • Log in to your account.
  • Tap on ‘Account’ located in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.
  • Tap on ‘Add Funds.’
  • Choose a banking method and an amount. 
  • To officially make your deposit click on the ‘Deposit’ button.

How To Make A Withdrawal

  • Log in to your account.
  • Tap on ‘Account’ located in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.
  • Tap on ‘Withdraw Funds.’
  • Choose a banking method and an amount. 
  • To officially request your withdrawal, click on the ‘Withdrawal’ button.

Phrases such as “Account” and “Add/Withdraw Funds” may be altered a little bit depending on the online sports betting app used. However, all these options are available on mobile apps available in New York.

Betting Odds For The Super Bowl FAQ 

How old do I need to be to bet on the Super Bowl in New York?

You will need to be at least 21 to bet online or at retail locations in New York. Local tribal casinos allow patrons that are 18 and older, but they will be unable to partake in sports betting activity until they are at least 21. Any player under 21 shouldn’t attempt to provide false information when signing up as that will lead to an immediate ban.

Is it safe to place a Super Bowl bet online?

Yes, it is safe to bet on the Super Bowl online as long as you stick to one of the online sportsbooks licensed and approved by the state’s regulating authority. All nine sports betting apps coming to New York will feature Super Bowl odds to consider, both futures bets and additional markets opening up as the event draws nearer.

Do online sportsbooks in New York offer in-game, live betting during the Super Bowl?

Yes, New York online sportsbook apps will have live betting options during the Super Bowl. Simply log in to your favorite sportsbook during the game and take a look at what live markets are available. The different types of game, team, and player props will not be the same across all platforms. Expect similar options as you’d find in a high-profile NFL regular season contest at that sportsbook.

Can I bet on events happening off the field?

Yes, you can bet on things that occur off the field during the Super Bowl. For example, participating sportsbooks will often have a vast selection of prop bets like the coin toss, the National Anthem, the halftime show, commercials, etc. Some props are only going to be available on certain sportsbooks.

What are the odds that the New York Jets or Giants will win Super Bowl 2022?

As they failed to contend or reach the postseason, both the Giants and Jets are unlisted to win this season’s Super Bowl. Futures odds to win Super Bowl LVII in 2023 are released. The latest odds can be found at the top of this page. Neither of the New York teams have a strong chance to win next season, and that’s reflected in the odds available for them.

When is the 2023 Super Bowl? 

Super Bowl LVII will occur on Sunday, February 12, 2022, in State Farm Stadium at Glendale, Arizona. This is the third time that this stadium will host the Super Bowl – the first two times were under the University of Phoenix Stadium name. Both Super Bowl events, Super Bowl XLIX and XLII, featured the New England Patriots. They defeated Seattle 28-24 in SB XLIX and lost to the Giants, 17-14, in XLII.

About the Author

Travis Pulver

Travis Pulver is a lifelong football fan, something he says comes naturally having been born in the football-crazy state of Texas. Through the years, his love of sports has extended into baseball, basketball, golf, and rugby. Life currently finds him in Indiana with his wife and two kids.

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