Super Bowl 2020 Free Bets & New Customer Account Offers
The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will go head to head in the 2020 Super Bowl in Miami, Florida. Both teams have looked excellent during their playoff run, and will be hoping to take the final step here. This looks a great, evenly matched contest that should give us a fascinating betting heat to look at. Expect plenty of special markets and wagers available from the bookmakers, as well as some great offers you can take advantage of while you are placing your Super Bowl bets.
The Super Bowl is without doubt one of the global highlights of the sporting calendar and what many would rank as their number one must-see NFL betting contest of the year. No matter what happens it is always an incredible spectacle thanks to the effort and financial backing that goes into it, but more often than not the action on the field lives up to the expectation as well with endless tremendous contests over the years making this event even better.
The first ever Super Bowl was contested in 1967 between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs at the Los Angeles Memorial Stadium, a match that Green Bay won. They went on to defend their title the following year but then did not lift the trophy again for nearly three decades in 1997.
Wolverhampton Wanderers can be backed at 21/20 with Bet365 to win at West Ham on Sunday.
Odds Correct at 21:09 on 26-09-2020 and are subject to change.
How do I claim my free Super Bowl bet?
As the NFL continues to grow in the UK and all over the world, there is plenty of money being bandied about come game day so every major bookmaker on the planet will have odds available on the NFL. With a two week gap between the conference finals and the Super Bowl itself, that gives bookmakers the window of opportunity they need to get their Super Bowl offering nailed down. This means creating the markets, pricing them up and of course promoting them to us, so we can see what is on offer with each bookmaker and compare it to the competition.
Just like any other big event, the build up to the Super Bowl is one that bookmakers love. Alongside getting their regular customers to place their Super Bowl bets, they are also looking to bring new customers on board, and to do that they put together a number of special offers ahead of the big one. These can be either big welcome bonuses for new customers, enhanced odds on the game or consolations that are created all to attract business. While the bookmakers are doing this to compete with each other, punters are in a great position. Ahead of the big game, simply sit back and relax as you browse the offers available with the leading bookmakers, and go with the one that suits you and your bet the best.
You can bet on who will win each Division, who will make the play-offs etc. but when it comes to the Super Bowl there is only one outright market and that is who will win it.
When it comes around though, and the two teams are known, all the usual game markets are opened up and millions will be placed on the point spreads, who will be the top point scorer, who will score a touchdown and much more.
Like the pinnacle of any sport it is the event that attracts the most money and therefore bookmakers will become all the more inventive with their markets for the big game. Look out for specials on teams and specific players.
What are the most popular Super Bowl markets?
Like any NFL game, there are countless odds available across a range of Super Bowl free bets, including markets on individual players and teams. These include:
- Total number of touchdowns
- Total yards thrown by quarterback
- Who will be the MVP of the game
- First/Last/Anytime touchdown scorers
- Individual player passing and rushing yards
- Total game points
- Winning margin
- And many more
Also during the Super Bowl, and this is where it might differ from regular NFL season games, lots of bookies like to hold markets with special odds on things that might happen. With the Super Bowl drawing the sort of global audience only saved for other big events like the World Cup final, there is plenty of attention.
Specials bets usually centre on the half-time show, with odds on who will perform, whether anything will go wrong, and what the opening number will be. Katy Perry set a high standard in 2015 by bringing out all her classics and dancing next to a shark who didn't seem to know what was going on.
Who are the most successful teams in Super Bowl history?
The most successful teams in the competition’s history are the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots who have emerged with the title on six occasions starting in 197 although both the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers are just one behind them and desperate to level it up. That could well happen this year when the 49ers take on the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2020 Super Bowl.
Who are the most recent Super Bowl winners?
2019 - Super Bowl LIII - New England Patriots 13 LA Rams 3
2018 - Super Bowl LII - Philadelphia Eagles 41-33 New England Patriots
2017 - Super Bowl LI - New England Patriots 34-28 Atlanta Falcons
2016 - Super Bowl 50 - Denver Broncos 24-10 Carolina Panthers
2015 - Super Bowl XLIX - New England Patriots 28-24 Seattle Seahawks
2014 - Super Bowl XLVIII - Seattle Seahawks 43-8 Denver Broncos
2013 - Super Bowl XLVII - Baltimore Ravens 34-31 San Francisco 49ers
Where is the Super Bowl held?
The Super Bowl is not held in one set place and moves around the US every year although there are several venues that have hosted the prestigious event numerous times. The most frequent is the Louisiana Superdome which has held the match seven times between 1978 and 2013. Whichever city is the host each year is completely engulfed by Super Bowl fever for weeks if not months before the game is played out.
Who contests the Super Bowl?
The NFL season comes to an end in December and the winners of each of the eight Divisions of the NFC and AFC, plus four wildcard runners-up head into the play-offs. The two remaining teams after a preliminary round, a quarter-final and the semis go on to contest the Super Bowl for the right to be the best team in the country in that given year.