Indiana gamblers can enjoy all sorts of Super Bowl prop bets for the big game. There will be tons of betting options for Super Bowl LVI in the Hoosier State.
Prop bets are a fun way to mix up the typical betting experience, and the Super Bowl has plenty of unique options that you can’t find for other events.
The 2022 Super Bowl will be taking place on Feb. 13 in Los Angeles.
Super Bowl prop bets in Indiana
Betting on the Super Bowl is easy thanks to Indiana sports betting.
The Los Angeles Rams will be defending home turf in their second Super Bowl appearance in four years. On the other side of the matchup, the Cincinnati Bengals are looking for their first Super Bowl win in franchise history.
The NFL’s popularity makes Super Bowl betting is one of the biggest events of the year. All of the typical sports betting options are there for the big game, but prop bets take the Super Bowl to another level.
Specifically, the Super Bowl has all sorts of novelty prop options that aren’t available for any other game in any other sport.
The novelty props below are already approved for wagering in Indiana.
- Color of the Gatorade shower
- Who will the Super Bowl MVP thank first?
- Outcome of the coin toss
- Player to call coin toss correctly
- Team to win coin toss and game
- Whether or not player X will retire after the game
- Will there be a flea flicker?
Since the Super Bowl is still over a week away, the Indiana Gaming Commission still has a chance to add to that list. Online betting apps might be able to release even more novelty options before Feb. 13.
Limits on novelty prop bets
While Super Bowl novelty props are a great way to have some fun with Super Bowl betting, there are some stipulations that gamblers should know about.
Indiana has a ton of different options for betting, and some of them are more obscure than others. If you’re used to betting on these “other” events, then you’re probably familiar with some of the betting limits.
Sportsbooks can offer odds on events like Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating Contest and the Academy Awards. Indiana’s betting apps consider Super Bowl novelty props to be the same type of wager.
These more obscure options often have betting caps for gamblers. In other words, you can only wager so much money on them at one time.
So don’t expect to be able to bet $1,000 on the color of the Super Bowl Gatorade shower. Sportsbooks could have limits as low as $20 for some of these novelty props. It all depends on the individual betting app.
Despite the limits on wagering, Super Bowl props are a great way mix things up from the typical moneyline, spread and totals betting.
After all, these props are only available for the Super Bowl. If you’re already planning to bet on the big game, then novelty props are a great way to take advantage of the rare betting options before they’re gone.