How to Bet on the Super Bowl in Canada

how to bet on super bowl in canada

Canadians love to watch the Super Bowl and we’ve made it easier than ever for Canadian NFL fans to place a bet on the big game. Follow the steps below, then check out our quick guide to betting on the game of the year!

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How To Bet on the Super Bowl in Canada

Create a Sports Interaction Account

Creating a betting account with Sports Interaction shouldn’t take more than a few minutes, and its been set up to make the process as simple as possible.

  1. Go to and claim your signup bonus offer! 
  2. Click “Register Here”.
  3. Follow along the simple 3-step account creation process.
  4. Choose your Deposit Limits and start using your account!
  5. Now that you’ve set up your account, you’re ready to make your first deposit and then your first bet!

Place Your Super Bowl Bet

Once you complete the above steps, you’ll be ready to place a bet on the Super Bowl. All you need now is a quick refresher on the different kinds of bets you can place on football’s biggest game of the year, and there are literally hundreds of options.

Super Bowl Prop Bets

The Basics of Super Bowl Betting

Even if their favourite team isn’t playing, people tend to choose a side when it comes to Super Bowl betting. Even those who can usually watch regular season games without getting invested often find it challenging to remain completely neutral on Super Bowl Sunday.

The Super Bowl carries significant stakes and generates immense interest, making it a very popular day for placing bets.

Let’s take a look at some of the most commonly placed bets on Super Bowl games.

Super Bowl Moneyline Bet

If your primary interest lies in the game’s final result, a moneyline bet might be your preferred choice. This type of wager involves betting on which team will win, with underdogs offering a larger payout compared to favourites in the event of a victory.

For example, in Super Bowl 58, most sportsbooks have the San Francisco 49ers as moneyline favourites with odds of -118, while the Kansas City Chiefs are listed as slight underdogs at +100. This means that a bettor wagering $118 on the 49ers would win $100 (including their initial bet amount) if they emerged victorious, whereas someone betting $100 on the Chiefs would also stand to win $100 (incl their original bet amount.)

The moneyline bet is the most straightforward way to bet on any game’s outcome.

Super Bowl Point Spread Betting 

If you want to bet the favourite but seek a slightly more lucrative payout, consider betting against the spread. In Super Bowl 58, most betting sites have the Niners as a slight 1.5-point favourite at -110. This number tells you that for a bet on the 49ers to be successful, they must win by at least two points to cover the spread.

Determining whether a bet on the underdog is successful involves adding the point spread figure to their actual score and comparing it to the opposing team’s total. For example, in last year’s Super Bowl, where the Chiefs were 1.5-point underdogs, they would have covered the spread even with a final score of 28-27 in favour of the opposing team.

Historically, Super Bowl betting favourites have won outright 37 times out of 57 and covered the spread 28 times, with 27 pushes or ties. Click here to learn more about point spread betting. 

Super Bowl Over/Under Totals Betting

Some bettors prefer to bet on totals, often referred to as the Over/Under. These bets are fun if you’re new to sports betting.

The concept is simple: you predict whether the combined points scored by both teams will be higher or lower than the predetermined total. Typically, both sides of the bet offer -110 odds, which include the book’s commission.

For instance, in Super Bowl 57, the Chiefs and Eagles collectively scored 73 points, while the Over/Under was set at 51.5. As a result, those who bet on the Over were successful, while those who bet on the Under did not win their wager.

Super Bowl Prop Bets

If you’re interested in placing bets on the Super Bowl, props present a popular betting option. A “prop bet,” short for proposition bet, focuses on outcomes unrelated to the game’s final score or total points. Essentially, prop bets encompass any wagers outside of Moneyline, Total Score, or Point Spread bets. In most cases, these bets revolve around individual player statistics, such as a player’s performance in a given game, including their ability to score multiple goals, accumulate a set number points, rush for a certain number of yards, among other possibilities.

Typically, NFL player props center on these individual player statistics. When you bet on them, you are essentially predicting the occurrence of a specific outcome related to a player’s performance during the game. It’s important to note that the result of an NFL player prop is independent of the overall game result. Furthermore, the popularity of a player often corresponds with the availability of more player prop bets when wagering on the Super Bowl.

Props you might see include:

Quarterback Passing Yards

Running Back Rushing Yards

Wide Receiver Receiving Yards

What color the gatorade will be that’s dumped on the winning coach’s head

How long it’ll take the anthem singer to get through Star-Spangled Banner

Will there be an Octopus at the Super Bowl?

Bet on all these Super Bowl bets and more at Sports Interaction.

Betting at Sports Interaction

When you place a bet at Sports Interaction, you’ll see odds that often look like this:

As you can see, you’ll encounter all the odds types described above –  point spread, moneyline and over/under totals bets. Once you’ve set up your account, take a look around the site and see all that we have to offer!