Super Bowl coin toss 2022 pick and what you need to know

Super Bowl coin toss 2022 pick and what you need to know

Betting on the Super Bowl is a national past time and there are many ways to do it. Many people bet on who will win the game or the number of points that will be scored, but the prop bets are what make it fun. In fact, you can bet on many prop bets that take place before the game starts. Super Bowl prop bets like the length of the National Anthem are very popular. Our Super Bowl coin toss 2022 pick targets the most popular prop bet in the game.

Super Bowl LVI Coin Toss Odds

There is more than one way to bet on the coin toss. You can bet on who wins the toss and if that team is the eventual winner of the Super Bowl.

Team to win Coin Toss: Cincinnati -110, Los Angeles Rams -110

Coin Toss is Heads/Tail: Tails -110, Heads -110

Coin Toss winner wins the game: Yes -110, No -110

Look at the Coin Toss Numbers

The Bengals and the Rams have a winning record when it comes to the coin toss. Both teams are 2-1 in the playoffs, although both teams lost in the championship game. In the last 55 Super bowl games tails has hit in 29 of the games, while heads has turned up 26 times.

FREE $20 Coin Toss Prop Bet

To kick off Super Bowl week we are sharing this free $20 Super Bowl coin toss prop bet. All you have to do is join and make a deposit during Super Bowl week. This will also award you three Free entries to the $10K Super Bowl Tournaments – February 7th to 12th and a Free entry to the $26K Super Bowl Crazy Payouts Tournament – February 13th.

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Super Bowl coin toss 2022 pick

Betting on the coin toss is really (excuse the pun) a flip of the coin, but here are a few other things to consider. The NFC has won six of the last eight coin flips in the Super Bowl and the team that wins the coin toss has won just 45 percent of the games. The winner of the toss has lost the Super Bowl every year since 2014 (Super Bowl XLIV).

Betting on the coin toss is fun and we will make a small play on “heads” because heads have delivered in three straight Super Bowls.

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