The Super Bowl National Anthem is one of many novelty markets that aren’t tied to the actual outcome of the game. Online sportsbooks have made it a popular Super Bowl prop bet by offering the singing of “The Star-Spangled Banner”, which takes place prior to the coin toss.
Prop bets on the Super Bowl National Anthem
Prop bets on the Super Bowl’s national anthem have seen a rise in popularity in the last decade. This is mainly because the market doesn’t directly involve the game but has a fun crossover to pop culture that appeals even to the casual viewer.
The National Anthem Prop Bets are one of the many novelty Super Bowl betting odds that you can make.
How to place a bet on Super Bowl’s national anthem
The Super Bowl national song is the only thing that you can bet on. The performer must sing “The Star-Spangled Banner.”
Gamblers will no longer have the chance to place bets on the NFL’s Super Bowl. Many will be trying to make a few dollars. When the celebrations begin in February, there are many “unique” opportunities. This includes the over/under on how long the National Anthem will be played.
Bettors are hoping that the Super Bowl National Anthem will bring them some star-spangled money this year. The National Anthem is the most exciting game in the NFL season. Bettors will have to decide again this year on the song’s length more than two centuries since Francis Scott Key composed “Star-Spangled Banner”.
The Star-Spangled Banner is a companion to the NFL, just like bacon and eggs. The NFL doesn’t stop there. You can bet. You knew this because it’s why your here. Odds Shark understands that the Super Bowl will be a great place to both casual and professional bettors.
The American national anthem is a common feature at all sporting events in the United States. But, the most watched performance at the biggest pro football event is undoubtedly the American national anthem.
The NFL loves to have a major name in the music business sing the anthem. They chose to collaborate with Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan to perform the Star-Spangled Banner at Super Bowl 55.
Sportsbooks know that a lot bettors will place big money on betting props involving lengths of the national anthem. After seeing footage that showed a possible runtime for the anthem being leaked, oddsmakers decided to remove the O-U from Super Bowl 55.
While the Super Bowl is over for another year, the betting community will not soon forget what happened with national anthem betting 2021. Sportsbooks published an Over/Under time to indicate how long it would take them to perform the song after Jazmine Sullivan was announced and Eric Church was chosen as the performers. After a tweet by a reporter tipping off the betting world, the number fluctuated between 1:57 to 2:01.Last Updated on October 2, 2021