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Super Bowl Odds - Latest 2021 Super Bowl LV odds

Ryan Bonini
Sportsbook Wire

And then there were four. The march to Super Bowl LV continues. Which two teams will represent the AFC and the NFC in the biggest game of the season? Super Bowl LV odds are constantly changing as the NFL Playoffs separates the pretenders from the contenders. The Kansas City Chiefs (+210) and Green Bay Packers (+210) continue to be the Super Bowl favorites of BetMGM oddsmakers to play during the Super Bowl.

We'll be tracking all of the Super Bowl odds and Super Bowl prop bets heading into the Big Game, where the league champion for the 2020 NFL season will be decided.

2021 Super Bowl odds to win

NFL TeamSuper Bowl OddsWager Details

Kansas City Chiefs


Bet $100, win $210

Green Bay Packers


Bet $100, win $210

Buffalo Bills


Bet $100, win $325

Tampa Bay Buccaneers


Bet $100, win $400

Odds via BetMGM Sportsbook. Last updated 1/19/21.

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When is Super Bowl LV?

Super Bowl 55 is coming at us Sunday, February 7, 2021 from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

Also see: Super Bowl Prop Bets | Super Bowl Favorite

Who are the Super Bowl Announcers?

Jim Nantz will be handling the play-by-play while Tony Romo will serve as the game analyst.

Who is doing the Super Bowl Halftime Show?

The halftime show will be The Weeknd.

Who is singing the Super Bowl National Anthem?

GRAMMY-nominated artists Eric Church and Jazmine Sullivan will sing the National Anthem.

Who is singing America The Beautiful at the Super Bowl?

GRAMMY-award winning artist H.E.R. will sing America The Beautiful.

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