You can bet the Super Bowl with a teaser, which is similar to a parlay. Similar in that it consists of two or more individual bets linked together. Also, every single wager has to win for the teaser to win. If one link in the chain is broken then the whole chain becomes useless. The difference is that parlays are for men and teasers are for little boys. Betting on the Super Bowl with a teaser is like riding a bike with training wheels. Super Bowl betting with a teaser is like going to the prom with your cousin. It’s like having Tufts as your safety school. The teaser not only allows the bettor to combine bets on two different games. Additionally, the bettor can adjust the point spreads for the two games. In exchange, he or she receives a lower payout should the bets win.
More often than not, the bettor chooses at least two teams up to, sometimes, 15 teams. The bettor will get points on his favor to add or subtract to the teams to improve the point spread. There are two kinds of teasers. The first type, called the “Super Teaser,” “Special Teaser,” “Big Teaser,” or “Monster Teaser,” enables the bettor to choose three, four, or sometimes five teams, and provides a larger number of points to add or subtract to the spread. However, the bettor will earn less money than what they risked in the bet. The second kind is called a “Vegas Teaser,” or just a “Teaser.” In this case, the bettor will get fewer points to adjust the spread, but the more teams chosen in the wager, the higher the payout.
Since only two teams are involved, you teaser-bet the Super Bowl the same as you would parlay it. For example, you can bet on the point spread and the total. Picture this. You want to bet on the favorite at –2.5 on the spread, along with the under on the total of 53 points. The only problem is you’re not fully convinced the fave is going to cover. Therefore, you buy a seven-point teaser, which changes your parlay to the chalk at +4.5 and the under at 60. You would win if the favorites loose by, say, 17-21. That’s the sort of Super Bowl bets you can teaser. Let’s say a two-team, seven-point teaser pays out at –130. That means you would have to bet $130 to win $100 on your winning Super Bowl teaser. As opposed to betting $100 to win $260 on your initial losing parlay.
Many gamblers are partial to the teaser because it gives them room to wiggle. Although as mentioned above, all aspects of the bet must be successful to win. There jury is still out among seasoned bettors whether teasers are good wagers or not. Opinions are divided, with some believing they are a bad choice, while others believe they are worth it. Particularly because more games tend to fall close to the point spread. Many betting websites also offer teaser cards. In the majority of cases, teasers must involve three teams or more. Moreover, spreads and totals have half points to avoid ties. Cards are released in the morning – e.g., every Wednesday morning for football – and the lines on the cards are fixed. Although books reserve the right to pull games off the board.
And don’t forget the sportsbooks that offer the best Super Bowl odds. Such as My Bookie.ag, Intertops.eu, Xbet.ag, or GT Bets.eu. That reminder aside, is there anything left to say? Nothing. Except that it is left to the bettor’s better judgment whether they want to use a teaser when they bet the Super Bowl.