Super Bowl 54 is right around the corner, and this year well mark the first time you can legally bet on the Super Bowl online in Pennsylvania since PA online sports betting launched last June. For many football fans, bettors, and even the general public, the Super Bowl marks the one day each year they will wager on a sporting event.
We’ve put together a full guide about how to bet on the Super Bowl, but here we will take a look at PA Super Bowl betting, and the best sports betting apps to use for betting on the big game.
Online Sportsbooks For Betting on The Super Bowl in Pennsylvania
There are no shortage of options for Pennsylvania bettors now that there are nearly double-digit online sportsbooks available in the state. There are the more popular and well-known ones, such as DraftKings Sportsbook PA and Fanduel Sportsbook PA, along with lesser-known options like FOX Bet PA and Unibet. Each sportsbook will allow you to bet on the spread, winner and total points scored, along with assorted Super Bowl 54 prop bets, but there are differences between them.
Here are your options in order of what we would recommend.
DraftKings is arguably the most popular betting brand, and for good reason– it is one of only two sportsbooks that is available in all legal US sports betting states.
In addition, DraftKings is offering excellent Super Bowl promos.
They offer all of the standard betting options, a deep list of prop bets, and the best live in-game betting experience available.
Live in-game betting allows you to bet not only before the game, but also on halves, quarters and plays throughout the course of the game. The lines constantly update, and DraftKings is faster than anybody at offering this action. T
hey also have something called Flash Bet, which allows you to bet on an upcoming play or series. It is very engaging and fun. DraftKings has an app available on iOS and Android, and you can also play through the mobile web.
New users who sign up for DraftKings here can get up to $1,000 free. Your first real bet will be up to $500 risk-free, meaning you’ll get your money back if you lose, and your deposit will be matched up to $500 (keep in mind only 20% of this amount is matched).
FOX Bet is backed, of course, by FOX Sports, and allows you not only to bet traditional spread and prop bets on the Super Bowl in Pennsylvania, but it also allows you to bet against challenges offered by FOX Sports personalities. These options include boosted odds for selections made by the likes of Colin Cowherd and Charissa Thompson, and custom bets with long odds. FOX Bet is very inventive with what they will allow you to bet on and there will be no shortage of options for the Super Bowl.
New users to FOX Bet can get $100 in free bets when they sign up in Pennsylvania here.
The official sponsor of the Eagles has to be sour a bit that Philly’s team won’t be in the Super Bowl this year, but that won’t stop them from taking action in Pennsylvania on the Super Bowl.
Their site is no frills, but it is clean, easy to read, and works lightning fast.
New users who sign up for Unibet can get $20 free without making a deposit and then get a $300 risk-free bet on the Super Bowl. It is a very simple and straightforward offer and worth checking out.
Read more about Unibet’s Super Bowl promo.
Other good options in Pennsylvania include:
Fanduel Sportsbook (bet now)
SugarHouse Sportsbook (bet now)
BetRivers (bet now)
PA Super Bowl Betting
Where can I bet on the Super Bowl in PA?
You can bet on the Super Bowl in Pennsylvania at any of the state's casinos, including Parx, Rivers, and Mt. Airy Casino Resort. In addition, several online sportsbooks offer mobile betting throughout PA.
What types of bets can I place?
In PA, you can bet on the spread, moneyline, total, props, and parlays for the Super Bowl.
Can I bet on crazy props?
No, in Pennsylvania, you can not bet on Super Bowl props with predetermined outcomes, like the National Anthem, Gatorade color, or other elements outside the game itself.
How To Bet in PA
Pennsylvania having online sports betting is a big part of the reason the American Gaming Association estimates 19% more people will bet on the Super Bowl online in 2020. To bet on the Super Bowl in Pennsylvania, you must be physically located in the state at the time of your bet.
Each of these sportsbooks will check the location on your phone or computer to ensure that you are located in the state. There is no fooling them as they ping a GPS and cannot be tricked by VPNs or other methods that could mask your location.
Once you download an app or sign up for a site, you’ll be asked to enter your name and other personal details, sometimes including even your Social Security or driver’s license numbers. Don’t be alarmed. These sites are fully secure and this information is encrypted, but it allows them to verify your identity.
Since betting is for people who are only over 21, sportsbooks has to ensure that you are indeed who you say you are. These checks and balances are put in place by the state to prevent fraud and gambling addiction.
In New Jersey? Read our guide on NJ Super Bowl betting.