Playing Super Bowl squares is one of the most entertaining and popular ways to bet on the NFL’s most awaited event. Also, they expand the value of watching the game from start to finish. However, your enjoyment of the squares will be reduced if you play with a subpar set of options.
The good news is that there are football betting sites that provide good odds on every possible combination. During Super Bowl LVII, you can get the numbers you think will hit the scoreboard. However, squares are not available on every sports betting platform. That’s why we recommend looking for one before Super Bowl Sunday.
What are Super Bowl Squares?
More than thirty states and the District of Columbia have legalized sports betting. Thus, people can bet on soccer and football without worries in those states. However, in the past, you could play Super Bowl squares via the workplace or Super Bowl party box pool.
Let’s utilize the game’s conclusion to explain how most Super Bowl squares function for people who aren’t acquainted with them. Typically, you’d purchase a square (or many squares) before the game began. When all 100 squares are used, random digits from 0 to 9 will be placed in each vertical and horizontal column. Your lucky numbers are the ones that fall within the confines of your box.
One of your Super Bowl squares may read “7” for the Chiefs and “0” for the Eagles (not bad, given how common those numbers are in scores). These numerals correspond to the club’s second digit in its score (or, if the team scores in the single digits, the final score for that club). Prizes are usually distributed during intermission and after the game is over.
This Super Bowl Square would win if the final score were Philadelphia 30 and Kansas City 27. It is because the second number for the Eagles is 0, and the second number for the Chiefs is 27. (7).