The Super Bowl is the most-bet singular sporting event in the country each year. Louisiana bettors are able to get in on the action thanks to the rollout of mobile betting in the state. Mobile sports betting apps launched in Louisiana in Jan. 2022, and bettors in the Pelican State can now bet directly from their mobile devices.
In addition to a wide array of prop bets, the odds for the Super Bowl are much like any other game. Betting markets include point spread, moneyline, and total (over/under). Because of the immense popularity of the Super Bowl, sportsbooks offer many unique and niche betting options as well. These include the coin toss, who will call the first timeout, will the opening kickoff be a touchback, as well as many others. All in all, there are seemingly endless ways to bet on the Super Bowl in Louisiana.
Super Bowl LVII Odds
Super Bowl LVII will take place on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. While the game is still about three months away, that doesn’t mean you can’t start placing your wagers.
Many notable sportsbooks already give bettors the option to bet on the Super Bowl LVII winner. The chart below shows the futures market for Super Bowl LVII on DraftKings, as of Nov. 12, 2022.
|Team||Super Bowl LVII Odds|
|Kansas City Chiefs||+500|
|San Francisco 49ers||+1100|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+2000|
|Los Angeles Chargers||+3000|
Keep in mind that these odds are subject to change until the game kicks off. Be sure to shop around at the various sportsbooks and keep an eye on the odds over the course of the offseason and regular season.
Where Can I Bet on the Super Bowl in Louisiana?
Betting on the Super Bowl Online in Louisiana
With the rollout of mobile sports betting in Louisiana, bettors in the state can bet on the Super Bowl from the comfort of their own homes. In total, mobile betting is legal in 55 of Louisiana’s 64 parishes. The nine parishes that don’t allow mobile betting are Caldwell, Catahoula, Franklin, Jackson, LaSalle, Sabine, Union, West Carrol, and Winn. Bettors located in these parishes will simply have to drive to an approved parish in order to bet on the Super Bowl.
Sportsbook Locations in Louisiana
Bettors in Louisiana can also place bets in person if they prefer. In total, there are ten brick-and-mortar casinos that are accepting sports wagers in Louisiana. Nine have been approved through the Louisiana Gaming Control Board. Here’s a list of those locations.
|Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino||2550 Golden Nugget Blvd., Lake Charles, LA 70601||DraftKings|
|Harrah's New Orleans Hotel & Casino||228 Poydras St, New Orleans, LA 70130||Caesars Sportsbook|
|Horseshoe Bossier City Hotel & Casino||711 Horseshoe Blvd, Bossier City, LA 71111||Caesars Sportsbook|
|Sam's Town Hotel & Casino||315 Clyde Fant Pkwy, Shreveport, LA 71101||FanDuel|
|Boomtown Casino & Hotel New Orleans||4132 Peters Rd, Harvey, LA 70058||Unibet|
|L'Auberge Casino Hotel Baton Rouge||777 L’Auberge Ave, Baton Rouge, LA 70820||Unibet|
|L'Auberge Casino Lake Charles||777 L'Auberge Ave, Lake Charles, LA 70601||Unibet|
|Paragon Casino Resort and Hotel||711 Paragon Pl, Marksville, LA 71351||Betfred Sports|
|Margaritaville Resort Casino||777 Margaritaville Way, Bossier City, LA 71111||Barstool|
|Boomtown Casino Hotel||300 Riverside Dr., Boosier City, LA 71111||Barstool|
Paragon Casino Resort in Marksville, owned by the local Tunica-Biloxi Tribe, was the first retail sportsbook to open on Oct. 6, 2021. Mobile sports betting on tribal land is exclusive, meaning bettors in these locations can only use the partnered sportsbooks in the area and not other commercial sportsbooks. Paragon is the only casino in Louisiana not regulated by the state.
Current Live Retail Sportsbook Hours
- Boomtown Casino & Hotel New Orleans: Monday-Sunday 9am-midnight
- Harrah’s New Orleans Hotel & Casino: Monday-Thursday 11am-11pm, Friday 10am-midnight, Saturday 8am-midnight, Sunday 8am-11pm
- Horseshoe Bossier City Hotel & Casino: Monday-Thursday 10am-10pm, Friday 10am-11pm, Saturday-Sunday 8am to 11pm
- L’Auberge Casino Hotel Baton Rouge: Open 24 hours
- L’Auberge Casino Lake Charles: Monday-Friday 10am-midnight, Saturday-Sunday 8am-midnight
- Paragon Casino Resort and Hotel: Monday-Thursday 11am–midnight, Friday 11am-1am, Saturday 9am-1am, Sunday 9am-midnight
- Margaritaville Resort Casino: Monday-Thursday 10am-10pm, Friday 10am-11pm, Saturday-Sunday 8am to 11pm
- Boomtown Casino Hotel: Open 24 hours
- Sam’s Town Hotel & Casino: Monday-Thursday 1-9 pm, Friday-Sunday 12-10 pm
- Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino: Monday-Friday 10 am-11 pm, Saturday-Sunday 9am-midnight
The sports betting industry has taken off across Louisiana, and more retail locations and apps are expected to be available in the near future. The fun is just getting started!
History of New Orleans Saints Championships
In their early years, the Saints struggled to find success on the field. Prior to the 2000 NFL season, the Saints had one division title to their name. Since then, they have won eight division titles. They have been to the NFC Championship game three times and in their only trip to the Super Bowl, they beat the Indianapolis Colts, 31-17, in Super Bowl XLIV in Miami.
Much of the success came with Sean Payton as head coach and Drew Brees as the quarterback. Brees retired at the end of the 2020 season, and Payton announced his retirement at the end of the 2021 season. New head coach Dennis Allen will look to lead the Saints to their second Super Bowl title in the 2022-23 season.
NFL Super Bowl Odds and Betting
There are more ways to bet on the Super Bowl than any other game on the NFL schedule. For most of the calendar year, fans can place futures bets on the game by picking a winner.
A betting line for the game and odds for hundreds of prop bets (i.e., player production, who scores first, what the first score is, coin flip, etc.) typically don’t get posted until after the NFC and AFC Championship games.
Check your favorite sportsbooks’ offerings when it comes to picking Super Bowl props.
What is a Futures Bet?
A futures bet is a wager on the outcome of a future event. Examples of futures bets include a team to win the division, a team to win the conference championship, and a team to win the Super Bowl. Season win totals where you can bet a team winning over or under a certain amount of games is also a form of futures betting. There are also player-based futures markets, such as odds to win MVP or Rookie of the Year, as well as over/under on individual stats such as passing yards and touchdowns.
Super Bowl futures odds are often posted shortly after the conclusion of the previous Super Bowl and come down once the conference championship games get played.
What is a Prop Bet?
Prop bets, once predominantly for the Super Bowl but now available for most games in major sports, are wagering options not always tied directly to the outcome of the game. These sorts of bets began with and are especially popular for the Super Bowl. Some of the more popular Super Bowl prop bets include the result of the coin flip, which player will score the first touchdown, and who will be named MVP.
Game-related prop bets will include items such as whether there will be a score in the first five minutes, which team will score first, whether the opening kickoff will be a touchback, whether the first score will be a field goal or touchdown, whether there will be a safety in the game, and various player production-related outcomes.
How Super Bowl Bettings Odds Are Calculated
Odds to win the Super Bowl will vary from one sportsbook to the next, and these futures odds change throughout the offseason based on player movement (trades, free agency, and the draft). For example, when the Los Angeles Rams acquired Matthew Stafford, their odds became shorter. When Drew Brees announced his retirement, the Saints’ odds got longer.
The odds also shift depending on how much money gets wagered on a specific team. Sportsbooks protect their interest by encouraging fans to bet one way or another.
When the season gets underway, odds move based on wins and losses and how well or poorly teams are playing. The odds can also change if a key player suffers a significant injury.
Once the AFC and NFC title games conclude, sportsbooks will set the opening line for the Super Bowl. How well both teams are playing, the health of their respective rosters, how their rosters match up, and anything else oddsmakers deem relevant will be used to help set the opening line.
How to Bet on the Super Bowl in Louisiana
These are the steps you need to take in order to place a bet on the Super Bowl in Louisiana:
- Research the available sportsbooks to see who has the best odds on the market you want to bet on and the best welcome bonus.
- Download the app for that sportsbook to your mobile device.
- Register for a new account with that sportsbook. Don’t forget to enter the promo code (if needed) for the welcome bonus.
- Make your first deposit.
- Click on the team you wish to bet on.
- Enter how much you want to bet in the appropriate box on the betting slip and click ‘place bet.’
- To bet on the spread, moneyline, or total, choose the market you want to bet on, click on it, and then enter the amount you wish to risk in the appropriate box in the betting slip. When you’re ready, click ‘place bet’ to place your wager.
- Should you win, once the bet gets paid out, go to your account and request a withdrawal to cash out.
Betting Odds for the Super Bowl FAQs
Yes! Bettors in Louisiana can bet on the Super Bowl from their mobile device or in person at ten brick-and-mortar casinos.
The legal betting age in Louisiana is 21 years or older.
Absolutely. Since online sportsbooks in Louisiana are licensed and regulated by the state, betting online is as safe as any other online financial transaction.
Yes. As popular as in-game betting during the Super Bowl and other games have been in other states, sportsbooks in Louisiana will offer in-game betting during Super Bowl LVII. This means you can place bets as the action is unfolding.
There’s no shortage of events away from the game, and you can bet on some of them. Some of the more popular prop bets include the coin toss, the length of the national anthem, and what will happen during the halftime show. Regulations for which markets can be offered vary from sportsbook to sportsbook.
Super Bowl LVII is set for Sunday, Feb. 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.