One way to spice up your super bowl experience is to place a friendly wager. We have a few of them. But not just betting on the favorite team or even the score of the game. Turns out you can put your... See More
One way to spice up your super bowl experience is to place a friendly wager. We have a few of them. But not just betting on the favorite team or even the score of the game. Turns out you can put your money down on a wide range of things, from quirky to the down right ridiculous. And those who are cashing in big time. Nick watt is here with more. Good morning, even if you don't like football, beer, wings, even your friends, you can enjoy watching the big game by betting on pretty much anything. Not yardage and sacks, what kind of hat is Bruno Mars going to wear during the halftime show? Here in Vegas, they call them prop bets. Think of something, anything, and the chances are you can bet on it. Everyone likes to bet the game. But, you know, the prop bets are something you can bet on during the game. And hundreds and hundreds of prop bets that go through the game. Who will the mvp thank first, god at 30/5, and sponsors at 30/1. Will Moreno cry? He has before. And waring gloves and that's a simple one. And will the announcers say marijuana? Legal now in Seattle and Denver. That's 7/2. And will a chili pepper go shirtless? Bookies offered odds at 75/1 that William the fridge Perry would score. And he did. And 50 million buck this is year from bets, and this guy has 600 grand at stake. A professional gambler has a secret system that guarantees at least a 5-10% profit. Study it hard, and how they play in cold weather, you're going to get good advantages. I am so not a betting man, but I'd say avoid a power outage wager, do you think they'd let that happen again? Will it go into overtime? It never has in 47 games so far. Put a buck on that, and you could win $6.50. Retire to bora bora. I'm taking prop bets on their behavior during the show. We have Dan shuffling his papers, I've lost count already, bianna, how many times you mention your son Jake, more money within that, and how many times is Sara going to laugh? We're taking bets at up to a hundred times -- How many times Ron will make a cultural reference to the 1950s? That's me. That's the final thing. He's not even on the set. Easy to make fun of him. I have no idea what you're talking about.
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