Covers, a reputable organization distinguished for monitoring significant wager amounts leading up to the Super Bowl, is continuing to do so once more. The tournament commences with the Kansas City Chiefs facing the San Francisco 49ers in anticipation of the upcoming Super Bowl LVIll. When the lineup was announced, the 49ers were the early favorites. Although the majority of wagers and funds are on the Chiefs, the largest wagers are on San Francisco to win.
An infusion of high-value wagers draws attention as the game approaches its start time. This comes a day after Drake paid $1.15 for a ticket and Circa wagered $1 million on the Chiefs. Sean Perry, a well-known sports wagerer, wagered $1.1 million without disclosing the identity of any specific team.
On the eve of the Super Bowl, February 10, three whale wagers were initiated on the 49ers. There were numerous bookmakers, including Drake, who placed substantial wagers on the Chiefs. John Ewing of BetMGM reports that a $250,000 wager was placed on the 49ers, and an additional $100,000 was placed on the Niners, both at odds of -130. The subsequent payment of $215,000 was accompanied by odds of -130. At this time, the Chiefs appear to be at the top of the list.
A wager of $668,181 was received on February 9, which was accepted by Caesars Palace and allocated to the San Francisco wager. This is the second largest quantity thus far. On Friday, a bettor placed a $205,000 wager on the 49ers against odds of -125.
On February 8, the most significant wagers were placed, including a $600,000 bet against San Francisco at odds of -120, as reported by NFL betting sites. This circumstance arose due to DraftKings. However, renowned for his whale wagers, Mattress Mack has stated that he is betting on the Chiefs to triumph. Additionally, legendary sports handicapper Billy Walters stated that he plans to wager on the Chiefs between $500,000 and $1 million, according to NFL betting sites.
On February 7, a wager of $500,000 was placed at Caesars on the 49ers, with odds of -125. The most substantial bet, in terms of value, was placed at FanDuel on the Chiefs. Betting on Super Bowl odds is available at all casinos and sportsbooks.