What Were The Super Bowl 55 Odds In February 2020?

Travis Kelce #87 of the Kansas City Chiefs celebrates with the Vince Lombardi Trophy after defeating the San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV at Hard Rock Stadium on February 02, 2020, in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)
(Photo by Maddie Meyer/Getty Images)

Sports fans aren’t very patient. While everyone is interested in what the Super Bowl 55 odds are, many of us can’t help but already wonder which teams have the best odds for next year.

Thankfully, the BetMGM Sportsbook can answer that question with their Super Bowl 56 odds.

Futures bets are exciting in that you get to hold onto that “ticket” for awhile. There’s also the sense of risk because you never know what can happen with injuries, trades, etc. But that can also work in your favor.

One year ago, no one imagined Tampa Bay would be playing in Super Bowl 55. The Bucs had +5000 odds. A Tampa Bay fan could have laid $10 down and said, “Hey, you never know.”

A month later, Tom Brady signs with the Bucs. And a year later, the Bucs are playing Kansas City in the Super Bowl. If Tampa Bay wins, that moonshot $10 bet will win $500.

Or you could have played it safe and bet the Chiefs to repeat. Kansas City was the favorite at +500 a year ago.

Super Bowl 55 Odds From February 2020

Chiefs +500
49ers +600
Ravens +800
Saints +1000
Patriots +1400
Cowboys +1800
Eagles +1800
Packers +1800
Vikings +2000
Rams +2000
Seahawks +2000
Steelers +2000
Titans +2500
Chargers +2500
Bills +3000
Bears +3000
Browns +3000
Texans +3000
Colts +3000
Falcons +3300
Lions +4000
Panthers +5000
Jaguars +5000
Buccaneers +5000
Giants +8000
Raiders +8000
Cardinals +8000
Broncos +8000
Jets +10000
Bengals +10000
Dolphins +20000

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Sam Herder is a writer for BetMGM and HERO Sports. A North Dakota State journalism grad, he spent several years in the print media industry before writing for online outlets. Sam has covered sports at all levels — high school, college, and professional — since 2011.