Bet on How Many Yards the First Touchdown of Super Bowl 52 Will Be

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
Feb/03/2018

You can bet on how many yards the first touchdown will be in Super Bowl 52 with payout odds starting at $12.50 for every $10 bet and going all the way up to $1200 for zero touchdowns in the game (highly unlikely).

1 to 7 hards is the favorite paying $12.50 for every $10 bet followed by 8-15 yards paying $15.

16 t0 25 yards pays out $25 for every $10 bet.

26 to 39 yards pays out $35.

02/04/2018 15:30:00   HOW MANY YARDS WILL THE 1ST TD OF THE GAME BE  
  92014 0 TD IN THE GAME +12000
  92015 0 YARD +5000
  92016 1 - 7 YARDS +125
  92017 8 - 15 YARDS +150
  92018 16 - 25 YARDS +250
  92019 26 - 39 YARDS +350
  92020 40 - 59 YARDS +800
  92021 60 - 79 YARDS +2000
  92022 80 - 95 YARDS +2500
  92023 96 OR MORE YARDS +3000

Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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