Super Bowl Sunday is much more than just the NFL’s ultimate championship game. There are incredible ads, an elaborate halftime show and endless ways to bet on the many aspects of the game. Check out our Super Bowl Specials for a massive selection of fun props designed to make your Super Bowl experience as epic as the game itself. Here are our Top 8 favorite Super Bowl props for Sunday’s big game.


1. Will "Left Shark" make an appearance on stage during the Super Bowl Halftime Show?

Coldplay is the halftime act at Super Bowl 50, but there are rumors as to who might join them. One guest that the internet is hoping makes an appearance is “Left Shark,” the Super Bowl 49 meme sensation. “Left Shark” was the shark-costumed dancer that comically messed up during Katy Perry’s routine last year. The odds are at +1000 that “Left Shark” makes an appearance this year.

2. Will there be an earthquake during the game?

It will be a sellout crowd at Super Bowl 50, but the question is how loud will the fans get? We’ve seen raucous audiences collectively generate enough noise to register a small earthquake. There’s also an estimated 5,000 earthquakes every year in the Bay area, many of which are too small to notice. If you like the chances of an earthquake happening during the game, then bet "Yes" at +1500.


3. Will Peyton Manning be seen crying at any point during the entire broadcast?

One of the leading storylines for Super Bowl 50 is Peyton Manning's looming retirement. If he sheds a tear, bettors will get paid out at +500. If you think he’ll fight back the tears, you can bet "No" at -1000.


4. What colour will the liquid be that is poured on the winning coach?

Coaches getting a Gatorade shower has been a tradition for almost 30 years, but the colour of the liquid varies. Last year, the New England Patriots dumped the team-coloured blue Gatorade on Bill Belichick. Two years ago, the Seattle Seahawks used orange – the colour that’s currently favoured at +130.


5. Who will the Super Bowl MVP mention first?

The top two options according to the odds are Team (+200) and God (+200). Some of the longer shots include City/Fans (+600), Coach (+750) and Family (+1500). Alternately, you can also bet none of the above (+225).


6. Will Peyton Manning announce his retirement in the post-game interview?

Manning’s retirement has been a hot topic leading up to the Super Bowl – especially after he was overheard telling Bill Belichick that this could be his "last rodeo" after the AFC Championship Game. The odds are +500 that he announces it in the post-game interview, say, if his team wins. The odds heavily favour a delayed announcement at -1000.


7. How many times will Cam Newton do the Open Shirt Superman motion during the game?

From dabbing to first down signals to the Superman shirt-rip, Newton likes to celebrate. Bet on how many times we’ll see his signature Superman motion, with a total set at 2.5. It’s +200 on the over and -300 on the under.


8. Will Denver win the Super Bowl, Peyton Manning retire, San Antonio win the NBA Championship and Tim Duncan retire?

This is the highest paying of the fun props, with "Yes" posted at +2000.


See all Super Bowl Specials Prop Odds here.


*Odds as of February 4, 2016