It’s extremely tight atop the board right now for William Hill’s Super Bowl 55 futures.
Four teams currently have odds of +500 or lower to hoist the Lombardi Trophy this upcoming February, the first time that’s been the case since William Hill released these futures back on January 20.
After briefly losing their status as Super Bowl favorites back in October, the Chiefs once again lead the way at +350. The Steelers enter Week 9 as the NFL’s last remaining undefeated team, and they’re next at +450. The Seahawks and Buccaneers follow at +500 apiece.
The Packers, Ravens and Saints make up the next tier of teams, as they sit at 10/1, 11/1 and 12/1 respectively. Just five other teams have odds of 25/1 or lower: the Bills (20/1), Cardinals (20/1), Colts (22/1), Titans (25/1) and Rams (25/1).
Since the season kicked off on September 10, five teams have stood out as the most popular Super Bowl futures bets at William Hill.
In terms of total number of tickets, the Seahawks rank first at 9% with the Packers and Chiefs right behind at 8% apiece. The Buccaneers, Steelers and Raiders (75/1) are all at 6% as well.
Meanwhile for total dollars wagered, the Chiefs are tops at 16%. The Seahawks are the only other team to reach the double-digit mark at 10%. The Buccaneers (9%), Packers (7%) and Steelers (6%) round out the top five for this category.
The biggest Super Bowl futures bet taken at William Hill since the season started was a Nevada bettor putting down $7,000 on Bills 18/1 back in early October for a total potential payout of $133,000.
In addition, four other notable $5,000 Super Bowl future wagers were placed: two on Chiefs +450 ($27,500 total potential payouts each), one on Browns 45/1 ($230,000 total potential payout) and one on Bills 15/1 ($80,000 total potential payout).
Check out William Hill’s latest Super Bowl 55 trends since the beginning of the NFL season below.