From fantastic football finger foods to beer on tap to the Super Bowl party games with friends, Super Bowl Sunday promises a whole lot more fun than some people might even realize.
So often at Super Bowl parties you'll have a real mix of fervent fans and friends who tag along for the party aspect of the game. That latter group isn't always as eager to settle down and watch the game, but there is a way to pique their interest.
To get everyone - and we mean everyone, not just the fans - excited to watch the actual game, we recommend a little friendly Super Bowl party game for proposition betting. Here, the 411 on prop betting and an easy to print list of prop betting questions ready to go so you don't have to do the research. Check it out!
So, get ready to enjoy the grub, the beer and have a blast with your friends at your Super Bowl party and place your bet with this great proposition betting idea!
What exactly is proposition betting?
Okay, when we first heard about prop betting we'll admit we weren't sure what it meant either. A proposition bet, also known as a prop bet or a side bet, can be made two ways: on the occurrence (or not) during a game and on specific aspects of the pageantry surrounding the game.
This means you can bet on anything from whether or not the national anthem will run longer than 2 minutes, if the score will be tied at half time or on what color the Gatorade will be that's dumped on the winning coach.
What's great about prop betting is that it gets everyone engaged, interested and interactive with the game.
So, what are you waiting for? Click the picture above and print out as many of these prop betting sheets as you'll have guests and get betting.
How to make prop bets:
Have a set buy-in for everyone playing. Depending on how many players you have, set a reasonable ante that everyone will be okay with but that's large enough to make it enticing. Generally, for a party of 10 people we try to get $20 - this way the pot is $200 for whoever wins.
Make your guesses before the game starts - in pen! Then, root away. At the end of the game, whoever has guessed the most correct answers properly (just tally it up), wins. A tie means the two winners split. Have fun with your guests and enjoy betting on your next Super Bowl!