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2024 Super Bowl props: Coin toss, Usher halftime show, Taylor Swift, National Anthem picks by NFL expert

There are many ways to bet on Chiefs vs. 49ers at Super Bowl 58, but you don’t have to be an NFL expert to get in on the action. The most watched television event of the year in the United States also includes a number of entertainment props and oddsmakers generally offer betting markets for anybody interested in the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show or even for those who are just watching for the commercials. You can bet on the coin toss, Reba McEntire’s national anthem rendition, Usher’s halftime show and, this year, there will could be Taylor Swift prop markets galore.

You may be able to bet on how many times the CBS broadcast shows Swift as she cheers on her boyfriend, Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, and much more. How should you betting these NFL specialty props for Super Bowl LVIII and what insight can be gleaned about these markets beforehand? Before betting any NFL props for Super Bowl 58, you need to see the best 2024 Super Bowl prop picks from SportsLine’s R.J. White

White, a Fantasy and gambling editor for CBS Sports, consistently crushes against-the-spread picks and went 535-450-30 on his ATS picks from 2017-22, which returned more than $3,500 to $100 players. What’s more, he has emerged as SportsLine’s top NFL expert again this season, posting a documented record of 97-76-4 on all of his NFL picks to net his followers a profit of more than $2,000.

White also has also had past success betting Super Bowl entertainment props, particularly the national anthem. Last year, White said to play Under 2:05 and that he expected the rendition to come in just over two minutes, and it landed at 2:01. He also hit the two prior renditions easily. Anyone who has followed White is way up.

After digging into the hundreds of props offered by oddsmakers, White has identified a handful of epic NFL prop plays worth backing. That includes his attempt to nail the length of the Star-Spangled Banner for a fourth consecutive season and a detailed look at Usher’s potential set list for the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show. You can only see his Super Bowl prop picks here.

2024 Super Bowl coin toss props

It’s a simple heads or tails call, but Super Bowl prop bettors have noted that there has been a slight lean towards tails historically. Perhaps that is because the weighting of the commemorative Super Bowl coins that are used during the coin flip, bias created by the people responsible for flipping the coin or sheer luck. 

Regardless, this is an easy Super Bowl prop bet for anybody to make, so long as you remember to pay attention to the odds. Some sportsbooks charge juice (also known as a vig), which is essentially a tax on every bet place. Find a book that offers true 50-50 odds (+100 on both sides) and let the coin fall where it may. See White’s Super Bowl coin toss prop play here since he’s banking on a recent coin toss trend.

Usher halftime show props for Super Bowl 58

The Super Bowl halftime show featured college marching bands for much of the first decade and then morphed into a variety show in the second decade. However, popular music became the norm when New Kids on the Block played at Super Bowl XXV and the biggest superstars in music have performed the halftime show ever since.

Usher will headline the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show after selling nearly 65 million albums worldwide during a 30-year career. He’s had nine different singles top the Billboard Hot 100 chart and chances are you’ll hear most of them during an ode to his incredible career. The current over/under for the length of his set list is 8.5 songs, while the over/under for total collaborations is 2.5. Click here to see White’s detailed breakdown of Usher’s halftime show picks at Super Bowl LVIII.

Reba McEntire National Anthem props for Super Bowl LVIII

Betting the length of the Star-Spangled Banner has become one of the more popular prop markets outside of the game itself every year and it’s a bet that some people put a lot of research into. Reba McEntire will sing this year’s National Anthem and the country music superstar has done several public renditions during the course of her incredible career.

The early 2024 Super Bowl prop odds list the over/under for McEntire’s performance at 89.5 seconds. She previously sang the anthem at the 1997 World Series and was most recently documented singing it at a celebrity softball game in 2017. So what do those past performances tell us and how much stock should you put into it considering the added pomp and circumstance of the Super Bowl? Check out White’s surprising pick for the length of Reba’s national anthem here.

Taylor Swift and other Super Bowl 2024 prop markets

Swifties have tuned into Chiefs broadcasts in droves throughout the season to catch a glimpse of the iconic pop star and she’s scheduled to be at the 2024 Super Bowl on Feb. 11 despite playing a stop on the Eras Tour in Tokyo on Feb. 10. How many times will she be shown on the screen, and what other celebrities might appear by her side in her private box at Allegiant Stadium?

Other Super Bowl 58 prop markets outside of the game that you can bet on include what color the celebratory Gatorade bath will be, which team will win the coin toss and who will make a surprise appearance during Usher’s halftime show. Check out some of the 2024 Super Bowl props available and let White help guide you with his NFL picks here.

How to make Super Bowl LVIII prop bets for Sunday, Feb. 11

White has examined a number of entertainment-related Super Bowl 58 props and released his top five bets. He’s done a deep dive on Reba McEntire’s history of performing the National Anthem to make his over/under pick and also has plays for Usher’s 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show. You can see what they are at SportsLine

So how long will Reba McEntire’s version of the national anthem be? And what other epic Super Bowl 58 props are must-bets during Chiefs vs. 49ers? Visit SportsLine now to see the top Super Bowl LVIII prop bets to cash in big, all from the expert who is up more than $2,000 on NFL picks this season, and find out.  

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