Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Lines - Bet on NFL Playoffs

Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Lines

Just because there’s a break in the middle of the contest doesn’t mean the prop bets stop. Oh no. Like the action on the field and the commercials that cost a boatload of money to air for half a minute, halftime has become a huge part of the Super Bowl experience, appealing to the casual fans that could care less about the game. And believe it or not there are people out there who could care less about who wins. Is there a better way for people who don’t know or care about football but want a piece of the betting action than the halftime show? I think not. Usher headlines the Super Bowl LVIII intermission festivities. And as with everything related to the Big Game, there are numerous prop bets available at Let’s dive further into a few halftime props so we can make some money.

Watch Super Bowl LVIII on CBS live on Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 6:30 p.m. ET from Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV.

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The Super Bowl halftime show has become a spectacle over the years with world-class entertainers taking the stage for a roughly 20 minute set. And a lot happens in that time from notable wardrobe malfunctions to Prince performing Purple Rain in the rain. The halftime show has led to an explosion of exotic props. The list of Super Bowl halftime props will vary depending on your sportsbook of choice. However, the markets are similar, especially when it comes to the performer’s attire and playlist. These are presented as a list with odds for each option. And there are the standard Yes/No-Over/Under prop bets asking bettors to pick whether or not something specific will take place or if it will go over a certain number during the show.

How many songs will be played during the Halftime Show?

Over 8.5 ( -125 )

Under 8.5 ( -125 )

Considering that an entire song may last 3-4 minutes or even longer we’re not going to hear the entire thing. Instead the performer will sing parts of a song and sportsbooks have certain criteria for counting them. For instance, Usher would need to spend a minimum amount of time one song, usually about 10 seconds, in order for that to count in his total. And Usher has a number of hits in his archive so it’s likely he follows the same route Rihanna did last year when she went over 9.5 songs in her set. Does that mean Usher will do the same? I guess you’ll have to watch the halftime show in order to find out.

What will be the First Song Performed by Usher?


Love In This Club


My Way

DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love




Good Good


My Boo

Here is the classic list option for a halftime exotic prop. I checked different sportsbooks for odds and they varied as to which song was the favorite and the price. The consensus was between two, which are the most recognizable in Usher’s playlist. Yeah! had the nod as the favorite at most shops with OMG right alongside. There are others, though, and even a few with plus odds, but they’re priced that way for a reason. It’s hard to believe Yeah! was released 20 years ago and it only feels right that in Vegas Usher takes the audience back to the early 2000 club days.

Who will be a Guest Performer?

There’s been speculation that another famous performer will join Usher on stage so of course there’s a prop market for who that might be. The list even includes Taylor Swift, though I doubt she makes the cut since she’s jetting in from a concert somewhere that’s a long way away from Vegas. Usher has collaborated with several on the list with Alicia Keys the favorite at negative odds. And his work with Lil Jon and Ludacris has been highly successful, so there’s a chance one of them might make an appearance.

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