The ultimate goal of every NFL team each season is to get to and win the Super Bowl. For the Arizona Cardinals, Super Bowl 57 presents a little extra motivation. Super Bowl 57 is being held where the Cards call home — State Farm Stadium in Glendale.
For the past two years, the teams that won the Super Bowl have also played in their home stadium (the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 and the Los Angeles Rams in 2021).
What do the top Arizona sports betting apps say about the Cardinals’ chances to continue that trend? Here is everything you need to know about the Arizona Cardinals’ Super Bowl 57 odds.
Arizona Cardinals Super Bowl 57 Odds
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As of this writing, there’s not a huge disparity among “the big four” AZ sportsbooks, offering odds at either +3000 or +3500. To give a reference point, the Buffalo Bills are the current betting favorites, with odds ranging from +600 to +650.
When it comes to making any futures bets, you always want to go with the longest odds to maximize your potential profit. A $100 bet at DraftKings or Caesars would result in a $500 higher payout compared to FanDuel or BetMGM ($3,500 compared to $3,000 if the Cardinals were to win Super Bowl 57).
These odds will also fluctuate dramatically throughout the season, depending on how each team is performing. There shouldn’t be too much movement on the Cardinals’ Super Bowl odds between now and the beginning of the season, barring some unforeseen shakeup such as a major injury or trade.
How the Schedule Impacts the Arizona Cardinals’ Super Bowl 57 Odds
The Arizona Cardinals do have one of the toughest schedules in the league. They will also be without their top wide receiver, Deandre Hopkins, due to his six-game PED suspension. This doesn’t mean to count to Cardinals out right away, they still have a solid team with other offensive weapons such as James Conner, Eno Benjamin, A.J. Green, and new addition Marquise Brown.
However, the Red Birds have a schedule full of tough opponents, including four games against the AFC West and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They will also have to face the Super Bowl Champs, the Los Angeles Rams, twice.
If Arizona can make it to the playoffs, it will have to do much better than it did last year. The Cardinals failed to get past the NFC Wild Card round, losing to the Los Angeles Rams in one of Kyler Murray’s worst games of his career. Murray threw for 137 yards and had two interceptions with no touchdowns.
Where Can I Bet on the Arizona Cardinals to win Super Bowl 57?
Arizona residents, and those visiting the Grand Canyon state for Super Bowl 57, will have no shortage of options to place bets on the Cardinals for the 2023 Super Bowl. There are currently 18 sports betting apps licensed in Arizona, in addition to the retail sportsbooks that can be found at local casinos and select sports venues.
AZ Mobile Sportsbooks
Here is a list of each legal sports betting app available to those in Arizona. As noted above, Arizona doesn’t require you to live in the state in order to use any of the mobile sportsbooks listed below. As long as you’re within state lines, you can place wagers at any of the following AZ sports betting apps.
If you’re new to any of these sportsbooks, you can take advantage of their new user welcome promos. Below is a table of our favorite Arizona sports betting apps, along with the current bonus each is offering.
These offers can change throughout the season, and some sportsbooks will offer bonuses specifically for the Super Bowl. We’ll keep these offers updated throughout the season, so be sure to check back often!
Arizona Retail Sportsbooks
Now that sports betting in Arizona have been legal for several months, more and more retail locations are popping up across the state. Here are a few of the retail sportsbooks in Glendale and the surrounding area that are sure to be popular spots.
BetMGM Sportsbook at State Farm Stadium — With Super Bowl 57 being held at State Farm Stadium, it stands to reason the brand new BetMGM Sportsbook will see the most action. While it is not yet open, the sportsbook is expected to be ready for the start of the 2022 season.
Desert Diamond Casino West Valley — Located less than two miles away from State Farm Stadium, those searching for a full casino experience will no doubt be headed to Desert Diamond Casino West Valley.
FanDuel Sportsbook at The Footprint Center — Arizona’s most popular retail sportsbook (to this point), FanDuel was the first retail sportsbook to open in the state. Open seven days a week, FanDuel at the Footprint Center is open until 11 p.m. during the week and until midnight Saturdays and Sundays.
Caesars Sportsbook at Chase Field — After a bit of a delay, the brand new Caesars Sportsbook is finally open to the public. The two-story, 22,000-square foot build currently stands as the largest sportsbook to also carry a partnership with a major sports stadium in the country.
Check out our retail sportsbook page for a full, up-to-date list of all the sportsbooks throughout Arizona.
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