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Taylor Swift Super Bowl Bets: Will Travis Kelce Propose?

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Taylor Swift Super Bowl Bets: Will Travis Kelce Propose?
10 Wacky Taylor Swift Super Bowl Bets Gambling Sites Are Actually Taking

Taylor Swift is expected to alight at the Super Bowl next Sunday — and gambling sites are ready for it.

Swift made Grammys history Sunday after “Midnights” won album of the year — her record-setting fourth win in the category. She also announced her next studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department.” Now, attention turns to the Super Bowl (Taylor’s Version), where her boyfriend, Travis Kelce, and the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers on Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.

Gambling sites are looking to capitalize on the buzz about Swift’s probable Super Bowl appearance with a series of “prop bets,” which refers to side wagers unrelated to the game itself. One of the most burning questions: Will Swift actually be able to make it to Vegas from her Feb. 10 tour date in Tokyo? (According to the math — and Japan’s embassy in the U.S. — she can.)

The consensus appears to be that Swift will in fact be at the Super Bowl. But there are a number of other scenarios that bettors can put real money on. Those include how many times CBS will show her on camera during the telecast, what shade of lipstick she might be wearing, if she’ll endorse President Biden’s reelection (a conspiracy theory in some MAGA fever swamps) — and whether Kelce will propose to Swift after the game. In all, BetOnline, a gambling site based in Panama, has compiled 89 different Swift-related Super Bowl bets, which is a nod to her birth year and her album “1989.”

To be sure, most of the money wagered on the Super Bowl this year will be on the outcome of the game itself, not on such novelty bets. According to Legal Sports Report, Americans are projected to bet $1.3 billion on Super Bowl LVIII — which would be up nearly 20% from last year. Typically, gambling sites limit prop bets to maximums of $100 to $250 to “guard against bad actors,” per the New York Times.

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