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FEW EXAMPLES OF THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPORTS BETS

SAME GAME PARLAY:

(SGP) allows you to combine multiple bets from the same game in a single parlay. Same Game Parlays not always offered on all games, but for the ones that are, you will see (SGP) next to the game start time on the left. SGP are available on our 20 Betting Kiosks.


SPREAD:

When you bet the spread, you’re betting on a team’s margin of victory or defeat. So, if you bet on the favorite (indicated by the “-”), they have to win by more than the number shown. If you bet on the underdog (“+”), they have to win outright or lose by less than the number shown.

MONEYLINE

A moneyline is a bet on which team will win a game outright.

Example: The Cowboys are -190 to beat the WFT, while the WFT are +160 to win. If you think the Cowboys will win the game, you would have to wager $190 to potentially win $100 (or wager $19 to win $10). Conversely, if you think the underdog, WFT, will win, you would wager $100 to potentially win $160 (or wager $10 to win $16).

TOTAL

A total, or over/under, is a bet on the total amount of points scored in a game by both teams combined. A bet on the over means that both teams combined must score more than the number shown, whereas a bet on the under means that they must score less than the number shown.

Example: The Cowboys vs WFT total is 48 points. If you think the total score of the game will be more than 48, you would bet the over and would have to wager $110 to potentially win $100.

PROP (OR PROPOSITION):

A prop is a bet that isn’t tied to the outcome of a game. FanDuel offers both player props and game props.


Player props are tied to an individual player's performance in an event.

Example: Player totals: A set number for points/assists/yards/etc. and you can bet the over or under, e.g. “Noah Fant will have over 48 receiving yards.”

Game props are tied to another specific aspect of the game (other than player performance).

Example: Will the game go to overtime? Will the team that scores first win? Is the total score going to be an odd or even number?

 

SPREAD:

When you bet the spread, you’re betting on a team’s margin of victory or defeat. So, if you bet on the favorite (indicated by the “-”), they have to win by more than the number shown. If you bet on the underdog (“+”), they have to win outright or lose by less than the number shown.

MONEYLINE

A moneyline is a bet on which team will win a game outright.

Example: The Cowboys are -190 to beat the WFT, while the WFT are +160 to win. If you think the Cowboys will win the game, you would have to wager $190 to potentially win $100 (or wager $19 to win $10). Conversely, if you think the underdog, WFT, will win, you would wager $100 to potentially win $160 (or wager $10 to win $16).

TOTAL

A total, or over/under, is a bet on the total amount of points scored in a game by both teams combined. A bet on the over means that both teams combined must score more than the number shown, whereas a bet on the under means that they must score less than the number shown.

Example: The Cowboys vs WFT total is 48 points. If you think the total score of the game will be more than 48, you would bet the over and would have to wager $110 to potentially win $100.

PROP (OR PROPOSITION):

A prop is a bet that isn’t tied to the outcome of a game. FanDuel offers both player props and game props.


Player props are tied to an individual player's performance in an event.

Example: Player totals: A set number for points/assists/yards/etc. and you can bet the over or under, e.g. “Noah Fant will have over 48 receiving yards.”

Game props are tied to another specific aspect of the game (other than player performance).

Example: Will the game go to overtime? Will the team that scores first win? Is the total score going to be an odd or even number?