Updated: Jan 23
Super Bowl Squares is a popular game played during the Super Bowl, where players purchase squares on a grid and hope to win when the final score of the game matches the numbers on their square. While there's no guaranteed way to win, there are a few strategies that can increase your chances of coming out on top.
One strategy is to pay attention to recent past games of the team playing to predict each team's scoring tendencies. Are team's more likely to kick a field goal or score a touchdown? Are they likely to miss a PAT or go for two? These all play a part into your strategy. Additionally, what if a team gets ahead early and hold a lead or what if they're prone to making a comeback?
Another strategy is to look at the history of past Super Bowls and see which scores have been most common. If you notice that many Super Bowls have ended with a score of 10-7 or 21-14, you may want to choose squares with those numbers in order to increase your chances of winning.
Another approach is to focus on the odds of the game, the team with the highest odds is more likely to win, therefore they have a better chance of being in the lead during the game, and the numbers of that team will be the ones more likely to be on the top row or left column.
Additionally, you can pick squares based on your personal biases and preferences. If you're a fan of a particular team, or you have a lucky number, you may want to choose squares that correspond with those factors.
While there's no guaranteed way to win Super Bowl Squares, by using some of the above strategies, you can increase the likelihood of coming out on top. Pay attention to recent games, look at past Super Bowls, focus on the odds and use personal biases and preferences to pick your squares. Remember, it's all about having fun, so enjoy the game with friends and family.
For a unique spin on Super Bowl Squares, check out BettorEdge's Auction Squares as it's eBay meets Super Bowl Squares. All players can bid on the squares until the bidding ends. Once the game starts, players can still trade squares amongst each other on an agreed upon price. Do you think your favorite team will score before the end of the quarter? Make an offer for that square to buy low and win big!