Super Bowl LIV Funny Prop Bets – 49ers vs. Chiefs Prop Picks

Super Bowl 54 Logo - Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers

It’s time to get ridiculous and outrageous with your Super Bowl LIV prop betting. Betting on the halftime show or National Anthem is one thing, but these funny prop bets is on a totally different level. With the proliferation of online betting, we’ve seen these kind of funny prop bets exploded in recent years. They are more of a conversation starter than anything.

Even for people that do not bet on sports, the funny prop bets are something to look into for the laughs alone. It seems like online oddsmakers are getting more creative with what their offering is on the Super Bowl. They’re trying to outdo one another for attention, and I think one of the best sportsbooks you’re going to find for funny prop bets is at BetOnline. They are offering up to a $1000.00 welcome bonus to bet on any Super Bowl offerings or sport for that matter.

Before we proceed, keep in mind a lot of Super Bowl prop bets, heavy limits are applied to the funny props. The reason is rather simple. There are going to be a group of people who know the result beforehand, so people would be able to get really rich with this information. If you are no stranger to betting on the WWE, then you are already aware. In any event, betting on funny prop bets probably isn’t the place to lay all of your bankroll. These are entertainment bets more than anything, so be sure to treat them as such. Having said that, there is likely going to be nothing more memorable than cashing in on these prop bets. You might want to save the ticket receipt to share with your friends. Head below for our free Super Bowl LIV funny prop bets.

Will A ‘John 3:16’ Banner/Sign Be Shown?

Yes
+300
No
-500

John 3:16 is of course one of the most famous biblical verses in the Bible. Sometimes you will see a fan in the audience holding up a sign with John 3:16 written on it. Tim Tebow was well-known for writing the scripture on the eye black at Florida. This prop bet has nothing to do with it being written on eye black, though, and as far as I know, no one does that on the Chiefs or 49ers anyway.

This is with regards to a banner or sign in the crowd at Hard Rock Stadium. It doesn’t seem like the place for a John 3:16 sign, and even then, FOX producers are likely not going to want to show a religious sign during the Super Bowl. The way I see it, the odds should be way more expensive than -500. It should be in the same range as the -1500 funny prop bets. With that in mind, the NO option looks like the play here.

The Bet
NO
-500

Will President Trump Sing Along To The National Anthem?

YES
+200
NO
-300

The value in this one looks too tough to pass up. All we need to see is President Trump mouthing the words to the National Anthem and we’re going to cash this bet. We’ve seen him in the past doing nothing, half mouthing the words, and a full attempt at singing the lyrics at events. In his most recent appearance at sporting events, President Trump was witnessed signing the National Anthem at the Army-Navy collegiate football game in December, as well as at the National Championship a few weeks ago. The Army-Navy game is more of a patriotic event than the Super Bowl, but the National Anthem at the Super Bowl is still a big deal. Given the importance, and with everyone watching, expect the President to sing along to the National Anthem.

The Bet
YES
+200

Will Kiara Mia Tweet About Jimmy G During The Game?

YES
+200
NO
-300

If you need a refresher, I will take a second to go over who Kiara Mia is. Kiara is a porn star who Jimmy Garoppolo was pictured with when he initially arrived in San Francisco back in the summer of 2018. They were on a dinner date, and the tabloids immediately ran with the story that Jimmy G was going out with a popular porn star. I don’t know if they’ve been seeing each other since, though. The story kind of faded away after that.

I did some research of Kiara Mia’s Twitter account for this particular bet. What I can tell you is that she takes her career very seriously. Very seriously. If it doesn’t involve her career, then she’s probably not tweeting about it. You’re not going to find much about sports or anything else for that matter on her account. Unless she releases a private tape featuring herself and Jimmy G, Kiara Mia is unlikely to tweet about him during Super Bowl LIV.

The Bet
NO
-300

If A Fan Runs On The Field Who Will Tackle Them First?

Security
+120
Player
+175
Team Staff Member
+175
Another Fan
+750

The word to look out for in this bet is IF. A fan will have to run on the field for this bet to become active. If no one runs on the field, then bets will be refunded as a push. With that in mind, there appears to be some decent value on this bet. Do we really expect a player in the Super Bowl to get involved with a fan running on the field? They are going to be too far locked in to care about a fan, unless the fan gets uncomfortably close to them that’s not going to happen. This isn’t the Pro Bowl or an exhibition event where their full attention isn’t going to be on the game.

I also can’t see a team member from the 49ers or Chiefs getting involved with a fan running on the field, either. That could result in punishment from the team or NFL, so no one, including the water boys are going to concern themselves with that. And another fan? That would make for the most entertaining scenario, but it’s highly unlikely to occur. The only situation I see unfolding is the guys who are getting paid to control these types of things at Super Bowl LIV will tackle the fan.

The Bet
SECURITY
+120

Will Breasts Be Shown?

YES
+1000
NO
-2500

For as crazy as the price is for this funny prop bet, this might be the biggest lock of the Super Bowl. The way I see it, this bet ties into the halftime show as well. If there are going to be breasts shown during the broadcast, then it could happen because of a Jennifer Lopez or Shakira wardrobe malfunction, ala Janet Jackson. The other scenario, like what happened during the World Series, girls in the crowd could flash when they know the camera is on them. When it came to the World Series, there is a camera directly on fans behind home plate for pretty well the entire duration of the game. That isn’t the case with football.

For a fan to get caught doing this, it would have to happen when the camera pans across the crowd. The Super Bowl is not truly a live broadcast. There is naturally a delay between what’s actually happening at Hard Rock Stadium. If you’re into live betting, you’ll notice odds and the score tracker on there update before anything happens on TV. And considering that FOX screeners missed the breasts on the screen during the World Series, they are going to be extra cautious for the Super Bowl. -2500 is a ton of juice, but there is certainly more value in this bet, then some of the in-game odds online bookmakers post towards the end of close games.

The Bet
NO
-2500

Miami Temperature At Kickoff

Over 71 Degrees
-120
Under 71 Degrees
-120

This bet is a late add to my funny Super Bowl bet prop card, as I was waiting to see an extended forecast. I will be brief on this one. The projected high on February 2 is projected to be 71 or 72 degrees. That’s the high for the day. By kickoff, the temperature is expected to drop to the mid to high 60’s. I’m surprised the oddsmakers are leaving this bet out there with the odds that are currently posted. Given what forecasters are predicting, the UNDER should be heavily juiced here. With that in mind, UNDER 71 degrees at -120 looks like a heck of a deal for kickoff of Super Bowl LIV.

The Bet
UNDER 71 DEGREES
-120

In Conclusion

So there you have it. If you’re looking to get a laugh out of your friends or want to have a memorable bet that you’ll remember, these funny prop bets at BetOnline provide exactly what you’re looking for. They also have a slew of other funny Super Bowl props that you will want to check out. Best of luck and may the chips fall in our direction on Super Bowl Sunday!

Kyle E / Author

Kyle is a veteran of The Sports Geek and has spent nearly a decade providing accurate sports picks and writeups here. He has been a sports handicapper for 10+ years and started sharing his picks and thoughts in 2011 at The Sports Geek. His expertise spans across multiple sports, including the NFL, NCAAF, MLB, and the NHL. Prior to writing for The Sports Geek, Kyle was a fantasy football expert, who ultimately parlayed it into a successful sports betting career. You can find his picks daily at The Sports Geek.