Super Bowl 58 Coin Toss: Will It Be Heads or Tails in 2024?

Super Bowl 58 Coin Toss: Will It Be Heads or Tails in 2024?
Fact Checked by Michael Peters

Now that we know who will suit up inside Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium for Super Bowl LVIII on Feb. 11, it’s time to start diving into all the special Kansas sports betting odds floating around for the big game.

One of the first specialty bets available is the pregame coin flip, which will be overseen by referee Bill Vinovich. As for the game between the Kansas City and San Francisco itself, oddsmakers from ESPN BET Kansas currently list Patrick Mahomes and company as a one-point underdog with a -105 moneyline.

For the Chiefs, the team’s three Super Bowl victories (in 1969, 2021 and 2023) came after the pregame flip landed on “tails,” while three of the last five flips have landed on that side. As for San Francisco, the Niners have won the coin toss in five of their eight Super Bowl appearances, with both sides looking to add another win come Feb. 11 in Las Vegas.

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Super Bowl 58 Coin Toss Odds

Heads Tails
Odds provided by BetMGM Kansas.

Previous Super Bowl Coin Toss Results

Heads Tails

Kansas sports betting apps listed the Chiefs as high as +1000 to win the Super Bowl before the start of the playoffs.

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Can Chiefs Flip Their Way to Victory?

Of the previous 57 iterations of the Big Game, “tails” has won more often than not, with 30 (or 52.6%) of those flips landing on that side of the coin to 27 (37.4%) for “heads.”

It’s also worth noting that of the Super Bowl champs since 2014, only one has won the pregame coin toss, while 25 of the first 57 teams to win the big game (or 43.9%) have won the pregame toss. Of late, “tails” has indeed rarely failed, with the side winning out in three of the last five Super Bowls.

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Christopher Boan is a lead writer at specializing in covering state issues. He covered sports and sports betting in Arizona for more than seven years.

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