Super Bowl Parlays

John Arlia
Last Updated: Feb 12, 2024

Super Bowl 58 has arrived, meaning this is our final opportunity to cook up some NFL parlays until next season.

With plenty of playmakers on both offenses in this Super Bowl 54 rematch between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers, there are plenty of intriguing multi-leg wager opportunities.

Let’s pick out my favorite 49ers vs Chiefs parlays for Super Bowl 58.

Super Bowl Parlay Picks

All NFL betting odds used for these Super Bowl parlays are current as of Thursday, Feb. 1, and courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

Best Parlay: KC ML + T. Kelce Anytime TD (+232)

Longshot Parlay: C. McCaffrey 2+ TDs + M. Valdes-Scantling Anytime TD (+1700)

Same Game Parlay: P. Mahomes Over 25.5 Rush Yds + B. Purdy Over 12.5 Rush Yds + T. Kelce Over 69.5 Rec Yds (+500)

Super Bowl Best Parlay Bet

49ers vs Chiefs Best Parlay (+232)

  • Chiefs ML (+110)
  • Travis Kelce: Anytime TD (-105)

Let’s start with something simple.

I like the Chiefs to win this game outright because they have the defense playing at a higher level right now and an all-world quarterback in Patrick Mahomes.

Mahomes is 10-1-1 against the spread as an underdog in his career and 9-3 straight up in those contests. He’s the best QB on the planet and has plenty of experience on the game’s biggest stage.

The same can be said for Travis Kelce when it comes to the tight end position, and pairing Kansas City to win with his touchdown prop makes plenty of sense.

After failing to find the end zone in the final six games of the regular season and the Wild Card win over Miami, Kelce has scored three times over the last two weeks.

In an offense devoid of reliable pass-catchers, look for Mahomes to seek out his favorite target every time KC reaches the red zone.

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Super Bowl Longshot Parlay Bet

49ers vs Chiefs Longshot Parlay (+1700)

  • Christian McCaffrey: 2+ Touchdowns (+225)
  • Marquez Valdes-Scantling: Anytime TD (+600)

After a simple start, now we’re cooking with spice.

Christian McCaffrey has been the 49ers’ most productive player this postseason, scoring a pair of touchdowns in the comeback victories over the Lions and Packers.

Another multi-touchdown outing doesn’t feel like a big ask, especially since the star running back registered five such games during the regular season en route to 21 total for the campaign.

The tougher task will be getting Chiefs WR Marquez Valdes-Scantling into the end zone as well. MVS has been ridiculed often this season for dropped passes and he has yet to score all year.

While that isn’t exactly encouraging, Kansas City still trusted him to make the game-sealing catch down the field against the Ravens in the AFC Championship Game.

MVS still sees 1-2 deep shots per game. He just needs to make one count to give this parlay a chance to pay dividends.

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Super Bowl Same Game Parlay Bet

49ers vs Chiefs Same Game Parlay (+500)

  • Patrick Mahomes: Over 25.5 Rush Yds (-115)
  • Brock Purdy: Over 12.5 Rush Yds (-120)
  • Travis Kelce: Over 69.5 Rec Yds (-125)

As we’ve seen throughout the postseason, quarterbacks are more willing to use their legs and take hits to make plays when the game (and season) is on the line.

I’m betting on that trend to continue in the Super Bowl. Mahomes has rushed for 25 yards per game during the postseason and cleared this total in all three of his previous Big Game appearances.

Niners QB Brock Purdy showed off his mobility in the NFC Championship victory over the Lions, scurrying for 48 yards on five carries.

He has cleared 13 rushing yards in both of San Fran’s postseason games and should get Over this total without too much trouble.

To juice up the odds a bit, we’re going back to the well with Kelce Over 69.5 receiving yards, a number that he has cleared in every game this postseason.

In fact, Kelce has recorded 70-plus receiving yards in each of his last 12 playoff appearances. His most recent postseason miss was interestingly against the 49ers in Super Bowl 54, but that San Francisco squad had a much more dominant defense.

Watch for Kelce to keep putting up big numbers and these quarterbacks to get out of the pocket on a fast track in Las Vegas.

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John Arlia

Before joining The Game Day, John served as the National Writer for the United Soccer League, where he primarily covered the USL Championship out of the league’s headquarters in Tampa, FL. A devout soccer fan, John attended the men’s World Cups in Brazil and Russia and can’t wait for the 2026 edition to come to North America. Having also written for Sporting News Canada since getting his master’s from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at ASU, John has acquired a diverse sporting background, but considers football, golf, and soccer his three strong suits.

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