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Givin' Super Bowl Props


Hoofy and Boo jump in on the action and bring you a very special report on the biggest game of the year.

The Super Bowl is a mega-show like none other, and if you want a seat at the big game, you're paying for it. Tickets that officially cost $700-900 are now going for tens of thousands. Sounds like a lot, but for many, it's a once in a lifetime event worth every penny.

For those with cheaper tickets (sitting at home), the entertainment from big advertisers like Coca Cola (KO), FedEx (FDX), Anheuser-Busch (BUD), and Procter & Gamble (PG) should keep things interesting. And while we're on the topic of gambling…

As we noted before, the often bizarre prop bets that surround the big game never cease to amuse. With over $100 million bet in Las Vegas alone, prop bets are big business. Whether you're betting on if any players will get arrested before the game, or how many penalties there are during the first half, you can be assured there's a bet for every scenario.

Hoofy and Boo jump in on the action and bring you a very special report on the biggest game of the year.

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