Where To Bet On The Kansas City Chiefs’ Super Bowl Odds In Missouri?

  • With no regulated sports betting in Missouri or Kansas, Kansa City Chiefs' fans can bet on their Super Bowl odds in many locations.
  • Between neighboring states and online sportsbooks, betting on the Chiefs for SBLV is readily available.

KANSAS CITY – With Super Bowl 55 just around the corner, bettors that are located in Kansas and Missouri have different options when it comes to betting on the Kansas City Chiefs in the game.

Those that are in Kansas or Missouri should know that they are not left empty-handed when it comes to betting on the Kansas City Chiefs at Super Bowl 55 as there are plenty of options for both legal sports betting online and in person.

Sportsbooks In Missouri And Kansas

As of right now, there aren’t any land-based sportsbooks in Missouri being that the state has not come to terms on a bill for regulation. However, there is one bill that was presented back in 2020, HB 2088, that would have regulated both land-based and online sports betting in the state, but due to the rise of the COVID-19 pandemic at the time, it was put on hiatus for the time being.

The Sunflower state is in a similar situation as they also do not have any land-based sportsbooks in the state just yet.

Kansas sports betting also was a possibility in the early stages of 2020, as Kansas looked to legalize sports betting both online and in-person as well. The bill, SB 283, eventually fell through once the coronavirus began picking up.

Betting On The Chiefs Near Missouri

Those looking to bet on the Chiefs in the Super Bowl should not feel left out, as there are tons of ways to place Super Bowl action.

The number of states with legal sports betting surrounding Kansas and Missouri are plentiful, with a number of them offering both land-based and online sports betting.

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States such as Iowa, Illinois, Tennessee, Arkansas and Colorado all offer either land-based or mobile sports betting or both. Tennessee, for example, only offers mobile sports betting while Arkansas only offers land-based sports betting. As for where to bet in the states that have land-based sportsbooks, in Iowa, bettors could make their way to the William Hill sportsbooks in either Altoona or Bettendorf.

Those closer to the Illinois border can head to the BetRivers in Des Plaines or the Hollywood Casino in Aurora. Looking at Arkansas, they have three sportsbooks in the state including Oaklawn in Hot Springs, Saracen Sportsbook in Pine Bluff and Betly in West Memphis.

As for Colorado, there are plenty of sportsbooks that bettors can head to in Denver and the surrounding areas. The Barstool Sportsbook in Blackhawk is noted as one of the best Super Bowl sportsbooks near Missouri, though this requires quite the travel time.

Bettors can either make their way to one of the many land-based sportsbooks that are available in those states or, they could even just cross the state border and place their bets as well through the online platforms. Still, for those that do not want to go through the hassle of leaving Missouri or Kansas, there are plenty of legal online sportsbooks available as well such as Bovada, BetOnline or MyBookie that offer more betting lines than the local ones.

They also have tons of different Super Bowl LV prop bets as well that are only offered at the online books, making them the most inclusive place to bet on Super Bowl LV in Kansas or Missouri.