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Quarterback Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs attends a news conference as we look at our best Super Bowl bingo cards
Quarterback Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs attends a news conference for the winning head coach and MVP of Super Bowl LVIII at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on February 12, 2024 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images via AFP.

You'll spend the next many months studying the NFL odds for the 2025 Super Bowl. Come early February 2025, it'll be time to have a little fun – and our printable Super Bowl bingo cards can help you with that!

Nothing stokes the competitive fire among football-mad friends and family like a Super Bowl contest.

Sportsbook Review is all about competition; if you don't believe us, check out our comprehensive rankings of the best Super Bowl betting sites while you wait for the 2025 Super Bowl to start and make all of your Super Bowl player props!

All you need to do in the meantime is to study the Super Bowl odds.

Our printable Super Bowl prop bet sheet will add to the excitement of the 2025 Super Bowl, as well as our printable Super Bowl Squares.

Free printable 2025 Super Bowl bingo cards

Here's a sample of our Super Bowl 58 bingo cards for your perusal (NOTE: words in quotations are songs performed by Super Bowl halftime show artist Usher):

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What is a Super Bowl bingo card?

A Super Bowl bingo card is a set of 25 squares (or 24, if your version features a Free center square), each containing an event participants can track over the course of the game.

Once an event is completed, players can mark off the square containing that event. Some will happen during the game, while others won't be known until after the Super Bowl is over.

How to use your Super Bowl bingo card

Players have a couple of options with regard to Super Bowl 59 bingo.

If you're running a Super Bowl bingo game, you could decide to declare a winner after one player has completed a certain configuration; here are some of the most popular examples:

  • One line: The player wins as soon as he or she is able to complete a five-square line, either vertically ( | ), horizontally ( –– ) or diagonally ( / ).
  • Two lines: It's the same premise as above, but the player needs to complete two full five-square lines in order to win.
  • Four corners: The first player to fill the top left, top right, bottom left and bottom right squares is declared the winner.
  • Letter "L": Players need to fill every square in the far left column, along with every square in the bottom horizontal row.
  • Letter "T": The winner of this format is the first player to fill the entire top row, along with the middle column.
  • Letter "X": The first participant to complete both five-square diagonal lines (running through the center of the card) wins this format.

 The optimal way to play Super Bowl 58 bingo, however, is to run the game for the entire night and award the coveted W to the person who finishes with the most crossed-out squares.

Super Bowl betting odds pages

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