Latest New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds 2023-2024

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The New Orleans Saints (5-6) are in contention for Super Bowl 58 berth, but have some work to do, with their Super Bowl odds at +7500, or a 1.32% chance, according to Louisiana sportsbooks.

The Saints' Super Bowl odds rank tied for 14th among all NFL teams and sixth among teams within the NFC to win the Super Bowl.

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Latest Super Bowl 58 Odds

The top teams in the league in terms of Super Bowl 58 odds are the Kansas City Chiefs (+425), Philadelphia Eagles (+425) and San Francisco 49ers (+425), per ESPN BET Louisiana. The Saints, meanwhile, sit 14th in the league in terms of Super Bowl odds, though only five NFC teams are ahead of them.

Be sure to check back throughout the season, as we'll continue tracking the Saints Super Bowl odds each week throughout the 2023 NFL season, and keep an eye out for Louisiana sports betting promos that could improve your bankroll while betting on these odds.

Saints Super Bowl 58 Odds: December 1, 2023

The Saints Super Bowl odds are 1.32%, with their odds currently at +7500. Be sure to check back throughout the season, as we'll continue tracking the Saints' Super Bowl odds each week throughout the 2023 NFL season.

πŸ† Odds to Win SBLVIII+7500 (1.32%)
πŸ‘‘ Odds to Win NFC+4000 (2.44%)
πŸ₯‡ Odds to Win NFC South+140 (41.7%)
πŸ’ͺ Odds to Make Playoffs-115 (53.5%)
βœ… Odds Last Verified by Expert:December 1, 2023

For reference, a $100 bet on the the New Orleans Saints to win Super Bowl 58 would win $7,500 and net $7,600. Keep in mind that you can also bet on the Saints playoff chances as well. 

*NOTE: Odds vary among sportsbooks such as BetMGM, Caesars, DraftKings, FanDuel and more. You may be able to find better New Orleans Saints Super Bowl odds if you visit other sportsbooks.

Where is Super Bowl 58?

Super Bowl 58 (LVIII) will be at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, on Feb. 11, 2024. This will be the first-ever Super Bowl at the Las Vegas Raiders stadium.

Saints Super Bowl Odds vs. NFC South

Among all of the teams in the NFC South, the New Orleans Saints are tied for the best Super Bowl betting odds at +7500. That's alongside the Atlanta Falcons at +7500 and ahead of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at +15000. The Carolina Panthers are not only last in the division in terms of Super Bowl 58 odds at +100000, but they're also tied for last in the entire NFL. QB Derek Carr is, at this point, the most veteran quarterback within the division, which gives this team an edge in the hunt for playoff contention. However, even leading the NFC South in Super Bowl futures odds doesn't necessarily amount to much in the scheme of things, with the Saints' +7500 Super Bowl futures odds ranking 14th among NFL teams.

2023 New Orleans Saints Super Bowl Odds: Week-by-Week

The New Orleans Saints odds to win Super Bowl LVIII (58) in 2024 have changed weekly since the preseason. Here's how they've shifted:

Preseason+4000 (Super Bowl)
Week 1+3500 (Super Bowl)
Week 2+3000 (Super Bowl)
Week 3+4000 (Super Bowl)
Week 4+5000 (Super Bowl)
Week 5+4500 (Super Bowl)
Week 6+5500 (Super Bowl)
Week 7+6500 (Super Bowl)
Week 8+7500 (Super Bowl)
Week 9+5500 (Super Bowl)
Week 10+5500 (Super Bowl)
Week 11+6000 (Super Bowl)
Week 12+6000 (Super Bowl)
Week 13+7500 (Super Bowl)
βœ… Odds Last VerifiedDecember 1, 2023

NOTE: Sportsbooks such as Caesars Sportsbook Louisiana, DraftKings and FanDuel may have listed the New Orleans Saints odds slightly lower or higher.

Latest Updates Impacting Saints Odds to Win SB LVIII

The Saints have had no shortage of news impacting their odds to win Super Bowl LVIII. Here's a look at some of the biggest Saints headlines from the 2023 season.

  • πŸ“† October 29: The Saints beat the Indianapolis Colts in a Super Bowl 44 rematch, 38-27.
  • πŸ“† October 19: The Saints lose 31-24 to the Jaguars on Thursday Night Football.
  • πŸ“† October 15: New Orleans falls to 3-3 after losing to the Houston Texans 20-13.
  • πŸ“† October 8: The Saints blank the New England Patriots 34-0. 
  • πŸ“† October 1: With Derek Carr ailing, the Saints fall 26-9 to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 
  • πŸ“† September 24: The Saints lose a tight one 18-17 against the Green Bay Packers. QB Derek Carr leaves the game with a shoulder injury, which could keep him sidelined for several weeks. 
  • πŸ“† September 18: In their first divisional matchup of the season, the Saints defeat the Carolina Panthers 20-17. 
  • πŸ“† September 10: Kicking off their 2023 NFL season, the New Orleans Saints win 16-15 against the Tennessee Titans. 
  • πŸ“† August 27: Wrapping up their pre-season, the Saints fall 17-13 to the Houston Texans. 
  • πŸ“† August 20: The Saints follow up their pre-season by winning 22-17 against the Los Angeles Chargers. 
  • πŸ“† August 13: The Saints open their NFL pre-season with a 26-24 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. 
  • πŸ“† August 4: Running back Alvin Kamara is suspended three games to start the NFL season for violating the league's personal conduct policy.
  • πŸ“† July 18: Third-round RB Kendre Miller was placed on the active/NFL list with an MCL injury as rookies report to Saints training camp.
  • πŸ“… July 11: Saints RB Alvin Kamara pleads no contest to a misdemeanor charge stemming from an incident in February of 2022, which could lead to a suspension from the league in the 2023 season.
  • πŸ“… April 29: The Saints draft DT Bryan Bresee with the No. 29 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
  • πŸ“… March 17: Saints sign former Lions RB Jamaal Williams to a 3-year, $12 million contract.
  • πŸ“… March 6: The Saints sign former Raiders QB Derek Carr to a 4-year, $150 million contract in free agency.
  • πŸ“… February 6: The Saints hire Joe Woods as the team's defensive coordinator, who had previously worked as defensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns from the 2020-2022 seasons.
  • πŸ“… January 31: The New Orleans Saints traded former head coach Sean Payton and a 2024 third-round pick to the Denver Broncos in exchange for the No. 29 overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft and a second-round pick in 2024.

Be sure to bookmark this page for updates on the biggest Saints news impacting the team's Super Bowl LVIII odds.

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Saints Schedule and Betting Lines

The Saints schedule was released in May 2023, and DraftKings Sportsbook has odds on every game. Here's a look at the regular season schedule, plus the Saints moneylines and point spreads.

πŸ“… Week 1 vs. Tennessee Titans🏈 Win, 16-15
πŸ“… Week 2 @ CAR (Monday Night Football)🏈 Win, 20-17
πŸ“… Week 3 @ Green Bay Packers🏈 Loss, 18-17
πŸ“… Week 4 vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers🏈 Loss, 26-9
πŸ“… Week 5 @ New England Patriots🏈 Win, 34-0
πŸ“… Week 6 @ Houston Texans🏈 Loss, 20-13
πŸ“… Week 7 vs. JAX (Thursday Night Football)🏈 Loss, 31-24
πŸ“… Week 8 @ Indianapolis Colts🏈 Win, 38-27
πŸ“… Week 9 vs. Chicago Bears🏈 Win, 24-17
πŸ“… Week 10 @ Minnesota Vikings🏈 Loss, 27-19
πŸ“… Week 11🏈 BYE
πŸ“… Week 12 @ Atlanta Falcons🏈 Loss, 24-15
πŸ“… Week 13 vs. Detroit Lions🏈 Saints +4, ML +170
πŸ“… Week 14 vs. Carolina Panthers🏈 Saints -3.5, ML -175
πŸ“… Week 15 vs. New York Giants🏈 Saints -2.5, ML -130
πŸ“… Week 16 @ LAR (Thursday Night Football)🏈 Saints -1, ML -115
πŸ“… Week 17 @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers🏈 Saints -1.5, ML -120
πŸ“… Week 18 vs. Atlanta Falcons🏈 Saints -2.5, -145
βœ… Data Verified by ExpertDecember 1, 2023

Based on the .427 win percentage of the New Orleans Saints opponents last season, they ranked as having the second-easiest strength of schedule among all NFL teams heading into the 2023 season. Of course, it does help that they play in the NFC South, where each team has a question at quarterbackβ€”yes, even the Panthers with rookie Bryce Young. Their signing of Derek Carr absolutely gives them an edge in this regard.

The Saints are an interesting case study this offseason, sitting as point-spread favorites in all but two of their games this season. However, their over/under for games won is set at 9.5, with the under juiced to -125. Everything about the Saints betting odds this season, from their Super Bowl futures down to the betting odds for each individual game, screams, "Close! But no cigar."

Key Contributors Toward Saints Super Bowl Odds

The Saints will have a number of playmakers on offense that will be instrumental in making a run to Super Bowl LVIII a possibility for this team. Under center for his first season with the team is former Raiders QB Derek Carr. His top target is second-year WR Chris Olave, followed by WR Michael Thomas ... as long as he can stay healthy. Thomas has missed 40 games over the last four seasons due to injury.

RBs Alvin Kamara and Jamaal Williams currently lead the running game for New Orleans. Among playmakers on the defense are DE Cameron Jordan, LB DeMario Davis, S Tyrann Mathieu and CB Marshon Lattimore. Lattimore returning fully healthy is key to maintaining this defense.

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Where Can I Bet on the Saints to Win Super Bowl 58?

You can bet on the Saints to win Super Bowl 58 with all major Louisiana sportsbooks, including DraftKings Sportsbook, FanDuel Sportsbook, BetMGM Sportsbook and ESPN BET, among others. 

It's worth noting that the relationship between the Saints and Caesars Sportsbook Louisiana is a strong one, with their New Orleans stadium named for Caesars.

Keep in mind, though β€” odds will vary across the various betting sites, so it's always wise to shop around for odds to ensure you're getting the most bang for your buck. BetMGM Louisana Sportsbook, along with DraftKings and FanDuel, have the longest odds available to wager on the Saints at +5500.

Popular Types of Sports Betting on Saints Super Bowl Odds

Sports betting is legal in the state of Louisiana, both in person and using mobile sports betting apps. Here's a look at the types of wagers you can place on the Super Bowl each season.

Betting Odds

Betting odds for any game or outcome are simply there to indicate how much profit a bettor will make with a winning wager. Favored outcomes are indicated with minus signs, followed by the amount of money a bettor would need to wager in order to make a $100 profit with a winning bet. Less probable outcomes are indicated with a plus sign, followed by a number that tells the bettor how much profit they'll win with a $100 wager.

Futures Odds

Super Bowl futures odds include wagers placed on what team will win the NFL championship in a given season, as well as predicting which teams will be "finalists" and what the exact result will be (accurately predicting the winner and loser).

Point Spread

The Super Bowl point spread is a wager on the margin of victory during the game. The Super Bowl favorite is indicated with a minus sign, followed by the number of points by which they're favored to win. In order to win the point spread bet (AKA, cover the spread), the favored team must win by more points than where the sportsbooks have set the spread. Underdogs are indicated with a plus sign, followed by the number of points by which they're expected to lose. The underdog can cover the spread either by winning the game outright or by losing by fewer points than the point spread.

Saints Super Bowl History

The New Orleans Saints franchise was founded in 1967, with the AFL-NFL merger. The fanbase waited a long time for their first postseason appearance, having not made the playoffs for a full 20 seasons after the franchise was founded. Their first postseason appearance, a loss in the wild card round, came in 1987 under former head coach Jim Mora, who went on to make the wild card (and lose) in three of the five seasons that followed.

The Saints only Super Bowl appearance was a win, coming thanks to former Saints legend Sean Payton and future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees in Super Bowl XLIV. The team won the Super Bowl 31-17 over the Indianapolis Colts, after having entered the game as 4.5-point underdogs.

Have the Saints Ever Won the Super Bowl?

Yes, the New Orleans Saints have won the Super Bowl. The Saints have won the Super Bowl once, back in the 2009-2010 NFL season. The HC-QB duo of Sean Payton and Drew Brees defeated the Indianapolis Colts, 31-17, after an 0-10 start to the first quarter. Brees won Super Bowl MVP thanks to a 288-yard passing game with two touchdowns and no interceptions. The run game was absent, with the team totaling just 51 rushing yards in the victory, but the defense came up clutch with a pick-six from Peyton Manning as the final score of the game.

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How Many Super Bowls Have the New Orleans Saints Won?

The Saints have appeared in and won one single Super Bowl in their franchise history, in the 2009-2010 season at the Land Shark Stadium in Miami Gardens (the former home of the Dolphins). The Saints lone Super Bowl victory came under former Saints HC Sean Payton and future Hall of Fame QB Drew Brees. They won the game over the Indianapolis Colts, who had Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning under center, as 4.5-point underdogs.

Though they got off to a slow start at 0-10 in the first quarter, the Saints closed out the game with a final score of 31-17. Brees won Super Bowl MVP that year, completing 82% of pass attempts that game for 288 passing yards, 2 TDs, and no interceptions. His lone credited rushing attempt went for -1 yards β€” the QB kneel that closed out the game.

Which Years Did the Saints Go to the Super Bowl?

The Saints went to the Super Bowl in the 2009-2010 NFL season β€” Super Bowl XLIV. The New Orleans Saints played the Indianapolis Colts in their lone Super Bowl appearance, winning the game 31-17.

Future Hall of Fame quarterback Drew Brees completed 32 of his 39 pass attempts that game for 288 passing yards and two touchdowns. WR Marques Colston led the team in receiving with 7 catches for 83 receiving yards, while Brees' two touchdowns went to RB Pierre Thomas and All-Pro TE Jeremy Shockey. Peyton Manning was under center for the Colts in Super Bowl XLIV, throwing 333 passing yards, 1 TD, and 1 INT (which went for a pick six). The Colts entered the game as 4.5-point favorites.

How Many Times Have the Saints Been to the NFC Championship Game?

The Saints have been to three NFC Championship games in their franchise history.

  • ❌ 2006-07: Loss vs. Chicago Bears, 39-14
  • βœ… 2009-10: Win vs. Minnesota Vikings, 31-28 (OT)
  • ❌ 2018-19: Loss vs. Los Angeles Rams, 26-23 (OT)

Their first appearance in an NFC Championship was in the 2006-2007 season, where the team came off a 10-6 regular season to secure the NFC South title and a playoff berth. The Saints beat the Andy Reid-led Philadelphia Eagles in the Divisional Round 27-24 to advance to the conference championship. They were defeated by the Chicago Bears 39-14, who then went on to lose to the Colts in Super Bowl XLI.

The team's second NFC Championship appearance was in the 2009-2010 season, when the Saints defeated the Minnesota Vikings in the NFC Championship and went on to win the Super Bowl over the Indianapolis Colts.

The team's third and most recent NFC Championship appearance was in the 2018-2019 NFL season. The Saints entered the game as 3-point favorites over the L.A. Rams but lost the game on a 57-yard field goal from Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein in overtime. The Saints have never made an NFC Championship outside of the Sean Payton-Drew Brees era.

Saints Preseason Super Bowl Odds Every Year Since 2000

Since 2000, the Saints aren’t used to being in the +3000 odds range, only having worse odds about 40% of the time. How have the Saints faired over the last 23 seasons?

πŸ“† 2022-2023Preseason Odds = +4000
πŸ“† 2021-2022Preseason Odds = +4000
πŸ“† 2020-2021Preseason Odds = +1000
πŸ“† 2019-2020Preseason Odds = +1000
πŸ“† 2018-2019Preseason Odds = +1400
πŸ“† 2017-2018Preseason Odds = +2500
πŸ“† 2016-2017Preseason Odds = +8000
πŸ“† 2015-2016Preseason Odds = +3000
πŸ“† 2014-2015Preseason Odds = +700
πŸ“† 2013-2014Preseason Odds = +1600
πŸ“† 2012-2013Preseason Odds = +1600
πŸ“† 2011-2012Preseason Odds = +1400
πŸ“† 2010-2011Preseason Odds = +1000
πŸ“† 2009-2010Preseason Odds = +2000
πŸ“† 2008-2009Preseason Odds = +1600
πŸ“† 2007-2008Preseason Odds = +2000
πŸ“† 2006-2007Preseason Odds = +5000
πŸ“† 2005-2006Preseason Odds = +6000
πŸ“† 2004-2005Preseason Odds = +4400
πŸ“† 2003-2004Preseason Odds = +3500
πŸ“† 2002-2003Preseason Odds = +6000
πŸ“† 2001-2002Preseason Odds = +2000
πŸ“† 2000-2001Preseason Odds = +10000

The Saints have, historically behind quarterback Drew Brees, been considered one of the top-10 teams in the NFL to win the Super Bowl.

After Brees’ retirement following the 2020 season, the Saints were long shots at +4000, and now with a new quarterback in Derek Carr, they seem to be trending up, but having a future hall of famer at quarterback in Brees does make it a challenge to recover when he retired.

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Kate Magdziuk is an NFL betting expert for, focusing on the New Orleans Saints. She's written for NBC Sports Rotoworld, DraftKings Nation, Gaming Society, and 4for4 Fantasy Football. She'll track the Saints playoff chances and Super Bowl odds, where she'll use her expertise in fantasy football and sports betting to deliver the most up-to-date information available for LA bettors.

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