Travis Kelce free player prop: SuperDraft’s Super Bowl 58 free square promo is an offer you can’t refuse


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Our friends at SuperDraft have done it again: they’ve gone and made us an offer we simply can’t refuse.

Now available on the SuperDraft app and website, users can select ‘Travis Kelce OVER 0.5 receiving yards’ as a discounted leg of a player prop parlay for Super Bowl 58. It’s basically a free square, as the Chiefs’ star tight end originally had an over/under projection of 72.5 yards.

In addition to this gift of a promo prop, new users will also receive a $20 deposit match bonus.

Translation: sign up for SuperDraft, deposit $20, get an additional $20 bonus, and get the Travis Kelce free play. Bing bang boom.

We will have some difficult decisions to make as bettors between now and 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 11. This isn’t one of them. If you haven’t already, sign up for SuperDraft and go enjoy these fantastic new offers! 

If you’re wondering what to pair the free square prop with on SuperDraft, we got you. 

Check out these two props we think might pique your interest.

Travis Kelce receiving yards  — UNDER 75.5 (SuperDraft)

Kelce has exceeded this mark just once over Kansas City’s past three games and just five times in his 15 regular-season contests. The 49ers surrendered just 48.6 receiving yards per game to the tight end position during the regular season. Take the UNDER here.

Travis Kelce catches — OVER 7 (SuperDraft)

Here’s where we like Kelce to go OVER or at least push. Kelce has accumulated 23 catches over his past three games, he has averaged 7.4 receptions per game during his postseason career, and he’s coming off an epic 11-target, 11-catch AFC title game. Go with the OVER on this one.

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