The Super Bowl LVI matchup is finally set as the Cincinnati Bengals face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, Feb. 13, meaning Super Bowl betting season has officially begun.
Super Bowl Boxes 2022
Even if you don't bet on the Super Bowl's spread, over/under total or try to pick one of the endless amount of props, most people at least buy a box in the Super Bowl pool at their office or favorite local bar.
Below we have included a Super Bowl boxes template and the full rules of how to play.
Super Bowl Boxes Rules
This is probably the most well-known Super Bowl party game. You start off with an empty 10 by 10 grid. One team playing in the Super Bowl is assigned to the columns, and the other is assigned to the rows.
Blank Super Bowl Boxes
Participants will choose a blank box at random, and you continue this process until a name has been assigned to every box. Usually, participants will need to be assigned multiple boxes to ensure every square has a corresponding name.
Once every box is filled, use a random number generator to assign numbers to each column and row. The columns and rows will already have a team name on them. Winners will be determined at the end of each quarter by matching up the last number in a team's score with the corresponding numbers on the grid.
For example, if the first half finished: Bengals, 17, Rams, 13, the participant that has the Bengals' number at seven, and the Rams' number at three, would be the winner.
Printable Super Bowl 2022 Boxes Template
Here's a link to a printable Super Bowl boxes template. Click the hyperlink to the left and select 'Fit to Page' in the print settings to make it easier for you.
If you want to spice things up by adding payouts, the winners of the first three quarters usually get around 20% of the pot for each quarter, while the winner at the end of the fourth quarter takes home the rest (40%).
Printable Super Bowl Boxes PDF
To view, download or print your own Super Bowl LVI boxes as a PDF file, use this link.
How Do Super Bowl Boxes Work?
Playing Super Bowl boxes is like buying a lottery ticket, just with a much greater chance to win. Unfortunately, you don't win millions of dollars, but it's all fun just the same. It provides another point of interest when watching the Super Bowl.
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