Super Bowl LVIII Date, Location & Time: When is the Super Bowl in 2024?

The 2024 Super Bowl is right around the corner for fans to enjoy

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After what has been an incredible 2023 season thus far, the Super Bowl is right around the corner and fans can't wait for the big game to arrive. As of this writing, we are in the Divisional Round, with the Ravens and 49ers, the No. 1 seeds in the NFC and AFC, ready for their postseason debuts.

However, other teams, including the Chiefs, Bills and more, are ready to make a statement and prove to the world that they should be taken seriously for this year's title. Having said that, we've got you covered with everything you need to know about the 2024 Super Bowl, as Las Vegas is going to be rockin' all week ahead of what should be an entertaining battle.

When is the Super Bowl this season?

Mark your calendars, folks, as Super Bowl LVIII is set for Sunday, Feb. 11. The Pro Bowl games will be taking place the week prior, going from Feb. 1-4.

What time is the Super Bowl on Feb. 11?

You've got plenty of time to get yourself ready for the game, as kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET. It will be 3:30 p.m. local time for all of you making your way to Sin City.

Where is the Super Bowl this season?

Speaking of Sin City, that's right, this year's edition of the Super Bowl will take place at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders. Vegas is already preparing for a record amount of visitors for Super Bowl Week.

Super Bowl LVIII betting odds

The San Francisco 49ers are currently the Super Bowl betting favorites, holding +175 odds. Right behind them, though, are the Ravens at +270. Should these two end up facing off, it could be a game to remember. However, plenty of stars in the league will hope to prevent that from happening.

Game odds refresh periodically and are subject to change.

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