Sports bettors have spoken – Super Bowl 2024 will not end in a fairy tale engagement for Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce.

FanDuel Sportsbook Canada began offering props on the couple,

with odds on Kelce to propose to Swift opening at +190 for “yes” and -250 for “no.”

The Canadian sports betting market reacted strongly and, well,

swiftly as odds on “No” moved to -3500 within an hour ahead of the Chiefs-49ers showdown.

It is important to note that the maximum bet on this market was $100, so no one is getting rich on these two not getting engaged after less than a year of dating.

But it would appear that the betting public put nearly 100% of their money on “no,” as the initial -250 odds represent a 71.43 implied percent chance the given event transpires.

The move to -3500 is essentially telling you there’s no chance, as a no-vig 97.22 percent outcome probability is one of the longest bettable lines out there.

In order for the bet to win, Kelce must propose and get down on one knee on the field after the game. Any proposal that takes place in the locker room or shortly after will not be graded a win.

For reference, the first quarter to end with an exact score of 2-0 comes in at 30-1 on Circa Sportsbook, nearly the exact no-vig inverse of the current betting odds for Kelce to propose to Swift.

While not impossible, this has never happened in the history of the Super Bowl.

Bettors rushed to FanDuel to wager no ring on Taylor Swift's left finger.

Bettors rushed to FanDuel to wager no ring on Taylor Swift’s left ring finger.Getty Images
Rumors of a potential engagement began when Page Six first reported that Kelce had gone to Swift’s father Scott for his blessing in an engagement.

“Scott has been asked for his blessing and has wholeheartedly given it,” Page Six reported. “Travis has been talking to friends about a ring.”

Kelce and Swift embraced each other in a long kiss on the field after the Chiefs’ upset victory over the Ravens in the AFC Championship game.

Kelce also told Swift, “I love you,” in a video captured by “Inside the NFL.”

The victory was a surprise from a betting perspective as well, as sharp sportsbook Circa saw tons of money fly on the Ravens all week.

“Update for all you non-believers: We need the Kansas City f–king Chiefs for our lungs,” Jeff Benson, Director of Operations for Circa Sportsbook, posted on X. “The lights won’t come on tomorrow if they can’t get inside the number. Send your thoughts and prayers ahead of time.”

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